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Nyasaland continued, 1923-1944

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  1. Fols. 1-13: Correspondence with Colonel Charles Ponsonby about extension of the railway system to Lake Nyasa, with "The Land Question in Nyasaland, notes by Sir Frederick Lugard on the Memorandum", 1923-1925.
  2. Fols. 14-23: Correspondence with Robert Laws about federation in Central Africa and creating common services between territories, land-holdings of European syndicates in Nyasaland, the Shire Highlands Railway and legislation affecting Africans, 1927-1928.
  3. Fols. 24-35: Memorandum from Arthur Brackenbury on taxation in Nyasaland with Lugard's letter commenting, 1930.
  4. Fols. 36-41: Correspondence with the Governor of Nyasaland, D.M. Kennedy, about the Protectorate's jubilee, 1941.
  5. Fols. 42-45: Correspondence with Archbishop Glossop about Lugard's opposition to closer union or federation in Central Africa but approval of closer co-operation between Nyasaland, Uganda and Tanganyika, 1944.

Dates

  • 1923-1944

Extent

1 folder

Language of Materials

  • English

Shelfmark

MSS. Lugard 93/3

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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