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investigated in 1863 by Sir Thomas Richard Fraser. The bean usually contains a little more than 1% of alkaloids. Of these two have been identified, one called calabarine with atropine-like effects, and the other, now a highly important drug, known as physostigmine, used in the treatment of anticholinergic syndrome, myasthenia gravis, glaucoma and delayed gastric emptying. He decided to tour Europe, and after visiting Greece (Olympic Games) and Germany (gambling


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(possibly as concubines).


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of the material. There are a lot of artifacts relating to the production of palm oil in the back which are fascinating too. *


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of the material. There are a lot of artifacts relating to the production of palm oil in the back which are fascinating too. *

professional tailors who can make wonderful clothing from linens etc. For those of us that we haven't tasted fresh live fish, you can get it direct from the sea. * A and A Farms, Ikot nakanda, akpabuyo, Tel: +234 (0)806 951-3512 Email:info@aandafarms.net), Poultry, fishery, Piggery, Feedmill. Eat * Go to '''Bogobiri Corner''' and enjoy suya from the many vendors. * '''Freddies Restaurant''' is the local eaterie. Run by Ellie and a very professional staff

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(possibly as concubines).


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and published. This diary records his interactions with British merchants to whom he sold slaves; he writes about wearing "white man trousers" and entertaining the merchants he traded with.


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: books.google.com books?id 1UeW6zHYT30C&pg PA412 * £5 note featuring Robert Burns on the obverse and a vignette of a field mouse from Burns' poem ''To a Mouse'' on the reverse * £10 note featuring Mary Slessor on the front and a vignette of a map of Calabar and African missionary scenes on the back * £20 note featuring Robert the Bruce on the front and a vignette of the Bruce on horseback with the Monymusk Reliquary against

a background of Stirling Castle on the back - CBQ DNCA Calabar Airport Calabar, Nigeria - *Adolo (1848–1888) *Ovonramwen Nogbaisi (Ovonramwen) (1888–1914) (exiled to Calabar by the British (British Empire) in 1897) * Buenos Aires, Argentina * Calabar, Nigeria * Cabinda (Cabinda (city)), Angola * 5 pound note featuring Robert Burns on the obverse and a vignette of a field mouse from Burns' poem '' To a Mouse

'' on the reverse * 10 pound note featuring Mary Slessor on the front and a vignette of a map of Calabar and African missionary scenes on the back * 20 pound note featuring Robert the Bruce on the front and a vignette of the Bruce on horseback with the Monymusk Reliquary against a background of Stirling Castle on the back Although several Scottish missionaries arrived in Calabar in 1848, the British did not firmly establish control until 1904


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Situation in Cross River State of Nigeria and Its Implication for Socio-Economic Development: Observations from the 1991 and 2006 Censuses author Simon O. Ering url http: jeteraps.scholarlinkresearch.org articles THE%20POPULATION%20SITUATION%20IN%20CROSS%20RIVER%20STATE_OCTOBER-1.pdf year 2010 History The original town was known as Akwa Akpa from the Efik (Efik people (West Africa)) words ''Akwa'' and ''Akpa''. ref name "afigbo" >

; ref Old Calabar (Duke Town) and Creek Town, 10 miles northeast, were crucial towns in the trade of slaves (Atlantic slave trade) in that era. The first British warship to sail as far as Duke Town, where she captured seven Spanish and Portuguese slavers, may have been in 1815. Marshall (1835), Vol. 4, Part 2, p.129. The main ethnic group taken out of Calabar as slaves were the Igbo (Igbo people), from the neighboring Igbo

precipitation inch 116.5 source 1 Weatherbase Political authority Calabar has three principal landlord kingdoms, namely The Qua Kingdom of Ejagham (Ekoi (Ekoi people)) bantu origin


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, was mostly derived from its economic and religious position. With European colonists on their way at the end of the 19th century, things changed. '''FA Cup''' *1954 : '''Calabar''' 3-0 Kano Pillars F.C. *1955 : '''Port Harcourt FC''' 4-1 Warri The '''Efik''' are an ethnic group located primarily in southeastern Nigeria. 'Efik' is also the name of their language which is a variation of the Ibibio language. The Efik migrated down the Cross River (Cross River (Nigeria)) from

Calabar

'''Calabar''' (also referred to as 'Canaan City') The city is watered by the Calabar (Calabar River) and Great Kwa (Great Kwa River) Rivers and creeks of the Cross River (Cross River (Nigeria)) (from its inland delta).

Calabar is the capital of Cross River State. For the purpose of administration, the city is divided into Calabar Municipal and Calabar South LGAs (Local Government Areas of Nigeria). It has an area of 406 km² and a population of 371,022 at the 2006 census.

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