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James Stephen and the British colonial system, 1813-1847.
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The British Empire Harpers Historical Series 4 copies James Stephen and the British colonial system, 2 copies Letters from Lord Sydenham, Governor General of . 2 The testimony of her son, Leslie, cited in Paul Knaplund, James Stephen and the British Colonial System (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, ) 13 3 Practical View of the Prevailing Religious Conceptions of Professed Christians in the Higher and Middle Classes in this Country contrasted with real Christianity (). Manning, British Colonial Government After the American Revolution – (), Fox seems to say that the phrase was “emphatically stiled” by Henry Dundas .
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This book takes as a whole James Stephen’s attitudes and advice on colonial policy across the portfolio and over the thirty-odd years that he was at the Colonial Office. There is, of course, contradiction and change in his opinions as the empire itself changed: I’m sure that Stephen would have agreed with the aphorism attributed to John Maynard Keynes (“When the facts change, I change my.
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JAMES STEPHEN AND BRITISH WEST INDIA POLICY, William A. Green * During his long tenure at the Colonial Office, James Stephen was the subject of bitter controversy. The son of a leading abolitionist, Stephen was raised in the bosom of the Clapham Sect and married to the daughter of one of its members.1 His origins and associations.
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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Author: Paul Knaplund. Roger Anstey, The Atlantic Slave Trade and British Abolition, – (Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press, ), pp. –4 Google Scholar 9. Quoted in Michael Craton, James Walvin and David Wright, Slavery, Abolition and : Franklin W.
Knight. See Paul Knaplund, James Stephen and James Stephen and the British colonial system British Colonial System, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Cf, Russell Smandych, ' "To soften the Extreme Rigor of Their Bondage": James Stephen's Attempt to Reform the Criminal Slave Laws of the West Indies,' Law and History Review, JAMES STEPHEN AND THE BRITISH COLONIAL SYSTEM By Paul Knaplund (University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, ) Men of high principle and strict integrity always run the risk of being taken for fanatics.
Their convictions, because they are strong, often alarm the timid. Their consistency, to the unsympathetic, appears. European colonial powers delivered a system of law to their possessions; this book examines the legal legacies from this practice that remain intact today.
Despite the claims that the white man’s burden included transfer of the rule of law to less-enlightened countries, the number of people who were involved in legal administration for the British Empire was small.
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Bourne, H. Fox. The story of our colonies: with sketches of their present condition / by H.R. Fox Bourne James Hogg & Son London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Australian Dictionary of Biography: Sir James Stephen (), public servant, was born on 3 January at Lambeth, London, the third son of James Stephen (; M.P.
; Master in Chancery ) and his first wife Anne. Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, 1st Baronet, KCSI (3 March – 11 March ) was an English lawyer, judge and writer. Born in Kensington, London, he was the son of James Stephen, the brother of the author and critic Sir Leslie Stephen, the uncle of Virginia Woolf, and a cousin of the jurist A.V.
Dicey. He was educated at Eton College, and Alma mater: King's College, London, Trinity College. This chapter examines the idealism and legal practice of Sir James Stephen. He was tasked with overseeing the laws of the British Empire from to His legal work was greatly influenced by his evangelical faith, and he saw the administration of law as a service to God.
He was also a strident critic of the British colonial policies, and saw the rule of law as one way to atone for the. 6 Knaplund, James Stephen and the British colonial system,7 Knaplund, James Stephen and the British colonial system,8 Knaplund, James Stephen and the British colonial system,9 Michael Hennell, Sons of the Prophets: Evangelical Leaders of the Victorian Church (London:: S.P.C.K., ).
Knaplund, Paul, James Stephen and the British colonial system – (Madison, ). Knox, Bruce, ‘Democracy, aristocracy and empire: the provision of colonial honours –’, Australian Historical Studies, 25 (), – Resources by Paul Knaplund (11) James Stephen and the British colonial system, / by Paul Knaplund Knaplund, Paul, [ Book: ].
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The Missionary Roots of Liberal Democracy. ROBERT D. WOODBERRY (a1)Cited by: Abstract. It was in the Americas that a repositioning of power took place during the first few decades of Pax British consolidated their authority in British North America, aided, as we have seen, by the development of Bermuda as a naval base, which supplemented their old anchors of empire at such places as Antigua and : Barry Gough.
Smandych, ‘James Stephen, the Colonial Office, and the Fight for the Protection of Slaves and Indigenous Peoples in British Colonial Criminal Law, ’ above n 4. Foster, Hosking and Nettelbeck, above nCited in Ibid 3. PRO, CO 13/10, foliosGovernor Hindmarsh to Lord Glenelg, 16 Marchfolio 2 The testimony of her son, Leslie, cited in Paul Knaplund, James S ephen and the British Colonial System (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, ) 13 address to the ruling classes.
3 Hannah Moore’s Sunday schools and educational endeavours. James Stephen, "Colonization as a Branch of Social Economy," address to the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, Liverpool, Octo ; reproduced as an appendix in Knaplund, James Stephen and the British Colonial System, pp.
; the quotation from George Cornewall Lewis appears on p. Sir James Stephen () was born at Lambeth on 3 Jan.the son of James Stephen (). He entered Trinity Hall, Cambridge, inand was called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn in (LL.B., ).
He became counsel to the colonial department inwith responsibility for reporting on act of the colonial legislatures. “To Soften the Extreme Rigor of Their Bondage”: James Stephen's Attempt to Reform the Criminal Slave Laws of the West Indies, – InJames Stephen, Jr., a twenty-four-year-old lawyer, was appointed part-time by the British Colonial Office to write legal opinions on the validity of colonial Cited by: 7.
Knaplund, Paul, James Stephen and the British colonial system – (Madison, ). Knox, Bruce, ‘Democracy, aristocracy and empire: the provision of colonial honoursAuthor: Zoe Laidlaw.
James Stephen and the British colonial system, by Paul Knaplund 1 edition - first published in 2 Paul Knaplund, James Stephen and the British Colonial SystemUniversity of Wisconsin Press, Madison,3 Quoted in R.
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More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. Read the full-text online edition of British Colonial Developments, (). BRITISH GUIANA: JAMES STEPHEN TO HORACE TWISS, 25 August B. MODIFICATIONS IN THE OLD COLONIAL SYSTEM. A biographical dictionary of the British colonial governor / by: Kirk-Greene, A.
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