Clayton, Gilbert Falkington
Introduction
CLAYTON, Gilbert Falkington
Arrangement

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) 1908-13 Private Secretary to the Governor-General, Sudan
(b) 1913-16 Sudan Agent and Director of Intelligence, Egyptian Army, Cairo
(c) 1916-17, Brigadier-General, General Staff for military operations in the Hijaz
(d) 1917-20 Chief Political Officer to the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, Palestine (O.E.T.A. - South)
(e) 1917-22 Adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior
(f) 1919-25 Chief Secretary of the Government of Palestine
(g) 1922-23 Negotiations between Britain and Trans-Jordan
(h) 1922-26 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud, ruler of Najd
(i) 1924-26 Mission to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid ad-Din, Imam of the Yemen
(j) 1926-27 Negotiations between Britain and Italy
(k) 1926-27 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud
(l) 1927-28 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud
(m) 1928-29 High Commissioner, Iraq
2. Personal Papers
3. Diaries
4. Articles, Speeches
(a) Articles (drafts)
(b) Speeches by Clayton
(c) Speeches by others
5. Photographic Material
6. Maps
7. Museum Objects
8. Newspaper Cuttings
9. Printed Material
Reference code: GB-0033-SAD
Title: Clayton, Gilbert Falkington
Dates of creation: 1898-1946
Extent: 7 boxes
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Created by: material relating to service in the Sudan and Middle East
Language: English; Arabic; French

CLAYTON, Gilbert Falkington

(6 Jul 1875 - 11 Sep 1929)

1895-1898 Royal Artillery, serving in Egypt and the Sudan under Kitchener
1898-1910 Egyptian Army Service
1902-1903 Inspector, Wau, Bahr al-Ghazal
1903-1908 Dep. Asst. Adjutant General, Headquarters Staff, Egyptian Army, Cairo
1908-1913 Private Secretary to the Sirdar, Egyptian Army and the Governor-General of the Sudan
1910 Retired from Egyptian Army and joined the Sudan Civil Service
1913 Sudan Agent, Cairo. Director of Military Intelligence, Egyptian Army
1914-1916 Director of Military Intelligence, British Army Headquarters, Cairo
1916-1917 Brigadier General, General Staff, Military Operations, Hijaz
1917-1918 Chief Political Officer, Egyptian Expeditionary Force. Military Governor, Palestine (O.E.T.A. South)
1919-1922 Adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior
1922-1925 Chief Secretary and Acting High Commissioner in Palestine
1925 1927, 1928 Special Envoy to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud of Najd
1926 Special Envoy to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid ad-Din, Imam of the Yemen
1927 Special Envoy to Rome
1929 High Commissioner and Commander-in-Chief, Iraq


Arrangement

1. Official Papers
(a) 1910-13 Private Secretary to the Governor-General, Sudan
(b) 1913-16 Sudan Agent and Director of Military Intelligence, Egyptian Army, Cairo
(c) 1916-17 Brigadier-General, General Staff for military operations in the Hijaz
(d) 1917-20 Chief Political Officer, Egyptian Expeditionary Force, Palestine
(e) 1917-22 Adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior
(f) 1919-25 Chief Secretary to the Government of Palestine
(g) 1922-23 Negotiations between Britain and Trans-Jordan
(h) 1922-26 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud, ruler of Najd
(i) 1926 Mission to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid ad-Din, Imam of the Yemen
(j) 1926-27 Negotiations between Britain and Italy
(k) 1926-27 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud
(l) 1927-28 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud
(m) 1928-29 High Commissioner, Iraq
[Dates noted above refer to the documents within each section and not to Clayton's tenure of the office concerned]
2. Personal Correspondence
3. Diaries
4. Articles, Speeches
(a) Articles
(b) Speeches by Clayton
(c) Speeches by others
5. Photographic Material
6. Maps
7. Museum Objects
8. Newspaper Cuttings
9. Printed Material

Catalogue
1. Official Papers
(a) 1908-13 Private Secretary to the Governor-General, Sudan
SAD.469/1-470/4
1908-1916
Correspondence from Sir F.R. Wingate, Governor-General, to Clayton, firstly in his capacity as Private Secretary and from 1913 as Sudan Agent and Director of Intelligence, Cairo. Letters from 1908-13 deal almost exclusively with Sudan affairs - general administrative and military matters, appointments, etc., but from 1913 reflect events in Egypt and the Middle East. Other subjects are itemised below. The files also contain a number of draft replies from Clayton and copies of letters from Wingate to other correspondents
SAD.469/1/1-10
1908 Aug 8 - 1909 Sep 11
Re the White Nile - El Obeid railway (469/1/1-3); military and political separation of Egypt and the Sudan (469/1/4-5); Egyptian control of Sudan finances (469/1/7-10)
SAD.469/2/1-92
1910 Feb 2 - Oct 2
Re British investment in the Sudan (469/2/22-25); Mr Roosevelt's visit (469/2/28, 37-38, 49-51); taking over of the Lado Enclave (469/2/28-31, 83); development of the Gezira (469/2/30); Sirri Pasha's reports on the Government of the Sudan (469/2/32-36); the "Red Pamphlet", (see 469/2/1-16) a memorandum by Egyptian Army officers (469/2/34-39, 44-51); pay and promotions of civilians in Sudan Government Service (469/2/54-62); negotiations with the French over the Darfur frontier (469/2/85)
SAD.469/3/1-53
1910 Dec 26 - 1911 Sep 14
Re the teaching of Arabic in the Bahr al-Ghazal and recognition of Sunday as the day of rest in the Southern districts (469/3/1-6, 8-9, 17); inspection of Dueim and Kawa (469/3/6-7); Kitchener's appointment as Agent and Consul-General for Egypt (469/3/11-17, 25); the Gezira scheme (469/3/18, 38); consecration of Khartoum Cathedral (469/3/15, 19)
SAD.469/4/1-39
1912 Jan 5 - Sep 25
Re the visit of King George V to the Sudan (469/4/1-3); consecration of Khartoum Cathedral (469/4/1-2); Clayton's marriage (469/4/10-11, 13, 16, 22); arrangements for the Wadai/Darfur Conference (469/4/13, 16, 19, 23); rectification of the Uganda/Sudan boundary (469/4/22-23, 25, 32-33, 36); operations against the Anuak on the Abyssinian border (469/4/28-30)
SAD.469/5/1-82
1913 Jun 19 - Dec 31
Re slavery on the French Congo border (469/5/10); settlement of the Uganda/Sudan border (469/5/13, 36, 41); British and Italian policy in Abyssinia (469/5/22-26, 38); Sudan Plantations Syndicate and development of the Gezira scheme (469/5/30-31, 34, 40, 42-43, 45-49, 51, 54, 58, 62, 64-65, 67-70, 72-73, 76-77); proposed Garjak-Nuer Patrol (469/5/29, 34-36); British involvement in the negotiations between the Sanusi and Italy (469/5/37, 39, 50); cutting of the military budget (469/5/77)
SAD.469/6/1-173
1914 Jan 5 - May 21
Re the development of the Gezira scheme using convict labour from Egypt (469/6/1, 4, 6-12, 15, 17-18, 22-25, 29-32, 36, 44-45, 52-53, 58-59, 112, 122-125, 150-155, 159, 166-167); Sudan, Italian and French interests in Abyssinia (469/6/27-28, 41, 52, 60, 111-112, 114, 135, 141-143, 148, 156-158, 162-163, 168, 171-173); placing of contracts for Army supplies (469/6/32-34, 133, 136); formation of Church Council in Khartoum (469/6/37-40, 61-62, 68, 72, 80, 84); protection and conservation of ancient monuments (469/6/47-49, 51, 54, 71); legal status of convicts in the Sudan (469/6/80-81, 84, 88); proposal for the establishment of a Sudan Political Service (469/6/93-95, 106, 110); Garjak-Nuer patrol (469/6/101, 112-113, 121, 134, 141, 158)
SAD.469/7/1-80
1914 Sep 16 - Dec 30
Re the outbreak of war and its progress, including the deployment of troops and officers; spread of German propaganda by the Austrian mission (469/7/3, 10); protection of the Uganda/Sudan border (469/7/4, 7-8, 13); Anuak-Gargak Patrol (469/7/13); defence of Port Sudan (469/7/16, 22); granting of aids to retired Sudanese soldiers (469/7/26, 29-32); estimate of the Sanusi's intentions (469/7/74-76)
