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    is an independent potentate who has commercial treaties with the Governments of France (1844) and the United States ... of Zanzibar). Under his treaty relations with His Majesty’s Government, a precis of which is contained ...

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    trade in arms at Muscat. The fact that the Sultan had commercial treaties not only with His Majesty’s ... of the United States of America and Holland, was not prepared to sacrifice its treaty rights provided other Treaty .Powers did the same, made it extremely difficult to take effective steps to this end. 10. ...

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    was not a party to the French Treaty of 1844 with Muscat, under which the arms trade was permissible, further ... the regulations, which, they stated, in their view did not infringe French treaty rights, but merely regulated ... and immunities secured under the Treaty between 4ranee and Muscat of 1844, in so far as those privileges ...

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    and the maintenance of his treaty obligations, and that subject to this he might prefei an absolute claim. I he arms ... of a Muscat Levy Corps, and his agreement to conclude no further treaties with foreign Powers without ...

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    It may be recorded for •convenience at this point that the Commercial Treaty of 1891, which had been ...

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    local interest in view of the Sultan’s international treaties, rendered the proposal inopportune. Lord ... and the existence of treaties between Muscat and France and the F.S.A., fixing that duty at 5 per cent., made action ...

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    of the period now under consideration, the existence of treaty relations between France and Muscat was, ... not involve the abrogation of the French Treaty with Muscat of 1844, or of the Anglo-French Declaration ... Treaties referred to in para. 2 above, the Sultan of Muscat has a Commercial Treaty with France dating from ...

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    Its existence, taken with the existence of the Treaty of 1814, was responsible for the difficulty ... of the Declaration of 1862 and possibly of the Treaty of 1844. Suffice it to say that it proved impracticable ...

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    of the Treaty of 1814, is an assurance to the Sultan, the value of which was certainly fully ... of America, despite their Treaty of 1833 with Muscat, appear in practice to have no relations of any ... as in the case of France, the guarantees embodied in the Treaty of 1833 would make it impossible for the Sultan ...

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    be admitted by His .Majesty s Government. Hie fact that Muscat h in treaty relations of long standing, not only with His Majesty s Government but with other first-class Powers, and that those treaty relations ... by treaty to the exercise of power or authority by His Majesty. (e) Muscat subjects and foreigners, other ...

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    be maintained. At the same time, so long as the treaties at present in force between the Sultan ...