'14/194 II. Deposition of Shaikh of Sharja and accession of his successor. 14/196/II Punishment of the Shaikh of Fujairah. 14/200 projected establishment of customs houses at Debai, Sharjah etc by Shaikhs. 14/211 Refractory conduct of the Shaikh of Ras al Khaima. 14/217 Murder of the Shaikh of Hamriyah. 14/233 Regarding Shaikh of Kalba. 14/243 Abu Dhabi customs and revenues. 14/252 I. Notices issued by Shaikh of Sharjah'
- Senior Naval Officer in the Persian Gulf (correspondent)
Shaikh of Fujairah (correspondent)
This file contains correspondence relating to the following topics:The dispute between Shaikh Sultan bin Saqr and the sons of Shaikh Khalid, a former ruler of Sharjah, over the area of Dhaid and how this affected a geological expedition. Correspondents include Gordon Loch, Political Agent, Bahrain and Shaikh Rashid bin Humaid, Ruler of Ajman; Residency Agent, Sharjah.Punishment of the Shaikh of Fujairah (Shaikh Hamad bin Abdullah al-Sharqi). Correspondents include the Political Agent, Bahrain and British Consul, Bushire.The proposed establishment of customs houses at Debai, Sharjah and Ras al-Khaimah as retaliation against Persian customs proposed at Henjam and elsewhere. The Residency Agent, Sharjah informed that there was no substance to this report but the Shaikhs were annoyed at their subjects' boats being arrested by Persian Customs inspectors at sea.Correspondence from November to December 1929 between the Senior Naval Officer, Persian Gulf and the Political Resident, Persian Gulf. Includes a statement from Abdur Rahman, son of Khan Bahadur Isa bin Abdul Latif, Residency Agent, Sharjah on an attack on women seeking refuge in the Residency Agent's house from attack by their male relatives. Correspondence reports that Shaikh Sultan bin Salem of Ras al-Khaimah, declined to take action against these men until pressured by the Commander of HMS Crocus.Correspondence between Residency Agent, Sharjah and Andrew Charles Stewart, Political Agent Muscat, about the murder of Shaikh Abdur Rahman bin Saif of Hamriya by his nephew 'as a result of the machination of the Shaikh of Shargah and Adbur Rahman bin Mohammed.'Recognition of the Shaikh of Kalba by His Majesty's Government as Ruler of Kalba and accordance of a personal salute of three guns. Kalba moved from the responsibility of the Political Agent, Muscat to be dealt with by the Political Agent, Bahrain and Residency Agent, Sharjah. Correspondence consists of a circular between the Political Resident, Persian Gulf and the Air Officer Commanding, British Forces in Iraq; Senior Naval Officer, Persian Gulf and the Political Agents in Kuwait, Bahrain, Muscat.A note on Abu Dhabi customs and revenues by E.V. Packer, Petroleum Concessions Ltd.Notices issued by the Shaikh of Sharjah on customs charges. Translation of a letter from the Residency Agent, Sharjah, to the Political Agent, Bahrain.14/252 I. Notices issued by the Shaikh of Sharjah on cusotms charges. Translation of a letter from the Residency Agent, Sharjah to the Political Agent, Bahrain.
1 volume (88 folios)
The papers in the file are arranged according to topic.
Foliation: The sequence consists of circled numbers in pencil located in the top right hand corner of the recto of each folio, running from the front cover to the last folio.
- Item contributor:
- British Library. India Office Records and Private Papers
- Data contributor:
- Qatar National Library
- 1 volume (88 folios)
- Kings and rulers--Succession
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- British Library: India Office Records and Private Papers