Humane policy : or, Justice to the aborigines of new settlements : essential to a due expenditure of British money, and to the best interests of the settlers. With suggestions how to civilise the natives by an improved administration of existing means / by S. Bannister. --

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Bannister, Saxe, 1790-1877
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HUMANE POLICY; OR JUSTICE TO THE ABORIGINES OF NEW SETTLEMENTS 5
HUMANE POLICY; OR O JUSTICE TO THE ABORIGINES OF NEW SETTLEMENTS 7
DEDICATION. 9
CONTENTS. 15
APPENDIX. 19
AN INQUIRY, &c. 23
CHAPTER II. Means available for civilising the Aborigines of the Colonies; and especially the Natives of South Africa. 47
Judicial and Magisterial Reports. 54
Letter of Governor Janssens to the Landrost of Swellendam; dated, April 10, 1803. 60
Proclamation of 10th May, 1803. 61
Evidence. 62
Country Jurisdictions. 63
CHAPTER III. (2.)—Lands duly respected, whilst belonging to the Natives: and duly distributed after being acquired by the Crown. 73
TRANSLATION. “To His Excellency Sir Lowry Cole, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope." 92
Neutral Ground. 112
CHAPTER IV. 3.-Trade duly protected. 129
From January to December 31st, 1828. 150
Sales at Wesleyville in Caffreland, from July 31st to December 1827. 150
CHAPTER V. 4.-Political Intercourse duly kept up. 169
CHAPTER VI. 5.—Supporting the well-disposed Colonists. 198
CHAP. VII. 6.—Supporting the well-disposed, Natives. 211
CHAPTER VIII. 7.—Instruction religious and civil duly imparted. 251
CHAP. IX. 8.—Money from England duly expended. 257
CHAPTER X. Conclusion. 261
APPENDIX, No. 1. 269
“Description of Ratal. 270
“Description of the Point Pescadores. 271
“Description of Fnmos. 272
“Description of Point St. Lucia. 272
“Description of the River St. Esprit and its Bay. 273
In the 17th Century, Dampier preserved the following account of Natal. 274
Journey overland from Delagoa Bay to the Cape in 1683. 280
following Notes were taken from the Minutes of Council and other Manuscripts at the Cape of Good Hope and elsewhere. 281
At the Company's Fort,—The Perseverance at Rio Delagoa. 296
Reply to the last Letter. 317
Letter from Mr. Farewell to the Governor of the Cape. 318
Lieutenant Farewells Settlement at Port Natal. 321
Missionary Journal towards Natal from the Cape Frontier, 1829. 338
following Letter teas sent from Cape Town, in support of the Natal proposals. 362
APPENDIX, No. 2. 373
Extract from Governor Van Riebeck's original Journal. 374
Second Document. 379
Third Document. 381
APPENDIX, No. 3. 385
Translation of a Letter to the Fiscal. 390
Dr. Vander Kemp to Sir F. Dundas. 400
Dr. Vander Kemp to the Fiscal. 400
Dr. Vander Kemp to the Fiscal. 402
Dr. Vander Kemp to Sir F. Dundas. 403
Dr. Vander Kemp to the Fiscal. 405
Dr. Vander Kemp to Mr. Ross, in reply. 409
Fiscal to Dr. Vander Kemp, in reply. 410
To Mr. Ross. 412
Dr. Pander Kemp to the Fiscal. 414
“The commando under Vander Walt is postponed until the 1st of June.—J. ABERCROMBIE, May 17, 1802.” 416
Fiscal to Dr. Vander Kemp. 418
Dr. Vander Kemp to Mr. Ross. 419
Dr. Vander Kemp to Mr. Ross. 422
To Mr. Ross. 424
Dr. Vander Kemp to the Fiscal. 425
Secretary of Government to Dr. Vander Kemp. 427
From Dr. Vander Kemp to the Fiscal. 429
Dr. Vander Kemp to Mr. Barnard.—Replies to a letter of the 23rd of July. 439
Further answer. 440
Fiscal to Dr. Vander Kemp. 442
Dr. Vander Kemp to General Dundas. 444
Governor Janssens. 447
Governor Janssens to Dr. Vander Kemp. 452
Dr. Vander Kemp to Lieut.-Gov. Grey. 455
Governor Janssens. 457
Governor Janssens to Dr. Vander Kemp. 462
Dr. Vander Kemp to Lieut.-Gov. Grey. 465
Dr. Vander Kemp to the Colonial Secretary. 467
Colonial Secretary to Dr. Vander Kemp. 472
Dr. Vander Kemp to the Colonial Secretary. 473
Dr. Vander Kemp to Lord Caledon. 478
Dr. Vander Kemp to Lord Caledon. 479
Dr. Vander Kemp to Lord Caledon. 492
To his Excellency Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. F. Cradock. 499
APPENDIX, No. 4. 509
APPENDIX, No. 5. 515
APPENDIX, Nos. 6 AND 7. 521
Mr. Bains Journal.—Notes from the Cape Advertiser. 521
APPENDIX, No. 8. 531
APPENDIX, No. 9. 535
APPENDIX, No. 10. 543
APPENDIX, No. 11. 547
APPENDIX, No. 12. 549
APPENDIX, No. 13. 553

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