2 edition of Colonial Office officials found in the catalog.
Colonial Office officials
John Christopher Sainty
by University of London Institute of Historical Research in London
Written in English
Cover title: Office-holders - Colonial Office 1794-1870.
|Statement||compiled by J.C. Sainty.|
|Series||Office-holders in modern Britain -- 6|
Colonial Office officials: officials of the Secretary of State for War , of the Secretary of State for War and Colonies , and of the Secretary of State for Colonies by John Christopher Sainty (Book). (The War Office was separated from the Colonial Office in ) The Colonial Office was responsible for the administration of the Crown colonies and for communications between Britain and self-governing colonies, and its records therefore contain an enormous amount of information on the six Australian colonies, New Zealand, New Guinea and Fiji.
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. The Colonial Office was the British Government department chiefly responsible for the administration of the Crown colonies, communications between Britain and self-governing colonies and for the formulation of imperial policy. Its records contain an enormous amount of information on the six Australian colonies, New Zealand, New Guinea and Fiji.A digitised copy of Part 2 of the Handbook is.
Book Description: This book explores the making of public policy for Hong Kong between and During much of this period, the Hong Kong government had limited policymaking capabilities. Many new policies followed initiatives either from the Colonial Office or from politicians in Hong Kong. The Colonial entry-books; a brief guide to the colonial records in the Public Record Office before Item Preview remove-circle Share or .
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Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 4, Royal Instructions and Commissions to Colonial Officials, Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 5.
The American Revolution, Material from the British Colonial Office (CO 5).Author: Alain St. Pierre. The Colonial Office List - Ebook written by Great Britain. Colonial Office. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Colonial Office List.
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.
reports of officials; Book a study room. The library has study rooms available for : Simon Grigg. 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 and export statistics for each colony.
They also hold lists of public employees. Statistics of the Colonies of the British Empire in the West Indies, South America, North America, Asia, Australia, Asia, Africa and Europe : From the Official Records of the Colonial Office \ Robert Montgomery Martin.
Colonial Office: British Columbia [electronic resource]: return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 2 July ; for, "Copy or extracts of correspondence between governor Kennedy of Vancouver Island, governor Seymour of British Columbia, and the Colonial Office, on the subject of a site for the capital of British.
Great Britain controlled the largest portion of territory, with its Colonial Regulations requiring an ‘Annual Blue Book’ to be transmitted from each colony to the British Colonial Office. The Blue Book was an attempt to standardise statistical reports, primarily covering economic development as well as demographic, ecclesiastical and public.
The remainder of the Directory(Sections E-J) relate to the Colonial Office and the India Office. Section E is an alphabetical list of Colonial officials from until the date of a colony’s independence and of Colonial Office senior officials, with the posts held by each.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office, War and Colonial Department, Physical description: series Access conditions: Open unless otherwise stated Immediate source of acquisition: from Foreign and Commonwealth Office. from Commonwealth Office. from Colonial Office.
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Great Britain. Colonial Office. Harrison, - Great Britain. 0 Reviews. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a. The Dominions office and Colonial office list comprising historical and statistical information respecting the oversea dominions and colonial dependencies of Great Britain by Anonymous and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at An author beginning a book about the Colonial Office might fairly claim to invoke the patronage of some at least of the Muses: of Clio, certainly, who has charge of history, and of Urania who oversees the globe; of Calliope, noblest of the Nine, the epic Muse; of Thalia, too, and of Melpomene, for comedy and tragedy both have their places in the story.
These included the ‘Blue Books’, or annual statistical returns from the Colonies. The Librarian was also responsible for the Legislative Acts, Proceedings and Government Gazettes. Following regulations passed inthe Colonial Governors were instructed to send annual reports to the Colonial Office.
The Colonial Office and Nigeria, To fully explain what the Colonial Office did for Nigeria it is necessary to know both the workers and the context of their work.
Therefore this chapter describes and explains the Colonial Office its organisation, its purpose, and its procedures - Pages: Get this from a library. Colonial Office officials: officials of the Secretary of State for Warof the Secretary of State for War and Coloniesand of the Secretary of State for Colonies [John Christopher Sainty].
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Jamaican immigrants being addressed shortly after their arrival in Tilbury by RAF officials from the Colonial Office in Photograph: PA. Office-Holders In Modern Britain VI Colonial Office Officials Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from other_meta_binding "Please retry" — — $ HardcoverManufacturer: University of London Press. First Colonial Office (–)  Prior toresponsibility for the affairs of the British colonies was part of the duties of the Secretary of State for the Southern Department and a committee of the Privy Council known as the Board of Trade and Plantations.
In the separate American or Colonial Department was established, in order to deal with colonial affairs in British North. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), commonly called the Foreign Office (which was the formal name of its predecessor until ), or British Foreign Office, is a department of the Government of the United Septemberthe FCO will be merged to create the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and the Foreign Secretary's responsibilities will merge with that of.
am: Today the Foreign Office has made public the first batch of thousands of "lost" colonial-era files believed to have been destroyed.
The documents were secretly sent .•Between Colonial Office and HBC officials (in London or in BC) •May include enclosures such as maps, reports, statistics, etc.
Government Records – •CO Letter book copies of despatches from Colonial Office to governors of Colony of BC or to others relating to colony •CO Letter book copies of despatches from Colonial.
This book explores the making of public policy for Hong Kong between and During much of this period, the Hong Kong government had limited policymaking capabilities. Many new policies followed initiatives either from the Colonial Office or from politicians in Hong s: 1.