Der Kampf um Arabien zwischen der Türkei und England

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G. Westermann, 1916 - Arabia - 349 pages
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Page 58 - Convention shall be made applicable to any of the above-named Colonies or foreign possessions on whose behalf notice to that effect shall have been given by Her Britannic Majesty's Representative...
Page 49 - That without the assent of the British Government I will not consent to the residence within my territory of the agent of any other Government . 3rd. That I will on no account cede, sell, mortgage or otherwise give for occupation any part of my territory, save to the British Government.
Page 57 - Muscat, shall enjoy the same protection as British subjects themselves. Should they be charged with having committed a crime or serious offence punishable by law, they shall, on sufficient evidence being shown to justify further proceedings, be handed over by British employers, or by order of the British Consul, to the authorities of His Highness the Sultan for trial and punishment. ARTICLE 15.
Page 59 - An action upon a specialty shall not be brought after the expiration of twelve years from the date on which the cause of action accrued.
Page 64 - In witness whereof the undersigned have signed the present declaration, and have affixed thereto the seal of their arms. Done in duplicate at London, the 28th day of November, in the year of our Lord, 1843.
Page 58 - The stipulations of the present Treaty shall be applicable to all the Colonies and foreign possessions of Her Britannic Majesty, so far as the laws permit, excepting to those hereinafter named, that is to say, except to — India...
Page 56 - Highness's dominions the authorities of His Highness shall render all assistance in their power to the distressed vessel, in order to save the ship, her cargo, and those on board ; they shall also give aid and protection to persons saved, and shall assist them in reaching the nearest British Consulate ; they shall further take every possible care that the goods so recovered are safely stored, and kept for the purpose of being handed over to the owner, captain, agent of the ship, or British Consul,...
Page 6 - Excellency, as well as my note of the llth instant, in order to place on official record the view maintained by Her Majesty's Government throughout the negotiations to which they have been a party on this subject, and which have now been brought to a close. I have the honour to request that your Excellency will be so good as to cause this correspondence to be published simultaneously with the publication of the Firman and of the telegram from His Highness the Grand Vizier in the 'Official Journal
Page 53 - The .two High Contracting Parties acknowledge reciprocally to each other the right of appointing Consuls to reside in each other's dominions wherever the interests of commerce may require the presence of such officers ; and such Consuls shall at all times be placed, in the country in which they reside, on the footing of the Consuls of the most favoured nations. Each of the High Contracting Parties further agrees to permit his own subjects to be appointed to Consular Offices by the other Contracting...
Page 31 - Convention was ratified by the Viceroy and Governor-General of India in Council at Simla on the eleventh day of November, AD, one thousand nine hundred and four.

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