SAD.469/8/1-69
1915 Jan 2 - Mar 31
Re the progress of the war; appointment of Sir H. McMahon as H.C., Egypt (469/8/8-9, 11-13); involvement of the Sudan Government in Arabian politics (469/8/12-18, 21-22, 27-28, 30, 32, 36-37, 40-41, 44-45); spread of Egyptian propaganda in the Sudan (469/8/38-39, 42-43, 51, 61-62)
SAD.469/9/1-54
1915 Apr 3 - Jun 29
Re the defence of Kadugli and operations against Fiki `Ali (469/9/1-2, 8, 11, 22, 31); British policy towards the Sanusi (469/9/1, 9, 19-20, 24, 27, 33-34, 40-42, 53); attempted assassination of Sultan Husain (469/9/4, 7, 9); release of Sudan officers from service in the Middle East (469/9/13-16, 20, 44-52); negotations with `Ali Dinar (469/9/25-27, 30, 54)
SAD.469/10/1-66
1915 Jun 8 - Sep 29
Re British policy towards the Sanusi (469/10/1, 6, 12, 25-26, 32, 40, 42); shortage of men and armaments for the Sudan (469/10/3-4, 10); Tsana Mission (469/10/3, 6); spread of propaganda in the Egyptian Army (469/10/8-9, 28-29); negotiations with `Ali Dinar (469/10/11); the appointment of Herbert as liaison officer between Wingate and Sultan Husain (469/10/15-24, 33, 43); escape of Fiki `Ali (469/10/43-44); mutinous conduct of the Works Battalion (469/10/37-40, 43, 50-52, 54-64, 66)
SAD.469/11/1-49
1915 Oct 5 - Dec 31
Re the progress of the War and in particular the defence of Egypt; British policy towards the Sanusi (469/11/4, 22, 25-26, 38-39, 45-46, 48); negotiations with the Sharif of Mecca (469/11/6, 16-20, 39); developments in Darfur (469/11/7-8, 23, 46, 48-49)
SAD.470/1/1-134
1916 Jan 10 - Mar 31
Re negotiations with the Sharif of Mecca (470/1/13-14, 19, 27, 30, 37, 95-96); activities of the Sanusi (470/1/2-3, 8-9, 30-31, 39, 60, 84, 105, 117, 126); transfer of Sudan officials to Egypt (470/1/5, 21-22, 46); French demands for Syria (470/1/20, 27); purchase of camels for use by the Army (470/1/24-26, 29, 44-45, 47-48, 71, 78-79, 81-82, 100); shortage of silver and gold (470/1/29-30, 44, 48-49, 81, 87); developments in Darfur (470/1/38-39, 46, 51-58, 70, 73-77, 84, 86-87, 94-116, 119-120, 122-124, 126-127, 130-134)
SAD.470/2/1-94
1916 Apr 4 - Jun 18
Re the Darfur campaign (470/2/1-3, 8-9, 13-14, 18, 23-28, 31-32, 36-37, 42-44, 46-48, 52-53, 55, 59-65, 67-68, 71-75, 77-78, 83-84); operations against the Sanusi (470/2/5-7, 13, 18, 40-1); negotiations with the Sharif and the Arab Revolt (470/2/20-22, 29-30, 33, 35-36, 68-69, 79, 86-87, 91-93)
SAD.470/3/1-98
1916 Jul 20 - Sept 27
Re the Arab Revolt (470/3/1-4, 6-10, 13-15, 17-18, 20-21, 24-25, 29-31, 33-35, 40-44, 56-59, 70-72, 93-98); the Darfur campaign (470/3/5, 23, 29, 31-32, 55-56); purchase of camels for the Egyptian Army (470/3/12-13, 22, 30, 44-45); negotiations with the Sanusi (470/3/51-52); the Tsana project (470/3/55, 58); observations on post-war territorial changes which would affect Egypt and the Sudan (470/3/80-92)
SAD.470/4/1-59
1916 Oct 1 - Dec 17
Re the progress of the Arab Revolt (470/4/1-59); developments in Abyssinia (469/4/2, 4)
SAD.470/4/60-61
n.d. [c. 1919]
Note by General Wingate on Sir Lee Stack's appointment as Sirdar and Governor-General of the Sudan
SAD.469/2/1-16
1910 Feb 21
Memorandum by a group of Egyptian Army Officers outlining their grievances
(b) 1913-16 Sudan Agent and Director of Intelligence, Egyptian Army, Cairo
SAD.693/8/1-32
1914 Oct 30 - Dec 8
Telegrams between Clayton in Cairo and the Governor-General, Khartoum re steps to be taken in Egypt on the announcement of the outbreak of war between Turkey and Russia and in particular the announcement of a British Protectorate
SAD.694/3/1-6
1915 Jan 3
Note by Clayton on Turkish military strength in Syria and Palestine and proposed measures to prevent a Turkish invasion of Egypt
SAD.694/3/7-11
1915 Jan 5
Note by [Clayton] on the proposed capture of Alexandretta and the political questions which it would raise
SAD.693/9/1
[1915] Jan 5
Telegram from the Residency in Cairo to the F.O. re pro-British feeling in Syria and advising the capture of Alexandretta prior to undertaking military operations in Syria
SAD.694/3/12-14
1915 Feb 7
Note by Clayton on demands for British support from Syrian Christians and Pan-Arabs (as expressed in memorandum 694/3/15-17 below)
SAD.694/3/15-17
[1915?]
Summary of a memorandum by Shaikh Rashid Rida, one of the leaders of the Pan-Arab Party, on British support for an Arab nation
SAD.694/3/18-27
1915 Feb 10
Note by C.H.M. Doughty Wylie on a possible descent on Alexandretta and its political repercussions vis-a-vis Syria, with covering note by Clayton
SAD.694/3/28-40
[1915]
Notes on Alexandretta supplied by Catoni and Kennedy and covering geographical features, water and supplies, people and present military position
SAD.694/3/41-52
1915 Apr
Report on developments in Syria after the outbreak of war including a note of the demands of the Reform Committee and an assessment of the prospects for an independent Syria
SAD.693/9/2-3
1915 May 4
Copy letter from C. Leonard Woolley, Lieut. R.F.A. to Newcombe re the proposed occupation of Alexandretta and the Adana Plain
SAD.694/3/53-55
[1915]
Summary note of the views held by prominent and representative Syrians in Egypt and Syria on the future of their country
SAD.693/9/4-5
1915 Sep 22 - 23
Copy telegrams to the F.O. urging an attack on Alexandretta
SAD.694/3/56-57
1915 Sep
F.O. memorandum on the danger of the suspension of military action in the Dardanelles
SAD.694/3/58-63
[1915 Oct ?]
Memorandum on the advantages of a military occupation of Ayas on the Gulf of Alexandretta (2 copies)
SAD.694/3/64-70
1915 Nov 6
Note by Clayton on British military strength on the Gallipoli Peninsula
SAD.693/9/6-10
1916
Copy letters between France, Britain and Russia on the formation of an Arab state and the partition of Syria, Silicia and Mesopotamia
SAD.693/10/1-84
1916 Feb 2 - Nov 29
Draft letters from Clayton in his capacity as Director of Intelligence, to various correspondents re British negotiations with the Sharif of Mecca (693/10/1-25) and the progress of the Arab Revolt; news from Syria (693/10/1-4, 17-18, 22-24); formation of the Arab Bureau (693/10/11-14); administration of the desert west of the Nile and all frontier districts (693/10/26-29); Arab successes against the Turks, including the capture of Mecca (693/10/39-44, 49); proposed landing of a British force at Rabegh (693/10/70-77); coronation of the Sharif as King of the Arabs (693/10/75-76)
SAD.470/5-470/6; 693/11
1916-1917
Letters to Clayton while Director of Intelligence, from various correspondents. Subjects itemised below:
SAD.470/5/1-9; 693/11/1-2
1916 Sep 23 - Nov 22
Lt. Col. Cyril Wilson, Wingate's representative at Jiddah re the need for a brigade and aeroplanes at Rabegh and the appointment of a British agent to direct military operations (470/5/4, 5, 7), Wingate's appointment as H.C. for Egypt (470/5/6), supplies for the Hijaz (470/5/6), criticism of T.E. Lawrence (470/5/7); Lee Stack re Wingate's move from the Sudan to Egypt (470/5/8-9); T.E. Lawrence re the decision not to land a brigade at Rabegh and the general situation in the Hijaz (693/11/1-2)
SAD.470/6/1-41
1917 Jan 4 - Jun 28
Re Clayton's appointment as Staff Officer for military affairs in the Hijaz (470/6/3, 5); Col. C. Wilson with news from the Hijaz, including movements of troops, air raids on the railway (470/6/11, 26) and Faisal's demand for the removal of the French (470/6/18-19); Lee Stack re administrative matters in the Sudan, military developments in the Hijaz, movements of personnel, tour of inspection in the South (470/6/28-35), difficulty of his position as 'acting' Governor-General (470/6/37); Wingate re the award of French decorations to British officers (470/6/39-40)
SAD.694/3/71-78
[1916?]
