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Letter asking if Pelly might consider permitting him to join the expedition and offering his drawing and sketching abilities as a service for it. English ...2 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/56, f 3 Date(s): 21 Jan 1865
Letter informing Captain Warner of Edwin Dawes's request to join his expedition to Riyar [Riyadh] and asking if Dawes can be spared. English Latin East ...2 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/56, f 4 2 Date(s): 22 Jan 1865
Letter informing Johnstone that he would not be able to take him to Riyath [Riyadh] and that he may have to travel very lightly or alone in order to make ...1 image in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/56, f 5v Date(s): 6 Feb 1865
Correspondence to and from Lewis Pelly regarding arrangements for and during Lewis Pelly's journey to Riyadh. There are three main types of correspondence ...36 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/56 Date(s): 16 Jan 1865-12 Apr 1865
Letter No.3933 of 1864 from Charles Gonne, Acting Secretary to Government, Bombay to Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf
Letter forwarding some correspondence between the Political Agent, Muscat and the Sultan of Muscat (Thuwaini bin Said Al-Said) for Pelly's information ...2 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/55, f 19 Date(s): 26 Dec 1864-9 Jan 1865
Draft notes, written in faint pencil, giving sections and headings for Lewis Pelly's report on his journey to Riadh [Riyadh]. The notes contain details ...12 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, ff 42-47 Date(s): 1865
Brief notes written by Lewis Pelly, recording the lack of evidence of any practice of ceremonies based on sun or fire worship but highlighting some of ...26 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, ff 48-61 Date(s): c 1865
Two draft copies of a report written by Lewis Pelly of the coastline from Al Katif [Al Qatif] to Koweit [Kuwait] and his journey onwards from there to ...14 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, ff 62-68 Date(s): 1865-1866
Memorandum, written by Lewis Pelly, about Mohammed ibn Saood [Muhammad ibn Sa'ud] who was the first ruler to conquer all of the Nejd [Najd] territory, ...4 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, ff 69-70 Date(s): 1865-1866
Official correspondence between Lewis Pelly and the Political Department, Bombay concerning Pelly's visit to Riyadh.
Official correspondence between Lewis Pelly and the Secretary to Government in the Political Department Bombay, some of which is in draft form regarding ...56 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/55 Date(s): Dec 1864-Mar 1866