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    Government, March 1892 . . 786 HISTORY OF QATAR 787 HISTORY OF BAHRAIN 836 CHAPTER VI. CHAPTER VII. Annexure ...

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    of the ruling Al Thani (Ma'adhid) family of Dohah in Qatar Table of the ruling Al Khalifah ('Atbi) family ...

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    'Oman. Rise of the Hinawiyah and Ghafiriyah factions in 'Oman (ii) Trucial 'Oman (nt) Qatar and Bahrain. ...

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    in Qatar . • C. General affairs and British interests after the retirement of the Persians from Basrah, ...

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    of Hijaz including Makkah and Madinah, portions of Yaman, part of Syria, and the whole of Hasa, Qatar, Bahrain and Trucial 'Oman .......... (it) Wahhabis driven from Qatar and Bahrain by Sultan of 'Oman ...

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    in 1878 along coast of Hasa and Qatar, and difficulties with the Turks (u) Agreement in 1879 among Shaikhs ...

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    to Qatar. Shaikh of Dohah compelled to admit British traders .......... (Hi) Attack by rebels on Masqat ...

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    1884-1888 {Continued in Period XV, heading D.) (t) Troubles Indian traders settled at Dohah in Qatar (ii) ...

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    of 1891 . (ii) Trucial 'Oman . (iii) Qatar fa) Shaikhs of Qatar in 1898 intimated their willingness ...

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    of Britain over Trucial 'Oman was brought to notice of France and Persia ....... (m) Qatar— (а) Turkish ... Overtures in 1900 by Shaikh of Qatar for agreement with Britain refused .... (iv) Bahrain- fa) ...

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    the Proximity of Turkish jurisdiction . .... ^ Piracies off Qatar, Hasa and in the Shatt-al-'Arab («) The "arms ...

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    of Lingeh, 17th November 1809 (in) Capture of T^aft, 28th November 1809 (iv) Question of the Qatar pirates ...

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    Ixi B. Affairs during ascendency of Rahmah-bin -Jabir in Qatar, 1783-1816 (i) Settlement in 1/83 of Hahiuah-biu-Jabir of the Jalahiinali section at Khor Hassan and his rise to chief power in Qatar {ii) British ... Expulsion of the Wahhabis from Qatar in 1811, destruction of Zubarah and transfer by Rahmah of his ...

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    chapter iv. qatar. PERIOD II. 1871—1893. Ixii (a) Turks were accompanied by Shaikh of Kuwait (it) Shaikh Jasim-bin-Muhammad-bin-Thani appointed Qaim-Maqam of Qatar by the Turks, 187G ....... (in) ... for Zubarah and 'Odaid, 1890 B. British relations with Qatar, 1872-1893 . , . . (Continued in Period 111, ...

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    General history, 1893-1907 ...... 821. (t) Administrative position in Qatar in 1905 ..... 825 (it) ... 1893-1907 827 (t) Question of the status of Qatar, 1893 ..... 827 (ii) Question of British war vessels at Dohah and British liberty of action in Qatar, 1893 ....... 827 (w) His Majesty's Government observed ...

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    other Qatar tribes ..... PERIOD II. 1783-1829. From foundation or the Bahrain Shaikhdom in 1783 to thiud ... in charge of administration of Bahrain, Hasa and Qatar and tribute paid through him, 1810-1811 . (n) Bahrain ... and Rahmah-bin-J abir of the Jalahimah of Qatar .... (u>) Second (but unsuccessful) attack on Bahrain by Oman, 1816 ...

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    by Bahrain, 1833, and Tarut Island captured, 1834 ....... (in) Rebellion in Qatar, 1S35 ... * ... {iv) ...

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    of his Qatar possession ; . 892 (h) (Tovernment of India enunciate opinion in 1867 that Shaikh ... to Qatar ..... 892 (xii) Treacherous attack by Shaikh Muhammad of Bahrain and the Shaikh of Abu Dhabi ...

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    Bahrain possessions in Qatar. Claim to sovereignty by Shaikh of Bahrain over possessions on main land ...

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    1880 . (Hi) Final " Exclusive Agreement," 13th March 1892 F. Attempted invasion of Bahrain from Qatar ...

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    ......... 947 (iv) Capture of Qatlf by the Wahhabis, 1800 ..... 948 (v) Bahrain, Qatlf, and Qatar formed ...

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    in Hasa and British representations to Porte, 1900-1904 . (it) Relations with Qatar and Trucial 'Oman ... with the Dutch, 1758 (nt) Emigration of the Jalahimah and Al Khalifah to Zubarah in Qatars, 1766 . Page. 986 987 ...

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    interested, they obtained in 1763 a third part of the revenues of the island. Of Qatar nothing is heard during ... and 3 766 maintained friendly relations, Sultanate 'Oman. of Trucial O'mau. Qatar and Bahrain. Kuwait ...

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    already existed, but its 'Atbi inhabitants were not prominent in Gulf affairs; Zubarah in Qatar did ...

