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Jean Rhys: Left Bank Modernist as Postcolonial Intellectual

Treaty for the Cession of the Left Bank of the Rhine etc. between France and Prussia, signed at Paris, 23 May 1802

Treaty between Great Britain and Atani (Niger Left Bank No. 5) (West Africa), signed at Atani, 7 October 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Onitsha (Niger Left Bank, No. 2) (West Africa), signed at Onitsha, 9 October 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Idá (Niger Left Bank, No. 1) (West Africa), signed at Idá, 31 October 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Odekwé (Niger Left Bank, No. 3) (West Africa), signed at Odekwé, 2 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Osibiti (Niger Left Bank No. 4) (West Africa), signed at Osibiti, 3 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Akri (Niger Left Bank, No. 6) (West Africa), signed at Akri, 4 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Ogbakuma (Niger Left Bank, No. 7) (West Africa), signed at Ogbakuma, 4 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Akri Ugidi (Niger Left Bank, No. 9) (West Africa), signed at Akri Ugidi, 4 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Endoni (Niger Left Bank No. 14) (West Africa), signed at Endoni, 6 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Agwey (Niger Left Bank, No. 11) (West Africa), signed at Agwey, 7 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Monaka and Osomari (Niger Left Bank. No. 8) (West Africa), signed at Osomari, 9 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Ogu (Niger Left Bank No. 10) (West Africa), signed at Ogu, 10 November 1884

Treaty between Great Britain and Ishukwe and Ase (Niger Left Bank No. 12) (West Africa), signed at Ishukwe, 10 November 1884

 

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