The Resource British colonization and coloured tribes, by S. Bannister

British colonization and coloured tribes, by S. Bannister

Label
British colonization and coloured tribes
Title
British colonization and coloured tribes
Statement of responsibility
by S. Bannister
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Critical historical review of the British colonial administration of Indigenous peoples: includes brief references to Australia; p. 134f critique of Mitchell; p.246-247 general reference to massacres in NSW, 1862 ordered by Darling; removal of the Tasmanians; p.283 general reference to the appointment of protectors; recommendations
Action
  • Description: Fixed back case binding, published 1838, faded blue cloth with blind tooling back and front boards with gold titling on spine. 195 x 120 x 20 mm. Light to medium weight cream coloured rag wove paper,
  • Condition: (21/06/2005) Extensive cracking of cloth along grooves and some wear on all corners. Slight cupping of both boards. Old repair evident at both head and tail of spine. Text block in good condition apart from foxing on first and last sections and endpapers.
  • Treatment: 21/06/2005) consolidation of spine cloth using wheat paste and tinted (acrylic) Japanese tissue and cloth at tail of spine.
Additional physical form
Also available electronically at Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/texts (scanned by Google Books)
Cataloging source
ANL
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1790-1877
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Bannister, Saxe
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Mitchell, Thomas
  • Colonization
  • Indigenous peoples
Label
British colonization and coloured tribes, by S. Bannister
Link
https://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/catalogue_resources/r000002982399.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Ferguson no. 2438
  • Held in rare book cupboard
Contents
Extermination of the coloured races in British colonies threatened -- Character of the coloured races -- Dawning of public opinion. Principles of universal peace, proposed by Edward the Sixth 1490 to 1553 -- Humane views of Edward the Sixth not followed up: 1553 to 1584 -- Mixture of good and bad principles. Fatal results 1584 to 1620 -- Public opinion. Lord Bacon and Sir William Monson 1560 to 1620 -- Origin of protestant missionary efforts and their effects 1620 to 1690 -- Plans of William Penn and results of the Friends' Labours 1671 to 1837. Slavery -- Progress of protestant mission 1690 to 1794 -- Conduct and effects of maritime discovery 1560 to 1837-- Conduct of Government Privy Council. Board of Trade. Colnial Office. Official despotism, or bureaucracy. Convict colonies. Conquests 1670 to 1837 -- The modern extension of protestant missions. 1794 to 1837 -- New colonial ers 1815 to 1837 -- Aborigines Committee of the House of Commons of 1835 and 1836. Condemnation of the old system of government -- Ditto of 1837, revival of old system. Transportation Committee -- New system of colonial government still wanted. Suggestions for one. Administration. International law. Religion. Justice. Education. Commerce. The arts. Land. Agency. Publicity. Conferences. Protectors. Commissioners of inquiry
Control code
000002982399
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xii, 323 p.
Label
British colonization and coloured tribes, by S. Bannister
Link
https://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/catalogue_resources/r000002982399.pdf
Publication
Note
  • Ferguson no. 2438
  • Held in rare book cupboard
Contents
Extermination of the coloured races in British colonies threatened -- Character of the coloured races -- Dawning of public opinion. Principles of universal peace, proposed by Edward the Sixth 1490 to 1553 -- Humane views of Edward the Sixth not followed up: 1553 to 1584 -- Mixture of good and bad principles. Fatal results 1584 to 1620 -- Public opinion. Lord Bacon and Sir William Monson 1560 to 1620 -- Origin of protestant missionary efforts and their effects 1620 to 1690 -- Plans of William Penn and results of the Friends' Labours 1671 to 1837. Slavery -- Progress of protestant mission 1690 to 1794 -- Conduct and effects of maritime discovery 1560 to 1837-- Conduct of Government Privy Council. Board of Trade. Colnial Office. Official despotism, or bureaucracy. Convict colonies. Conquests 1670 to 1837 -- The modern extension of protestant missions. 1794 to 1837 -- New colonial ers 1815 to 1837 -- Aborigines Committee of the House of Commons of 1835 and 1836. Condemnation of the old system of government -- Ditto of 1837, revival of old system. Transportation Committee -- New system of colonial government still wanted. Suggestions for one. Administration. International law. Religion. Justice. Education. Commerce. The arts. Land. Agency. Publicity. Conferences. Protectors. Commissioners of inquiry
Control code
000002982399
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xii, 323 p.

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