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  1. Letter no.978 of 1855 from Henry Anderson, Secretary to the Government of Bombay, to Captain Arnold Kemball, Resident in the Persian Gulf

    The letter is an acknowledgement of receipt of Kemball’s earlier letter relating to maps of the Oman coast between Musandam and Ra's al Ḥadd, and further ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/143, f 297  Date(s): 28 Feb 1855
  2. Printed letter No.73 of 1864 from Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, H.B.M's Political Resident Persian Gulf, Bushire to Charles Gonne, Acting Secretary to Government at Bombay

    Report by Pelly of his travels from Bunder Abbass [Bandar Abbas] to Cape Jashk [Jask], via Minow [Minab], to view the shorelines and local inhabitants ...

    22 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/37, ff 43-53  Date(s): 31 Dec 1864
  3. Copy of letter No. 10 of 1873 from Colonel Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, at Simla to The Assistant Surveyor General, Calcutta

    Letter returning a signed receipt for maps of Rajpootana [Rajasthan] and Central India which Pelly had received from their office 1 May 1873. English Latin ...

    2 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/39, f 63  Date(s): 22 May 1873
  4. Letter from Edward Weller to Pelly regarding a map for submission with an article in the Royal Geographical Society journal

    Mr Weller requests that Pelly mark the places mentioned in his article on the map, encloses additional prints of the map which Pelly had requested and ...

    4 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/64, ff 2-3  Date(s): 04 Sep 1865
  5. Letter No. 23 of 1866 from Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, Bombay to Charles Gonne, Secretary to Government, Political Department, Bombay

    Letter regarding the delay in sending the Government a copy of his report on his journey to Ryadh [Riyadh] owing to work pressures; offers of assistance ...

    2 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/38, f 52  Date(s): 28 Mar 1866
  6. Letter from Oliver St. John, Shiraz to Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, Bushire

    Letter regarding a forthcoming trip to Teheran [Tehran], a recommended route to take and a map of the route (which is not included with the letter). The ...

    4 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/45, ff 2-3  Date(s): c 1865
  7. Letter no.390 of 1854 from Captain Arnold Kemball, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Henry Anderson, Secretary to the Government of Bombay

    The letter relates to a navigation chart of the Arab coast, which Kemball has received from Lieutenant Ferguson, the draughtsman of the Indian Navy. Kemball ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/143, f 296  Date(s): 20 Nov 1854
  8. Printed letter No.6 from Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, Acting Political Resident Persian Gulf, Bushire to William Henry Havelock, the Officiating Secretary to Government, Bombay

    Second copy of a report by Pelly on his travels to Lingah [Bandar-e-Lengeh], Bassidore, the Island of Kishm [Qeshm], Khumeer [Khamīr], Bunder Abbass [Bandar ...

    20 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/37, ff 18-27  Date(s): 16 Jan 1864
  9. Printed letter No.54 of 1863 from Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, Acting Political Resident, Persian Gulf, Bushire to the Chief Secretary to Government, in the Political Department, Bombay

    Letter from Pelly providing further information to the Government in Bombay on the manner in which the territories and interests of Muscat are interlaced ...

    2 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/37, f 3  Date(s): 20 Feb 1863
  10. Printed letter No.6 of 1864 from Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, Acting Political Resident Persian Gulf, Bushire to William Henry Havelock, the Officiating Secretary to Government, Bombay

    Report by Pelly on his travels to Lingah [Bandar-e-Lengeh], Bassidore, the Island of Kishm [Qeshm], Khumeer [Khamīr], Bunder Abbass [Bandar Abbas] and ...

    20 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/37, ff 8-17  Date(s): 16 Jan 1864

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