And, at some risk, to Fort Goldie, 30 m.
Nearly at the same time a young Englishman, George Goldie-Taubman, afterwards better known as Sir George Goldie (q.v.), having some private interests on the Niger, conceived the idea of amalgamating all local British interests and creating a British province on the Niger.
When, on the surrender of the charter, Sir George Goldie withdrew from the company, the administrative element disappeared.
Vandeleur, Campaigning on the Upper Nile and Niger (London, 1898), with introduction by Sir George Goldie; Major A.