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1854) 1788 Hugh Clapperton, Scots explorer of Africa (d.
Chapter five focuses on the British occupation and subjugation of Gwandu emirate with the first contact in 1824 when Hugh Clapperton visited Sultan Mohammed Bello with all the diplomatic civilities.
(1) Dixon Denham, Hugh Clapperton & Walter Oudney, Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the Years 1822, 1823, and 1824 (1826), 2 vols; E.W.
Clapperton in Borno : journals of the travels in Borno of Lieutenant Hugh Clapperton, RN, from January 1823 to September 1824.
She attempts to tackle not only myriad stories of ships and men, but also the founding of two nations (Sierra Leone and Liberia); another attempted settlement (Clarence); the rescue of European and American slaves from North Africa; the First Asante War; Hugh Clapperton's expedition to find the source of the Niger; and the battles against malaria and yellow fever.
Laing and Hugh Clapperton. Sources include Laing's letters to his fiancee.
Barrow commissioned Naval lieutenant Hugh Clapperton, Dr Walter Oudney and William Hillman, a carpenter working in Malta, while the Colonial Office sent Major Denham Dixon to join them.
The pasha offers his protection 1822 Lieutenant Hugh Clapperton, Major Dixon Denham and Dr Walter Oudney arrive in Tripoli, having also been promised assistance by the pasha 1825 Laing arrives in Tripoli in May, also sent by Barrow.
Hugh Clapperton's Travels in Sahara & Fezzan 1822-1825
1837), was published in 1826 in Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the Years 1822, 1823, and 1824 by Dixon Denham, Hugh Clapperton, and Walter Oudney, who were travelers and explorers in that region.
Hugh Clapperton into the interior of Africa; records of the second expedition, 1825-1827.