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1 McLINTOCK, A.H. DUCKWORTH STEPHEN, James MILBANKE, Mark, Admiral Establishment of Constitutional Government in Newfoundland, 1783-1832 : A Study of Retarded Colonisation. Lovely copy in dj
Longmans, Green & Co, London., New York and Toronto, 1941, 
McLINTOCK, A.H. The Establishment of Constitutional Government in Newfoundland, 1783-1832 : A Study of Retarded Colonisation. London., New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green & Co., (1941). First Edition. Pp (6), [vii]-[xv], (1), [1]-246. Map. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. O'Dea 2316. The work of a New Zealander. No.17 in the Royal Empire Society Imperial Studies series. Chapters : 1. The Legacy of the Past; 2. The Problems of the Peace; 3. The Struggle for Legal Reform (pp.52-77); 4. The Era of Transition; 5. Post-War Diplomacy and Disillusionment; 6. The Fight for Colonial Status; 7. The Establishment of Representative Government. Appendices including: (V) Admiral Milbanke's (DCB V:595-6, DNLB p.223) letter to Mr. George Hutchings regarding his right to erect a house; (VI) Duckworth's 1810 proclamation concerning the cultivation of land; (VII) James Stephen's report on the suggested form of the Legislature for Newfoundland; and extracts from treaties. With a bibliography and an index. Very good in very good dust-jacket with a few light smudges. Over all a lovely clean copy. 200.00

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2 McLINTOCK, A.H. DUCKWORTH STEPHEN, James MILBANKE, Mark, Admiral Establishment of Constitutional Government in Newfoundland, 1783-1832 : A Study of Retarded Colonisation. Lovely copy in dj
Longmans, Green & Co, London., New York and Toronto, 1941, 
McLINTOCK, A.H. The Establishment of Constitutional Government in Newfoundland, 1783-1832 : A Study of Retarded Colonisation. London., New York and Toronto: Longmans, Green & Co., (1941). First Edition. Pp (6), [vii]-[xv], (1), [1]-246. Map. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. O'Dea 2316. The work of a New Zealander. No.17 in the Royal Empire Society Imperial Studies series. Chapters : 1. The Legacy of the Past; 2. The Problems of the Peace; 3. The Struggle for Legal Reform (pp.52-77); 4. The Era of Transition; 5. Post-War Diplomacy and Disillusionment; 6. The Fight for Colonial Status; 7. The Establishment of Representative Government. Appendices including: (V) Admiral Milbanke's (DCB V:595-6, DNLB p.223) letter to Mr. George Hutchings regarding his right to erect a house; (VI) Duckworth's 1810 proclamation concerning the cultivation of land; (VII) James Stephen's report on the suggested form of the Legislature for Newfoundland; and extracts from treaties. With a bibliography and an index. Bowed, corners bumped, penned name, else very good in rubbed, spine-browned, slightly chipped, price-clipped dustjacket. 160.00

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