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Martin Ward

:339–369), 2 or as controversial as the £16,000 given by “friends of the CMS ” in Britain in 1891 to enable the Imperial British East Africa Company to extend its stay in Uganda for an extra year whilst waiting for the intervention and support of the British government (Stanley 1990:129). Nevertheless this

Todd Johnson and Peter F. Crossing

vegetarianism). Throughout their history, Jains lived almost exclusively in India. Kenya was one of the few places in the world outside India with a Jain population in the early twentieth century. By 1970 Jains had migrated around the world, with communities appearing in East Africa (32,800), Northern Europe (4