Geo. S. Mackenzie to William Mackinnon. Bishop Tucker at Lady Frere's & problem of upkeep of missionary lake steamer bought out of Stanley Exhibition proceeds. Arrangements for Lady Euan-Smith on visit to Hamburg. Mr. Morris wishes to show copies of Lugard's & Sir John Fowler's private reports to Labouchre & Daily News. Question of general press dissemination. Copies to be forwarded to C.P. Huntingdon at William Mackinnon 's request. Brief comment on Director's meeting regarding Berkeley - Stanley's name not to be mentioned as arousing parliamentary opposition in connection with plan of splitting up territory with 2 or 3 men like Berkeley. After meeting, saw Sir Phillip Currie at F.O., regarding securing Berkeley's services. Latter will be useful for F.O. Connections, particularly in gaining taxation from British Indians. Sir Percy Anderson in separate conversation quite favourable.
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- Dates of Creation19 June 1891
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