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  1. 'File 18/17 B Series: King's Regulations under the Kuwait Order in Council'

    Notice of King's Regulations under Article 83 of The Kowait Order in Council, 1935 : Special Police Officers' Regulations, dated Bahrein, 23 March 1948; ...

    12 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/313  Date(s): 18 Mar - 23 Mar 1948
  2. 'File 19/191 III (C 56) Bahrain, Persian Claim To'

    This file contains correspondence between British officials in Bahrain, Bushire, India and London regarding Persian goverment's claim of sovereignty over ...

    396 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/358  Date(s): 26 Jan 1932-24 Jan 1935
  3. Extract from a letter from the Honourable the Secret Committee

    The extract refers to a letter from Lord Palmerston (f 17) on the subject of the slave trade carried on from the African dominions of the Sultan of Muscat ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 16  Date(s): 5 Oct 1850
  4. Copy of a letter from Lord Palmerston to the Right Honourable John Hobhouse

    Palmerston writes that he has learnt with satisfaction of the permission granted by the Sultan of Muscat for the British to carry out suppression of the ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 17  Date(s): 18 Sep 1850
  5. Letter no.207 of 1851 from Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Commodore J. P. Porter, Commanding Indian Naval Squadron, Persian Gulf

    Hennell acknowledges receipt of Porter's previous letter, expressing regret that Lt Leeds' report suggests that all the vessels arriving back on the Batinah ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 20  Date(s): 26 Jun 1851
  6. Letter no.229 of 1851 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Lt-Col Justin Sheil, Her Majesty's Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Extraordinary at the Council of Persia

    Hennell informs Sheil that amongst those vessels deployed in the slave trade by inhabitants of the Arab coast, was a bugla [boat] from a Persian port ('Mogoo'), ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 22  Date(s): 9 Jul 1851
  7. Letter no.431 of 1851 from Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary to the Government Bombay, to Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf

    Acknowledging receipt of Hennell's previous letters concerning the slave trade, Malet expresses regret that arrangements had not been made earlier for ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 26  Date(s): 29 Sep 1851
  8. Letter no.48 of 1851 from John Taylor, Agent at Basra, to Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf

    Taylor reports that a number of boats from Soor [Sur] and Muscat, have tried to land 50 to 60 slaves in the region, first at Mohammerah [Khorramshahr], ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 30  Date(s): 16 Sep 1851
  9. Letter no.313 of 1851 from Major Atkins Hamerton, Her Majesty's Consul and Honourable Company's Agent in the dominions of His Highness the Imam of Muscat, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary ...

    Letter relating to Indian subjects involved in the slave trade between East Africa and Muscat. Hamerton states that the involvement of native Indians (Banians) ...

    4 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 ff 36-37  Date(s): 29 Aug 1851
  10. Extract from a despatch from the Honourable the Secret Committee, along with an extract of a letter from Lord Palmerston to Lt-Col Justin Sheil, Her Majesty's Minister Plenipotentiary ...

    Palmerston's letter instructs Sheil to make arrangements with the Persian Government for Persian officers to be placed with Her Majesty's and East India ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 42  Date(s): 6 Nov 1851

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