Memorandum on the advisability of maintaining Colonel Samson's Secret Service Bureau after the war and of affiliating it to the Cairo Intelligence Directorate
SAD.694/4/1-3
1916 Jul 1
"The Sherif of Mecca and the Arab Movement", a secret memorandum by the War Office tracing British involvement in the Arab Revolt
SAD.694/4/4-6
1916 Jul 5
Note on the Arab question including a summary of the background to the Arab Revolt, details of the Sykes-Picot Agreement and note of future French and British action
SAD.694/4/7-11
1916 Sep 5
Notes on a conference held at the Commander-in-Chief's house on 5 Sep to discuss the French military mission to the Hijaz
SAD.470/3/80-92
1916 Sep 22
Copy telegram from the F.O. to Wingate re post-war territorial changes involving France and Italy, which would affect Egypt and the Sudan, with Wingate's reply and related memorandum by Clayton
SAD.693/10/65-66
1916 Sep 28
Note by Clayton on the military and political repercussions of the possible collapse of the Sharif's revolt
SAD.694/4/12-17
1916 Oct 12, 21
Notes [by Clayton] on military support for the Sharif in the Hijaz
SAD.473/3/19-23
1916 Oct 29
Letter from Muhammad Idris al-Sayyid al-Mahdi al-Sanusi to Clayton re the former's discussions with the Italian delegates and his relations with Egypt, with Arabic translation and reply
SAD.694/4/18-22
1916 Nov 11
Note by Clayton on the tribes in Hijaz and the importance of their assistance in offensive operations from Sinai into Syria
SAD.694/4/23-27
1916 Nov 12
Memorandum by W.G.H. Salmond, Brigadier-General, commanding Middle East Brigade, Royal Flying Corps, urging the establishment of a landing ground for the Royal Flying Corps at Jauf to assist with Arab pressure on Turkish flanks in the Hijaz and Mesopotamia
SAD.694/4/28-35
1916 Nov 15
Telegram to the Governor-General Khartoum, supporting the proposal above (3 copies), with reply
SAD.694/4/36-41
1916 Nov 17
Note of the views of Indian Muslims on British foreign policy and in particular their attitude towards British involvement in the Arab Revolt
SAD.694/4/42-46
1916 Nov 18
Note by T.E. Lawrence on the proposed landing of an allied force at Rabegh, with covering note by Clayton
SAD.694/4/47-51
1916 Nov 20, Dec 20
Telegram and memorandum from Clayton to Wingate re a proposal to substitute Yanbo for Rabegh as a training base
(c) 1916-17, Brigadier-General, General Staff for military operations in the Hijaz
SAD.694/5/1-5
1916 Dec
Memoranda re the appointment of Clayton as Chief Staff Officer for Hijaz affairs, with control of the Arab Bureau
SAD.694/5/6-16
1916 Dec 11
Note for General Sir Archibald Murray, C. in C., E.E.F., by Clayton outlining the internal situation in Egypt since the outbreak of war and in particular the control of enemy aliens and the enforcement of martial law
SAD.694/5/17-21
1917 Jan
Note by Clayton on possible methods of assisting the Sharif's revolt
SAD.694/5/22-25
1917 Jan 7
Memorandum to the G.O.C., force at Rabegh on the defence of Rabegh
SAD.693/12/1-55
1917 Jan 18 - Oct 24
Draft letters from Clayton in his capacity as Chief Staff Officer for the Hijaz, to various correspondents, re military developments in the Hijaz and on the Sinai front; supply of guns etc. to the Arab tribes (693/12/6-12); transfer of the Flying Corps from Rabegh to Yanbo (693/12/6-12); negotiations with the Sharif re an independent Arab State (693/12/13-16); formation of a new force of scouts for use in the Sinai (693/12/17-19); formation of the Arab Legion (693/12/28-35, 42-45); Anglo-French cooperation in Arabia and Syria (693/12/28-35, 42-45); capture of Akaba under Lawrence (693/12/28-32); the Sykes-Picot Agreement and hopes for Faisal's operations in Syria (693/12/36-39); possible repercussions of a victory in Palestine (693/12/42-45); and the outbreak of cholera in Egypt (693/12/47-51)
SAD.470/7, 693/11
1917 Jul 15 - Dec 31
Letters to Clayton while Chief Staff Officer in the Hijaz. Subjects itemised below:
SAD.470/7/1-19
1917 Jul 15 - Dec 31
Stack re the political future of Egypt (470/7/1-2, 4-12), death of the Sultan (470/7/15), Clayton's appointment as Political Officer for Palestine (470/7/19); Wingate re British decorations for French officers (470/7/3); Wilson re appreciation of his work in the Hijaz (470/7/14, 16); Cornwallis re Wilson's relationship with the Sharif Husain (470/7/17-18)
SAD.693/11/3-14
1917 Sep 7 - Oct 24
Xerox copies of letters from T.E. Lawrence re British policy towards the Jews in Palestine and the Sykes-Picot Agreement (693/11/3-8); Clayton's reply and comments (693/11/9-12); re the Arab legion, delivery of military supplies (693/11/13-14)
SAD.694/5/26-29
1917 Jul
Note on a journey by Captain T.E. Lawrence from Wejh to Akaba to help organise Arab resistance against the Turks and the capture of Akaba
SAD.694/5/30-34
[1917] Oct
Diary by George Lloyd of a journey with Capt. T.E. Lawrence from Akaba to El Jaffer
(d) 1917-20 Chief Political Officer to the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, Palestine (O.E.T.A. - South)
(Some of the material in this section post-dates Clayton's service as Chief Political Officer)
SAD.693/13/1-9
1917 Dec 8 - 1918 Mar 15
Telegrams to Clayton re the collapse of Russia and the delay in mobilising the Greek army
SAD.693/13/10-56
1917 Dec 8 - 1918 Jun 17
Copy letters from Clayton as Chief Political Officer for Palestine to various correspondents re general problems arising in the administration of Palestine, including French demands for a share in the administration (693/13/13-17, 23-24, 27-36); British support for Zionism (693/13/13-22, 27-30, 47-56); the progress of Pan-Turanianism (693/13/43-52)
SAD.694/6/1-5
[1918?]
Notes by Clayton on the establishment of an Intelligence Centre in the Near East
SAD.694/6/6-8
1918
"Translation of a document captured by Desert Mounted Corps during operations 19th to 21st September, 1918" summarising the general military situation
SAD.694/6/9
1918 Jan 4
Note of British Government statement of policy re the establishment of a National Home for the Jews in Palestine as conveyed by King Husain
SAD.470/14/21-22
1918 Jan 22
Letter from Gertrude Bell in Baghdad to Clayton concerning her views on the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine in the light of the Balfour Declaration and re increased food production in Mesopotamia and unrest in Najaf
SAD.470/8/1-12
1918 Feb 1 - Sep 11
Letters to Clayton while Chief Political Officer including from Wingate re the movement of personnel and difficulties faced by Clayton in Palestine (470/8/1-7); Stack re recognition for the services of the Egyptian Army, with Clayton's reply (470/8/10-12)
SAD.694/6/10-29
1918 May 19
Report by W. Ormsby Gore on the work of the Zionist Commission, with covering letter from W.O. Gore and translation of some notes on Jewish opinion sent by Chaim Weizmann and annotated by Clayton
SAD.694/6/30
1918 May 19
Memorandum by Clayton re the development of a Zionist policy in Palestine under a military administration
SAD.693/14/1-5
1918 Jul 17
Letter from C. Weizmann of the Zionist Commission, to N. Sokolow, Zionist Organisation Bureau, London, re a meeting with the Sultan of Egypt, arrival of the American Mission in Palestine, concern over French adherence to the Sykes-Picot Agreement
SAD.693/14/6-7
1918 Aug 11
Xerox copy of letter from King Faisal to Clayton re his reception of Dr. Weizmann and the enlistment of Arab recruits in Palestine (with translation)
SAD.693/14/8-10
1918 Sep 6
Xerox copy of letter from C. Weizmann to Clayton re the attitudes of Jews in Germany and neutral countries towards the work of the Zionist Commission in Palestine
SAD.693/14/1-16
1918 Oct 19
Copy letter from A.J. Balfour to P. Cambon, French Ambassador in London re the terms of the Anglo-French agreement of 1916 on zones of influence in territories formerly controlled by Turkey, with copy reply
SAD.694/6/31
1918 Nov
Text of Anglo French declaration on the emancipation of peoples formerly ruled by the Turks, as communicated to the President of the U.S.A.
SAD.694/6/32-34
1918 Nov 15
Memorandum by Clayton on the attitudes of Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Druse populations towards the British and French
SAD.694/6/35
1919 Jan 19
Circular memorandum on changes in boundaries of O.E.T.A.
SAD.694/6/36-38
1919
Memorandum by Clayton on British policies in O.E.T. and cooperation with the French
SAD.694/6/39-41
[1919?]
Draft agreement between the Amir Faisal for the Kingdom of Hijaz and Dr. Chaim Weizmann for the Zionist Organisation on peaceful cooperation between Hijaz and a Jewish state in Palestine
SAD.694/6/42
1919 Feb 3
Statement of the Zionist Organisation regarding Palestine (printed copy)
SAD.694/6/43-53
1919 Feb 6
Notes on Zionism, showing the growth of the Zionist movement since 1917 and its connection with British policy in Palestine and elsewhere
SAD.694/7/1-2
1919 Feb 18, Mar 12
Memoranda by Clayton on H.M.G.'s subsidies to King Husain and for Arab Administration in Syria
SAD.693/14/17
1919 Feb 28
Copy telegram from Clayton to the F.O. re the results of growing opposition to Zionism
SAD.694/7/3-7
1919 Mar 11
Memorandum by Clayton re the incompatability of British policy in Syria, the Hijaz and Palestine, with proposed solutions
SAD.694/7/8-13
1919 Mar 12
Copy of proposals relating to the establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine with covering note from Clayton re revised proposals to be submitted to the Peace Conference
SAD.694/7/14-18
1919 Apr 2
Terms of reference for a commission from the Peace Conference to advise on the allocation of mandates for former territories of the Turkish Empire, with covering letter from L. Mallet
SAD.694/7/19-26
1919 Jul 9
Minutes of a meeting between Clayton and the Zionist Organisation in London to discuss various problems including Jewish immigration to Palestine, the use of Hebrew in all official publications and discrimination against Jews by the Administration
SAD.694/7/27-33
[1919?]
