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Title The African Colonizer Vol 1, No.1-10: "source of information useful alike to emigrants, scholars and politicians, merchants, and philanthropists"
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date Feb-Jun 1840
Document Type Journal
Library British Library
Region Africa, Australasia, Central America and the Caribbean
Names Sir Robert Peel (pp4, 23), Lord Palmerston (pp4, 23, 69), Lord John Russell (pp5, 8, 27, 33, 42, 43, 66, 70), Mungo Park (p15), Sir Edward Parry (p27), Thomas Fowell Buxton (pp46, 73, 85, 86, 89, 114, 129, 145), Sir Benjamin D'Urban, Mehemet Ali (pp69, 113), Governor Stockenstrum (p121), Prince Albert (p129), Granville Sharp (p145)
Places South Africa, Cape of Good Hope, Australia, New South Wales (p1), West Africa, Sierra Leone (pp1, 5, 30, 114, 145, 151), Freetown (p5), East Africa, Madagascar (p1), Natal (pp2, 11, 70, 81, 128), New Zealand (p3,81), Mauritius (pp15, 38), Egypt (pp24, 38, 113), West Indies (p44), River Niger (p27), Fernando Po (pp49, 86), South Atlantic, Falkland Islands (p66), Cape Town (p95), Liberia (p117), Kat river (p118)
Topics journalist, colonial rule in Africa, emigration, colonisation of Africa, trade, Kaffir, colonial conflict, Caffre War (pp1, 9, 18, 106), land rights, Caffre frontier system (pp9, 97, 106, 124), Caffre tribe (pp11, 108, 121), Kafir chiefs of the Gaika tribe, colonial civil service, colonial government, role of British Colonial Office (pp1, 9, 25, 26, 56, 72, 81, 84), Portuguese empire (pp1, 4, 28), French empire (pp11, 22, 47, 156), French attacks on British gum trade (pp5, 10, 11, 12, 22), emigration to the Cape of Good Hope (pp3, 8, 9, 57, 66, 88, 146), emigration from the Cape of Good Hope to Natal and the Interior of South Africa (pp10, 18, 19, 20, 33, 40, 97, 115), Newland and Emigration Commission (p3), sheep farming, wool trade (pp3, 4, 6, 7, 41, 62, 79, 87, 89, 105, 117, 119, 158), slavery, slave trade, anti-slavery (pp4, 8, 21, 27, 29, 46, 49, 70, 85, 86, 126, 131, 152), Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilisation of Africa (pp46, 49), Aborigines Protection Society (pp10, 16, 24, 74, 91, 120, 152), colonial law in South Africa (pp6, 67), shipping intelligence (pp15, 60, 95), Parliamentary proceedings on Africa (pp21, 36, 69), opinion of native culture (p25), Stockenstrom system (p121), German empire (p129), colonial conflict, colonial wars (p140), missionary work, Wesleyan Missionary Society, Colonial Church Society, Church Missionary Society, C.M.S., British and Foreign Bible Society (pp141-2), Children's Friend Society (p147), London Missionary Society (pp118, 143), equal rights, equality of races (p154), population of the Cape of Good Hope (p160), demographics, immigration to Mauritius from Madagascar and India (pp26, 34, 55), River Niger expedition (pp27, 144), Buxton's River Niger expedition (pp73, 109), imports and exports from the Cape of Good Hope (pp30, 88, 166), sugar trade (p38), Colonial Land Board (p42), management of Crown lands in the Colonies (p43), religious missions in South Africa (p58), health and disease (pp61, 90, 140, 155), measles in the Cape of Good Hope (p61), health of troops at the Cape of Good Hope (p155), Small Pox (p140), comparison of health between Africa and Australian colonies (p73), British Colonial Bank and Loan Company (p63), marriage of emancipated slaves (p76), Jews in Africa (p80), treatment of Jews in Egypt (p104)
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