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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. from various periods to – Imp. 4. Calcutta, Each of the colonies publishes an Annual Blue Book and Statistical Register, containing Author: J. Scott Keltie. PBS Library maintains a separate section for PIDE publications in which all books, research reports, policy notes, and working papers of PIDE have been displayed. Pakistan Development Review ( to ) is available. Gazettes Section: This section maintains archives of the following gazette documents: Government of Pakistan () 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. Natal Blue-book for Pietermaritzburg, Each of the colonies publishes an Annual Blue Book and Statistical Register, containing Annual Author: J. Scott Keltie. First and second annual reports of the Board of State Harbor Commissioners (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Port and terminal: a journal of waterfront development. (Extracted from Lloyd's register book, ) (London [Lloyd's [electronic resource]: forwarded to the secretary of state for the colonies, October 1st,
The Napoleonic invasion of the Iberian peninsula precipitated the Spanish American wars of independence (–), resulting in the loss of its most valuable colonies. In its former colonies in the Americas, Spanish is the dominant language and Catholicism the main religion, enduring cultural legacies of the Spanish l: Madrid (de facto; de jure since , except . Early life Youth and family. Pétain was born in Cauchy-à-la-Tour (in the Pas-de-Calais département in Northern France) in His father, Omer-Venant, was a farmer. His great-uncle, a Catholic priest, Father Abbe Lefebvre (), had served in Napoleon's Grande Armée and told the young Pétain tales of war and adventure of his campaigns from the peninsulas of Preceded by: Albert Lebrun (as President of France). ‘The True Conception of Empire: Speech of the British Secretary of State for the Colonies at the annual dinner of the Royal Colonial Institute on Ma ’, Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, – Page 37 REPORTS FROM STATES 37 Another act of the last legislature providing for reports of outdoor poor relief, to be made quarterly by township overseers of the poor to the Board of State Charities, did not go into effect until the autumn of i; and its results are only beginning to be seen. Full reports are required, and the law will in a.
Secretary of State for War (and Air till Apr ) Feb - Oct Secretary of State for the Colonies. Nov - Jun Chancellor of the Exchequer. Sep - May First Lord of the Admiralty. May - Jul Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister of Defence. Jul - Oct Leader of the Opposition. The Colonial State, Africans and the Cattle Quality Clause in Southern Rhodesia, c– Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Southern African Studies 42(2) March with ReadsAuthor: Wesley Mwatwara. And in a small State like Rhode Island, where all the State institutions are upon one farm, and are under the immediate supervision of the appointing and legislative powers, a separate board of State charities, as a board of inspection, may not be necessary; but in a large State such a board is essential, if proper supervision is to be maintained. Annual report of the State Tax Commissioner and the State Board of Equalization and Assessment. ([Lincoln]: State Board of Equalization and Assessment, ), by Nebraska. Board of Equalization and Assessment (page images at HathiTrust) Annual report. (Carson City, Nev.: State Printing Office.), by Nevada Tax Commission (page images at.