'Book No. 200 from December 1854 to December 1855'
- Shah of Persia, Qajar dynasty (correspondent)
Government of Bombay (correspondent)
HM Ambassador to Iran (correspondent)
The volumes consist of original correspondence sent to and copies of letters sent from the Bushire Residency; the principal correspondents being Captain Arnold Burrowes Kemball, followed by Captain James Felix Jones as Resident in the Persian Gulf at the time, the Assistant Resident in Charge, Herbert Frederick Disbrowe, Sir Charles Augustus Murray, British Ambassador at Tehran, and the Secretaries to the Government at Bombay.The main subjects covered are the diplomatic and commercial relations with Persia and the Persian Coast. Another subject covered is the siege of Sevastopol, and other events that occurred during the Crimean War. The book contains translations of letters from the Persian Shah.
2 volumes (293 folios)
This was once a single volume that has since been split into two parts. The letters are not in chronological order. There is an index by date, page and subject at the beginning of the book, on folios 2-4v.
Foliation: the foliation is in pencil, in the top right corner of each folio. The numbering sequence runs across two volumes (volume one ff 1-141 and volume two ff 142-283), commencing at the third sheet of volume one with 1, 1A and 1B and terminating at the third sheet from the back of volume two with 283.
- 2 volumes (293 folios)
- Crimean War (1853-1856)
- Geographic region:
- Open Government Licence
- Is part of:
- British Library: India Office Records and Private Papers
- Item contributor:
- British Library. India Office Records and Private Papers
- Data contributor:
- Qatar National Library