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Title Principles, Objects and Plan of the New Zealand Association: Examined, in a letter to the Right Hon. Lord Glenelg, Secretary of State for the Colonies
Author(s) Coates, Dandeson
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1837
Document Type Pamphlet
Place of Publication London
Publisher Hatchards, Seeleys, Hamilton Adams & Co
Library British Library
Reference T.2393.(2.)
Region Australasia, North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Central America and the Caribbean
Names Dandeson Coates, Lord Glenelg, Colonel Arthur (p8), Edward Gibbon Wakefield (p14)
Places New Zealand, Australia (pp8, 15), Sydney (p30), Van Dieman's Land, Tasmania (pp8, 15), Flinder's Island (p8), South Sea Islands (p30), Newfoundland (p7), Latin American, Antilles (p3), New Holland (pp3, 5, 7-8), Mexico (pp3-4), British Guiana (p7), Sierra Leone (pp10, 22), South Africa (pp3, 5, 15), Portugal (p5), Holland (p5), France (p5), West Indies (p5)
Topics letter, colonial settlement, indigenous people, opposition to colonization, negative effects of colonization (pp3-8, 19-20, 27, 41), hostility, destruction and depletion of indigenous peoples (pp3-7), Spanish empire(pp3-6), cruelty and slaughter (pp3-5), Portuguese empire (p5), Dutch empire (p5), French empire (p5), effects of British colonization (p5), House of Commons, Report of the Aborigines Committee (pp7, 29-36, 41-44), formation of the Australian settlements (p8), Sierra Leone Company (p10), South Australia Company (pp21-22), opposition to scheme of New Zealand Colonization (pp9-44), plans of the New Zealand Association (pp11-44), missionary work, Church Missionary Society, Wesleyan Missionary Society, progress of the missions (pp36-38), opposition of missionaries to colonization (pp25, 39)