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    was was to settle a debt, see friends and get present from Sheikh. Both Sheikh and Bln Sdud’s Agent A1 Nafisi ... Sheikh. Political. ...

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    AND THE SHEIKH OF KOWEITo The following were present at the meeting: Mr. G.W. Rendel, (in the Chair) ( ( Foreign ... Appendix A). MR. RENDEL outlined the present political situation of Koweit. The Sheikh was tied to His ... to maintain tueir present treaty relationship with the Sheikh„ MR. LAITHWAITE/ ...

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    that "the town of Sheikh Mobarak-us- 3uba, Buler of Koweit, and to his ... of intervention from outsido it was in fact jeessary to give the Sheikh, at cur discretion, and on ir own terms, ... and i Qatar and along the Trucial Coast it would probably rouse apprehensions.. • » ...

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    6. apprehensioos and might even cause the local Sheikhs to turn away from Ilia Majesty’s Government and consider suh- ml thing themselves to Persia or to Ibn Baud. (c) Tiie basis of His Majosty^s Government's ... to the Sheikh for certain undertakings in regard to air facilities in his Sheikhdom, one result of which wosrid ...

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    The Sheikh would certainly be unwilling to agree to the sheikhdom becoming a formal protectorate, and prima ... on suitable opportunities, to try to tighten up our control over the Sheikh. On being questioned whether he did not consider that our restricted nosition vis-a-vis of the Sheikh in regard to the Koweit oil ...

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    pressure on a Sheikh who was abusing his position, once it became necessary to do so. The case for early ... Powers from dealing direct with the sheikh. Ibn Saud had certainly been informed of the special relations existing between the Sheikh and His Majesty's Government. Speaking generally, he added that infact little ...

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    Such a declaration might well frighten the Sheikhs of Bahrain and of the Trucial Coast and do more harm than good,. ... Majesty's Government to direct correspondence on business matters between the Sheikh and Ibn Saud, This, ... that Ibn Saud should writs to us rather than to the Sheikh. What was desirable was that ...

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    the Sheikh's interests in any given dispute, MR, LAITHWAITE said that the explanation of the system of direct correspondence between the Sheikh and Ibn Saud was, he thought, that it dated from a time when the latter ... to take too strict a view of correspondence between Sheikh and Sheikh, That position was now changed, ...

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    the Sheikh in the sense that we noted that his private correspondence with Ihn importance and tell ... of such incidents as the letter in which Ihn Baud had recently tried to detach the Sheikh of Kuweit from his ... with regard to Koweit c The meeting then discussed what point in the corres pondence between the Sheikh ...

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    for the proposed representations to the Sheikh and Ibn Baud would be Ibn Baud's letter suggesting terms for the settlement of the Saudi blockade of Koweit and warning the Sheikh against His Majesty’s Government ... revert to the Sheikh's proposal that Ibn Saud should have customs posts at a given place along ...

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    increasingly emphasize the closeness of their relations with the Sheikh 0 (2) That the Sheikh sho’ald be told ...

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    tolerate direct correspondence on business subjects between him and the Sheikh of Koweit. He might think that they would not react over strongly if he and the Sheikh confronted them with the fait accompli of a political ... between the rulers, notably the Sheikh's visit to Riadh in 1952, the secret messages brought by Ibn Sand’s ...

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    une embargo on trade but the embargo on trade has not aesxroyeu tne Sheikh's ostensible friendliness ... point of my theory or speculation is that, n wie Sheikh of Aowait were at all willing to be "..sirized", ...

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    not know enough about the Sheikh f Koweit to judge what his reaction to it would be but many n Arab, ...

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    THE SHEIKH OP KOWSlT. ,.6535/33. A. Nature oi the undert ak ings p-iven . By the Agreement of 25rd. January 1699 His Majesty’s Government formally assured the Sheikh ‘'of the good offices of the British ... and faithfully observe the conditions of the said Bond", under which the Sheikh had pledged himself, his heirs ...

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    5. The undertakings given in writing to the sheikh on 3rd November 1914 in return for hi Turks ... principality under British protection.^ Construction of the unde r takings given to the’ Sheikh ." 4. As will be seen, the engagements entered into by His majesty's Government with the Sheikh are in rather general ...

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    of/ ... outskirts over which the Sheikh has rights of one sort or another...We might it seems to me explain (1) to the Porte (3) to the Sheikh, and (3) to the foreign Powers immediately interested the objects of our policy. ...

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    of India whether the definition in question of Koweit territory had been communicated to the sheikh ... to the Sheikh which took place in 1911 and which are summarised in paragraphs 9 to 12 below, appear to have ... obligations extend to the limits of the .Sheikh's territory, (2) these limits, to the best of our knowledge, ...

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    their "good offices 5 ’ in the Sheikh’s favour. But the term ’’good offices” is a very vague one, which H.M.G. ... It would, however, in His Lordship’s opinion, be very impolitic to attempt, in dealing with the Sheikh ... that these obligations extend to tne whole territory of the Sheikh as described in the passage of Lorimer’s Gazetteer ...

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    of 1699 with a note that H.M.il.had subsequently informed the Sheikh that so long as he and his heirs ... obligations extern to the whole of the Sheikh’s territory as described in Lorimer’s Gazetteer, would ... therefore suggest that the formula should run: "As regards No.l, H.M.G. have informed the Sheikh of Koweit ...

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    suggested that on a strict )ara/ reading our liability could be confined to the protection I, 1 of/ ... of responsibility for the protection of the principality as a whole. 14. On the death of Sheikh Mobarak his eldest ... father." A similar assurance was given on Sheikh Jabir’s death in 1917 to his brother and successor, Sheikh ...

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    of the Sheikh; (b) secondly, subject to this reservation, we are committed to "good offices' 5 in respect ... pro mi sed "that the town of Koweit and its boundaries" "belong to " the heirs of Sheikh liobarak; ... brought to notice the continued e: istence of ohe yf / obligations of the Sheikh in regard uo Customs ...

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    of the rulers of (Qatar) ed in same articles of Treaty of Jedda. They wish to remind Saudi Government ... with his own premature arrangements with prospective concessionaries. As regards Qatar it would produce ...

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    corner of Kuwait Neutral ZoneTto Qatar "as 350 miles. My telegram No.47 Chapter on Boundaries of Saudi ...

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    Govmifflent now hftd two alternative, (*} to l*t thiat:., drop, (bi to approach the Sheikh again on the line;. '** nre no* going to approach Ibn Onut once moro. *3e you wish to raise your war claims again? If not, " »Uft coaaider thea drooped*. Mr. Laithwaite »m8»*tad th-Rt it was ve y dfatrr.blr*, in view ...

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    that was to some extent a safeguard. The Sheikh was perhaps likely to toe more careful than in the past as a result ... Earner suggested that a somewhat better control might be achieved If the sheikh’s recent assurances ...

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    7576/34. Foreign Office,S. *1 10th i)eeember ,1934. De&r Chmicery, You may be glad to know that the Sheikh Hafiz ahba, the Saudi Arabian Minister in London, intends to spend about a week in Bagdad on his way to Saudi Arabia on leaye. e cannot say exactly when he will be in Bagdad, but he told Hendel he ...

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    extremity of A^AL thence due southwards via (but to west of) B.-.NIYAN to parallel 20 degrees North whence ... east of SAKAK (but leaving that place to Saudi ^Arabia) thence (leaving to qatar and Abu Dhaoi a strip ...

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    to mattere affecting foreign relatione of Qatar and rucial Ehailthdoma, that position which is result ...