Correspondence concerning the mining of red oxide on Abu Musa island. Correspondence discusses the removal of the mining equipment of Hassan bin Samaiyah. Correspondence also discusses the application of Wonckhaus to ship red oxide and negotiations with the Foreign Office over the termination of Wonckhaus's mining rights.Correspondents include Khan Bahadur Aqa Beder, Residency Agent, Lingah; Sir Percy Cox, Political Resident Persian Gulf; C.J. Homer, Officer-in-Command, Persian Gulf Lighthouse Works; Residency Agent, Sharjah; Deputy Secretary to the Government of India in the Foreign Department, India Office, London; Foreign Office, London; W. Wassmuss, Imperial German Consul, Bushire; Karl Lichnowsky, German Embassy, London.
1 volume (249 folios)
The papers are arranged chronologically from the front to the rear of the file.
Foliation starts with the first folio and continues through to the final folio. The folio numbers are written in pencil in the upper right hand corner of the recto side. Foliation anomalies: (1A, 1B,1C, and 1D, 64A and 64B, 173A and 173B, 237A and 237B.)