3 edition of General reports of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners found in the catalog.
General reports of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners
Great Britain. Colonial Land and Emigration Commission.
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Return to an address to the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 6 August , for copies of any general report or reports addressed to the Secretary of State, by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, since the commencement of the presen. Colonial Land and Emigration Offce Park Street, Westminister 3rd February, Sir, I am directed by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners to acquaint you for the information of the Lieut. Governor that they have chartered the ‘Marion’ for the conveyance of Emigrants to South Australia to sail from Plymouth about the 6 th of Size: KB.
The New Zealand Company, chartered in the United Kingdom, was a company that existed in the first half of the s on a business model focused on the systematic colonisation of New company was formed to carry out the principles devised by Edward Gibbon Wakefield, who envisaged the creation of a new-model English society in the southern hemisphere. In January , Lord John Russell appointed the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners replacing both the Agent General and South Australian colonization commissioners. It was charged with collecting and disseminating accurate information on the colonies, with the sale in Great Britain of colonial waste lands and with the application of.
In as secretary for the Emigration Commission he had helped to collect and disseminate information on all the British colonies. Now he resumed charge of the general emigration correspondence, and chartered ships for assisted migrants to Australia. His duties increased when the Colonial Land and Emigration Commission was created in SIR: During the year ending 30th June, , there have been returned to this office as surveyed 7,, acres, and for the quarter ending Septem , an additional area of , acres making an aggregate of acres returned surveyed since J , and not yet offered of 8,, this may be added lands surveyed prior to July 1, , and not yet offered, the.
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Resources about Great Britain. Colonial Land and Emigration Commission. () Index to the first seven General Reports of the Colonial, Land and Emigration Commissioners, to and to the instructions to the commissioners from the Secretary of State Great Britain. Colonial Land and Emigration Commission.
This official report, the 10th general report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, will give useful insight to family and general historians of the state of the various colonies in This covers the first 58 pages of this volume.
Return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 6 Augustfor copies of any general report or reports addressed to the Secretary of State, by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, since the commencement of the present year.
A Colonial Land and Emigration Commission was created in to undertake the duties of two earlier and overlapping authorities under the supervision of the secretary of state: the Colonisation Commissioners for South Australia and the Agent General for Emigration.
In it became the Emigration Commission. Get this from a library. The first seven general reports of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, to to which are prefixed the instructions to the commissioners from the secretary of state, dated 14 Jan.
[John Russell Russell, Earl; Great Britain. Colonial Land and Emigration Commission.]. Full text of "Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners: ninth report, " See other formats. Full text of "Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners: tenth report,with appendices" See other formats.
[e.g. Governor H.E.F. Young’s report on the Roman Emperor, 9th General report of Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners (CLEC) Appen HC 22 1– “ the first twenty who entered into service conducted themselves so creditably as to create a feeling as much in favour of the emigrants as it had been before adverse “.].
Issued by her Majesty's Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners. 1, 13 May - Document Type: Report; Printed Book The First Seven General Reports of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners to Comprehensive and reliable data relating to New Zealand’s population growth during the crown colony period are lacking.
The European population of New Zealand was counted The Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners published separate data of emigration to New General reports of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, Size: KB.
emigration-depOts at London, Plymouth, and Liverpool ; the two for- mer to contain sleeping accommodation for each, the last for Thus, it would seem, the Commissioners are preparing obstinately to ad- here, for another twelvemonth, to the system which drags emigrants to a --few centres ; instead of distributing over the country a proper machinery of inspection, and seeking both emigrants.
The General Land Office was an independent agency of the United States government responsible for public domain lands in the United was created inand it merged with the United States Grazing Service in to become the Bureau of Land official in charge of the agency was called the Commissioner of the General Land Office, appointed by the President and.
THERE IS CORN IN EGYPT: GET YOU DOWN THITHER. The Highlands and Islands Emigration Society and Van Diemen's Land, by Hugh Campbell Introduction.
The characters in this story are fifteen poor crofter and cottar families from the far northwest of Scotland and some of the officials, great and small, who helped them come to Tasmania.
Emigration: return to an address to His Majesty, dated 21 Julyfor, copies or extracts of any correspondence between the secretary of state and the governors of the British colonies, respecting emigration, and the disposal of Crown lands, not already presented to this House, also, so much of two despatches from Colonel Arthur to Viscount Goderich, dated 9 Julyand 28 June.
17 Colonial Land and Emigration Commission, Twelfth general report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, [C ], H.C.,13–14; Keljik, Jonathan, ‘ Canadians’ consternation: Irish immigration, competition, and Canada’s relationship to the United States and the British empire in the s ’, 49th Parallel: an Cited by: 4.
The Government Emigration Agent in was Lieut. Carew, R.N., and he told a health inquiry that the depot, capable of holding emigrants, was supported by the Colonial Land Funds in Australia.
Only those with an emigration order were admitted, and a vast number came from Ireland. Eliot’s office as Agent-General for Emigration was also abolished, and its functions transferred to the Colonial Land and Emigration Commission, but the flow from Scotland continued under the new system, by which the selection of the emigrants was made by private operators.
The Land and Emigration Commissioners were charged with British emigration. In a report dated 1 August to Under Secretary Merivale, the commissioners advised that they had received recent, urgent representations on behalf of New South Wales for emigrant vessels to Builder: Sunderland.
Parliamentary PapersXXVIII 1, 14th General Report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, Appen pp. Some of the figures are quite difficult to read on the Recordak microprint of the report available at most large university libraries, and a photocopy of the "original" report ordered from the Public Record.
While the book had a lot of evident research, there were huge holes in it. Mainly the emigration to America into the Philadelphia, PA and New Castle, DE areas of the Mid's. Otherwise, this book will prove valuable to the researcher who wants background information of the likely causation of the by:.
Colonial Office: Return to an address of the Honorable House of Commons, dated 5 Augustfor copy or extracts of correspondence between the Colonial Office, the Government of the Canadian Dominion, and the Hudson's Bay Company, relating to the surrender of Rupert's Land by the Hudson's Bay Company, and for the Admission thereof into the.Pauper Emigration under the New Poor law Inthe year before the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act, the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners (CLEC) were set up to manage the programme of emigration to Britain's colonies (Canada, Australia, New Zealand etc.).
Booth's book In Darkest England and the Way Out, which.The collection combines The National Archives record series CO 1 with the Calendar of State Papers, Colonial and some parts of CO 5 and CO (see below).
Records at The National Archives. The following record series are available at The National Archives in Kew.