Memorandum of the wishes of the Syrian Moderate Party and of the divisions within Syria
SAD.694/7/34-40
1919 Aug 20 - Oct 3
Memorandum on the future of the Arabian Peninsula, with covering letters to Clayton
SAD.693/14/18-19
1920 Aug 11
Letter from R. Vansittart to Earl Curzon re Italian criticisms of the Mandate for Palestine
SAD.693/14/20-24
1920 Aug 11
Copy letter from Chaim Weizmann to the S/S for Foreign Affairs setting out the observations of the Zionist Organisation on the Mandate for Palestine
(e) 1917-22 Adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior
(Some of the material in this section predates Clayton's period of service in this post)
SAD.470/7/20-22
1917 Jul 10
Note by D.G. Hogarth on the situation in Egypt
SAD.470/7/6-12
1917 Jul 22
Note by Clayton on the future political status of Egypt
SAD.470/9/2-4
1919 Mar 16
Minutes of a meeting of the Egyptian Nationalist Delegation with General Watson and a subsequent interview with Clayton
SAD.473/3/1-3
1919 Mar 18
Memorandum by Clayton on the Egyptian situation
SAD.694/8/1-3
1919 Mar 18
Note on public unrest after the arrest and deportation of Sa`d Zaghlul and his three colleagues and the demands of Zaghlul's delegation
SAD.694/8/4-7
1919 Mar 19
Note of the causes of civil unrest in Egypt following the deportation of Sa`d Zaghlul
SAD.694/8/8-9
1919 Mar 20
Note of an interview between General Balfour, the Commander-in-Chief and `Abd al-`Aziz Bey Fahmi and `Ali Pasha Sharabi to discuss means of ending the current crisis
SAD.470/10-470/15; 473/3, 694/1
1919-22
General correspondence re Egyptian affairs
SAD.473/3/4-13; 694/1/1-6
1919 Mar 20 - Aug 20
Clayton to General Wavell re the crisis in Egypt due to the rising nationalist movement (473/3/4-12); telegrams re the passage of Sa`d Zaghlul and his associates to London and the demands of the nationalist radicals (694/1/1-2); Lord Curzon to A.J. Balfour re the Arabian chapter of the Draft Treaty of Peace with Turkey (694/1/3-6)
SAD.470/10/1-19; 473/3/13
1920 Apr 22 - Nov 16
F.O. to Field Marshal Viscount Allenby re propaganda measures in Egypt (copy) (470/10/2-8) with comments by Clayton (470/10/9-13); Clayton to Lord Allenby re the political climate in Egypt following the breakdown in negotiations between Zaghlul Pasha and the Nationalist Delegation and Lord Milner's Mission (470/10/14-19); Lord Allenby to Clayton re the political future of Egypt (473/3/13)
SAD.470/11/1-24
1921 Jan 11 - c. Apr 21
Re discussions between Lord Milner's Mission and the Zaghlul delegation and H.M.G.'s proposals for the political future of Egypt
SAD.470/12/1-13
1921 Aug 25 - Sep 3
E.S. Scott to Clayton re the appointment of Judicial and Financial Advisors to Egypt as proposed in the Milner Report, with copy letter from R.C. Lindsay to Scott and minutes of the conference with the Egyptian Official Delegation at the F.O.
SAD.470/13/1-51
1921 Oct 8 - Dec 28
Clayton re a political settlement for Egypt (470/13/1-2); re the restriction of movements in Egypt of Zaghlul Pasha and his party (470/13/3-7, 28-39); departure of Adli Pasha and the Egyptian Delegation from London (470/13/8-10); report by the Egyptian Delegation on talks in London, submitted to the Sultan (470/13/11-27); memorandum as to the application of certain clauses of a Treaty with Egypt, re internal administration (470/13/40-52); Papers representing negotiations with the Egyptian Delegation (Egypt no. 4) London, 1921 (470/13/53)
SAD.470/14/1-54
1922 Jan 1 - Feb 12
Re the termination of the British protectorate in Egypt and the establishment of a National Government (470/14/1-3, 12-15, 25-53); abolition of certain British held posts (470/14/4-6, 16-17); suggested convention between Great Britain and Egypt (470/14/8-11); position of British Advisers to Egyptian Ministries (470/14/18-20)
SAD.470/15/1-18
1922 Apr 4 - 12
A. Kerr to Clayton re communication between Egyptian Ministries and the Residency, with reply (470/15/1-4); Clayton urging the abolition of the post of Adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior, with his letter of resignation (470/15/5-12); account of Clayton's service as Adviser (470/15/13-15); note on progress in extending administration to the Gawer Nuer and Aliab Dinka in the Sudan (author unknown 470/15/16-18)
SAD.470/10/2-13
1920 Apr 22 - May 29
F.O. memorandum on propaganda measures in Egypt with comments by Clayton
SAD.470/12/8-13
1921 Jul 13 - Aug 21
Minutes of the first conference with the Egyptian official delegation at the F.O.
SAD.470/13/1-2
1921 Oct 8
Memorandum by Clayton on a political settlement for Egypt
SAD.470/13/11-27
1921 Dec 8
Report by the Egyptian delegation on talks in London, submitted to the Sultan
SAD.470/13/40-52
1921 Dec 28
Memorandum by W.G. Hayter as to the application of certain clauses of a Treaty with Egypt re internal administration
SAD.470/14/2-3
1922 Jan
Memorandum by E.M. Dowson, R.S. Patterson, Clayton and W.G. Hayter advising full Egyptian independence
SAD.470/14/4-6; 470/14/16-17
1922 Jan 1, 19
Memoranda by Clayton on the abolition of certain British-held posts in the Egyptian Government
SAD.470/15/5-10
1922 Apr 11 - 13
Memorandum by Clayton urging the abolition of the post of Adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of Interior, with covering letters
SAD.470/14/18-20
[1922]
Memorandum on the position of British Advisers to Egyptian Ministries
SAD.470/14/8-11
[1922]
Memorandum of a suggested Convention between Great Britain and Egypt
SAD.470/14/1
1922
Copy of communique published in Egypt re Britain's readiness to terminate the protectorate
(f) 1919-25 Chief Secretary of the Government of Palestine
Some of the material in this section predates Clayton's period of service in this post)
SAD.694/1/7-8
1919 Feb 12
Copy letter from Earl Curzon to the Earl of Derby re a discussion of the former with M. Cambon, the French Ambassador on Anglo-French relations in the Middle East
SAD.694/1/9-14
1920 Jul 27
Copy letter from Robert Vansittart, British Ambassador, Paris, to Earl Curzon enclosing draft articles for insertion in the Anglo-French Agreement re the Tigris-Euphrates water supply and the Palestine-Mesopotamia railway
SAD.694/1/15-17
[1920]
Draft articles in French for insertion in Anglo-French Agreement (as in 694/1/9-14 above)
SAD.694/9/1-7
1920 Jul 30
Draft copy of the Land Transfer Ordinance for Palestine with covering letter from R. Storrs, H.C. to the F.O.
SAD.694/9/8-12
1920
Printed copy of the Transfer of Land Ordinance, 1919 with notes by Dr. Weizmann, 6 Sep 1919, C.C. Garbett, 1 Oct 1919, Sir Edgar Bonham-Carter, 5 Jan 1920 and Lt. Col. E.B. Howell, 5 Dec 1919
SAD.694/1/18-19
1920 Aug - Sep
Telegrams from Sir H. Samuel to Clayton urging immediate sanction of the Land Ordinance
SAD.694/9/13-16
1920 Aug 27
Minutes of an inter-departmental committee meeting at the F.O. to discuss the Land Ordinance for Palestine (2 printed copies)
SAD.694/9/17-20
[1920] Aug
Memorandum on proposed alterations to the Palestine Land Ordinance
SAD.694/1/20
1920 Aug 2
Copy letter from R. Vansittart to Earl Curzon re French/Zionist discussions on the northern and eastern Palestinian frontiers. (British Government confidential document)
SAD.694/1/21-22
1920 Aug 11
Copy of cypher telegram to Sir H. Samuel from the F.O. re British Government opposition to the proposed military occupation of Trans-Jordania
SAD.694/9/22-49
1920 Aug 2 - 25
Series of British Government confidential documents re the mandates for Palestine and Mesopotamia
SAD.694/9/22-26
1920 Aug 2
Revised draft mandate for Mesopotamia
SAD.694/9/27-30
1920 Aug 2
Revised draft mandate for Palestine
SAD.694/9/31
1920 Aug 6
Letter from Earl Curzon to Count de Salis (Vatican) re the French renunciation of their protectorate over Roman Catholics in Former Turkish territories
SAD.694/9/32-33
1920 Aug 13
Minutes of an inter-departmental meeting at the F.O. to discuss salaries and conditions of service in the Middle East
SAD.694/9/34-35
1920 Aug 17
Minutes of meeting as above to discuss the frontiers of Palestine and Mesopotamia
SAD.694/9/36-37
1920 Aug 20
Minutes of meeting as above to discuss the Immigration Order for Palestine
SAD.694/9/38-39
1920 Aug 24
Minutes of meeting as above re railway projects for Palestine and the Draft Mandate for Palestine
SAD.694/9/40-41
1920 Aug 25
Minutes of meeting as above re the Draft Mandate for Palestine
SAD.694/9/42-46
Draft Mandate for Palestine with amendments as suggested above, 24-25 Aug
SAD.694/9/47-49
1920 Sep
Draft Mandate for Mesopotamia with amendments
SAD.694/9/50-67
1922 Aug 17
Extracts from documents re the Palestine Mandate and the Commission for the Holy Places as submitted to the Council of the League of Nations (French and English)
SAD.694/9/68-75
1922 Aug 12
Certified copy of the Mandate for Palestine (French)
SAD.694/10/1-3
1922 Sep 23
Memorandum re article 25 of the Palestine Mandate
SAD.694/10/4-5
1922
Copy of the Palestine Legislative Council Election Order
SAD.694/10/6-13
1922
Copy of the Palestine Order in Council
SAD.694/10/14-15
n.d. [c.1922]
Note of the composition and powers of the Palestine Legislative
SAD.694/10/16-25
n.d. [c.1923]
Memorandum on British military commitment and expenditure in Iraq, Kurdistan, Palestine, Trans-Jordan, Aden and Arabia. (Incomplete)
SAD.694/2/1-78
1923 May 17 - 1925 Jul 2
