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  1. Supplement to the Gazette of India containing copies of correspondence relating to operations at Bahrain

    The printed supplement, dated 22 January 1870, contains copies of despatches between Lewis Pelly and the Government of Bombay as well as copies of Pelly's ...

    10 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/41  Date(s): 22 Jan 1870-20 Mar 1870
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  2. Economy in Turmoil: Gulf Trade Hit by Piracy and Famine

    81055/vdc_100000001524.0x0003b1 Text:  London, British Library, ‘Letter book of official letters from Lewis Pelly chiefly... ...


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  3. Letter book of official letters from Lewis Pelly chiefly to the Political Department, Bombay

    The correspondence contained in the letter book relates primarily to affairs in Muscat from 1866 to 1868 during which time the Sultan of Muscat, Thuwaini ...

    372 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/38  Date(s): 24 Nov 1865-24 Apr 1869
  4. Manuscript copies of correspondence between Pelly and the Political Department, Bombay.

    Copies of official correspondence to and from Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf; Charles Gonne, Secretary to the Government of Bombay; ...

    146 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/40  Date(s): 3 Dec 1864-8 Jul 1872
  5. Letter book of copy letters from Pelly to colleagues in Bombay and the Gulf.

    The letterbook contains copies of letters from Lewis Pelly to colleagues in the Persian Gulf, India and England, on a number of subjects relating to the ...

    392 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/43  Date(s): 1865-1869
  6. Drafts of letters and memoranda on Gulf affairs

    The letters and memos give details of Pelly's duties and responsibilities as the Resident in the Persian Gulf. Information given includes indications of ...

    58 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/36  Date(s): 1860s