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Report from Pelly to the Chief Secretary to Government in the Political Department, Bombay, compiled in Bushire 13 April 1863. The report details the tribes, ...58 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/48, ff 1-29 Date(s): 13 Apr 1863
Handwritten report, in Lewis Pelly's handwriting about the history of the Shat el Arab [Shatt al Arab] watercourse from the point where it commences at ...80 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, ff 2-41 Date(s): c 1865
'Visit to Lingah, Kishm and Bunder Abbas by Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, printed article of an account read before the Royal Geographical Society of London 27 Jun 1864'
The account gives details of the route taken through Lingah [Bandar-e-Lengeh], Kishm [Qeshm] and Bunder Abbas [Bandar Abbas] , and provides geographic ...14 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/67, ff 1-7 Date(s): 27 Jun 1864
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
Memorandum regarding the diet of Bedouins in the interior of Nejd [Najd] and contrasting it with that of those in coastal areas. The memorandum focuses ...1 image in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, f 71v Date(s): 1865-1866
Incomplete memorandum, written in pencil, regarding the tribute that Amir Faisaul ibn Turki al Sa'ud of the Wahabees [Wahhabi] pays to the Porte and the ...4 images in record Ref: Mss Eur F126/59, ff 73-74 Date(s): 1865-1866