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  1. George Barnes Brucks and the First English Survey of the Gulf

    and to root out the slave trade’. Guy’s retirement partway through the expedition saw Brucks assume command... in total as well as a number ...

  2. Report No.67 of 1863 detailing the tribes, trades and resources of the Gulf Littoral

    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
  3. Report No.67 of 1863 by Pelly on the tribes, trade and resources of the Gulf littoral; with related statements, maps and appendices

    Political Department report No. 67 of 1863 from Lewis Pelly to the Chief Secretary to Government, Bombay, giving specific details based on his personal ...

    80 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/48  Date(s): 1863-1864
  4. '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
  5. Minute by Sir Bartle Frere, Governor of Bombay, on the power of the Wahabees in Central Arabia

    to British interests including the reviving of piracy, impeding trade and their interference with telegraphic...

    4 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/63  Date(s): 09 Oct 1865
  6. Journal of Lewis Pelly's official journey overland from Persia to India through Afghanistan including Mashhad, Herat and Kabul.

    on the local ruler and his allegiances, observations on trade and agriculture, with particular interest paid...

    90 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/30  Date(s): 15 Sep-16 Nov 1860