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    Political Resident and Consul General in the Persian Gulf. T he C hief S ecretary to G overnment, ... and hearsay, concerning the tribes, trade, and resources, around the shore line of the Persian Gulf. 2. As you enter the Gulf, the town of Bunder Abbass, with its adjacent historic Island of Ormuz, lies on your ...

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    of the Gulf; now partially Ramse, ^as-ul-khyma. Shargah and Fasht. commercial; and bound by the terms ... : the English Resident in the Gulf, Ejmaun. tbabee. being mediator and quasi guarantee for the observation ... in its entire length from the Eastward (northerly) to the head of the Persian Gulf, by one fine stream, ...

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    is bounded by flooded land, whether you look towards the Karoon, or towards Mashoor and the Gulf line. It seems that the Towns, in fact, have been built on the margin of the flood; and it is needless to add that as the water subsides, these towns and the pasture lands so opened up to the wandering ...

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    of the Gulf, have become Sheeahs. They are partly persianized also in costume and habits. An old Soonee ... as you cross the head of the Gulf, to hear the Arab apologizing for some illhap, by saying ...

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    And as this is the principal Port in the Gulf, I append the least erroneous, and most detailed statements I have been enabled ...

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    these complications, and presenting a complete statement of the trade in the Persian Gulf, considered as a whole. 48. ...

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    portion of the Imports are subsequently re-exported to other Gulf Ports in a smaller class of seagoing ...

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    of corn. Twice, since I arrived in the Gulf, now four months ago, the export of corn has been interdicted, ... among the principal difficulties in the development of the Persian Gulf trade, must be numbered ... interfered with. . In my opinion any steamer line in the Gulf Trade sliould render itself wholly independent ...

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    But I surmise that, if a regular demand were made known round the Gulf, and payment duly secured, a great ... with (hat of other Ports, would rather decrease than otherwise, under a thorough development of the Gulf ...

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    to a i or. in the Gulf, is no sufficient criterion of the trade of that Port "Bunder Abbass possesses ...

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    and on showing it at Bombay, attention was drawn to the circumstance via the Gulf, and a considerable trade from ... of Mocandon, which leads into the Persian Gulf, lies the island of Gombroon. In the eleventh century an Arabian ...

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    turned his keen commercial eye towards the Gulf; he put his finger on its entrance; preferred ... by an European. 79. My suggestion is, that, in developing the trade of the Persian Gulf, we keep as free as may ... Telegraph, or our coal stations. 80. Before crossing to the other side of the Gulf, it may be well to turn ...

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    Gulf other than Bushire and Bunder Abbass, or. %th. Along some line between the head of the Gulf ... For trade to proceed from any point on the Gulf other than Bushire or Bunder Abbass would involve ...

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    incident to seapassage up the Gulf against the prevailing Xor- Westers. 96. The disadvantages of Bunder ... of Persian and Central Asiatic trade from the Gulf line, I should say that, compared with its area, it must always be small; but that the area for the supply of which the Persian Gulf is the only continuous Ocean ...

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    101. I cross the Gulf to Mussendom. It is on this deeply indented and fantastically outlined cape ... ancient Ally of Muscat; concentrating there our coal and telegraph main stations for the Gulf, together ... the key of the Persian Gulf. As a coal depot it affords calm, and good anchorage, and would save colliers ...

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    are located along the West Coast of the Gulf Eas-nl-Khyma. fiom Eas-ul-khymah to Bahrein, both inclusive. ... ent on portions of the Gulf districts, yet, that the Indian rice is imported, and is piefeiied to all ...

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    and the Persian Ports in the lower part of the Gulf." 112. Colonel Kemball writing in 1845, remarked:— " Upon ... the safety of the Gulf, might be affected by the failure of a single season." Hence ' the anxiety and care ... in morahs. Smaller vessels for Gulf trade from 500 to 1,000 morahs. Pearl Boats. Remarks. Kas-ul-kliyma Eamse ...

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    and something more than this quantity is brought from other part of the Gulf for sale. The imports are mainly ... and the remain der be re-exported to other Ports, in the Gulf. 116. The Chief of Bahrein possesses a greater ... with India. round the Gulf. His 12 Batteels ditto ditto. Marine has been quot- 1000 or 1200 Boats Pearl ...

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    on the lines of the Red Sea, Persian Gulf and Euphrates, must be sufficiently numerous, and possess qualities ... Euro pean management. The Arabian, and perhaps other portions of the Gulf coast line, may be capable ... illustrative of what may be done in the Gulf by common sense applied to the creation of trade, that I shall ...

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    of the North of the Persian Gulf and lower channels of the Shat-ul-Arab. But about 250 years ago, the Busreh ...

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    friends; grapple them. While other States round the Gulf have fallen off from injustice or ill-government, ... this in the remotest corner of the Persian Gulf, what might not we do if we held its key gained the confidence of our ... in my opinion, by no means impossible that Koweit, under an effective de velopment of the Gulf trade, ...

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    is that of Busreh. It does not Class No. 7. fal | wit hin my charge, nor on the Gulf shore, . , , , , unless at one ...

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    loiters for cargo, thus detaining the Gulf, Baghdad and Teheran letters, and trusts to some other steamer ... the map one spontaneously recalls the first lesson of Geometry that the shortest road between two points ... traverses the Persian Gulf. Kur rachee seems to be pointed out by nature as the place where our English Tele ...

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    Persian Gulf. ...