2 edition of correspondence with the Colonial Office found in the catalog.
correspondence with the Colonial Office
Bound with Bettridge, W.C. A brief history of the Church in Upper Canada, 1838.
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First, the book has a unity as it stands and, secondly, the sheer volume of correspondence after presents a forbidding task of reading and analysis. Moreover, at the time of writing, it seemed probable that the late Dr. Eveline Martin would complete the study of the administrative career of Sir James Stephen that she was so eminently. LONDON, May 1 -- The correspondence exchanged between the Board of Agriculture and the Colonial office concerning the admission of Canadian cattle into Great Britain was made public to-day by the. Digital edition of the documents in Colonial Office (CO) 5 at the UK National Archives. CO 5 constitutes the original correspondence of the colonial governments with the Board of Trade, the Secretary of State for the Southern Department and the Secretary of State for the Colonies, together holding responsibility for the British possessions in mainland North America and the : Steven Knowlton. This paper will provide an overview of Brady's correspondence with the Colonial Secretary's Office from , the years in which he had sole control over the diocese prior to the appointment of Bishop Serra as an coadjutor bishop of Perth.
Colonial women who boycotted british items, making tea and weaving cloth to use instead of british wool what was the purpose of the committees of Correspondence? members corresponded or wrote to other town members about local events. the letters were delivered by express riders.
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This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages Copy Or Extracts Of Correspondence Between The Colonial Office, The Government Of The Canadian Dominion And The Hudson's Bay Company Relating To The. CO British Colonial Office Palestine Correspondence [microform] Microfilm  reels Printed guide: ZH55xB "This file contains all the communications between the Colonial Office, which supervised the Mandate, and British officials and correspondence with the Colonial Office book commissions in Palestine." Covers CO Confidential print: Africa.
[microform]Author: Alain St. Pierre. Series 2, Letterbooks, Forty-one letterbooks dating fromwhen Washington was a young colonial officer in the French and Indian War, tohis. Get this from a library. Colonial Office correspondence, and [Great Britain. Colonial Office.; Canada.].
Description: Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence relating to the administration of individual colonies. Also includes a few records of governments of. The Dominions Office and Colonial Office List Comprising Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the Overseas Dominions and Colonial Dependencies of Great Britain.
Brit Volume: () (Reprint) and a great selection of related books, art. Colonial Office; Format: Book, Microform, Online; 8 p. Colonial Office correspondence, and [microform] | National Library of Australia National Library correspondence with the Colonial Office book Australia.
•Mostly located in HBC Correspondence with the Colonial Office book in Winnipeg •GR Transcripts of correspondence between Colonial Office and the HBC relating to the conveyance, settlement, and re-conveyance of Vancouver Island •“Old MSS” A/ and A/E records including Fort Vancouver, Fort Victoria, HBC Land Office, James Douglas (originals and/or transcripts) •Record of individuals associated with correspondence with the Colonial Office book, e.g.
James Murray Yale File Size: KB. COLONIAL OFFICE CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO BRUNEI 'DESTROYED UNDER STATUTE' – AVM Horton ABSTRACT In this paper the author scans the registers of correspondence relating to Brunei (–34) held in the National Archives at Kew.
An annotated checklist of documents is provided. It is concluded that useful data can beAuthor: Avm Horton. The Colonial Office was a government department of the Kingdom of Great Britain and later of the United Kingdom, first created to deal with the colonial affairs of British North America but needed also to oversee the increasing number of colonies of the British e its name, the Colonial Office was never responsible for all Britain's Imperial territories; for example protectorates.
The Colonial Office correspondence series continue afterwhile the Dominions Office correspondence is all placed in series DO As the titles of Colonial Office correspondence files. Entry Books were used to record correspondence going in correspondence with the Colonial Office book out of the Colonial Office, although from they only record items going out.
They contain full copies or summarised versions of despatches, letters, reports, petitions, commissions and instructions. Colonial Office entry books are in CO Board of Trade responsibilities for colonial affairs before Chief Clerk's and General Departments Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence.
Palestine: Correspondence with the Palestine Arab delegation and the Zionist Organisation. Presented to Parliament by command of His Majesty June, [Great Britain. Colonial Office.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Books shelved as correspondence with the Colonial Office book 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff, Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke, The Guernsey Literary and Potato.
The organization and arrangement of Colonial Office records was simple, yet utilitarian. The papers were first arranged by geographical area after which they were subdivided internally by type of record.
The usual groupings were: Correspondence (in-letters), Entry Books (out-letters), Acts, Sessional Papers, Government Gazettes, and Miscellanea. Entry Books Correspondence from the Colonial Office to any government body.
Contains instructions, petitions, letters, reports, commissions, and land patents. Acts Copies of local acts and ordinances. Sessional Papers. Inthis office was divided into two and a new Colonial Office was created to deal with colonial needs, and this new office was assigned to the Secretary of State for the Colonies.
This collection consists of transcripts from some entry books. Colonial Office. 2 editions - first published in Read Listen Further correspondence with the governments of Canada, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland, respecting the Treaty of Washington.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Colonial Office. Correspondence Respecting Swaziland, Great Britain. Colonial Office: Author: Great Britain.
