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  1. Divers are a Pearl’s Best Friend: Pearl Diving in the Gulf 1840s–1930s

    were traded to India, Persia and the Ottoman Empire, and further afield to Europe and North America,... By the second half of the nineteenth ...


  2. The Political Agency, Bahrain: Inside the Organisation that Ran Britain's Interests in Bahrain

    for the establishment of factories in the Gulf to facilitate trade with Persia. In the eighteenth century occasional proposals to establish representation ...


  3. Country Profile: Qatar

    was one of the most important trading posts in the Gulf during the eighteenth century....


  4. Mombasa: Britain’s Shortest-Lived Protectorate?

    and Zanzibar was continuing to permit his subjects on the East African coast to trade slaves. Owen was also...


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

    Morley wrote to the Governor General in India, stating that ‘the competition to which trade in the Gulf... predominant, and should trade, ...


  6. The Singing Sailor, Salim Rashid Suri: A Ṣawt Musician from Oman

    travels encapsulated the cultural melting pot and long history of trade across the Gulf and Indian Ocean,... Suri was an important contributor. ...


  7. A Thorn in England’s Side: The Piracy of Mīr Muhannā

    of concern for all those who traded along the Persian Gulf and his exploits were an early factor, beyond... with grants of trading privileges ...


  8. The Dubai Incident, 1910: A Gun Battle that Damaged British relations with the Trucial Coast

    of local arms trading, finally came to a head on the morning of 24 December 1910. What followed... to intercept the trade. One of the ...


  9. M. Waris Ali’s ‘Absurd’ Account: A Native Agent and the Riots at Gwadar

    including references to the continuing slave trade in the area as well as to the important local fish trade...


  10. A Portrait of Sir Lewis Pelly

    at a pivotal moment when, in the wake of the end of their jealously guarded monopoly over trade in the Far... to the British Government when ...


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