Class B. East Coast of Africa. Correspondence respecting the Slave Trade and other matters. From January 1 to December 31, 1869.
Folio. VI, 103, (1) pp. Modern half cloth. Top edge gilt.
British papers and correspondence with local agents on the slave trade on the east coast of Africa, including reports on the capture of an Arab dhow with a total of 236 slaves and the capture of another dhow in the Arabian Gulf by H.M. steamer "Dryad", a missive from Sheikh Sultan, the Governor of Mogoo, to the British agent regarding the capture of Suliman bin Sooltan's ship on the return from a date-selling journey to "Debay" (Dubai), as well as occurences in Muscat and Zanzibar, with some intelligence provided by Dr. Livingstone.