2 edition of List of Colonial Office records found in the catalog.
List of Colonial Office records
Public Record Office
|Series||Its Lists and indexes,, no. 36|
|LC Classifications||CD1040 .A25 no. 36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 337 p.|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||66034181|
The organization and arrangement of Colonial Office records was simple, yet utilitarian. The papers were first arranged by geographical area after which they were subdivided internally by type of record. The usual groupings were: Correspondence (in-letters), Entry Books (out-letters), Acts, Sessional Papers, Government Gazettes, and Miscellanea. WHAT'S HERE * Searchable data for , land grants including names, dates and locations for years through * Included in the total grants issued by North Carolina in what is now Tennessee * Images of all existing Land Patent Books with complete metes and bounds for each patent - nowhere else online! * Images of loose documents (surveys, warrants, receipts) for. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Colonial Office list for 53rd (). View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. List of Board of Trade Records: Solicitor's Department, war histories (),
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Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 4, Royal Instructions and Commissions to Colonial Officials, Colonial Office Records: Class 5 Files (C.O.5), Part 5. The American Revolution, Material from the British Colonial Office Author: Alain St.
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List of Colonial Office Confidential Print to (Public Record Office Handbooks No.8)Manufacturer: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London. Great Britain. Colonial Office, contrib.: Report by the Right Honourable W.
Ormsby-Gore, M. (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies) on His Visit to Malaya, Ceylon, and Java During the Year (London: HMSO, ), by William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes "Comprising historical and statistical information respecting the colonial dependencies of Great Britain" (varies slightly).
Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies Description: Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies relating to the administration of Britain's colonies.
Less well known but with more specific application to Colonial Office material are unpublished guides such as M.E. Deane's typescript Index to CO /,, andcompleted in /30, and the guide compiled in the Mitchell Library.
In addition to records described in the Handbook. A few Colonial Office series can be downloaded free from out website as digital microfilm records. Key Colonial Office and Dominions Office record types. The records of the Colonial Office and Dominions Office are the primary sources of information on the colonial period.
Colonial Office classes relating specifically to the colonies has been comprehensively microfilmed. The following list provides, at Class-level, the content of Colonial Office records contained within the AJCP. Piece Lists and Dates may be found in Part 2 of the Handbook.
AUCKLAND ISLANDS. CO Entry Books of Correspondence [). Colonial records of Virginia List of Colonial Office records book Virginia.
General Assembly. Joint Committee on the State Library; Virginia. General Assembly. Senate; Wynne, Thomas Hicks, d. Pages: Office in the later part of the twentieth century(the Dominions Officethe Commonwealth Relations Office and the Commonwealth Office ) to become the Foreign and Commonwealth Office(FCO) in Section A is an Alphabetical List of British Diplomats and their appointments from until the present.
LAND RECORDS. Volume 73 - John Kilty, Land-Holder's Assistant, and Land Office Guide Volume 79 - Digital Image Reference System for Land Survey, Subdivision, and Condominium Plats (external link) Volume - Hartsook and Skordas, Land Office and List of Colonial Office records book Court Records of Colonial Maryland Volume - Opinions & Findings of the Commissioner.
Records of the British Colonial Office, Class 5 Files. - Microforms. Scope. How to search the collection. Guides. Location: Microfilm JV G83 Scope: Part 1: Westward Expansion, (primarily consisting of correspondence with the Colonial Governors) Part 2: Board of Trade (primarily consisting of correspondence with plantations and the Virginia Board of Trade).
The Dominions Office and Colonial Office List Comprising Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the Overseas Dominions and Colonial Dependencies of Great Britain.
Brit Volume: () (Reprint) and a great selection of related books, art. Fromthe Colonial Office published historical and statistical information concerning the United Kingdom's colonial dependencies in The Colonial Office List, though between and it was known as The Dominions Office and Colonial Office List.
It later became known as the Commonwealth Relations Office Year Book and Commonwealth. In this respect the Colonial Office copying has differed from that of most of the other record groups.
The Class and Piece List to the Colonial Office material is based on selections from volume 36 of the PRO Lists and Indexes entitled List of Colonial Office Records marked up with reel numbers from the sets held by the AJCP partners.
This series of Colonial Office records was established for correspondence and papers relating generally to British colonial affairs in the Caribbean region, and should be used in conjunction with the series for the individual colonies. Colonial Office finding aid.
Browse the Colonial Office Finding Aid to locate Classes of records and view digitised documents relevant to your research. Alternatively, select from the following list, a popular Class of Colonial Office (CO) records. (For a quick view of all Colonial Office Classes see the Colonial Office Handbook Contents List)Author: Simon Grigg.
Genre/Form: Bibliography History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Public Record Office. List of Colonial Office records. New York, Kraus Reprint Corp., This collection contains annual reports compiled by the colonial governments in the Gold Coast and British Togoland (modern day Ghana).
