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    to Koweit and it looks as though through some error there had been failure to give the Sheikh notice ... it clear to the Sheikh that he had nothing to lose by entering into such a conference. On the other hand, ...

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    l to you on 5th October under our printed letter P.Z.6183/34) it appears that the Sheikh ... 2 of Ogilvie-Fortes’ telegram that the Sheikh is on very strong ground legally and internationally in this question. ... on the ground that the reception given by the Sheikh to the delegates to the recent informal conference had been ...

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    suggesting means for arriving at agreeable scheme of co-operation between Iraq Government and Sheikh ... as they are and if Sheikh refuses to co-operate . session of smuggling tnrough his territory Iraq Government -under pressure ...

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    the »«»etUUo»« r Hie *i4eaty , s ere In any twit outer an obligeU ob to protest the sheikh agein^t Iraqi ...

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    but that the Sheikh, an the other hand. had by his obstructive tactics put himself in a position in which ...

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    by hia imaginary dialogue between Ibn Send end the Sheikh what a power of attraction or pressure Saudi ... discussion between the Sheikh and the King of Iraq, would further the solution of the smuggling problem. ... occurred when the Sheikh visited Bagdad in 1938. It might ©Iso, like the previous visit, give rise ...

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    if the Sheikh could be eliminated. 6. Mr. Rend.el therefore suggested that the Sheikh should be informed ... to help him in solving the smuggling problem. The sheikh should be told that, if he refused to agree ... Majesty’s Government could not in fact afford to abandon Kowelt, and the Sheikh mist know this. On the other ...

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    to tighten up their hold Sheikh. a * -^f^Mthwaite agreed that the position was one of difficulty and that the Sheikh had not been very co-operative• un the other hand# ... themselves at the moment in an unsatisfactory position# since it was always open to the Sheikh to reply ...

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    accepted, by Sir Francis Huaphryo* But it went without saying that if the Sheikh proved obstinate ... and Koweit* It was relevant t too* that while it would no doubt be recognised In Howe it that the Sheikh ... on the Koveit-Iraq frontier warn quite inadequate* The Sheikh had already made proposal© which, if accepted (and ...

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    tih- 1 ® objections to the ost& b 11 oJujieiit, of* 0 ssseXX pi^eventlvo ■organisation by Xra^ ... But if the Sheikh was prepared to accept e Director of Customs 9 there seemed ho reason why a system of manifests ... ask Colonel Powle for his opinion aa to the Sheikh 1 ® probable reaction to such a proposal. Dr. ...

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    Note for P.R 4^ Sheikh wishes appeal to go to Viceroy on following lines:- (1) • In olden days ... with dishonour. Therefore with deep regret Sheikh * was forced to decide in favour of being blockaded. All he ... surrendered to Iraq and so become a vassal of her£ (c) He, Sheikh, would be a looked upon as a traitor by his ...

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    transit dues, both $ the Sheikh and H.M.G had refused as it would have been interpretted as placing ) Kuwait under the control of Nejd-.Sheikh had now under pressure of H.M.G, accepted a Christian Director ... and notables- all would desert the ^heikh and "Hajir^". ed (7J• The Sheikh therefore appeal^ to the Viceroy ...