General reports of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners with appendices

[twenty-fifth to twenty-sixth reports]. by Great Britain. Colonial Land and Emigration Commission.

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SeriesBritish parliamentary papers -- 16, 1865 ((3526)) -- vol.18, 1866 ((3679)) -- vol.17
The Physical Object
Pagination(5),354179p. ;
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Open LibraryOL22217271M
ISBN 100716507358

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  The government's decision to form a general Colonial Land and Emigration Commission in January was therefore welcomed by Torrens, and as one of its three members his salary increased to £ By June the rosy prospects were dimmed. Although emigration was proceeding at a great rate, land sales had collapsed. Lord Stanley. said, that although on the part of her Majesty's Government he had given no sanction to the reports which had been alluded to last night by the noble Lord who had preceded him in the Colonial Department, of an extensive scheme of emigration, with regard to which he had received various suggestions of an extensive and important character, yet the House would think that he was only. EarlyEighteenthCentury PalatineEmigration ABritishGovernmentRedemptioner ProjecttoManufacture NavalStores By WalterAllenKnittle,Ph.D DepartmentofHistory CollegeoftheCityofNewYork WithaForewordby DixonRyanFox ID DDD DDD OQO 1L DDD DDD 01 Dorrance&Company Philadelphia. THIS ARTICLE DESCRIBES a selection of key government and official material relating to the management and administration of Indigenous Victorians held in the collections of the State Library of Victoria, together with links to select digitised external resources.1 Tracing bureaucratic practice and government legislation from the beginning of European settlement in Victoria creates a detailed.

Treasury. But there was no general departure from this principle, no acceptance of the idea that British taxpayers should normally and regularly contribute to colonial development, until the Colonial Development Act of and, on a larger scale, the Colonial Development and File Size: 4MB. Government Railroad Commissioners Reports for the Entire CPRR Line, Sacramento to Promontory. September 8, ­ Courtesy of Lynn D. Farrar. Settlement of: land policy of Massachusetts towards, 24–34; master’s bond for foreigners needed for, –; land grants and taxation in, ; Quakers in, –; land prices in, on rivers, ; on uncultivated lands in settled townships, –; land improvement in, – Reports and Papers relating to the Proceedings of the Committee of ‘Mr. Tuke’s Fund,’ For assisting Emigration from Ireland, during the years , , and Also Report on Distribution of Seed Potatoes in Achill and West of Ireland, in , with suggestions for Permanent Relief; and Letters from Donegal and reports of Success of.

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD ( pages) Year: () ISBN: Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia This official report, the 10th general report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, will give useful insight to family and general historians of.

Full text of "Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners: tenth report,with appendices" See other formats. 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. Full text of "Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners: ninth report, " 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 “.].

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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.

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 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. 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.

Emigration. Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, Dated 9 July Evidence before the Select Committee of the House of Lords on Colonisation from Ireland, Fifth General Report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Com- missioners.

Hansard, 2nd Series, Volpp. and   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 General Land Office: Land claims in Missouri: arguments, etc.: letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a communication from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, accompanied by opinions and arguments respecting claims to land in Missouri, embraced in the reports of the Board of Commissioners at St.

Louis, &c. The California Land Act of (9 Stat. ), enacted following the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and the admission of California as a state inestablished a three-member Public Land Commission to determine the validity of prior Spanish and Mexican land grants.

It required landowners who claimed title under the Mexican government to file their claim with a commission within two years. Category Archives: Irish female emigration to Australia They have been sent to this colony at an expense of nearly £20 per head by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners.

By a fiction in which these Commissioners are fond of indulging, they are called “domestic servants”, and have been ostensibly shipped to these shores for the. Title: Colonization circular [computer file] / issued by Her Majesty's Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners.: Life dates: No.

1 (13th May )-[] (Volumes / issues available) Published: London: Charles Knight and Co., [] ; (London: Printed by Order of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners by W.

Clowes and Sons). Fourth Annual Report Of The Colonization Commissioners For South Australia To Her Majesty's Principal Secretary Of State For The Colonies: [South Australian Colonization Commission, Great Britain.

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The New York State Library has the Annual Report of the Adjutant General. Volumes. (Albany, New York: State printers, –;, and in Family History Library book M2n; on film item 3). The reports give the names of commissioned officers serving in the militia (later the National Guard).

Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Microform, Online; 18 p. Colonial Office. & Great Britain. Emigration Commission. Information published by His Majesty's Commissioners for Emigration, respecting the British colonies in North America.

London: C. Knight, publisher to the Society for the. The papers in the Colonial Secretary: Letters from individuals re Land, include letters from individuals, memoranda, reports, applications and petitions, relating to the grant, purchase, rent or lease of land in the colony.

Some letters were originally addressed to the Surveyor General and passed on to the Colonial Secretary. This is a collection of free, online New York Genealogy Records and record sites. Some of these collections are searchable indexes, others are digitized images that need to be scrolled through page by page.

In collections of images, look at the first and last image to see if there’s an index for the record set. 2 Report of the Commissioner General of Immigration [J ] rivals ofor percent. Of the total arrivalswere admitted, rejected and returned to the countries whence they came. Of those admittedwere immi-grant aliens, i.e., those coming here for permanent resi.

Law office’s reports on colonial acts re Mediterranean, Africa, etc., North Australia entry books of correspondence: letters from the Secretary of State (despatches), Ordnance Office in-letters, New South Wales, Offices Madrid: +34 ; Offices Barcelona: +34 © Colonial Av.

Diagonal Barcelona. d.—no. pondence of the new zealand emigration board, relative to the despatch of emigrants to new ted to both rouses of the. The Loyalists of Massachusetts and the Other Side of the American Revolution James H.

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PPxxxi (), Correspondence relating to Emigration between Colonial Office and Authorities in Colonies, on consequences of Emigration. PPxxv (); PPxxix (), Annual Report of the Commissioners for Crown Land and Emigration.

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Contributor: Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section - Great Britain. Directorate of Colonial Surveys. A significant publication in the early history of South Australia, being the first report of the Colonization Commission tasked with selling land in the infant colony to provide the capital for colonial development.

The sale of land in South Australia owed much to the 'science of colonial management' propounded by Edward Wakefield Gibbon, and. The accompanying reports from Commissioners of Crown Lands upon claims made under " The Naval and Military Settlers' and Volunteers' Land Act, ," are forwarded to His Excellency the Governor, in pursuance of the provisions of section 8 of that Act.


(Pursuant to Act 4 & 5 Will. 4. c. ) NOTE. APPENDICES. This was later amended. According to die Rule Book: ‘Railway Fare of Members and Families emigrating (was) paid to any port of embarkation. When two or more children under 12 years of age in a family Emigrating, 10s.

to each family. When four or more under 12 – 20s. to each family.’ Rule Book at Public Record Office, F.S/Cited by: 4.