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She felt the relationship to be a true one, in contradistinction to the more usual form of protectorate of woman to child.
The government capital of the protectorate, however, is Zomba, at the base of the mountain of that name.
In 1904 the administration of the protectorate, originally directed by the foreign office, was transferred to the colonial office.
It is known as the Goro Escarpment, and at its eastern end it forms the boundary between the protectorate and Abyssinia.
There is a police force of about 2000 men, and two battalions of the King's African Rifles are stationed in the protectorate.
A cable connecting Mombasa with Zanzibar puts the protectorate in direct telegraphic communication with the rest of the world.
The coast lands apart, the protectorate was regarded as valuable chiefly as being the high road to Uganda.
The territory, hitherto known as "Ibea," from the initials of the company, was now styled the East Africa protectorate.
Meantime, in April 1905, the administration of the protectorate had been transferred from the foreign to the colonial office.
It is, I believe, the earliest existing mention of any scheme for a French protectorate in Tuscany.

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