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  1. Diplomacy, Disease and Death: A Story of Georgian Slaves in the Gulf

    Dr Mark Hobbs The interception by an East India Company vessel in June 1853, of a Bahrain trading... efforts to impose its Pax Britannica upon ...


  2. People in the Gulf: Native Agents at Sharjah

    on and inform the British authorities of any incidents of slave trading and piracy that he became aware of.... Bahrain; Arabian Coast; Slave ...


  3. 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 ...


  4. Country Profile: Kuwait

    developed into a regional trading and pearling centre and a class of successful merchants emerged. During... developed, the state began to receive ...


  5. Country Profile: Oman

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


  6. 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 ...


  7. Interlocking Patterns Meet Arabic Poetry: Musical Genres in the Upper Gulf Region

    of the Peninsula”. In particular, the extensive pearl-diving and sea trade activities with regions as far as India, Africa and Persia, and ...


  8. The Political Residency, Bushire

    as a factory, in the Gulf from which to conduct trade with Persia. In 1763, it finally established a base which... the East India Company sought ...


  9. Births, Marriages, Deaths: Bahrain’s ‘Order in Council’ in Action

    to which trade in the Gulf is exposed is not merely commercial, but has a distinct political object.... interests having hitherto been predominant, ...


  10. Country Profile: Iraq

    was of strategic and economic importance to Britain due to its location on overland trade routes to Anatolia,... University of California Press, ...


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