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Rhodesias continued, 1930-1938


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  1. Item 1: Correspondence with regard to Native Policy in Northern Rhodesia, 1930 [Cmd.3731].
  2. Fols. 1-5: Copies of despatches from the Secretary of State, J.H. Thomas, on filling the post of magistrate in Northern Rhodesia, and from Lord Passfield on Gambian legal offices, 1931.
  3. Fols. 6-18: Correspondence with John Edminson of Salisbury about education in Southern Rhodesia, 1934.
  4. Fols. 19-39: Correspondence between Arthur Shearly Cripps, Edward Lugard, Lord Lugard, R. MacGregor and Margery Perham about three Northern Rhodesian Bills, including the Native Preachers' Bill, 1936.
  5. Fols. 40-66: Correspondence with Sir James Currie and Sir Humphry Leggett about maize control in Northern Rhodesia, 1936.
  6. Fols. 67-72: Correspondence with Professor W.M. Macmillan about the Native Registration Bill in Rhodesia, a Kenya Land Settlement Bill and information sent to him by Arthur Shearly Cripps and R. MacGregor, 1936.
  7. Fols. 73-83: Correspondence with Eric Dutton about reorganization of 'native administration' in Northern Rhodesia, The Dual Mandate, and about R.S. Hudson, Adviser on Native Affairs to the Chief Secretary, 1937.
  8. Fols. 84-86: Correspondence with Major J.C. Brundell about the colour bar and labour, 1937.
  9. Fols. 87-88: Notes by Lugard on Carbutt, Huggins, Malcolm and Southern Rhodesia, n.d [These notes bear numbers referring to pages of The Dual Mandate.]
  10. Fols. 89-101: Correspondence with Sir Godfrey Huggins on constitutional affairs and 'native policy', 1937.
  11. Fols. 102-110: Correspondence with R.S. Hudson about taxation, 1938.
  12. Fol. 111: Letter to Daniel Sandford about the material sent him by Hudson, 1938.


  • 1930-1938


1 folder

Language of Materials

  • English


MSS. Lugard 93/6

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