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Title Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords appointed to inquire into the present state of the islands of New Zealand and the expediency of regulating the settlement of British subjects therein (House of Lords, Sessional Papers). Volume 21
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1838
Document Type Report
Library British Library
Reference BS Ref 1 (Vol 21)
Region Australasia
Names John Liddiard Nicholas (pp3-12, 117), John Watkins (pp12-32), John Flatt (pp32-48, 49-55), Joseph Barrow Montefiore (pp55-71), Charles Enderby (pp71-79), Joel Samuel Polack (pp79-93, 95), Reverend Frederick Wilkinson (pp95-108), John Downing Tawell (pp108-112, 119-124), Reverend Samuel Hinds (pp124-146), Francis Baring (pp146-156), Captain Robert Fitzroy (pp161-179, 335-345), Reverend John Beecham (pp180-242, 286-315), Dandeson Coates (pp180-242, 243-275), Octavius Brown (p243), William Albin Garratt (pp277-286), George Samuel Evans (pp317-334), Lord Petre (pp345-346), Frederick Elliott (p346-352)
Places New Zealand, Bay of Islands (pp3, 7, 18-21, 44, 61, 75, 83, 89, 96-98, 101, 106, 123-126, 161), Hokianga (pp47, 89, 96, 99, 122-124, 149, 178, 181-182, 226-240), Kaffea (pp57-58), New Holland (p64), Kiapara (pp108, 124), Queen Charlotte's Sound (p146), Stewart's Island (pp146-147), Kororarika (pp99, 164, 188), Mangungu (pp221-222), Cook's Straits (pp254, 328, 333)
Topics New Zealand Association, government Select Committee, colonial settlement, outline of the New Zealand Association plan (pp128-129, 143-144, 256, 318-319), proposed plans for settling in New Zealand (pp128-137), necessity and reasons for colonizing (pp124-125, 140-141, 146, 175-177, 284-285), potential colonists (pp151, 165-166, 285-286, 332), Board of Emigration (pp319-320), emigrants (pp325, 346-353), negative effects of colonization (pp176-177, 246-247, 296, 299, 308), objection of missionaries to colonization (pp79, 88, 152, 243, 251, 264), missionaries (pp3, 7, 30, 103, 120, 150-153, 163-164, 173-174, 180, 184-208, 240, 243-347), missionary work, religious instruction, conversion to Christianity (pp14-16, 24, 46-47, 96, 109, 121, 135-136, 228-231, 293-294), Wesleyan Missionary Society, Church Missionary Society, education (pp29, 87-89, 98, 106, 111, 168, 185-189, 211, 228-229, 255), law, Justice system (pp133, 144-145, 153-155, 277-283, 327), establishing a government (pp106-107, 269-273, 323-324), appointment of commissioners (pp137-141, 145, 318, 322-325), independence (pp159, 166-167, 178-179, 245-246, 282), war (pp91-92, 125-126, 181, 198-199, 202-207, 273), cannibalism (pp22, 35-36, 45-46, 56, 62, 99, 206-207, 338), convicts (pp5, 27, 51, 126, 167), inter-racial marriage (pp105, 145-146, 228, 230), South Australian Company (p136), trade and duties (pp21, 52, 54-55, 59-60, 72, 142-143, 152, 326-327)
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