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Speeches and documents on New Zealand history

Author: W David McIntyre; W J Gardner
Publisher: Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press, 1971.
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McIntyre, W. David (William David), 1932-
Speeches and documents on New Zealand history.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971
(OCoLC)582598973
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W David McIntyre; W J Gardner
ISBN: 0198730101 9780198730101 0198730098 9780198730095
OCLC Number: 122381
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxix, 489 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Colonization, 1830s to 1870: 1. The theory of systematic colonization: the sufficient price (Letter of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, 2 June 1835) --
2. Extending the frontier of New South Wales (Edward Gibbon Wakefield's evidence before the House of Lords Committee, 14 May 1838) --
3. Missionary opposition to the New Zealand Company (Dandeson Coates's evidence before the House of Lords Committee, 14 May 1838) --
4. The Colonial Office and the New Zealand Company (Minute by Sir James Stephen, 15 March 1839) --
5. Annexation of New Zealand to New south Wales (Lord Normanby's instruction to Captain William Hobnson, on appointment as Consul and Lieutenant-Governor, 14 August 1839) --
6. Captain Hobson's supplementary instructions (Further explanations for Captain Hobson, 15 August 1839) --
7. Auckland: choosing the site for the capital (Captain Hobson's dispatch to Lord John Russell, 15 October 1840). 8. The New Zealand Company (The company's terms of sale for the Wellington settlement, 1 June 1839 and a later company advertisement) --
9. The Nelson Land Lottery, 1841 (The New Zealand Journal account, 4 September 1841) --
10. Otago: plans for a Scottish farming colony (From George Rennie's Address to Scotch farmers, 1843 --
11. Otago: plans for a Free Church of Scotland colony (Captain Williams Cargill's letter to Dr. Andrew Aldcorn, May 1847) --
12. Beginnings of pastoralism in Wellington and Nelson (John Robert Godley's letter to his father, 8 July 1850) --
13. Sketch plan for the Canterbury settlement (From the first outline plan published by the Canterbury Association, February 1850) --
14. Theory and practice in the Canterbury settlement (Godley's comments on pasturage regulations, 4 June 1851) --
15. Systematic colonization in practice: Canterbury after eight years (William Fox's letter to Robert Godley, 31 December 1858). 16. Unplanned colonization: Auckland at the end of the 1840s (Unfavourable comment on Auckland by William Fox) --
17. Auckland's petition for separation, 1855 (Petition of Auckland Provincial councillors, 18 May 1855) --
18. Cheaper land: Governor Grey's regulations, 1853 (The Lyttleton Times's attack, 26 March 1853) --
19. Provincialism: the social characteristics of the eight colonies (From Dr. Arthur Thomson's Story of New Zealand, 1859) --
20. Government in the gold fields (From the Gold Fields Act, 1858) --
21. Colonization by public works and immigration (From Julius Vogel's budget speech, 28 June 1870).
Responsibility: edited by W. David McIntyre and W.J. Gardner.

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