Britain And Morocco During The Embassy Of John Drummond Hay Ben Srhir Khalid

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quot the first contacts between morocco and england date back to the first decade of the thirteenth century when king john 1167 1216 sent a secret mission to the almohad sultan muhammad al nasir 1199 1213 to obtain moroccan support to counter french threats against england the mission however was a failure

the commercial treaty of 1856 between morocco and britain engineered largely through the efforts of drummond hay became the blueprint for commercial agreements with other foreign powers the treaty opened morocco to an era of x27 liberal x27 trade that was unfavourable to morocco inexorably weakening the ability of the makhzan as the moroccan government was called to withstand foreign inroads

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britain and morocco during the embassy of john drummond hay khalid ben srhir john drummond hay was an immensely influential british diplomat who guided british diplomacy in morocco in the latter half of the nineteenth century when britain was contemplating taking morocco your web browser is not enabled for javascript

this translation provides fascinating insights into a critical period in moroccan history and moroccan british relations during the nineteenth century using the life and work of the british representative in tangier john drummond hay an individual who personally experienced the relations between

contents summary john drummond hay was an immensely influential british diplomat who guided british diplomacy in morocco in the latter half of the nineteenth century when britain was contemplating taking morocco over an ambition it abandoned only in the entente cordiale in 1904 drummond hay was also very influential within moroccan political

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john drummond hay was an immensely influential british diplomat who guided british diplomacy in morocco in the latter half of the 19th century when britain was contemplating taking morocco over an read more

john hay drummond hay at the age of 24 he was appointed a paid attaché to the embassy of constantinople where he remained for four years and was then sent to morocco to assist the agent and consul general in his communications with the court of morocco during the difficulties with the french government

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spanish occupation 1614 81 edit mehdya known as la mamora was under spanish rule between 1614 and 1681 after capturing larache in 1610 the spanish then captured al ma x27 mura during the reign of mulay zidan in august 1614 due to the period of anarchy that followed the death of mulay al mansur in 1603

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during the reign of zaydan after the death of sultan ahmed al mansur in 1603 morocco fell into a state of anarchy with the sultan losing much of his authority and leaving salé a sort of independent republic morocco was in a state of civil war with warlords such as ahmed ibn abi mahalli in the south and sidi al ayachi in the north taking territory from zaydan

political relations were strengthened as a result of reciprocal diplomatic missions and were crowned with an anglo moroccan alliance against spain in the reign of philip ii wrote moroccan historian khalid ben srhir in britain and morocco during the embassy of john drummond hay 1845 1886 2005 routledge curzon translated by malcolm

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khalid ben srhir malcolm williams gavin waterson britain and morocco during the embassy of john drummond hay 1845 1886 routledge 2005 isbn 7146 5432 9 jamil m abun nasr a history of the maghrib in the islamic period cambridge university press 1987 isbn 521 33767 4

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in the 19th century edward drummond hay and his son john drummond hay served as the british consuls general at tangier for decades shaping the country x27 s policies and survival during the scramble for africa the anglo moroccan accords also known as the anglo moroccan treaties of friendship were signed on 9 december 1856

drummond hay edward william auriol 1785 1845 edward william auriol drummond hay antiquary and later consul general at tangiers morocco was born on 4 april 1785 the son of the rev edward auriol hay drummond 1758 1829 and elizabeth de vismes d 1790 he was educated at christ x27 s church oxford earning his b a on 4 june 1806

khalid ben srhir malcolm williams gavin waterson britain and morocco during the embassy of john drummond hay 1845 1886 routledge 2005 isbn 7146 5432 9 jamil m abun nasr a history of the maghrib in the islamic period cambridge university press 1987 isbn 521 33767 4

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the sultan however refused to ratify the treaty because of the continuing english presence in tangier and the increasing complexity of the captivity problem wrote moroccan historian khalid ben srhir in his book britain and morocco during the embassy of john drummond hay 1845 1886 2005 routledge curzon translated by malcolm

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john harrison was an english representative in morocco in the 17th century james i of england sent john harrison to muley zaydan in morocco in 1610 and again in 1613 and 1615 in order to obtain the release of english captives he negotiated a treaty in may 1627 with sidi al ayachi independent governor of salé who had risen a month before against mulay zaydan

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