2 edition of colonial administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland. found in the catalog.
colonial administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland.
Cyril Willis Dixon
THE ARRIVAL OF SIR THOMAS MAITLAND Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Maitland set foot in Ceylon on 17th July taking up his appointment as His Majesty's Representative: the second British Governor of the island. At the age of forty-six, he was a man With considerable military experience, having proved himself an effective leader In India and. Sir Thomas Gates. Sir Thomas Gates (d. ) Contributed by Martha McCartney. Sir Thomas Gates served as governor of Virginia in and then as lieutenant governor from until Born in the southwest of England, he served in the West Indies with Sir Francis Drake and fought with Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex, in Normandy and Cádiz, where Gates was knighted in
Books. Mary Queen of Scots’ Downfall – The Life and Murder of Henry, Lord Darnley w. of Sir Richard Maitland of Lethington, and d. of Sir Thomas Cranston of Crosbie: Drummond, Lilias: d. of Sir John Maitland, Cr. Lord Maitland of Thirlestane Maitland, James: s. of William Maitland . colonial subjectivities for the Ionian people by colonial governors and officials. This is set in the context of political reforms that occurred in Britain and the Empire.
Colonial Office: Land and Emigration Commission, etc. Description Copies of out-letters, mostly addressed to Herman Merivale, some for the attention of Lord . Colonial governors or other early notables, or immigrants with relatively few descendants include Thomas Boone (NJ and SC), Mrs. Mary Woodcock Bridges of Mass., Henry Hamilton Cox of PA, Lady Elizabeth Tate Hardy (NY), Thomas Jernegan and Thomas Law of VA, James William Maitland of NY (from the Addendum, a great-great-grandfather of Howard Dean), Mrs. Millicent Kate McLaughlin .
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The Colonial Administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland - Hardback by Willis Cyril Dixon and published by Frank Cass & Co. Ltd This rare book describes many of the more colourful episodes in the career of Sir Thomas Maitland, while, in its account of his role as governor, it makes a valuable contribution to the study of early colonial history.
1st Edition Published on December 5, by Routledge First published inthis volume describes many of the more colourful episodes in the career of Sir T The Colonial Administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland - 1st Edition - C.
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[C Willis Dixon]. Lieutenant General The Right Honourable Sir Thomas Maitland GCB GCH (10 March – 17 January ) was a British soldier and colonial governor. He also served as a Member of Parliament for Haddington from –, –06 and – He was made a Privy Councillor on 23 November He was the second surviving son of James Maitland, 7th Earl of Lauderdale, and the younger Battles/wars: Peninsular War, Napoleonic Wars, Haitian.
MAITLAND, Hon. Thomas (). Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Thorne, Available from Boydell and Brewer. Willis Dixon C., The Colonial administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland. New York: Frank Cass and Company Ltd.
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(account of plague in Malta in ). Br Med J. Sir Thomas Maitland was assigned to Ceylon (Sri Lanka) as the British Governor during the period of – Governor Maitland was a 46 year old bachelor who decided to construct his country residence on a breathtaking beachfront property at "Galkissa" (Mount Lavinia).
Επιπλέον Βιβλιογραφία. Lord, Sir Thomas Maitland: the mastery of the Mediterranean () C. Dixon, The colonial administrations of Sir.
Sir Thomas Maitland served as a governor of Corfu during the British administration in Malta and he also died as a bachelor in the island. By aboutthe secret tunnel from Governor Maitland’s palace to Lavinia’s residence was sealed and the village surrounding the mansion became a well developed modern city.
The Crown Colony of the Island of Malta and its Dependencies (commonly known as the Crown Colony of Malta or simply Malta) was the British colony in the Maltese islands, today the modern Republic of was established when the Malta Protectorate was transformed into a British Crown colony inand this was confirmed by the Treaty of Paris in Unlike the first Civil High Commissioner in Malta Sir Alexander Ball (), who endeared himself with the Maltese, the first colonial Governor of Malta Sir Thomas Maitland () was.
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Earl Bathurst (Secretary of State for the Colonies) laid down the general policy, with which Maitland was in complete agreement, and Maitland distinguished himself by the ingenuity with which he carried out these orders.
() The Colonial Administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland, New York. Ref in Eleni Calligas () p The Colonial Administrations of Sir Thomas Maitland. By C. WILLIS DIXON. (New York: Longmans, Green and Company. MAITLAND, Sir PEREGRINE, army officer and colonial administrator; b.
6 July at Longparish Hall, Hampshire, England, son of Thomas Maitland and Jane Mathew; m. first 8 June Louisa Crofton (d. Maitland, Thomas, Sir, ?) found: Théodore Hédouville correspondence, (General Thomas Maitland, commander of the British forces in Saint-Domingue; in he assumed command of a British expeditionary force that had been attempting since to wrest Saint-Domingue (i.e., Haiti) from French control).
The first record of him is a deed from James Mason to Thomas Felton, carpenter, dated It included a petition of Thomas Burns that Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, the wife of James Mason, had defamed in a vile manner, Martha, the wife of the petitioner.
Peter Galloway writes (pp ) that Sir Thomas Maitland created the Order and the Honour in order to 'reward loyalty and dedication' to the new administration, as a method of 'securing and perpetuating loyalty', as the cheapest and most powerful way to flatter the vanity of eminent islanders (letter of 31 May, ).
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W. Dixon, Londonreprinted Frank Cass Ltd Drawn from Colonial Office archives fort he period - The Kandyan Wars, the British Army in Ceylon G Powell, Leo Cooper, Londoncovers Sir Thomas Maitland's administration.Thomas had 9 siblings: Sir John (Lord Chancelor of Scotland) Maitland (Lauderdale 1st Lord Thirlestane Chancellor Maitland, William Roxburgh Maitland of Lethington and 7 other siblings.
Thomas passed away circaat age 71 at death place.Copies of out-letters, mostly addressed to Herman Merivale, some for the attention of the Secretary of State for War and the Colonies.
The correspondence is largely concerned with the sale and rent of land, Crown grants, the development of colonial economies, conditions on board migrant ships, the discovery of gold, and financial matters.