Omar Ali Saifuddin I
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|Omar Ali Saifuddin
عمر علي سيفالدين
|Sultan of Brunei|
|Heir apparent||Muhammad Tajuddin|
|Spouse||Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Puteri Nor Alam
Pengiran Anak Puteri
Pengiran Anak Puteri Bongsu
|Sultan Muhammad Tajuddin
Sultan Muhammad Kanzul Alam
Pengiran Anak Puteri Babau
Pengiran Shahbandar Pengiran Anak Abdul Wahab
Pengiran Kesuma Negara Pengiran Anak Abdul Karim
Pengiran Kerma Negara Pengiran Anak Apong
Pengiran Anak Siti Aishah
Pengiran Anak Saleha
|Mother||Pengiran Anak Sharbanun|
|Born||3 February 1711
Brunei Town, Brunei
|Died||January 2, 1795
Brunei Town, Brunei
Omar Ali Saifuddin I (died July 10, 1795) was the Sultan of Brunei from 1740 until his death in 1795. He succeeded his father in law, Sultan Husain Kamaluddin as Sultan of Brunei upon the latter's abdication from the throne in 1740.
His Highness was the son of Sultan Muhammad Alauddin Ibni Al Marhum Pengiran Di-Gadong Pengiran Muda Shah Mubin.
Accession to the Throne
After Sultan Hussain Kamaluddin abdicated from the throne, Pengiran Muda Omar Ali Saifuddin ascended the throne to become the next Sultan of Brunei. According to Sir Hugh Low, the new Sultan was still very young when he ascended the throne.
- His Highness tried to preserve peace and prosperity in Brunei, as had been done by his predecessor.
- Thomas Forrest visited Brunei on February 1776.
- His Highness had sent an armed force to attack Manila, led by Pehin Orang Kaya Di-Gadong Seri Lela Awang Aliwaddin. His army defeated the Spaniards in Manila and captured some prisoners.
- Datuk Teting, who defeated the British troops at Balambangan in 1774, tried to arrange an attack on Brunei, but was defeated by Pengiran Temenggong Ampa, who was also the Sultan's uncle.
His Highness died on 10 July 1795 and was succeeded by his eldest son, Muhammad Tajuddin.
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