Africa and the Victorians: The Climax of Imperialism in the Dark Continent

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INDEX
Abbas II, Khedive of Egypt, 323
Abdullahi, Khalifa, 336, 337, 346, 353n, 358, 369
Abeokuta, 35, 387, 388
Abercorn, 2nd Duke of, 247, 248
Aberdare, 1st Baron, 166, 167-8, 181, 194
Aborigines Protection Society, 31, 63, 414
Abyssinia, see Ethiopia
Acton, 1st Baron, 321
Adamawa, 166
Adigrat, 349
Adua, 347, 349
Afghanistan, 92, 93, 261
Africa
and Imperial security, 464-5, 470, 472
British attitude to, 14-25, 45, 462-72
see also East, West, and South Africa
African Association, 185, 186-7
African Lakes Co., 223, 224, 225n, 228, 244, 245, 249
African Steamship Co., 37
Afrikaner Bond, 64
and Bechuanaland extension, 231, 234, 235, 237
and Cape govt. and Rhodes, 230-1, 251, 413, 421, 433, 449
and Transvaal, 230, 231, 233, 241, 421
see also Hofmeyr, Jan
Akashah, 357
Alexander of Battenberg, Prince of Bulgaria, 260
Alexandria, 102, 103, 105, 107, 110, 111, 112, 130, 136, 138, 157
Alexandria Indemnity, 136, 137, 138
Algeria, 302
Ali, Mehemet, 76
Aliens Immigration Law (Transvaal), 441, 444
Amatongaland, 415
Amba Alagi, 346
Anderson, Sir Percy
and E. Africa, 194, 195, 200-1, 202, 292, 314, 315, 328, 329
and Nyasa, 225
and the Niger, 182, 184, 185-6, 344
Anglo-Congolese Treaty (1894), 330-3, 340, 416
Anglo-French agreements
on Nile Basin ( 1899), 374
on W. Africa ( 1889), 382, 388
on W. Africa ( 1890), 300-4, 389, 390
on W. Africa ( 1891), 382
on Zanzibar ( 1862), 45, 195
Anglo-German agreements
on E. Africa ( 1886), 197-8, 199, 358
on E. Africa ( 1890), 248-9, 293-301, 305
on Portuguese loan ( 1898), 369-70, 447-8
on W. Africa ( 1893), 392
Anglo-Italian agreement on East Africa ( 1894), 331
Anglo-Portuguese Convention ( 1890-1), 247, 415-16
Anglo-Portuguese Treaty on the Congo (1882), 170, 172, 173
Anglo-Turkish Convention ( 1885), 258
Angola, 447, 448
Angra Pequena, 173, 174, 175, 189, 205, 206, 207
Anti-Slavery Society, 27, 172, 309, 317
Arabi Pasha and Arabist reaction, 87-8, 96, 97, 100, 101, 103, 104, 112, 113, 114, 120, 157
and bombardment of Alexandria, 113
possibility of French alliance with, 109, 110
Archinard, Gen. Louis, 391
Armenia, 83, 93
Ashanti Confederacy, 28, 29, 30-1, 32
and France, 383
British policy, 28-32, 384, 385, 400
Asquith, H. H., 316, 377, 416
Assinie, 164
Atbara, 367
Australia, 6n, 9, 16
Austria
and Egypt, 86, 105, 263, 354
and Germany, 93
and Mediterranean Agreements ( 1887), 263, 267, 345
Bahr-el-Ghazal, 329, 330-3, 335, 344, 365
Baikie, Dr. H. W. B., 36
Bajobo, 407

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