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TURNER, Alfred Edward (1842 - 1918), Director of British North Borneo Company; of Manchester North Borneo Rubber Co.; Chairman of North Borneo State Rubber, Ltd

ALCOCK, Rutherford (1809 - 1897), Director of British North Borneo Company

HUMPHREYS, John Lisseter (died 1929), Governor and Commander-in-Chief British North Borneo since 1926

RYCROFT, William Henry (1861 - 1925), Governor of British North Borneo, 1922–25

Agreement between Great Britain and Borneo, signed at Brunei, 26 November 1856

Declaration between Borneo and Great Britain respecting Wrecks, signed 17 August 1878

Protocol between Great Britain and the Netherlands relative to the Boundary between the State of North Borneo and the Dutch Possessions in Borneo, signed at London, 28 September 1915

Agreement between Great Britain and the British North Borneo Company for the Establishment of a Protectorate, signed at London, 12 May 1888

Treaty between the British North Borneo Company (Great Britain) and Padas Damit, signed at Labuan, 2 March 1889

Exchange of Notes between Great Britain and the United States respecting the Administration by the British North Borneo Company of certain Islands on the East Coast of Borneo, signed at Intervale/Washington, 3/10 July 1907

Act between Great Britain and Borneo for the Cession of Labuan, signed at Brunei, 18 December 1846

Treaty of Friendship and Commerce, and for the Suppression of the Slave Trade between Great Britain and Borneo, signed at Brunei, 27 May 1847

Convention between Great Britain and the Netherlands defining Boundaries in Borneo, signed at London, 20 June 1891

Agreement between Great Britain and Siam respecting the Rendition of Fugitive Offenders between North Borneo and Siam, signed at Bangkok, 18 September 1913

HICKLING, Horace Cyril Benjamin (1879 - 1948), late Member Legislative Council, Trinidad and Tobago; Director, Apex (Trinidad) Oilfields, Ltd, Trinidad; British-Borneo Petroleum Syndicate; Ste Madeleine Sugar Co

 

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British colonies situated within Borneo, the world's third largest island. They comprised North Borneo (and Labuan Island), Brunei, and Sarawak (ruled by the British Brooke family since 1841). The rest ...

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