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  1. Letter no.39 of 1852 from Lt-Col Samuel Hennell, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary of the Government Bombay

    Hennell draws Malet's attention to the fact that the slave trade suppression treaty, entered into by the British Government and the late Sheikh ...

    2 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/130, f 226  Date(s): 2 Feb 1852
  2. Letter from Ephraim Gerrish Stannus, Resident in the Persian Gulf, Bushire Residency [sic] to the Secretary to the Government, Commercial Department, Bombay

    The letter is transmitting a report (not present) on British trade with Bushire for the year ending 31 December 1824. It is noted that trade ...

    1 image in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/33, f 118  Date(s): 30 Apr 1825
  3. Letter from Ephraim Gerrish Stannus, Resident at Bushire, to Henry Willock, His Majesty's Charge D'affaires at the Court of Persia

    Transmits (not included) Returns of the Trade of Bushire for the year ending 31 December 1825. Stannus attributes the small number of English ...

    1 image in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/40, f 5v  Date(s): 7 Aug 1826
  4. Letter no.395 of 1852, from Captain Arnold Kemball, Resident in the Persian Gulf, to Arthur Malet, Chief Secretary of the Government Bombay

    to an earlier enquiry by Kemball into the nature of the slave trade in upper Gulf region, specifically around the Euphrates, Basra, and Kuwait. ...

    8 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/130, ff 292-95  Date(s): 12 Nov 1852
  5. Letter No. 43 of 1866 from Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, Her British Majesty's Political Resident Persian Gulf, Bushire to Charles Gonne, Secretary to Government, Bombay

    bourne trade in the Persian Gulf, and the rising importance of the overland trade routes, including... by British Subjects who need ...

    5 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/38, ff 93v-95  Date(s): 23 Apr 1866
  6. Letter from Lewis Pelly, Her Majesty's Political Resident Persian Gulf to Charles Gonne, Secretary to Government, Bombay

    Letter regarding the delivery of the letter for Muskat [Muscat] to the de-facto Government, the apparent calming of matters in Muskat and the resumption ...

    2 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/38, ff 99v-100  Date(s): 17 May 1866
  7. Letter from Ephraim Gerrish Stannus, Resident in the Persian Gulf, Bushire, to Henry Willock, His Majesty's Chargé d’Affaires, Teheran [Tehran]

    included) relating to the trade of Bushire and the Persian Gulf in general, from 1817 onwards. Stannus... as the imports. Stannus discusses the ...

    4 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/32, ff 68v-70  Date(s): 3 Jun 1824
  8. 'Persian Gulf; Muscat and Zanzibar'

    how best to stem the East African slave trade, and the administration of the region. Foliation: ff... George Russell Clerk International relations ...

    8 images in record  Ref: IOR/L/PS/18/B2/4  Date(s): 17 Jul 1868
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  9. Printed letter No.6 of 1864 from Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pelly, Acting Political Resident Persian Gulf, Bushire to William Henry Havelock, the Officiating Secretary to Government, Bombay

    their geographical locations, the local trades and the political allegiances of the villages and towns. These travels... on the Island of Hormuz. ...

    20 images in record  Ref: Mss Eur F126/37, ff 8-17  Date(s): 16 Jan 1864
  10. Letter no.2853 of 1854 from Henry Anderson, Secretary to the Government of Bombay, to Captain Arnold Kemball, Resident in the Persian Gulf

    The letter is a covering letter, with an enclosure relating to measures to suppress the slave trade... for the suppression of the slave trade ...

    4 images in record  Ref: IOR/R/15/1/143, ff 322-323  Date(s): 20 Jun 1854

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