Correspondence to and from Clayton in his capacity as Chief Secretary, Palestine, and mainly from Sir Herbert Samuel, the H.C., re the growing number of Bolshevists among Jewish settlers (694/2/1-8); the Duke of Devonshire's speech in the Palestine debate (694/2/9-14); Clayton's views on the general situation in Palestine with related note by Sir Herbert Samuel (694/2/17-23); Arab participation in the Advisory Council for Palestine (694/2/25-26); the British garrison (694/2/27-28); Clayton re Arab objections to the influence of the Zionist Organisation (694/2/29-33); news from Sir Herbert Samuel on his negotiations in London (694/2/34-39); C.O. re the Arab Delegation to London (694/2/40-45); proposed neutralisation of Palestine (694/2/52-53); reorganisation of the Department of Police and Prisons (694/2/60-65)
SAD.694/10/26-29
1923 Jun 19
Memorandum on the proposed reduction of the British garrison in Palestine
SAD.694/10/30-34
1923 Jul
Draft proclamation re the appointment of a new Advisory Council for Palestine (3 copies)
SAD.694/10/35-36
1923 Jul 7
Memorandum from the Attorney-General to the H.C. re control of the press
SAD.694/10/37-47
1924 Jan 2
Memorandum by Mr. Kirkbride on the proposed unification of the sections of the Hijaz Railway lying in Palestine and Trans-Jordan with notes of meetings between Clayton and Hasan Khalid Pasha, Chief Adviser to the Trans-Jordan Government to discuss the Trans-Jordan Agreement and financial matters, 14-15 Oct 1923
SAD.694/10/48-57
1925 Mar 10 - 11
Notes on the Palestine Electric Corporation Concession with comments by Clayton and by N. Bentwich the Attorney-General
SAD.694/10/58-86
1925 Apr 15
Memorandum by the Treasurer on revenue and expenditure in Palestine since the commencement of Civil Administration in 1920
(g) 1922-23 Negotiations between Britain and Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/1-29
1922 Dec 18 - 1923 Feb 17
Correspondence re negotiations between Clayton on behalf of H.M.G. and the Amir `Abd Allah ibn Husain of Trans-Jordan with his Chief Adviser, `Ali Rida` al-Rikabi Pasha, on the future political status of Trans-Jordan and the settlement of its boundaries with the Hijaz and Najd
SAD.471/3/32-103
1922 - 23
Papers re negotiations between Clayton on behalf of H.M.G. and the Amir `Abd Allah ibn Husain of Trans-Jordan, with his Chief Adviser, Ali Rida` al-Rikabi Pasha, on the future political status of Trans-Jordan and the settlement of its boundaries with the Hijaz and Najd
SAD.471/3/32-38
1922-1923
Approximate budgets for Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/39-50
[1922]
Note of points for discussion by Clayton, the Amir `Abd Allah and Mr. Philby (Chief British Representative, Trans-Jordan)
SAD.471/3/51-53
1922 Oct 16
Translation of record by Rikabi Pasha of a conversation between the Amir `Abd Allah and Clayton
SAD.471/3/54-58
1922 Oct 18
Memorandum by Clayton of two interviews with the Amir `Abd Allah and his Chief Adviser
SAD.471/3/59-60
1922 Oct 25
Memorandum by Clayton of a discussion with the Amir `Abd Allah on the boundaries of Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/61-69
1922 Nov
Draft agreements re the future status of Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/70
[1922]
Note for Clayton of terms of reference for the discussions in the light of pending elections
SAD.471/3/71-74
[1922]
Translation by Akram Bey Rikabi of Rida Pasha al-Rikabi's suggestions for the agreement between H.M.G. and the Amir `Abd Allah
SAD.471/3/75-81
1922 Nov 11
Memorandum by Clayton on discussions with the Amir `Abd Allah and Rida Pasha al-Rikabi re the terms of the agreement
SAD.471/3/82
[1922]
Extracts from the proposed treaty with King Husain re foreign subjects in Trans-Jordanian territory
SAD.471/3/83
1922 Nov 21
Telegram from the H.C., Palestine to the S/S for the Colonies re amendments to the draft agreement with Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/84-88
1922 Nov 28
Memorandum by Clayton on the progress of the negotiations
SAD.471/3/89-92
1922 Dec 1
Note on the agreement with Trans-Jordan and on various matters outside the agreement which were raised in the course of conversations
SAD.471/3/93-94
1922 Dec 6
Note of despatch to the H.C., Palestine, embodying the requirements of the Air Ministry re Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/95-100
1922 Dec 14
Draft agreement regarding Trans-Jordan
SAD.471/3/101-103
1922 Dec 28
Minute by R.V. Vernon, Middle East Dept., C.O., re the Hijaz Railway which featured in the negotiations
(h) 1922-26 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud, ruler of Najd
SAD.471/2/5-7
1922 Sep 3 - Oct 14
Copy telegrams from Ibn Sa`ud to H.B.M.'s Consul in Damascus re the appointment of an agent to represent Najd Affairs
SAD.471/2/11-15
1922-1924
Telegrams to and from the S/S for the Colonies re the adjustment of Trans-Jordan, Hijaz and Najd boundaries
SAD.471/5-471/7
1925
Official correspondence re the 1925 Ibn Sa`ud Mission, which took place at Bahra, 10 Oct - 3 Nov 1925, with Clayton as chief negotiator. The main issues at stake were the settlement of the Trans-Jordania/Najdi frontier and the Iraqi/Najdi frontier, the prevention of raids across the frontiers, the protection of Najdi interests in Syria and the appointment of a permanent British representative to Najd. The negotiations were successful, culminating in the signing of the Bahra and Hadda Agreements, 1 and 2 Nov 1925
SAD.471/5/1-14
1925 Mar 12 - Jun 30
Re the reopening of negotiations between Iraq and Najd (471/5/1-8, 12-14); increase in hostilities between Ibn Sa`ud and King Husain of the Hijaz (471/5/9-11)
SAD.471/6/1-45
1925 Jul 31 - Sep 24
Re the terms of Clayton's appointment (471/6/1-5); Iraqi ratification of the proposed treaty (471/6/6-8); statement of H.M.G.'s policy (471/6/14-23); arrangements for travel and the venue for the talks (471/6/13, 24-35); G. Antonius's memorandum on matters to be raised by the Mission (471/6/37-45)
SAD.471/7/1-55
1925 Aug 21 - Dec 16
Re tribal attacks around Ma`an (471/7/1-4); Trans-Jordanian boundary (471/7/1-4); protest from Ibn Sa`ud re the seizure of mail to Damascus (471/7/5-9); capture of camels as loot during raids between tribes from Iraq and Najd (471/7/10-22); Ibn Sa`ud's terms for evacuation of the Hijaz (471/7/23-26); Clayton to Wingate with an account of the negotiations (471/7/30-37); signing of the agreements (471/7/40-42); discussion with King Faisal re the future of Syria (471/7/50); Ibn Sa`ud's request for a revision of the 1916 Treaty with Britain (471/7/52-55)
SAD.471/6/37-45
1925 Sep 22 - 24
Memorandum by George Antonius on matters affecting the negotiations of the 1925 Ibn Sa`ud Mission, with covering letter from G.S. Symes, C.S. to the Government of Palestine
SAD.471/5/16-20
1925 Nov 1
Copy of the Bahra Agreement, settling the frontier between Iraq and Najd [Arabic]
SAD.471/5/21-27
1925 Nov 2
Copy of the Hadda Agreement settling the frontier between Trans-Jordan and Najd [Arabic]
SAD.472/1/1-19
1926 Jan 15 - Apr 21
Correspondence re Clayton's reports on his missions to Ibn Sa`ud and the Imam Yahya
SAD.471/7/56
1926 Feb
Report by Clayton on his mission to negotiate certain Agreements with the Sultan of Najd and instructions issued to him in regard to his mission. (Printed copy for use of the C.O.)
SAD.472/1/2-8
1926 Mar 12
Minutes of a conference held at the C.O. to discuss matters arising out of Clayton's report on his Mission to Ibn Sa`ud
(i) 1924-26 Mission to Yahya ibn Muhammad Hamid ad-Din, Imam of the Yemen
SAD.471/4/1-82
1924-1926
Papers re negotiations between H.M.G. and the Imam Yahya of the Yemen to settle the Aden-Yemeni frontier. After completion of the first Ibn Sa`ud Mission, in Dec 1925, Clayton proceeded to San`a` to undertake negotiations
SAD.471/4/1-15
1924 Aug - Sep
Draft agreement between H.M.G. and the Imam of the Yemen with covering letter from the S/S to the Resident at Aden, 4 Sep 1924
SAD.471/4/17-21
1925 Jan 10 - Apr 30
Telegram and letters re the terms of the above agreement
SAD.471/4/22-42
1925 Nov 18 - 1926 Mar 4
Telegrams re Clayton's mission to the Imam, including details of travel and financial arrangements, appointment of Antonius as secretary to the Mission and Sir John Stewart re the difficulties facing Clayton
SAD.471/4/43-49
1925-1926
Notes on the bases of an agreement with the Imam
SAD.471/4/50-54
[1926]
Lists of districts inside the Aden Protectorate wholly or partly administered by the Imam or his leaders
SAD.471/4/55-58
[1926]
Lists of hostages from the Aden Protectorate tribes in the hands of the Imam
SAD.471/4/59-61
[1926]
Note of boundary between Aden and the Yemen with list of tribes bound by Protectorate treaties
SAD.471/4/62-64
[1926]
Draft letter from Clayton to the Imam Yahya setting out conditions for the signing of a Treaty
SAD.471/4/65-67
1926 Feb
Notes for interviews with the Imam on 15 and 20 Feb (when negotiations were broken off)
SAD.471/4/68-81
1926 Feb
Draft treaties as presented to the Imam on 16 and 18 Feb
SAD.121/14/1-3
1925 Dec 7 - 10
Royal commission appointing Clayton British Representative to the Imam Yahya of the Yemen, with covering letter from L.S. Amery
SAD.471/1/21-27
1926 Jan - Mar
Memoranda and letter from J.E. Shuckburgh re expenses incurred on the missions to Najd and the Yemen
SAD.471/1/19-20
1926 Mar 11, 26
Translations of letters from the Imam Yahya to Clayton urging the promotion of friendship between their two countries
SAD.471/1/5-11
[1926]
Memorandum on the situation in the Aden Protectorate and in particular its relation to the Yemen
SAD.471/1/12-18
[1926]
Draft report by Clayton on his negotiations with the Imam of the Yemen
SAD.471/1/4
1926 Jul
Report by Clayton on his mission to the Imam of the Yemen (printed copy for the use of the C.O.)
