5 edition of The Cape parliament, 1854-1910 found in the catalog.
The Cape parliament, 1854-1910
J. L. McCracken
Bibliography: p. 142-150.
|Statement||by J. L. McCracken.|
|LC Classifications||JQ2054 .M34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||67094065|
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texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The Cape parliament, by McCracken, J. Publication date Topics Cape of Good Hope. Parliament. -- History, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Politics and governmentPages: The Parliament of the Cape of Good Hope functioned as the legislature of the Cape Colony, from its founding inuntil the creation of the Union of South Africa inwhen it was dissolved and the Parliament of South Africa was established.
It consisted of the House of Assembly (the lower house) and the legislative council (the upper house). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCracken, J.L. Cape parliament, Oxford, Clarendon P., (OCoLC) Guide to Cape of Good Hope official publications, (known as Musiker.) GR MUSI Index to the annexures and printed papers of the House of Assembly, Volume 1,Volume 2,Volume 3, GR CAPEAuthor: Laureen Rushby.
OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/outre___num_55___t1___2. The Debates or Hansard (named after the British publisher of debates) are the verbatim records of the proceedings in the House of Assembly.
From to the Debates were reported in the newspapers: in the South African Commercial Advertiser, in the Standard and Mail and in the Cape microfilm newspapers. Governor and the Cape Parliament, Acts of Parliament published in annual numerical sequences.
British Orders-in-Council, applied to the Cape Colony by the Governor's Proclamations. This book has been cited by the following publications. CO 48, War and Colonial Office: Cape of Good Hope Colony (Cape Colony), Original Correspondence, –, – The Cape Parliament – Oxford: Clarendon Press, McDowell.
The Cape Colony was brought under "responsible government" in Under its previous political system, the government ministers of the Cape reported to the appointed British Governor of Cape Colony, and not to the locally elected Cape Parliament.A popular movement arose in the early s, led by local leader John Molteno, to make the government of the country.
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Engraving of the first opening of the Cape Parliament in The Parliament of the Cape of Good Hope functioned as the legislature of the Cape Colony, from its founding inuntil the creation of the Union of South Africa inwhen it was dissolved and the Parliament of South Africa was established.
It consisted of the House of Assembly (the lower house) and the. The party had its origins in the liberal tradition that arose in the western half of the Cape Colony in its early parliamentary history.
In the s, the liberal Afrikaans politician Jacobus W. Sauer led a "South African Political Association" in an attempt to unite the Cape's anti-imperialist opposition.
The Romance of a Colonial Parliament: Being a Narrative of the Parliament and Councils of the Cape of Good Hope from the Founding of the Colony by Van Riebeeck in to the Union of South Africa in Author: Ralph Pilkington Kilpin: Publisher: Longmans, Green and Company, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Sep.
Cape of Good Hope, rocky promontory at the southern end of Cape Peninsula, Western Cape province, South Africa. It was first sighted by the Portuguese navigator Bartolomeu Dias in on his return voyage to Portugal after ascertaining the southern limits of the African continent.
The Cape Parliament – Oxford, Mebelo, H. Reaction to colonialism: a prelude to the politics of independence in northern Zambia, – Jacobus Wilhelmus ("J.W.") Sauer ( – 24 July ), was a prominent liberal politician of the Cape served as Minister in multiple Cape governments, and was influential in several unsuccessful attempts to enshrine equal political rights for black South Africans in the constitution of the Union of South was also a strong early supporter of women's rights and suffrage.
John Charles Molteno Jr. (4 March – 23 March ) M.L.A., was a South African exporter and Member of Parliament. He was a prominent anti-imperialist of the Cape Colony, and a denouncer of British policies which led to the Boer War, chairing the South Africa Conciliation Committee in Cape Town.
He was also a supporter of expanded civil rights for Black Africans. The annual Blue books of the Colonies were key publications.
The annual Cape of Good Hope blue book was published from to It contained tables of information, the civil establishment, public finance and, fromreports of the civil commissioners of districts.Parliament of the Cape of Good Hope: | | ||| | Engraving of the first opening of the Cape Parlia World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.27 This description of the western Cape is drawn from Katzen, M.
F., ‘White Settlers and the Origin of a New Society’, in Wilson, and Thompson, eds., The Oxford History of South Africa, v. I (New York and Oxford, ).