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Title Humane Policy, or Justice to the Aborigines of New Settlements: Essential to a due Expenditure of British Money, and to the Best Interests of the Settlers. With Suggestions how to Civilise the Natives by an Improved Administration of Existing Means. By S. Bannister, Late Attorney-General in New South Wales
Author(s) Bannister, Saxe
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1830
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Thomas and George Underwood
Library British Library
Reference 523.f.28(2)
Region Africa, Australasia, North America
Names Saxe Bannister, Francis Dundas (pp44, 53), William Dampier (appendix vi-xii), Vanderkemp, Dr Vander Kemp (appendix cxxiv-clxxxix)
Places The Cape, South Africa, Australia, New Holland, New South Wales (appendix ccxxxix-ccxliv), Canada (appendix cclxxiii-cclxxvi)
Topics The African Institution, indigenous peoples, colonial rule, colonial government, race, contents, map (image 2), Portuguese empire (pp11-12), government and missionary societies rules of conduct (p14), law, crime and punishment, "Justice duly dispensed" (pp26-50), Hottentots (pp27-37, 39, 52-56, 191), Caffre (pp36, 45, 53, 90-108, 127, 197), Caffre fairs (pp127-131), Griquas (pp210-223), Native Americans (pp225, appendix ccxxxix-ccxliv), Cherokees (p225), Boers (pp29-39, 43), Judicial and Magisterial reports (pp32-37), murder of missionary (p35), land rights (pp51-108), trade (pp109-148), ivory (pp113-116), "political intercourse duly kept up" (pp149-177), "supporting well disposed colonists" (pp178-190), "supporting well disposed natives" (pp191-230), indigenous culture and economy (pp191-228), missionary work, missionaries (pp224), slavery, slave trade (pp225-229), education (pp231-236), infant schools (p231), Natal Settlement (appendix i-cvi, ccxlv), missionary proceedings (appendix ccxxxiii-ccxxxviii), aborigines of New South Wales (appendix ccxxxix-ccxliv), indigenous population figures (appendix cclxiii-cclxiv)