SAD.471/1/28-34
1926 Aug 18 - Oct 21
Correspondence re the Italian mission to the Yemen
(j) 1926-27 Negotiations between Britain and Italy
SAD.471/1, 471/9
1926-1927
Correspondence re negotiations held in Rome Jan - Mar 1927 concerning British and Italian interests in the Red Sea area
SAD.471/1/36-43
1926 Nov 1 - Dec 28
Re Clayton's appointment as chief negotiator (471/1/36-41); guidelines for the discussions (471/1/42-43)
SAD.471/9/1-82
1927 Jan - Mar
Re an arrangement between Ibn Sa`ud and the Idrisi on the government of Asir (471/9/10-14, 17-18, 21-22); oil concessions on the Farsan Islands (471/9/13-20); appointment of an Italian doctor at Kamaran to attend to the needs of Italian pilgrims (471/9/31); guidelines for the conclusion of the talks (471/9/34); settlement of expenses (471/9/79-81)
SAD.471/9/1-82
1927
Papers re negotiations with the Italians in Rome
SAD.471/9/1-9; 471/9/23-27; 471/9/36-41
1927 Jan 11-12, 14, 31
Notes of meetings between Clayton and the Italian negotiators, at the Palazzo Chigi
SAD.471/9/29-30
1927 Jan 15
Note of a private conversation between Clayton and Signor Gasparini, summarising the progress of the talks
SAD.471/9/32-33
[1927 Jan]
Notes by Mr. Patrick on the suggested appointment of an Italian doctor at Kamaran to attend to the needs of Italian pilgrims
SAD.471/9/42-74
1927 Jan - Feb
British and Italian draft records of conversations in Rome
(k) 1926-27 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud
SAD.471/2/1-4
1916 Jul 28
Treaty between the British Government and `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud, ruler of Najd
SAD.471/11/17-18
1926
Copy of the Hijaz Nationality Law
SAD.471/8; 471/10-471/12
1926-1927
Official correspondence re the 1926-27 Ibn Sa`ud Mission. In Clayton's absence negotiations for the revision of the Anglo-Najdi Treaty of 1915 were entrusted to S.R. Jordan, British Consul and Agent at Jeddah in Nov 1926, but they broke down in mid Dec. Clayton reopened discussions in Mar 1927 and on 20 May 1927, the Treaty of Jeddah was signed
SAD.471/8/1-130
1926 May 14 - Dec
Re the activities of the Sultan's representative, the Governor of Hasa, in Trucial Oman (471/8/2-14, 28-30); views of the Government of India on the proposed new Treaty (471/8/15-22, 47-54, 59, 63-72); Najdi tribes residing in Iraq (471/8/88-89, 96); guidelines for discussion on the revision of the 1915 Treaty (471/8/90-95)
SAD.471/10/1-81
1927 Jan - Mar
Re the interpretation of article 5 of the Bahra Agreement (471/10/25-41); Ibn Sa`ud's objections to the draft Treaty (471/10/42-46, 55); resumption of Treaty negotiations (471/10/47-48); Ibn Sa`ud's reaction to British/Italian conversations on Asir (471/10/49-54)
SAD.471/11/1-65
1927 Apr - Jun
Re the exclusion of Iraq from the scope of the Treaty of Jeddah (471/11/1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 53-54); authority of the Mohammedan Courts (471/11/6-9, 35); terms of the Hijaz Nationality Law (471/11/13-18); guidelines for Clayton for reopening of negotiations (471/11/19-24); interpretation of certain articles of the Bahra and Hadda Agreements (471/11/45-46); manumission of slaves (471/11/52); air route along the Arabian coast (471/11/60-61)
SAD.471/12/1-18
1927 Jul - Oct
Re the appointment of a British officer to arbitrate on claims in respect of raids into Najd from Trans-Jordan and Iraq (471/12/1-4, 15-18); the Hijaz Railway (471/12/7-11); recognition of G. Antonius's services (471/12/5-6, 13-14)
SAD.471/8/9-11
1926 Jun
Note on the tracts and tribes of South Hasa, Trucial Oman, "Independent Oman" and Dhahirah (Oman Sultanate)
SAD.471/8/23-27
1926 Jul
Preliminary draft Treaty with Ibn Sa`ud
SAD.471/8/31-42; 471/8/77-86
1926 Aug 11, Oct 6
Minutes of conferences held at the C.O. to consider the revised draft of the proposed new treaty with Ibn Sa`ud
SAD.471/8/100-109
1926 Nov
Copies of the revised draft Treaty
SAD.471/8/110-126
1926 Nov 25
Draft treaty and protocol as presented to Ibn Sa`ud
SAD.471/8/127-130
1926 Dec
Memorandum on raids from Trans-Jordan into Najd
SAD.471/10/1-2
1927 Jan 12
Note on the proposed Cairo-Aden air route
SAD.471/10/3-8
1927 Jan 26
Report by S.R. Jordan of negotiations with Ibn Sa`ud, Nov-Dec 1926 with copies of draft treaty presented to Ibn Sa`ud and related correspondence
SAD.471/10/9-24
1927 Jan 28
Minutes of meetings held at the C.O. 13 and 19 Jan, with S.R. Jordan and G. Antonius to discuss objections raised by Ibn Sa`ud to the draft Treaty
SAD.471/10/57-78
1927 Feb 4
Draft minutes of an interdepartmental conference at the C.O. to discuss objections raised by Ibn Sa`ud to the draft Treaty, with copy of same
SAD.471/11/36-42; 471/11/47-51
1927
Draft Treaty and Protocol as presented to Ibn Sa`ud on 5 May and 14 May
SAD.471/11/25-30
1927
Copy of the revised draft Treaty and Protocol
SAD.471/11/55-56
1927
Record of a private interview between Ibn Sa`ud and Clayton re the settlement of the protocol
(l) 1927-28 Mission to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud
SAD.472/2 - 472/9
1927-1928
Correspondence re the 1928 Ibn Sa`ud Mission. This took place as a result of mounting attacks by the Ikhwan on tribes in Iraq and in particular the destruction of a police post at Busayyah, 75 miles from the border. Discussions took place at Jeddah in May and August 1928, but Ibn Sa`ud refused to move on the issue of fortified police posts in the vicinity of the Iraqi-Najdi border
SAD.472/2/1-60
1927 Nov 5 - 1928 Mar 30
Re the economic penetration of the Bolsheviks in Arabia (472/2/1-8, 21); Italian influence in the Yemen (472/2/8-18); raids from Transjordan and Iraq on Najd (472/2/18-29); Ikhwan raids on Iraq (472/2/30-34, 36, 59); appointment of a British official serving in Iraq to accompany the Mission (472/2/44, 51)
SAD.472/3/1-42
1928 Apr 1 - 15
Re the sale of arms to Najd by the British Government (472/3/1, 4-10); interpretation of Article 3 of the Uqair Protocol governing fortifications on the Najdi-Iraqi border (472/3/2-3); Ikhwan raids into Iraq (472/3/11-13); Ibn Sa`ud's attitude towards the Muhammarah Agreement (472/3/17-21); appointment of officers to accompany Clayton on the mission (472/3/22-26, 32-35, 38)
SAD.472/4/1-88
1928 Apr 16 - 30
Re Clayton's powers of negotiation on behalf of Iraq (472/4/1-3, 75-76); outline of the causes of the current dispute and guidelines for the negotiations (472/4/9-22, 25, 53-73); extradition of tribes which migrate across national frontiers (472/4/37-39, 47); statement of Iraq's position (472/4/40-43)
SAD.472/5/1-28
1928 May 4 - 26
Reports on the progress of the talks (472/5/3-16, 18-24); re bombing flights by the R.A.F. over Najd territory (472/5/25-28)
SAD.472/6/1-44
1928 Jun 18 - 22
Report on progress of the talks held in May (472/6/2-31); re the effect of R.A.F. operations on the conduct of the talks (472/6/37-43)
SAD.472/7/1-97
1928 Jul 4 - 24
Re the restoration of property looted in raids between Trans-Jordan and Najd (472/7/1-8, 90-98); instructions to Clayton for the resumed talks (472/7/12-28, 60-66, 81-88); report on the first stage of the mission (472/7/29-59); views of the Iraqi Government on frontier defence (472/7/75-79)
SAD.472/8/1-58
1928 Aug 5 - 29
Re the appointment of Taufiq Bey Suwaidi to negotiate on behalf of the Iraqi Government (472/8/1); progress of the second phase of the talks (472/8/11-57)
SAD.472/9/1-95
1928 Sep 3 - 1929 Jan 18
Report on the second phase of the Mission (472/9/1-25); re a request from the Air Ministry for permission to undertake aerial reconnaissances over Kuwaiti territory (472/9/26); draft despatch for Ibn Sa`ud setting out the decision of H.M.G. on the Uqair Protocol and the desert posts (472/9/29-64, 72-75); Mission accounts (472/9/66-69, 84-94); Iraqi objections to visits to desert posts by Najdi representatives (472/9/77-78)
