James Adair Crawford

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James Adair Crawford was a civil servant of the British Empire, in 1893 he served as the Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf (which included Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and the Trucial States).[1] Three years later in 1896 he also served as the acting Chief Commissioner of Balochistan, British India.[2]

Political offices
Preceded by
Sir James Hayes Sadler
Chief political resident of the Persian Gulf
1893
Succeeded by
Sir James Hayes Sadler
Preceded by
Sir James Browne
Chief Commissioner of Balochistan
1896
Succeeded by
Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes

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