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

    over time, it was initially a matter of textile trading with Persia that first lured them to the shores... time, it was initially a matter of ...


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

    of London merchants, which in 1600 had been granted a royal charter conferring the monopoly of English trade... known as ‘factors’ were left ...


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

    the reliance on good relations between the British Resident and the Persian Authorities. In order for trade... Gulf in 1872, the famine was so ...


  4. The ‘Dreaded’ Death of Karim Khan Zand, Ruler of Persia

    allowed the company to establish a trading post in Bushire in 1763. To the inhabitants of Persia his rule... Khan’s permission and the stability ...


  5. German Interests in the Gulf’s Pearling Industry

    and the Arabian Peninsula, via the steamships that plied their trade from Hamburg and along the railway line being... into tatters after four ...


  6. From Persia to Iran: the Politics of the Change of Name and its Impact on the Oil Concession

    develop, render suitable for trade, carry away and sell natural gas, petroleum, asphalt and ozokerite...


  7. Napoleon’s Agent: Monitoring the Movements of Monsieur Romieu in the East

    trade with Turkey and the eastern Mediterranean), who wrote from Antioch (Antakya) in July 1805...


  8. The Brutal End of Persia’s Zand Dynasty

    in the silks and woollens trade. Unfortunately, Beaumont was to be disappointed as Zaki Khan’s brutal killing...


  9. Home and Away: The Itinerant History of the Hawala Arabs

    as Hawala of the Arab Gulf are concentrated in the cities with the longest histories of trade and migration...


  10. 'Persian Coasting Trade (Communicated by the Board of Trade)'

    Agreement of 1920 and its repercussions on the coasting trade; it highlights how other powers that have treaties with Great Britain have the ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/L/PS/18/B412  Date(s): Oct 1928

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