2 edition of records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices. found in the catalog.
records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices.
Ralph B. Pugh
|Series||Public Record Office handbooks -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
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CO 5: Records of the British Colonial Office, class 5 [microform] Microfilm 53 reels Online Guides: Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 4, Royal Instructions and Commissions to Colonial Officials, Author: Alain St.
Pierre. Records of the Colonial Office, Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office, and Commonwealth Office. [Anne Thurston; R B Pugh] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anne Thurston; R B Pugh. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The Dominions office and Colonial office list comprising historical and statistical information respecting the oversea dominions and colonial dependencies of Great Britain by Anonymous and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at xv, p., 14 p.
of plates: 26 cm. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Associated-names Thurston, Anne; Pugh, Ralph Bernard, Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices; Great Britain. "A revised and expanded records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices. book of Public Record Office handbook no. 3: Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices by R.B.
Pugh." Series part number from dust jacket. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. For a fuller account of the history and records of the Colonial Office see Anne Thurston, 'The Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices' (London, ). Administrative / biographical background: In a Secretary of State for War was appointed to manage the war with France.
It supersedes R B Pugh’s earlier work, The Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices, London Pugh’s volume, incorporated here in a revised form, was produced when records were open only to the early part of the twentieth century, and it concentrates on record practices up to about ” ().
A Thurston, Sources for Colonial Studies in the Public Record Office, Volume I: Records of the Colonial Office Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office and Commonwealth Office () Alphabetical Guide to the War Office and other Series (PRO List and Index Series vol LIII, ; reprinted ) Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations.
Between and Handbooks were published listing records of the Admiralty (Part 7), Colonial Office (Part 2), Dominions Office (Part 10), Foreign Office (Part 5), Home Office (Part 3) and War Office (Part 4). In addition, Part 9 described the personal collections held at the Public Record Office that have been filmed by the AJCP.
The Dominions Office, to In the Dominions Division of the Colonial Office was responsible for the Imperial Conference and business arising from it, and for the United Kingdom's relations with Canada, Newfoundland, the Commonwealth of Australia and also the constituent states of the Commonwealth, the Union of South Africa and the territories it was responsible for (the.
OCLC Number: Notes: "A revised and expanded version of Public Record Office handbook no. 3: Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices by R.B. Pugh.". BDEEP vC1: Records of the Colonial Office, Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office and Commonwealth Office.
By Anne Thurston. Get PDF ( MB) Abstract. The British Documents on the End of Empire Project (BDEEP) is an initiative of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London. It should be used in conjunction with standard reference works such as the Guide to the Contents of the Public Record Office and Pugh's Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices.
The user will probably be familiar with the PRO Lists and Indexes and their re-issue by the Kraus Reprint Corporation. The Virginia Colonial Records Project was established in the s by the Virginia Historical Society, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, the University of Virginia Library, and Library of Virginia to reconstitute the archive of Virginia's colonial history--a documentary record decimated by war and fire during the Old Dominion's first three.
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Page - Realm and all other His Majesty's Dominions thereunto belonging; The Colonial Records of North Carolina, Volume 2 The Colonial Records of North Carolina, 5/5(1). Series CO War and Colonial Department and Colonial Office: Tasmania Government Gazettes, - ; Fonds.
Records of the Dominions Division, - Series CO Dominions: Original Correspondence, - ; Series CO Dominions (War of ): Original Correspondence, - ; Series CO Dominions (War of Generations of researchers are familiar with the ten-volume series The Colonial Records of North Carolina, edited by William L.
Saunders and published from to This series was shortly followed by the twenty volumes of The State Records of North Carolina (), edited by Walter Clark. Thanks to funding from the State Library through the federal Library Services and Technology Act.
Electronic versions of these volumes have been made available with the support of The Stationary Office under an Open Government Licence. Series C Volume 1 on 'Records of the Colonial Office, Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office and Commonwealth Office' was published in and edited by Anne Thurston.
For researchers who have hitherto been grateful for, yet impatient with, the inescapable out-of-datedness of the PRO's page official Handbook No. 3, The Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices compiled by R.
Pugh, and published way back in (and even then virtually not taking the material beyond c. ), Anne Thurston's. A Thurston, Sources for Colonial Studies in the Public Record Office, Volume I: Records of the Colonial Office Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office and Commonwealth Office () P Walne, ed, A Guide to Manuscript Sources for the History of Latin America and the Caribbean in the British Isles ().
Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. in conjunction with standard reference works such as the Guide to the Contents of the Public Record Office and Pugh's Records of the Colonial and Dominions Offices.
The user will probably be familiar with the PRO Lists and Indexes and their re-issue by the Kraus Reprint Corporation. The Colonial Office was the Department responsible for the administration of the Crown colonies and constitutes the largest group of records filmed by the AJCP.
Despatches between the Colonial Office in London and the Colonial Governors are of most interest, detailing all aspects of colonial. Don’t Forget the “Usual” Genealogy Records. As you search for your ancestor in those colonial genealogy records, many of the “usual” record types can (and should) be searched.
Wills and Estate Records. As with later time periods, search wills and estate records for your colonial ancestors. Colonial Records of Spanish Florida  by Jeanette Thurber Connor, (DeLand: Florida State Historical Society, ).
Spanish Plat Book of Land Records of the District of Pensacola, Province of West Florida, British and Spanish Land Grants,by Billie Ford Snider, (, reprint, Pensacola: Antique Compiling, ). The late nineteenth century 'Scramble for Africa' saw European colonial powers carve up the African continent between themselves.
The United Kingdom controlled the largest portion of territory, with its Colonial Regulations requiring an ‘Annual Blue Book’ to be submitted from each colony to the British Colonial Blue Book was an attempt to standardise statistical reports.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t2d84dm49 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. Section D is comparable to Section C, but deals solely with the Dominions Office, Commonwealth Relations Office and Commonwealth Office from their inception until their absorption by a successor Department.
The remainder of the Directory(Sections E-J) relate to the Colonial Office and the India Office. SERIES Conveyance books, This series contains of eleven bound volumes and includes records of land transactions, exclusive of grants, from the colony's beginnings in the s through the colonial period (prior to the creation of Georgia's counties by the Constitution of ).
The Colonial Service, also known as His/Her Majesty's Colonial Service and replaced in by Her Majesty's Overseas Civil Service (HMOCS), was the British government service which administered most of Britain's overseas possessions, under the authority of the Secretary of State for the Colonies and the Colonial Office in London.
It did not operate in British India, where the same function. to the ‘Domesday’ book ofthe first major written cadastral survey of England MPG 1 and MPGG 1 The extracted map series for Colonial Office records MPH 1 and MPHH 1 The extracted map series for War Office records MPI 1 and MPII 1 Dominions maps may be found in this general extract series.
• “Old MSS” James Douglas records at the Archives list • Colonial and other early records relating to births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials at the BC Archives list • GR Colonial Office despatches about Vancouver Island FINDING AID • GR Colonial Office correspondence with the HBC FINDING AID.
Other articles where Colonial Office is discussed: British Empire: Dominance and dominions: Chamberlain’s tenure (–) in the Colonial Office. That office, which began inwas first an appendage of the Home Office and the Board of Trade, but by the s it had become a separate department with a growing staff and a continuing policy; it was the means by which.
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Colonial Virginia Source Records, ss Comprehensive in its coverage of colonial Virginia, this database references approximatelyindividuals in a unique collection of family histories, local histories, military records, court records, newspaper abstracts, tax lists, and marriage records.
The New York State Library has a wide variety of primary documents and published material on the history of Colonial New York. The collection includes muster rolls of colonial troops, accounts of explorers, land purchase agreements, correspondence of early settlers, orderly books, diaries, maps, records of Rensselaerwyck Manor, colonial laws, documents of New Netherland, histories of the.
The new privately owned subsidiary - Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and Overseas) - was created from three established banks (two of them City-based), acquired by Barclays as follows: Colonial Bank: founded by royal charter in to trade in the West Indies, and, fromempowered to extend its operations throughout the Empire.
County records, which enable researchers to understand everyday life better than any other source. County court records are the principal source available for the study of Virginia social history in the colonial period.
Few of the earliest records survive, especially in the counties on the peninsula between the James and York Rivers. Colonial Office Records Federated Malay States: Original Correspondence () The following index describes the contents of “Federated Malay States: Original Correspondence,” part of the British Colonial Office records (C.O.
). SEAM holds parts 1. Hari Singh preferred to remain independent from both the dominions due to many reasons. From Aug. 15 to Oct. 26 () the state of J&K was free from both the .