SAD.472/2/1-7
1928 Mar
Summary of Ikhwan raids on Iraqi tribes, 5 Nov 1927 - 8 Mar 1928 with assessment of compensation
SAD.472/4/27-33
1928 Apr
Memorandum of "air matters in which Ibn Sa`ud and H.M. Government are mutually interested"
SAD.472/4/34-36
1928 Apr
Brief history of negotiations with Persia on the establishment of British flights along the Persian Gulf
SAD.472/3/30-31
1928 Apr 10
Memorandum by H.J. Trenchard, Air Staff on the effect of air action in stopping Ikhwan raids
121/14/4-5
1928 Apr 12
Royal commission appointing Clayton Commissioner to treat with the King of the Hijaz
SAD.472/4/37-39
1928 Apr 17
Memorandum by the Minister of the Interior, Baghdad, on the extradition of tribes which migrate across national frontiers
SAD.472/6/8-31; 472/7/29-59
1928 Jun, Jul 10
Report on the first phase of the 1928 mission to Ibn Sa`ud, May 1928
SAD.472/8/11-57; 472/9/1-25
1928 Aug 22, Sep 3
Draft response by Clayton on the second phase of the 1928 mission to Ibn Sa`ud
SAD.472/9/31-64; 472/9/72-75
1928 Sep
Draft note for communication to Ibn Sa`ud by H.B.M. Consul, Jeddah, setting out the views of H.M.G. on the recent talks at Jeddah
SAD.472/9/80-83
1928 Nov
Draft note on the arbitration of raids between Najd and Trans-Jordan
SAD.472/13/166-169
1928 Dec 11
Instructions for the operation of flying boats in the Persian Gulf
SAD.472/13/63-104
1928 Dec 20
Draft copies of Military and Financial Agreements between Britain and Iraq
(m) 1928-29 High Commissioner, Iraq
SAD.472/10/1-76; 472/13/1-194
1928-1929
Official papers re Clayton's appointment and short service as High Commissioner for Iraq
SAD.472/10/1-76
1928 Sep 1 - 1929 Jul
Correspondence re the appointment of staff to serve with Clayton in Iraq (472/10/2-5, 7-10, 12-14, 22-28, 40-41, 48, 53-54, 57-59); congratulations on Clayton's appointment (472/10/13-14, 16-17, 20-21, 35); letters from J.E. Shuckburgh and Lord Monteagle re the establishment of closer links between Baghdad and the French representative at Beirut (472/10/34, 47, 50-51)
SAD.472/13/1-194
1928 Nov 24 - 1929 Jan 23
Correspondence re Clayton's talk on 'Arabia and the Arabs' at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (472/13/1-34); negotiations of new financial and military agreements with Iraq, including copies of relevant correspondence, 10 Aug 1928 - 5 Jan 1929 and copies of draft agreements (472/13/35-123); H. Dobbs's assessment of the situation facing Clayton and guidelines which he followed during his term of office (472/13/124-154); telegrams re the resignation of the Iraqi Government over the terms of the agreements (472/13/155-164); instructions for the operation of flying boats in the Persian Gulf (472/13/165-169); papers re Perso-Iraqi relations (472/13/170-193)
121/14/6-8
1929 Mar 12 - Apr 11
Royal commission appointing Clayton High Commissioner for Iraq (original with one copy), with covering letter from L.S. Amery
121/14/10
1929 Jun 24
Royal commission appointing Clayton Consul-General for Iraq
2. Personal Papers
SAD.1009/2/1-161
5 March 1898-September 1919
Letters from Clayton in Sudan to his parents in Sandown and London, during the 1898 campaign and his subsequent service in the Egyptian Army in Sudan up to 1909, and with one 1919 letter dating from his time serving as adviser to the Egyptian Ministry of the Interior:
1898: 5-6 March (with transcript); 7-8 March (transcript); 9-11 March (with envelope); 13-14 March; 14-30 (dated 27) March (with envelope); 5-10 April; 17 April (with hand-drawn map of the marches preceding and following the Battle of Atbara, and a plan of the battle; with envelope) (SAD.1009/2/24-27); 23 April; 1 May; 8 May; 15 May; 22 May; 28 May; 4 June; 12 June; 19 June; 26 June; 3 July; 8-10 July; 17 July; 27 July; 29-31 July (with envelope); 4 August (with envelope); 11 August; 25 August; 7-12 September (original and transcript, the latter with short postscript) (SAD.1009/2/65-75). For typescript transcripts, see SAD.942/7/1-88
1900: 5 December, Halfaya
1901: 30 August (incomplete, with rough plan of route of a [planned] circular patrol between from Shendi to Atbara, Gedaref, Abu Haraz, terminating at Halfaya) (SAD.1009/2/80); 13 December
1902: 28 October-1 November; 2 November; 5-7 November; 11-13 November; 28 November-2 December
1903: 5-9 January; 18-21 January; 6-9 February; 19 February; 10 March; 20 March; 6-8 April; 10-25 May; 26 May; 21 June
1906: 17 May; 12 September; 23 October
1909: 1 May
1919: September (SAD.1009/2/159-160); undated leaf

The bulk of this material was micofilmed (SAD.930/9) and transcribed (SAD.942/7) by R. O. Collins. Two personal letters from Clayton from the period 1896 x 1919 were microfilmed by Collins (SAD.930/9), the originals of which are not present in this collection: 15 January 1896, 7 June 1901. Purchased, with the support of The Friends of National Libraries , 29 November 2016: G//S 1485.
SAD.1009/3/1-5
[1914 x 1919]
Humorous sketches by Clayton, depicting incidents and archtypes of the war.
SAD.1009/3/1
“Uneven muscular development” illustrative of certain types of mentality met with in high places during the war.
SAD.1009/3/2
Portrait of a rather unsuitable officer posted to the Chief Political Officers Staff.
SAD.1009/3/3
Portrait of Count Golaltha.
SAD.1009/3/4
A diplomatic struggle between “the White Gnome” (Great Britain) and “the Black Gnome” (French Minister in Cairo).
SAD.1009/3/5
Portraits of the Duke of Wellington, before and after a youthful riding accident, with a sketch of the fall. Purchased, with the support of The Friends of National Libraries , 29 November 2016: G//S 1485.
SAD.473/2/1-9
1900 Dec 30 - 1922 Aug 25
Papers re Clayton's army career, including Egyptian Army contracts and notifications of promotions
SAD.472/11-472/12
1910 - 25
Correspondence re Clayton's record of service, including terms of appointments, salaries, pensions etc
SAD.472/11/1-29
1910 Jan 16 - 1917 Feb 26
Sudan Government service after expiration of Egyptian Army contract
SAD.472/12/1-17
1910 Sep 28 - 1927 Jun 15
Retirement from the Egyptian Army and award of retired pay
SAD.472/12/18-37
1918 Feb 25 - 1921 Oct 31
Miscellaneous papers re pay after transfer to Palestine
SAD.472/12/38-50
1919 Sep 3 - 1920 Jun 29
Appointment as Adviser to the Ministry of the Interior, Egypt and settlement of salary
SAD.472/12/51-102
1919 Nov 27 - 1925 Nov 22
Pensions of Advisers to the Egyptian Government
SAD.472/12/103-121
1922 Jun 22 - 1923 Feb 28
Payment of pension from the Egyptian Government
SAD.472/12/122-147
1923 Jan 22 - Jun 19
Appointment as Chief Secretary, Palestine - terms of service, salary etc
SAD.472/12/148-153
1925 Mar 5 - May 13
Paid leave on termination of contract in Palestine
SAD.473/2/12-38
1914 Nov 12 - 1920 Apr 1
Army general orders, including references to Clayton's service; mentions in despatches, honours and promotions
SAD.473/4/91-93
1917 - 19
Notifications of decorations for Clayton: Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus and Le Grand Commandeur de l'Ordre de Georges 1 er
SAD.473/4/94-104
1919 - 20
Notifications of decorations awarded to Clayton by the Sultan
SAD.693/11/15-18
1922, 1928
Xerox copies of personal letters from T.E. Lawrence to Clayton re his draft of a book on the struggle in Arabia, Clayton's appointment as H.C. for Iraq and reminiscences of King Faisal
SAD.473/3/14-18
1937 Jan 18 - 1946 Apr 22
Correspondence between Lady Clayton and General Wavell re material for his book on Lord Allenby
3. Diaries
SAD.471/13
1925 Sep 24 - 1926 Mar 20
Clayton's personal diary of his Missions to `Abd al-`Aziz Al Sa`ud and the Imam Yahya (4 v. ts.)