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    11,7 Zubavah m Qatar. The trade and general growth of both Arab seaports »"•«' part, of were strongly stimulated by these events ; and the effect upon Zubarah, m particular, v T as so marked that the attention of the Persians was ,7™™ attracted to it; and in 1777 and the following years they tried, ...

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    Most of. her officers and crew were barbarously put to death, while the wife of Lieutenant Taylor, ... committed by Rahmah-bin-Jabir, an 'Atbi freebooter of Qatar, but he showed remarkable prudence in abstaining ...

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    185 the Gulf in Aprils after operations against Rahmah-bin-Jabir of Qatar, suggested by the British Resident at Busliehr, had been disallowed by the Government of India. No formal admission of defeat or written engage ment for future good conduct was obtained from the piratical tribes; and the real work ...

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    their occasional efforts for its reduction; but Hasa, Qatar and Bahrain had fallen entirely under their sway ...

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    Before the end of the year Qatar and Bahrain, attacked by the Saiyid of 'Oman, were evacuated ...

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    IS:.' 193 which remained almost continuously at war with both. In 1811 Saiyid Sa^id took an active part in compelling the Wahhabis to relinquish their hold on Qatar and Bahrain ; and the Wahhabi governor stationed in Bahrain was at the same time actually made a prisoner by him, or by his allies the A1 ...

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    the Arabian littoral, visiting the chief ports of the Pirate Coast, Qatar and Bahrain, ...

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    of a serious character in which the culprits escaped punishment altogether. In 1 \.7 some tribesmen of Qatar ...

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    210 Attack by the Sultan of 'Oman upon Baliraiu anil resulting disturbances at sea in the Persian Gulf. 1828-29. Rebellion in Qatar against the authority of the Shaikh of Bahrain, 1835. The first ... was considerably endangered occurred in 1835, when the people of Huwailah in Qatar, then a dependency of Bahrain, ...

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    as far as the promontory of Qatar when, in February jij1823, his place was taken by Lieutenant G. B. ...

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    threats, against that principality ; but the Turkish flag was hoisted at Dohah in Qatar, a Turkish military ...

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    and Wakrah in Qatar, places then dependent on the principality of Bahrain. The two towns were wholly ... of the deceased Shaikh. In 1869 the Wahhabis, who had abstained from interference in the events in Qatar ...

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    Dockyard. The great disturbance of the peace Avhich occurred on the coast of 1867-68 Qatar in October 1867 ...

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    252 Persian Gulf in 1871 to make a survey of Bahrain and Qatar waters, apparently under the auspices of the Government of Bombay; and in 1872-78 operations were in progress in those seas. British policy and official matters in the Persian Gulf, 1862-73- The period was one of great economic ...

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    in the long run. The Residency at Bushire might be sold or disposed of, as Government please. All that would ... I think, Ras Sheikh, which slopes up in tongue-like shape to the height of 1,000 feet, with good water ...

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    : property of British subjects 2,100* Krs. Translated purport of a letter from the Chief of Mogoo, to Sheikh ...

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    263 They are 30 fannhes vending at Ki,hm, but owing to lad treatment thev wished to leave and return to the.r country, but the Sheikh of Ki s hm prevented them Be. Rest dent w.I] arrange to get permission for them to leave Kishm, ae they are British sub- jects, and do not wish to remain any longer ...

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    only. Turkish intrigues with 'Odaid on the border of Qatar, but situated m Trucial 'Oman, began; ...

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    for protection against attack from without. In 1874 a Bedouin invasion of Bahrain from Qatar was threatened, ...

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    side of the Persian Gulf. The capture of Zubarah in Qatar by hostile tribes in 1878 deprived the Shaikh ...

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    An outbreak of piracy occurred in the waters adjoining the coasts of Hasa and Qatar in 1878 and rapidly ...

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    under his leadership upon the coast of Qatar, but was unable to obtain boats in which to cross over ... Government. In 188"Z the Shaikh of Dohah, whom the Turks had appointed to govern Qatar in their name, but whose position as a Turkish official was not recognised by the British Government, Qatar being ...

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    Persia, came into direct dispute between t e "Wali^of Basrah and the,Shaikh of Muhammareh in 1884. ... Tarkish Iraq. Central Arabia. Shalhah Is land dispute, 1884. Construction 290 but without success, and Persian machinations seem to have been on foot even with reference to Qatar and Bahrain. The crop ...

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    chiefly to misconduct on the part of the principal Shaikh of Qatar, but it was intensified by Turkish ... to entertain on the ground that they did not recognise the existence of any Turkish rights in Qatar. In 1887-88 ... having revived his claim to 28 a llltreatment of British Indian subjects in Qatar, 1886-1887. Turkish ...

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    of hostilities which had long been in progress between the Shaikh of Qatar and the Shaikh of Abu Dhabi, a son ... by the Shaikh of Qatar and the Amir of Northern Najd under Turkish auspices was apprehended; but, though some ...

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    of Qatar on the Arabian side of the Gulf ; but no cognisance was taken of it by the Persian Government, ...

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