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The constitution of New Zealand: despatch from Sir George Grey to the Right Hon. Earl Grey.

by Great Britain. Colonial Office.

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Published in Aukland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutions -- New Zealand.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNew Zealand. Governor-general, 1846-1854 (Grey)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p.
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22864730M
    OCLC/WorldCa17017615

    Ab FURTHER DESPATCHES FROM THE RIGHT HON. THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES AND HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR OF NEW ZEALAND, Comprised in Papers on the Affairs of New Zealand, presented to the Imperial Parliament, and not . Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, also called (–06) Baron Grey, or (–07) Viscount Howick, (born Ma , Falloden, Northumberland, Eng.—died J , Howick, Northumberland), British politician, leader of the Whig (liberal) Party, and prime minister (–34), who presided over the passage of the Reform Act of , modernizing the franchise and the electoral system.

    in Australia and New Zealand Governor Grey's New Act-Application to make Elections to the Council Valid by an Act-Proposal to appeal to Supreme Court to test Validity of Proceedings-Corporation Furniture seized for Rent-Meeting of Young-Despatch from Earl Grey as . A letter to the Right Hon. Earl Grey: suggesting reasons for His Lordship's deferring his plan of church reform, as intimated by him in the House of Lords, on the 7th of February, until the public mind has been more fully expressed in respect of our established church "confounding the doctrines of heathenism with Christ's religion," as charged.

    Descended from a long-established Northumbrian family seated at Howick Hall, Grey was the second but eldest surviving son of General Charles Grey KB (–) and his wife, Elizabeth (/4–), daughter of George Grey of Southwick, co. Durham. He had four brothers and two sisters. He was educated at Richmond School, followed by Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, acquiring a Children: 16, including Henry, Charles, Frederick, and . 12 See O. Hadfield, One of England’s little wars: a letter to the Right Hon. the Duke of Newcastle, Secretary of State for the Colonies (London ); Hadfield, A sequel to “One of England’s little wars”: being an account of the real origin of the war in New Zealand, its present stage, and the future prospects of the colony (London ); Hadfield, The New Zealand war: the second year Cited by: 8.


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Sir George Grey, KCB (14 April – 19 September ) was a British soldier, explorer, colonial administrator and writer. He served in a succession of governing positions: Governor of South Australia, twice Governor of New Zealand, Governor of Cape Colony, and the 11th Premier of New Zealand.

Grey was born in Lisbon, Portugal, just a few days after his father, Lieutenant-Colonel George Education: Royal Grammar School, Guildford. Otago Witness 29 December page 23 & Bismarck Prince July 30 Baden-Powell Sir G.S.

November 21 Bain Mrs James aged 77 arrived Otago September 24 Barkly Sir Henry aged 83 October 22 Barr Archibald chief postmaster in Otago for 30 years August 20 Barron Mrs, mother Hon. J.G. Ward; aged 68 November 10 Bayard Hon.

Mr T F aged 70 September 29 Begg Adam aged 86. Shield of arms of Henry Grey, 3rd Earl Grey, as displayed on his Order of the Garter stall plate in St. George's Chapel. Henry George Grey, 3rd Earl Grey KG GCMG PC (28 December – 9 October ), known as Viscount Howick from untilwas an English h: William IV, Victoria.

More conclusive is a pamphlet in the Turnbull Library "The Constitution of New Zealand: Despatch from Sir George Grey to the Rt Hon Earl Grey" (ATL, Pam ). The Turnbull Library copy is inscribed by Sir George Grey to "G Didsbury with Sir G Grey's regards".

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Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Grey, Henry George Grey, Earl, ; Format: Book, Microform, Online; 79 p. In Britain an idealistic secretary of state for the colonies, Henry George Grey (Earl Grey), heard the calls.

In he instructed New Zealand’s governor, George Grey (not a relative), to gradually implement a three-tiered – municipal, provincial and national – system of self-government in New Zealand. -George Clarke letter 30 March (Enclosure in George Grey to Stanley 12 June ), New Zealand.

Vol. 6, Correspondence and Papers Relating to New Zealand, –Author: Timothy Rowse. In a succession of difficult postings—South Australia, New Zealand, South Africa—the energetic George Grey proved himself one of the British Empire’s most able governors.

Yet when he returned to New Zealand in for a second term, the magic was fading. The colony was on the brink of civil war, and local politicians were unwilling [ ].

Earl Grey's still more notable despatch of 31st July,recognised that there are questions which affected "Australia collectively, the regulation of which, in some uniform manner and by some single authority, may be essential to the welfare of them all," and " a central legislative authority for the whole of the Australian colonies" was.

Remarks upon a despatch from the Right Hon. Earl Grey to Governor Grey. dated Dec Bishops’ Auckland: Printed at the College Press in 3 parts, cover-title, 81p, sewn. Contemporary. George Grey’s most popular book is The Junior Classics, Volume II: Folk Tales and Myths.

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grouping_node volume 1 a. front front matter; grouping_node section a: legislative and political (includes native affairs). chapter a further despatches from his excellency the governor of new zealand, to the right hon. the secretary of state for the colonies. chapter aa further despatches from the right hon.

the secretary of state for the colonies to the governor of new zealand. In he wrote with other chiefs to the Queen to insist upon the observance of the stipulations of the treaty of Waitangi in regard to the inviolability of native lands, which had been ignored in a despatch of Earl Grey, the Colonial Secretary, to Sir George Grey, the then Governor of the colony.

In reply Earl Grey completely changed his tone.In the following pages the various sections of the British Empire outside the United Kingdom are arranged in alphabetical order under the divisions of the world to which they belong:— 1. New Zealand: its Physical Geography, Geology, and Natural History.

2 vols. 4. Rees (W. L.), Sir George Grey, K.C.B.: His Life and Times. 2nd edition Author: J. Scott Keltie.He quotes largely from the despatches of Sir George Grey, Earl Grey, and Sir John Pakington ; and to analyse his remarks on these despatches is very j tempting. but I shall simply quote section 9of Sir i John Pakington's despatch, and leave the public to judge j " Nor have provisions been inserted (in the Constitution Act) giving.