Colonial Office. CO - Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies. Division within CO - Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence.
CO 28 - Colonial Office and predecessors: Barbados, Original Correspondence. Correspondence of the Colonial Office relating to South Australia. Records filmed by the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP) include: correspondence of the Colonial Office consisting of despatches and their enclosures, reports and other papers from Governors, letters from public offices in the United Kingdom and letters from individuals, societies and companies in the United Kingdom and South Australia.
The Original Correspondence, or in-letters, are those sent from the colony to Great Britain, and are one of 6 groups of documents pertaining to a colony. The others are: Entry Books (out-letters from Britain), Acts, Sessional Papers (printed proceedings of local legislatures), Government Gazettes (official government newspapers), and Miscellanea.
Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence relating to the administration of individual colonies.
Also includes a few records of governments of colonial and mandated territories that were sent to London for various reasons. This collection consists of letter books of despatches to the Colonial Office from the Lieutenant Governor, Upper Canada, the Governor in Lower Canada, the Governor-in-Chief, Province of Canada, and the Governor General, Dominion of Canada.
Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Correspondence with the government of Canada in connection with the appointment of the joint commission and the Treaty of Washington presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, April, The records consist of fifty-five volumes (volumesof 1, volumes) of correspondence and entry books relating to British colonies in North America, particularly New England.
Great Britain. Colonial Office. and Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Van Diemen's Land: copies of all correspondence with the Colonial Office, on the subject of the official notice of the Comptroller-General of Van Diemen's Land Junerelative to convicts who were holders of conditional pardons House of Commons [London.
Colonial Office: Canada and British Columbia [electronic resource]: copy of all correspondence, from the 1st day of January to the present time, between the Colonial Office and the Hudson's Bay Company or other parties, relative to a road and telegraph from Canada to British Columbia, and the transfer of the property and rights of the.
AJCP Reel No: ), (from Records of the Colonial Office / Correspondence with the colonies: Entry books and registers of correspondence (CO) / New South Wales: Original Correspondence (CO ) / Correspondence, Original - Secretary of State (Pieces: )) Other Contributors.
Colonial Office. Great Britain Physical Description. Entry Books were used to record correspondence going in and out of the Colonial Office, although from they only record items going out.
They contain full copies or summarised versions of despatches, letters, reports, petitions, commissions and instructions. Central Directorate for the Colonies, The Colonial Office: Book acquisitions ( - ) Central Directorate for the Colonies, The Colonial Office: The West Indian Recruitment Office: Book of correspondence with the Board of Military Supplies ( - ) The West Indian Recruitment Office: Books of correspondence ( - ).
The entry books represent another five volumes consisting of letters and other materials from the Colonial Office and related organizations dealing with emigration. What You May Find in These Records While some of the correspondence relates to immigration in general, this database also includes letters from many individuals requesting.
Registers of correspondence – these are most useful as finding aids for original correspondence. Entry books and out letters – volumes of letters sent out by the Colonial Office to governments, officials and individuals between the 17th century and Blue Books – the books record population, education, employment, religion and import.
Page - the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, the Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, the Master-General, and the rest of the principal Officers of the Ordnance, and His Majesty's Secretary at War, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively.
Port Jackson,(File 4. AJCP Reel No: 2), (from Records of the Colonial Office / Correspondence with the colonies: Entry books and registers of correspondence (CO) / New South Wales: Original Correspondence (CO ) / Correspondence, Original - Secretary of State (Pieces: )) Other Contributors.
Colonial Office. Great Britain. Correspondence With the Colonial Office, and Report of the North American Colonial Society of Glasgow.
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You will easily to buy that book in the book retail outlet or you can. This module charts the upheavals of the s and s which saw the throwing off of British rule in the Thirteen Colonies. Contents include volumes of intercepted letters between colonists, the military correspondence of the British commanders in the field, and material produced by the Ordnance Office and the office of the Secretary at War, as well as two copies of the ‘Dunlap’ edition.
Get this from a library. Colonies, general, original correspondence: CO [Great Britain. Colonial Office,; National Archives (Great Britain),] -- Description: This series contains general records relating to the colonies.
It includes: the records formerly known as 'Plantations General' among the Board of Trade correspondence, to ; Law. Canada and British Columbia [microform]: copy of all correspondence, from the 1st day of January to the present time, between the Colonial Office and the Hudson's Bay Company or other parties, relative to a road and telegraph from Canada to British 3/ /5(5).
Correspondence of pdf Colonial Office, London, and the governments of the province of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island on the Quebec Conference of 32 NotesPages: The Colonial Office was the Department responsible for the administration of the Crown colonies and constitutes the largest group of records filmed by the AJCP.
Despatches between the Colonial Office in London and the Colonial Governors are of most interest, detailing all aspects of colonial Author: Simon Grigg. The work of the Colonial Office was based on the ebook word - correspondence to and from colonial governors, other government offices, non-governmental organisations, and individuals.
Thus the bulk of the work came from 'a despatch, a petition, a Pages: