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  1. A Brief History of the English East India Company 1600–1858

    powers to the India Office, a department of state. The EIC was finally dissolved on 1 June 1874, after... Margaret Makepeace From its ...


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  2. The Political Residency, Bushire

    in the form of Proceedings or as Enclosures to Letters. During this period, the Foreign Office and India... to report to the Foreign ...


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  3. Foundation of an Empire: The East India Company’s Early Trade in Silk and Wool

    of the Gulf. Since its inception at the start of the seventeenth-century, the English East India Company (EIC)... to procure it. It was a shipment ...


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  4. The Indigo Trade in the Gulf in the Nineteenth Century

    in the Bushire correspondence books of the India Office Records, written in the mid-nineteenth century, indicate... indigenous to many ...


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  5. Crime or Punishment? The Cruel Death of a Sailor at Bushire in 1820

    their officers. ‘Many times a year’ the American missionaries on their way to India noted, ‘this mournful tragedy... should be ...


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  6. Economy in Turmoil: Gulf Trade Hit by Piracy and Famine

    nearly two decades of considerable growth. But by the time he left for India in 1872, only ten years... 81055/vdc_100022698109.0x000042 A list ...


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  7. Bahrain’s Economy: Buffeted between Pearls and Oil

    Political Agency in Bahrain during the period 1925–49. These are contained in the India Office Records... into newly-independent India ...


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  8. How the American Civil War Caused a Boom in Cotton in Persia

    needed to find new sources for their mills, so turned to India to supply their needs. Cudu-pariti, Hortus Indicus Malabaricus, a cotton Plant ...


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  9. Frankincense in Dhofar: An Ancient Trade at the Centre of 19th Century Tensions

    and Al-Bilad for export to India or to Egypt and Palestine by camel in a caravan that would traverse...


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  10. Muscat and the Monsoon

    the routes between Europe and India. The Winds of the Gulf in Imperial Meteorology European mariners were...


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