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  1. '1851/52 Residency in the Persian Gulf English Correspondence No.7 Slave Trade'

    and treaties for the suppression of the slave trade and the use of native interpreters on British ships. ...

    86 images in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 Date(s): 21 Jan 1851-31 Dec 1851
  2. Letter no.103 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 writes of his frustrations of Persia not being a signatory to any maritime slave trade suppression treaties with Great Britain, offering his own remarks on the subject to Sheil. He states that the best option for preventing slaves reaching Persia is to cut off the supply from Zanzibar and Muscat, ...

    4 images in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 ff 4-5 Date(s): 9 Apr 1851
  3. Letter no.211 of 1851 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary to the Government of Bombay

    vessels to and from Zanzibar. Hennell notes that the existing maritime treaties between the Arab coast ...

    2 images in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 21 Date(s): 28 Jun 1851
  4. Letter no.272 of 1851 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Commodore J. P. Porter, Commanding Indian Naval Squadron, Persian Gulf

    Hennell writes in reference to Lt Leeds' letter which reports of two slaves being taken on board the Honourable Company's schooner Constance . Hennell writes that, under the maritime treaties signed with the Arab rulers, there is no authority to interfere with slaves boarding ships, ...

    2 images in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 28 Date(s): 25 Aug 1851