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Treaty between Great Britain and the King and Chiefs of Cameroons (West Africa), signed in the Cameroons River, 17 December 1850

Byelaws between the Supercargoes (Great Britain) and Native Traders of the River Cameroons (West Africa), signed at the River Cameroons, 19 May 1862

Additional Articles to the Treaty of 14 January 1856 between Great Britain and the Cameroons (West Africa), signed at Cameroons River, 6 January 1869

Agreement between Great Britain and the Chiefs of the Cameroons River (West Africa), signed at Cameroons River, 8 July 1859

Treaty between Great Britain and the Chiefs of Gallinas (Cameroons), signed at Dumbocorro, 21 November 1840

Treaty between Great Britain and the Chiefs of Dido and Acqua Towns, Cameroons (West Africa), signed on board Her Majesty's steam-vessel Bloodhound, Cameroons River, 14 January 1856

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Agreement and Declarations between Great Britain and Kings Bell and Acqui (Cameroons), signed at Bell's Town, King's Town, 18 March, 10 June 1840

Treaty between Great Britain and Kings Bell (West Africa), signed at Bell's Town, Cameroons River, 7 May 1841

Treaty between Great Britain and Acqua (West Africa), signed at Acqua Town, Cameroons River, 7 May 1841

Agreement between Germany and Great Britain respecting the Boundary between British and German Territories from Yola to Lake Chad (Nigeria and Cameroons), signed at London, 19 March 1906

Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the United Republic of Cameroon for the Promotion and Protection of Investments

Agreement between Germany and Great Britain respecting the Regulation of the Frontier between Nigeria and the Cameroons and the Navigation of the Cross River, signed at London, 11 March 1913

 

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Southern part of the German colony of Cameroon which became a British mandate after the First World War and was administered by the neighbouring British colony of Nigeria. The other ...

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