The documents pre-date the official establishment of British rule, covering the period up to Ghana’s declaration of independence in Colonial Office Records. First, a word about the organization of the records.
The Colonial Office Records are classifed under letter code CO, and are broken down into record classes. Not all classes are available for each colony.
This book is an updated version of Mandy Banton's indispensable introduction to the records of British government departments responsible for the administration of colonial affairs, and now held in The National Archives of the United Kingdom. The book covers the period from about to [BOOK 5].
Index of Passengers Who Emigrated to Canada between and This index was taken from passenger lists of more than 3, names found in the British Colonial Office records.
A typical record consists of the name of an individual, date of arrival in Canada, and details to obtain his or her full record on microfilm. Colonial Office records. The Colonial Office was responsible for the administration of the Crown colonies and for communications between Britain and the self-governing colonies.
Its records therefore contain an enormous amount of information relating to the six Australian colonies, New Zealand, New Guinea and : Tony May. This guide lists and provides access to all the record series at The National Archives which are available to view and download for free.
was occupied by the British fromfromand from The records include entry books, public accounts and vouchers, and shipping returns: CO Colonial Office and.
Included on the list are charts of the top box office earners (ranked by both the nominal and real value of their revenue), a chart of high-grossing films by calendar year, a timeline showing the transition of the highest-grossing film record, and a chart of the highest-grossing film franchises and series.
All charts are ranked by international. Book Published Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, Language English Related Title British Public Record Office, Colonial Office, class 5 files.
Records of the British Colonial Office, class 5. Westward expansion, Board of Trade, French and Indian War, ISBN X,Public Record Office: Colonial office - class and piece list, National Library of Australia/State Library of NSW, reprinted with addenda Australian Joing Copying Project.
Handbook Public Record Office: Classes filmed in the final five years of the Australian Joint Copying Project, ix, pp, National Library of Australia, ['Records,are photocopies of transcripts included in the collections of the Library of Congress. The said transcripts are of Colonial Office 5/, Part II, ff.
28, ', 'Diagram, 9 Decembershowing Nicholson Square, Williamsburg. (C.O. 5/, Part II, f. 28) (1 print)', 'Table, 8 Julysigned E. Jenings, shows for each county the total acreage. •The CO Records were written by Colonial Civil Servants for the Colonial Office –What are the implications.
•Read the files in context of the time period. •The file cover of each file often has a list of Colonial Officers who received & read the file. Some even wrote memos –would they be useful?File Size: 1MB. The Colonial Office list: general register of the colonial dependencies of Great Britain Statement of Responsibility: compiled under the sanction of the Secretary of State for the Colonies by William C.
Sargeaunt and Arthur N. Birch. • “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 AIDFile Size: KB.
Great Britain. Colonial Office. Colonial Office, American and West Indies, Original Correspondence, etc., Massachusetts and New England, Call Number: MCK-PER M-FILM FG7 (40 Reels) Click to show full descriptionAuthor: Eric Lindquist.
Call Number: MIC-Loyalist FC LPR.G7C6R4: Category: Great Britain: Creator: Great Britain. Colonial Office. Description: 11 microfilm textual records (31) ; 35 mm: Background: Records precede the development of the Colonial Office, created inand contain records in the offices of the Board of Trade and the Secretaries of State which held responsibility for British colonial matters at.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. 7. Entry Books. Entry Books were used to record correspondence going in and out of the Colonial Office, although from they only record items going out.
They contain full copies or summarised versions of despatches, letters, reports, petitions, commissions and instructions. Colonial Office entry books are in CO The British Empire at its peak control, square miles, nearly a quarter of the land area on earth.
It was the largest empire in history and despite the vast distances which separated its territories from the Colonial Office in England, it was dominated by the British : Larry Holzwarth. 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 Author: Steven Knowlton. Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, RG Records of the Bureau of the Public Debt, RG General Records of the Department of State, RG Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 's, RG Records of U.S.
Army Commands,RG Records of the Office of the Secretary of War, RG I bought Mandy Banton's book, Administering the Empire,to save me money. Her page guide to years of Colonial Office records is well organized and written in in plain English and with a glance at a page I can tell if it will be of value to my project.5/5(1).
Extracts from Comprehensive list of Colonial Office records vol. and supplementary vol. [M, M]. MLA Citation. Great Britain.
Public Record Office. and Australian Joint Copying Project. and National Library of Australia. and State Library of New South Wales.Most colonial ship records contain little information about the passengers. Generally the list of passengers was a partial list and included names of the most important men.
Women and children were often not listed. Since the capitans were not required to give their records to anyone, they kept the records themselves, destroyed the records or did not keep any records. Most of the records.This is a microform set that includes: British Public Record Office, Colonial Office, class 5 files; Guide to British Public Record Office, Colonial Office, class 5 files; Colonial Office records, class 5 files.
Princeton University Library offers a guide to Finding British Government Documents External at Princeton that includes this set.