Great Britain. Colonial Office: New Zealand: Copies of papers and despatches relative to New Zealand. Return showing. land in the colony of New Zealand, sold by government. [London: s.n.], 1845 page images at HathiTrust Great Britain. chapter c-01 papers relative to the wangapeka land sales and inquiry respecting the same by the general government. chapter c-02 return of reserves made in the several provinces of new zealand. chapter c-03 returns of lands sold, etc., in the colony of new zealand, from the year 1866 to. chapter a-01 despatches from the governor of new zealand to the secretary of state. chapter a-02 despatches from the secretary of state to the governor of new zealand. chapter a-02a further despatches from the secretary of state to the governor of new zealand. chapter a-03 defence of the ports of the colony papers relating to the. A-03a INTERCOLONIAL TARIFF: PAPERS SHOWING THE PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES PRODUCED OR MANUFACTURED IN ONE COLONY AND EXPORTED TO OTHER COLONIES OF AUSTRALASIA. Prepared for the New Zealand Representative at the Intercolonial Conference at Sydney, in connection with the question of an Intercolonial Tariff.
b-05 advances to the government by the bank of new south wales and the bank of new zealand papers relating to. B-06 REPORT BY COMMISSIONERS OF AUDIT, SHOWING THE AMOUNT VOTED DURING THE PREVIOUS SESSION FOR EXPENDITURE, THE AMOUNT SPENT, AND THE SAVING AND OVER-EXPENDITURE IN EACH CASE, TOGETHER WITH A STATEMENT OF THE. Acknowledging receipt of an Address of the House on the subject of Responsible Government 27. Enclosing Return of Land Sold at Otago since retirement of New Zealand Company 28. " copies of Correspondence relative to administration of Waste Lands at Otago 29. " Return of the value of Goods imported into New Plymouth from other Provinces 30. b-08 return of all liabilities due by the new zealand government on advances received from the commissariat, or from any bank or banks. Section C: Crown lands C-01 RETURN OF THE NUMBER OF ACRES OF WASTE LANDS SOLD OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF IN THE VARIOUS PROVINCES UP TO DECEMBER 31, 1862. c-14 "the government loans to local bodies act amendment act, 1891," return showing the blocks of land which have been proclaimed under the provisions of, together with the report of the surveyor-general on the value of such blocks, and on the necessary works and the estimate of the cost of such works; and also of the sums expended under the said act in respect of such blocks. Copies of papers and despatches relative to New Zealand up to the latest date: return showing in columns the various acres or lots of land in the colony of New Zealand sold by government, with the extent of each lot and the several prices per acre o.
The 1890 Conference and the National Australasian Convention in 1891 were both attended by representatives of the New Zealand Government but in the end, New Zealand opted out of joining the Federation. Instead, New Zealand became a separate 'dominion' in 1907 with equal status with Australia before going onto complete self-government in 1907. A capital story: an account of New Zealand's first seat of government at Okiato in the Bay of Islands by Jeanette Richardson Book Ko te Karere o Nui Tireni. The messenger of New Zealand. Vol. 1, no. 10, Auckland, Saturday, September 10 1842 /printed. The first two of the six documents included in the file are draft replies from Moody to Douglas, submitted for approval; the third is a draft letter from Merivale to Emigration Commissioners, which forwards Clarke’s letter and report, with extensive minutes by Elliot on the “Disposal of Lands in British Columbia;” the fourth is Clarke’s aforementioned report; the fifth is a draft reply.
However recent information from Commander H.P. Westmacott - a descendant of the Westmacott family who formerly resided in New Zealand but now lives in England - and his sister Mrs. Wigley, suggested that Robert Marsh Westmacott not only visited New Zealand in 1840 but also formed an association with a Maria woman of the King Country, North. 8. Emigration to New Zealand. The first European settlement of New Zealand was around 1820. The New Zealand Company was formed in 1839 and incorporated in 1841 with power to buy, sell, settle and cultivate land in New Zealand, and details of British emigrants can be found in the company’s records, now held at The National Archives. Coordinates. New Zealand Māori: Aotearoa [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa] is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean.It comprises two main landmasses—the North Island Te Ika-a-Māui and the South Island Te Waipounamu—and around 600 smaller islands, covering a total area of 268,021 square kilometres 103,500 sq mi.New Zealand is about 2,000 kilometres 1,200 mi east of Australia across. The Government is highly centralised, but there is a long-established popular government in local affairs. The central government is imperial, and the title of Emperor is hereditary in the reigning family, but there is no settled rule of descent. The Emperor has the right to nominate his successor. Government & general order, duty on timbers from New Zealand to be reduced from 1/- per solid foot to 6d Reel 6045; 4/1733 pp.1-2 1815 Aug 19. Government & general order, no person to enter Government garden or domain at Parramatta or Windsor without special permission, no animals to be allowed to feed in domain Reel 6045; 4/1733 pp.3-10.
Instant access to millions of Study Resources, Course Notes, Test Prep, 24/7 Homework Help, Tutors, and more. Learn, teach, and study with Course Hero. Get unstuck. In a succession of difficult postings—South Australia, New Zealand, South Africa—the energetic George Grey proved himself one of the British Empire’s most able governors. Yet when he returned to New Zealand in 1861 for a second term, the magic was fading. The colony was on the brink of civil war, and local politicians were unwilling . ..The New Zealand government and New Zealand Post have created the RealMe service to help solve this problem. RealMe is the easy and secure way to prove who you are online. It will soon make applying for things on the internet simpler, faster, and easier with participating organisations”. The power to interpret the Constitution and the laws of Louisiana is vested in the judicial branch of government, composed of the Supreme Court, courts of appeal, district courts and other courts authorized by the Constitution. The Supreme Court is Louisiana's highest court and is domiciled in New. Meanwhile, your local library can be a great help, too, thanks to a practice called interlibrary loan. Libraries across the country will lend you books and other materials, creating a vast collection that's easy for you to access.
Residents of Samoa refused to pay taxes to the New Zealand occupation government in 1928. Uri "bobbed hair tax" The canton of Uri in Switzerland instituted a tax on women's bobbed hair in 1928, and by the following year the government was reporting widespread resistance and ridicule of the law. Igbo Women's War, 1929. Correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks, transcribed by Dawson Turner, relating to voyages of the Resolution, Bounty, Discovery and other ships to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. Correspondents include Daniel Solander, Lord Sandwich, Captain James Cook, Captain William Bligh, Lieutenant. Matthew Flinders and George Caley. On 2 March 1840 the New Zealand Company in Port Nicholson - knowing full well the Crown’s intentions regarding sovereignty - set up its own form of self-government. Before arriving in Aotearoa New Zealand the Company had drawn up a self-governing constitution on 14 September 1839, which all settlers were expected to sign. Get the latest international news and world events from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and more. See world news photos and videos at. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. Get a constantly updating feed of breaking news, fun stories, pics, memes, and videos just for you. Passionate about something niche? Reddit has thousands of vibrant communities with people that share your interests. Alternatively, find out what’s trending across all of Reddit on r/popular.
See 'Austral Ark - The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand' - eds: A Stow, N Maclean and G Holwell- Cambridge University Press 2015. Sarah's contribution is Chapter 9 p405-421, titled "Isolation, Invasion and Innovation - Forces of change in the conservation of New Zealand. All from the library of Frank Glen. $60 - $80 74 NEW ZEALAND COMPANY Letters from Settlers & Labouring Emigrants, in the New Zealand Company’s settlements of Wellington, Nelson & New.
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