2 edition of Annual Reports on the State of the Colonies, 1868-70. found in the catalog.
Annual Reports on the State of the Colonies, 1868-70.
Great Britain. Parliament. Parliamentary Papers.
Written in English
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Funds for the operation of the archives are provided by an annual vote of the legislature, the archives being a division of the Department of the Provincial Secretary. Materials used in the preparation of vol. X include: Henry Jones Cundall letter book, 27 March –26 May Robert Bruce Stewart and David Stewart letter book, no Victims of the Indian famine of –97 in Jabalpur. The Famine Commission of observed that each province in British India, including Burma, had a surplus of food grains, and that the annual surplus amounted to million metric tons.  The product of the Famine Commission was a series of government guidelines and regulations on how to respond to famines and food shortages called.
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Get this from a library. Irish University Press series of British parliamentary papers. Colonies: General. [Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.;] -- The Colonies: General set comprises the papers which cannot be assigned to any specific colony, either because of subject matter or because of relationship to an overall corpus of material.
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Famine had been a recurrent feature of life the Indian sub-continental countries of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, most notoriously during British s in India resulted in more than 60 million deaths over the course of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.
Famines in British India were severe enough to have a substantial impact on the long-term population growth of the country in. Materialy dlia istorii russkikh zaselenii (St. Petersburg, ), 11 pp., translations of documents and reports of Captain N. Golovnin relating to the Russian-American Company, from Tikhmenev's book, vol.
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But the currency of a small state, such as Genoa or Hamburgh, can seldom consist altogether in its own coin, but must be made up, in a great measure, of the coins of all the neighbouring states with which its inhabitants have a continual intercourse. Such a state, therefore, by reforming its coin, will not always be able to reform its currency.
On the 4th of April an annual town meeting elected John Talman a deputy to the convention which was to form a Provincial Congress. He was present at the convention and acquiesced in its action; On May 22nd of the same year.a county meeting at Jamaica elected Thomas Hicks, of Little Neck, and Nathaniel Tom, a captain of militia, deputies.
FACTS ABOUT CHAMPAGNE AND OTHER SPARKLING WINES, COLLECTED DURING NUMEROUS VISITS TO THE CHAMPAGNE AND OTHER VITICULTURAL DISTRICTS OF FRANCE, AND THE PRINCIPAL REMAINING WINE-PRODUCING COUNTRIES OF EUROPE.
BY HENRY VIZETELLY, Chevalier of the Order of Franz Josef. Wine Juror for Great Britain at the Vienna and Paris Exhibitions. Preface. Pioneer Imprints From Fifty States will enable readers to view the Library of Congress collections from an unaccustomed angle. It takes for its subject the Library's earliest examples of printing from within present-day boundaries of each State in the Union, providing for each in turn 1) a brief statement about the origin of printing; 2) identification of the Library's earliest.
Fisheries, especially trepang, became a contested resource. Infor example, an Australian trepang businessman complained to the Secretary of State for the Colonies in London about fishers from the Dutch East Indies who were interfering with his trepang fishing operation (Bachp.
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