Selected Correspondence: The Royal Niger Company GEORGE TAUBMAN GOLDIE AND FREDERICK LUGARD 6th [November 1894] At last the Caravan book is complete. The Long Roll contains every man’s name-soldiers, Hausa-porters, Yorubas, and Nupes, Headmen, Interpreters, Horse and donkey attendants,
POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVE ITINERARY EASTWARD As you have been informed verbally, it is just possible that you may, before leaving Jebba or Bajibo, receive a cablegram ‘Lugard Kuka’, meaning char instead of proceeding westward, you will retrace your steps to Lokoja and make your way to Bornu and Lake Chad.
OBJECTS OF YOUR JOURNEY WEST The last sentence conveys the objects of your journey. France has obtained a few treaties with powerful chiefs on the strength of which she claims immense regions in the great bend of the Niger, known in France as ‘le boucle du Niger’.
ITINERARY TO JEBBA Royal Niger Company. 24 July 1894. Dear Capt Lugard, The following will serve you as concise general institutions- more for your own satisfaction than for any need of written instructions after our numerous and lengthy conversations
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London, 2nd July 1894. Dear Sir G. Goldie, I have carefully read the above letter and pledge myself to observe the conditions required of me, not only during my term of service with The Company, but for five years after its conclusion. Yours faithfully, (Sgd) F. D. Lugard. Capt
Selected Correspondence: The Royal Niger Company GEORGE TAUBMAN GOLDIE AND FREDERICK LUGARD [Insertedfrom Lugard Papers]
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