Browse by Addressee

Photograph of David Livingstone and Anna M. Livingstone, c.1857-1866. Copyright Wellcome Library, London. CC BY 4.0

Cite page (MLA): "Browse by Addressee." Livingstone Online. Adrian S. Wisnicki and Megan Ward, dirs. University of Maryland Libraries, 2018. Web.

This page allows users to browse our digital collection by the individuals to whom the given items are addressed. Note: this section to does not provide access to all the items in our digital collection as some items (e.g., maps, diaries, etc.) do not have an addressee.

  • Tavares de Almeida, Antonio (4) - Named Governor of Tete and Sena in 1859. Held this office until after the Zambezi Expedition was recalled.
  • Tavares de Almeida, Joao (1) - Governor General of Mozambique 1856-64. Seizure of the "Charles et Georges" produced a temporary strain in Luso-French and Luso-British relations.
  • Taylor, Wilbraham, 1816-1895 (5) - Proprietor of Hadley Hurst, Barnet. Neighbor of Livingstone in 1857. Served for a time as secretary of the Church Protestant Defence Society.
  • The Times, Editor of (12)
  • Thom/Thorn, John (1)
  • Thompson, William, 1811-1889 (27) - Missionary in South India 1836-48. Agent of the London Missionary Society in Cape Town 1850-88.
  • Thornton, George (6) - Brother of Richard Thornton, who assumed control of Richard's papers, effects, and financial affairs following his death.
  • Thornton, Richard, 1838-1863 (13) - Geologist to the Zambezi Expedition. Dismissed by Livingstone for laziness. Joined Klaus van der Decken in exploring and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in 1861-62. Eventually returned to the Zambezi and worked in conjunction with Livingstone's expedition.
  • Tidman, Arthur, 1792-1868 (50) - Congregational minister at Salisbury 1814-18. Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society 1839-68, and Livingstone's principle correspondent in the Society.
  • Torresao, Jose (1)
  • Toynbee, Henry (5) - Meteorologist. After 33 years of experience at sea, worked for the Meteorological Office, and published various works on meteorology.
  • Tozer, William G., 1829/30-1899 (3) - Bishop of Universities' Mission to Central Africa 1862-63, Zanzibar 1863-73, Jamaica 1879-80, and Honduras 1880-81. Livingstone never forgave him for moving the Universities' Mission to Central Africa from the Shire highlands and Morambala to Zanzibar in 1862-63.
  • Trotter, Henry D., 1802-1859 (1) - Captain, R.N., 1835. In command of Niger Expedition in 1841. Commander at the Cape of Good Hope 1856-57. Rear Admiral 1857.
  • Turner, James A., 1797-1869 (8) - Cotton manufacturer in Manchester. Had great interest in the Zambezi Expedition. Represented Manchester in Parliament 1857-65.
  • Turner, Mrs. J.A. (1) - Wife of James A. Turner.
  • Tweedie, William K., 1803-1863 (1) - Convenor of Foreign Missions Committee, Free Church of Scotland.