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Anti-Slavery Society, 1893-1945

MSS. Lugard 117

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  1. File 1, fols. 1-23 and items 1-2: Source material supplied to Lugard by the Society on slavery in Zanzibar, the preference of the indigenous people of the New Hebrides to be governed by the British, the slave trade in Persia and child slavery and labour in Hong Kong, 1893-1929.
  2. File 2, fols. 1-142: Correspondence with officers of the Anti-Slavery Society, namely Charles Roberts, president, Travers Buxton and C.W.W. Greenidge, secretaries, and Sir Robert Hamilton, treasurer, with related papers and notes by Lugard on papers he had removed from the file and destroyed, 1929-1945.
  3. File 3, fols. 1-16: Correspondence with Professor A.E. Morgan, principal of Hull University, and Sir John Harris about the appeal for funds for the William Wilberforce Memorial, 1933.
  4. File 4, item 1: Facsimile of the Jamaica Courant and Public Advertiser, vol. 4, no. 207, of 1 Sep 1830, n.d.


  • 1893-1945


1 box

Language of Materials

  • English


MSS. Lugard 117

Repository Details

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