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  1. 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
  2. Letter no.164 of 1851 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Commodore J. P. Porter, Commanding Indian Naval Squadron, Persian Gulf

    Covering letter to an enclosure: a translated extract of a letter from Moollah Houssein [Mullā Husayn], the British agent at Sharjah, to Hennell, dated ...

    4 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 ff 18-19  Date(s): 28 May 1851
  3. 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 ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 28  Date(s): 25 Aug 1851
  4. '1851/52 Residency in the Persian Gulf English Correspondence No.7 Slave Trade'

    The file contains correspondence sent to and from the Persian Gulf Residency (the Resident at the time being Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Hennell), concerning ...

    86 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127  Date(s): 21 Jan 1851-31 Dec 1851
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Letter no.231 of 1851 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary to the Government Bombay

    Letter enclosing a translated communication from the British Agent at Sharjah (Mullā Husayn), reporting in detail on the slaves imported into the Arab ...

    6 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 ff 23-25  Date(s): 11 Jul 1851
  9. Letter no.273 of 1851 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary to the Government Bombay

    Covering letter accompanying an extract of correspondence (not included) from Lt Leeds to Commodore Porter, on the reasons for the failure to intercept ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 29  Date(s): 25 Aug 1851
  10. Letter from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary to the Government Bombay

    Hennell writes to Malet that he has requested the inspection by Commodore J. P. Porter of a bugla (boat) flying British colours, which has been detained ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/127 f 3  Date(s): 24 Jan 1851

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