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Copied for the Cape government from the manuscript documents in the Public record office, London

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Published by Printed for the Government of the Cape Colony in [London] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cape of Good Hope (South Africa)
    • Subjects:
    • Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- History -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Index : v. 5, p. 451-503; v. 10, p. [465]-505; v. 15, p. [417]-505.

      Statementby George McCall Theal ...
      ContributionsTheal, George McCall, 1837-1919, comp., Great Britain. Public Record Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT821 .C22
      The Physical Object
      Pagination v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6909201M
      LC Control Number01023485
      OCLC/WorldCa12782434


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The Blue Book was an attempt to standardise statistical reports, primarily covering economic development as well as demographic, ecclesiastical and public records.

This collection contains Blue Books and other archival material from 13 British colonies and protectorates in Africa dating Records of the Cape Colony from February [to: Copied for the Cape Government from the South Africa [microform]: (The Cape colony, Natal, Orange Free State, South African Republic, Rhodesia, and all other territories south of the Zambesi).

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36 comprises a cumulative index. Theal, Geo, M, Catalogue of documents from 16th September to 21st February in the collection of colonial archives at Cape Town (Cape Town ) Theal, Geo, M, Records of the Cape Colony. (London ) Verster, F.P., 'A guided 'rummage' around the records of our history', Helderberg Sun (20 December ), 8.

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Carl Peter Thunberg, Travels at the Cape of Good Hope, Lord Hawkesbury was launched in America inprobably under another name. She entered Lloyd's Register in She made six voyages as a whaler and was lost on the seventh after a squadron of French naval vessels had captured her.

Career. Lord Hawkesbury first appeared in Lloyd's Register in Her master was T. Delano, her owner A. & B. Champion, and her trade London-Southern : Sold c Criminal trial records published in: Theal, George McCall.

Records of the Cape Colony from FebruaryVol. London: Printed for the Government of the Cape Colony, Secondary Sources Rayner, Mary. “Wine and Slaves: The Failure of an Export Economy and the Ending of Slavery in the Cape Colony, South Africa, Records of the Cape Colony from February [to Copied for the Cape government from the manuscript documents in the Public record office, London, By Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), George McCall Theal, Cape of Good Hope (Colony) and Great Britain.

In the British government decided to mount an Invasion of the Cape Colony. The Admiralty sent two battle squadrons to the Cape on 3 Aprilone under Vice-Admiral Sir George Keith Elphinstone and the other under Commodore John Blankett, carrying a small expeditionary force of soldiers from the 78th Regiment of Foot under Major-General Sir James Henry Craig.

Loyalist was launched in Between and she made four voyages for the British East India Company (EIC). She then sailed as a West Indiaman until she was condemned in as unseaworthy.

Career. Although Loyalist was launched inshe first appeared in Lloyd's Register (LR) in with F. Walton, master, R. Curling, owner, and trade London–nt: × 6-pounder guns, × 6£er guns, × 6-pounder + 4 × 9-pounder guns.

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Career. In the Batavian Republic decided to make an attempt to reconquer the Cape. To that end it sent nine ships of the Batavian Navy (including Castor, under Captain Claris), with 2, sailors and soldiers under the command of (temporary) Rear-Admiral Engelbertus Lucas in February This expedition arrived at Saldanha Bay on 6 Augustthough Castor may have arrived a few days Fate: Sold Narratives of shipwrecks of the Royal navy between and London: John W.

Parker. Gossett, William Patrick (). The lost ships of the Royal Navy, Mansell. ISBN Government of the Cape Colony () Records of the Cape Colony from FebruaryVol.

plan: Full-rigged ship. Media in category "Maps of the Cape Colony" The following 59 files are in this category, out of 59 total.

in the years and This page was last edited on 19 Februaryat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. The Capitulation of Saldanha Bay was the surrender in to the British Royal Navy of a Dutch expeditionary force sent to recapture the Dutch Capeearly in the French Revolutionary Wars, the army of the French Republic overran the Dutch Republic which then became a French client state, the Batavian Republic.

Great Britain was concerned by the threat the Dutch Cape Colony in Location: Saldanha Bay, Cape Colony. The Battle of Blaauwberg, also known as the Battle of Cape Town, fought near Cape Town on Wednesday 8 Januarywas a small but significant military engagement.

After a British victory, peace was made under the Treaty Tree in established British rule in South Africa, which was to have many ramifications for the region during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

^Results of a census of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope 5 April (Cape Town, ), pp xii, xvii. Though the British had ruled the Cape continuously for eighty-five years, in the English-speaking element constituted only a third of the white population.

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