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    acquired immediate interest. The correspondence in question, which was between the Foreign Office and British officers in Persia, and took place from 1909 to 1910, was essentially as follows :— Lieutenant ...

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    Government, however, did not feel that it would be prudent to adopt the full suggestions of that officer ...

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    as locally observed.* India Office, There was some further correspondence in June.), 1911. the India Office ... resident in the Persian Gulf. Those officers urged, in effect, that since, so far as Turkey was concerned, ...

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    in the inrercourse which had continually taken place between the Chaab and the East India Company, the tribe had ...

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    desert; and that a robe of office was still furnished by Turkey to the Sheikh of the [2440 c—10] E Sir ...

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    time; but I observed several officers and a number of men ^busily employed at one gun. At length ...

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    frontier" in the skeleton charts in the possession of your Excellency and the Foreign Office; and I do ...

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    31 India Office. June 3, 1911. Part III.— Conclusion. There are two principal points involved ... established usage. The India Office, on reconsideration, supported the views of these Officers in a letter, ... to the corre spondence ending with this Office letter of the 26th August, 1910, and to say that the Earl ...

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    It will be noticed that the India Office admits, in the above letter, that it is somewhat incon venient that Turkey ... * The India Office letter was written before the proposal for a i eference of the Turco-Persian frontier ...

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    apart, and that both are within the limits of the above-mentioned zone. The argument of the India Office ...

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    as wholly consistent. The argument advanced by the India Office that the Mediating Commissioners' line ... instrument alone. It would seem to follow that what I have termed the "zone'' argument in the India Office ...

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    " argument of the India Office letter ; the other argument advanced, that of the status quo, w r iil also ...

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    and also before the Foreign Office, in the absence of telegraphic communication, was aware of the full ...

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    ALWYN PARKER. Foreign Office, April 8, 1912. List of Appendices. (A.)—British assurances to the Sheikh ...

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    good offices and support. The full text of this note is as follows :— Sir A. Hardinge to the Sheikh ...

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    in accordance with our advice, «hall continue to give you our good offices and support. As I have, however, said ...

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    Cox, Lieutenant-Colonel, British Resident in the Persian Gulf. EDWARD PARKES. Foreign Office, April ...

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    not been snch as to induce the Foreign Office to look npon me with favour, and Colonel Williams, afterwards known as Sir Fenwick Williams of Kars, was selected for the office, and Mr. Robert Curzon, the author ...

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    55 APPENDIX (D). Rough Notes mode by General William Monteith, when in Persia, on the ironlier oj lurkey and Persia. [These notes were commnuicated to tlie Foreign Office by the author in a letter dated the 18th February, 1843, and were written during the period of his employment in connection ...

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    the claim to Afohammerah advanced was in 182J in consequence, I believe, of the French officers serving ... to relinquish Bussorah, made some efforts to retain Mohammerah. officer or trader has, I believe, traversed Persian Arabia, or gone direct from Bussorah by Hawiza to Kermanshah. The French officers who served ...

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    * Communicated to the Foreign Office by Colonel Sheil, Iler Majesty's Minister at Tehran, in his despatch No. 41, ...

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    the illuminated. And it promises that all privileges which are befitting the office and commission of the said ...

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    to Lord Bloornfield, (No. 256.) My Lord, Foreign Office, July 12, 1850. THE commissioners appointed ...