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  1. How the American Civil War Caused a Boom in Cotton in Persia

    of the Gulf littoral; with related statements, maps and appendices’. Mss Eur F126/48 ... cotton growth had a cascade effect around ...


  2. Economy in Turmoil: Gulf Trade Hit by Piracy and Famine

    Karen Stapley Lewis Pelly, Political Resident in the Persian Gulf 1862–72, witnessed rapid... When Lewis Pelly arrived in Bushire as Britain’s ...


  3. The Political Residency, Bushire

    Office took an increasing interest in the politics of the Gulf. 81055/vdc_100023277818.0x000001 Map... as a factory, in the Gulf ...


  4. The Indigo Trade in the Gulf in the Nineteenth Century

    and loss of enough indigo to supply the entire Gulf region for a year. Human civilisation has manufactured... the importance of indigo to Britain ...


  5. Muscat and the Monsoon

    Dr Francis Owtram The environment has greatly influenced life in the Gulf and Indian Ocean over... were the winds of the Indian Ocean monsoon. ...


  6. Foundation of an Empire: The East India Company’s Early Trade in Silk and Wool

    John Hayhurst While Britain’s more distinct political and strategic interests in the Gulf grew... of the Gulf. Since its inception ...


  7. A Brief History of the English East India Company 1600–1858

    emerged as a powerful commercial and political organisation, whose presence in the Gulf helped shape... shareholders received compensation from ...


  8. Frankincense in Dhofar: An Ancient Trade at the Centre of 19th Century Tensions

    Dhofar and compiled a report for the Political Resident in the Persian Gulf in which he commented...


  9. Bahrain’s Economy: Buffeted between Pearls and Oil

    in the Gulf. This threat to the traditional way of harvesting pearls was compounded after the global crash...


  10. Crime or Punishment? The Cruel Death of a Sailor at Bushire in 1820

    which visit the Gulf is too often what it ought not to be towards their crews.’...


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