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  1. The Mobility of Merchants in the Pursuit of Profit: The English Withdraw from Bushire

    safeguard the EIC’s trade and privileges in the region were put to the Khan in Shiraz. If they were... be seen in today’s multinational corporations ...


  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. The Coming of the Wireless Telegraph to Bahrain

    and official communications. Commerce and Trade: The Telegraph as an ‘Inestimable Boon’ In view of Britain’s... of communication was vital ...


  4. A Close Relationship: Britain and Oman since 1750

    influence to an important trading and strategic partner today. Composed of a range of mountains... to the mountainous interior, and in doing ...


  5. Legal Business: The Judicial Aspects of British Rule in the Gulf

    and shipping trade. Britain also took close note of the movements of Russian and French Government agents... Police Officers’ Regulations. ...


  6. Muscat and the Monsoon

    the centuries. Before the era of steamships, a hugely significant factor affecting life and trade in this region... and Indian Ocean area for ...


  7. Between Freedom and Slavery: The Employment of Runaway Slaves in the Indian Navy

    underline one aspect of the legacy of the Indian Ocean slave trade which was, arguably, at its peak during... at the hands of local authorities. ...


  8. 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 ...


  9. The British in the Gulf: an Overview

    region, which began in the seventeenth century, was driven by the development of trade and commercial... to political rule enforced by its own ...


  10. Country Profile: Oman

    salute, for example – Britain simultaneously cut off two lucrative sources of revenue, the trade in slaves... of Relations Between Britain ...


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