4. Articles, Speeches
(a) Articles (drafts)
SAD.472/10/32-33
1928 Nov 14
Brief history of the al-Qa`rah Gold discovery by H. St.John Philby
(b) Speeches by Clayton
SAD.694/11/14-16
[1923]
Draft speech to be made at the first meeting of the new Advisory Council for Palestine
SAD.472/13/6-34
1928 Nov
Notes for lecture by Clayton on "Arabia and the Arabs"
SAD.472/10/74-76
1929 Jul
Notes for a lecture on Arabia given by Clayton to the R.A.F. at Hinaidi
(c) Speeches by others
SAD.470/4/62-65
1914 Nov 8
Text of the Governor-General's speech to the Ulema on the outbreak of war between Britain and Turkey
SAD.694/11/17-28
1916 Dec 19 - 1917 Nov 1
Reuter's telegrams containing the texts of speeches made by Lloyd George, Lieutenant-General Smuts and Sir Eric Geddes on the progress of the war
5. Photographic Material
SAD.877/9/1
[1920s]
Photograph of Clayton in British Army uniform
6. Maps
SAD.694/12/1[MP]
1915 Jan 7
Map of Syria showing positions of military garrisons
scale:   1:1,500,000
Size: 45 cms x 65 cms
SAD.694/12/2[MP]
n.d. [c.1916]
Map of the Arabian Peninsula, with annotations
scale:   1:6, 969, 600
Size: 50 cms x 64 cms
SAD.694/12/3[MP]
1918 Oct 27
Map of Aleppo showing roads suitable for mobilisation of troops
scale:   1:1,500,000
Size: 78 x 57 cm
7. Museum Objects
SAD.1009/4
[early 1890s]
Small drinking flask, engraved: “W. L. N. Clayton, Jan[uar]y 27 1895”.
Size: 11 x 6.5 cm
Glass, metal, wood
Purchased, with the support of The Friends of National Libraries , 29 November 2016: G//S 1485.
8. Newspaper Cuttings
SAD.473/1/1-6
n.d.
References to Clayton's early career
SAD.470/3/99
1913 - 22
References to Clayton's career and including a photograph
SAD.473/1/7
1914 Jan 23
“Egypt's General Assembly” from The Near Far East and India
SAD.473/1/8
1915 Jul 17
"Egypt and the Sudan. The men who count" from The African World
SAD.473/1/9
1920 May 12
The Turkish Treaty from The Times
SAD.473/1/10-15; 473/1/31-41
1922 - 27
The future of Palestine from The Times, The New York Herald, The Daily Express, The Near East and India
SAD.473/1/16-26
1922 Feb - Mar
Political future of Egypt from The Times
SAD.473/1/27-30
1922 Oct
Agreement between Trans-Jordan and Britain
SAD.473/1/42-52; 473/1/67
1925
Clayton's Mission to Ibn Sa`ud from The Daily Chronicle, Charlestown Guardian, Canada, The Times, The Near East and India
SAD.473/1/71
1926 Feb 4
"The Khalifat Conference" from The Near East and India
SAD.471/1/35
1926 Oct 28
Text of the Treaty between Italy and the Yemen, from The Near East and India
SAD.473/1/53-61
1926 - 27
Clayton's mission to the Yemen, from The Times, The Daily Telegraph, Glasgow Herald, Central Asian Society
SAD.471/1/1-3
1926
Announcement of a K.C.M.G. for Clayton for services rendered in negotiations with the Sultan of Najd and Imam of the Yemen with letter of congratulations from G. Antonius
SAD.473/1/62-66; 473/1/72-73, 78
1927
Clayton's Mission to Ibn Sa`ud, from The Times, The Near East and India, The New Judea
SAD.473/1/68
1927 Feb 3
"Islam and the Haj" from The Near East and India
SAD.473/1/69-70
1927
"Lawrence of Arabia"
SAD.473/1/74-77; 473/1/79-88
1928
Clayton's Mission to Ibn Sa`ud from The Near East and India, The Times, The Daily Telegraph
SAD.472/10/1
n.d. [1928]
Clayton's appointment as H.C. for Iraq
9. Printed Material
SAD.694/12/4-5
1917 Jan
Despatch to H.M. Ambassador at Washington respecting the Allied note of January 10, 1917 (Miscellaneous No. 3 1917) London
SAD.694/12/6-7
1917 Jan 11 - 17
Reuters telegrams (nos. 46, 62) re the Allied reply to Dr. Wilson (694/12/4-5) urging among other matters the expulsion of Turkey from Europe
SAD.695/1/1-133
1919
Memoranda from the Information Committee for British Mission
SAD.694/1/1-3
No. 2 Lias, C.R. Education in Egypt
SAD.694/1/4-5
No. 6 Percival, J.H. Foreign residents in Egypt. Protection of their interests in matters of legislation
SAD.695/1/6-7
No. 7 Symes, G.S. Constitutional reform and political causes of unrest
SAD.695/1/8-10
No. 8 Amos, M.S. Constitutional reform and political causes of unrest
SAD.695/1/11-14
No. 9 Roussin, L.G. Economic effect of the war in Egypt. Currency
SAD.695/1/15-16
No. 11 Bulfin, Sir Edward S. Policing Egypt in time of peace
SAD.695/1/17-20
No. 12 Courtney, G.W. The grievances of the Egyptians. The fellahin and the effendi class
SAD.695/1/21-27
No. 15 Roussin, L.G. Economic effect of the war in Egypt. Review of financial effect
SAD.695/1/28-29
No. 19 Borton, N.T. The Government of Egypt. Administration
SAD.695/1/30-31
No. 20 Garner, Cathcart The Government of Egypt. Administration
SAD.695/1/32-44
No. 22 Dowson, E.M. The Government of Egypt. Administration (Finance)
SAD.695/1/45-50
No. 23 Tottenham, P.M. The Government of Egypt. Administration
SAD.695/1/51-52
No. 24 Wild, R.V. Political education of the Egyptians
SAD.695/1/53-55
No. 27 Reisner, Dr. G.A. The Government of Egypt. Administration
SAD.695/1/56-58
No. 28 Burnett-Stuart, G.E. The Government of Egypt. Administration
SAD.695/1/59-61
No. 30 Reisner, Dr. G.A. Constitutional reform in Egypt and political causes of unrest
SAD.695/1/62-66
No. 31 Amos, M.S. Judicial reform in Egypt
SAD.695/1/67-68
No. 32 Reisner, Dr. G.A. The grievances of the Egyptians. The fellahin
SAD.695/1/69-71
No. 33 Gairdner, W.H.T. Education in Egypt
SAD.695/1/72-73
No. 37 Fischer, R.E. The grievances of the Egyptians. The fellahin and the effendi class
SAD.695/1/74-79
No. 38 Goodman, Dr. C. Constitutional reform in Egypt and political causes of unrest
SAD.695/1/80-81
No. 39 Hill, W.H. Foreign residents in Egypt. Protection of their interests in matters of legislation
SAD.695/1/82-86
No. 40 Burnett-Stuart, G.E. The Government of Egypt. Administration (interior)
SAD.695/1/87-95
No. 41 Roussin, L.G. Economic effect of the war in Egypt. Government finance
SAD.695/1/96-98
No. 42 Hill, W.H. Constitutional reform in Egypt and political causes of unrest
SAD.695/1/99-100
No. 43 Patterson, R.S. The grievances of the Egyptians. The fellahin and the effendi class
SAD.695/1/101-102
No. 45 Percival, J.H. The Government of Egypt. Administration
SAD.695/1/103-104
No. 47 Booth, G.A.W. Foreign residents in Egypt. Protection of their interests in matters of legislation
SAD.695/1/105-111
No. 48 Tottenham, P.M. The Government of Egypt. Administration (Public Works)
SAD.695/1/112-119
No. 50 Legislation and judicial organisation in Egypt
SAD.695/1/120-121
No. 53 Wise, A. Policing Egypt in time of peace
SAD.695/1/122-123
No. 55 Richards, O. Education in Egypt
SAD.695/1/124-125
No. 57 Hill, W.H. Education in Egypt
SAD.695/1/126-129
No. 58 The unrest in Egypt by a number of senior missionaries
SAD.695/1/130-132
No. 59 Birley, K.P. Foreign residents in Egypt. Protection of their interests in matters of legislation
SAD.695/1/132-133
No. 60 Barker, H.E. Foreign residents in Egypt. Protection of their interests in matters of legislation
SAD.472/10/70-73
Duff, D.V. “The Conqueror of Arabia”
SAD.695/2/1
Giza, Conseil Provincial. Protestations du conseil contre les atrocités commises par les troupes Britanniques aux villages de la Moudirieh. Voeux des habitants concernant l'independance absolue de l'Egypte … 9 Avril 1919
SAD.470/13/53
Papers respecting negotiations with the Egyptian Delegation (Parliamentary papers: Egypt, No. 4) London 1921
SAD.471/2/8-10
Treaty with King Feisal London Oct 1922
SAD.472/13/194
Treaty of Alliance between Great Britain and Iraq, 10 Oct 1922, Protocol to Treaty of Alliance, 30 Apr 1923 and Agreements subsidiary to the Treaty of Alliance, 25 Mar 1924 H.M.S.O. London, 1925
SAD.473/4/1-90
Supplement to the London Gazette, 1915 Jun; 1916 May 16 (part), May 30 (part), Jun 3 and 20, Sep 25; 1917 Jun 1, Jul 6, Aug 7, Sep 14; 1919, May 27, Jun 3, Jun 6, Aug 8 (14 v.) containing notices of Clayton's appointments, promotions and awards
SAD.473/4/62-66
1919 May 23
Contains a report on the military operations and other events of importance in the Sudan during the war years, by General Sir F.R. Wingate and Sir Lee Stack
SAD.695/2/2-3
Palestine. The organ of the British Palestine Committee v.6 nos. 6, 9. Manchester, Sep - Oct 1919
SAD.695/2/4
Palestine. Correspondence with the Palestine Arab Delegation and the Zionist Organisation London, 1922