Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC9/4/3/1-11
TitleColonial Office papers relating to the Niger
Extent12 items
DescriptionTypescript memoranda of Joseph Chamberlain [as Sec of State for the Colonies, 1895-1903] and Government publications relating to development of Anglo-French negotiations at Niger Conference [Paris]; including terms and conditions of agreement, and nature of Anglo-French military movements in Niger region; and official communications between British representatives at Conference and the Foreign Office [see also JC9/4/2D]; with printed material
Including /2 Typescript copy memorandum by Joseph Chamberlain relating to terms established for Niger Conference [French agreement not to position themselves on Upper Nile, French demands for free navigation of Niger, and Lake Chad dispute], Nov 1897 /3 Typescript copy memorandum by Joseph Chamberlain relating to Foreign Office memorandum conceding to France position on West Bank of Niger [Jebba region], and necessity for Britain to obtain recognition of rights in hinterland of Gold Coast, Dec 1897; /8 Government publication, letter from Sir Edmund Monson [Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the French Republic, 1896-1904] to Lord Salisbury [Robert Arthur Gascoigne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury: Sec of State for Foreign Affairs, 1895-1900; Prime Minister, 1895-1902] relating to French 'Dreyfus' case, and public feeling in France, Cabinet, Mar 1898; /9 Government publication, 'Memorandum by Joseph Chamberlain' relating to progress of Niger Conference, Cabinet, Mar 1898; /11 Printed map, 'Gold Coast and Lagos Colonies and adjacent Colonies', War Office, nd [late 20th century]
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/10 page of publication damaged, and in need of repair


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