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General correspondence (inwards) and papers of the Board of Trade and pre-1863 files of the Commercial Departement...
Correspondents include: Sam Enderby, Alex Champion, John Reeves...
Governor Phillip re return of land grants in New South Wales and related islands.
Includes: John King re extract of a letter from Governor Phillip to Lord Grenville re sighting of spermaceti whales, 5 Nov 1791.
Correspondents include: Robert Brooke, (St. Helena); Alex Champion, Sam Enderby, John Reeves...
Correspondents include: Henry Dundas; John Reeves, George Chalmers...
W. Ramsay (United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies) re a bounty on the exportation of refined sugar.
Governor Grose re return of land grants in New South Wales.
Correspondents include: Charles Long, William Fawkener; owners of ships employed in whaling in the South Seas...
Correspondents include: Charles Long, Owners of Ships Employed in whaling in Greenland Seas and Davis Strait...
Correspondents include: Governor King; Owners of Ships Employed in Southern Whale Fishery...
Correspondents include: William Ramsay...
Corresponents include: N. Vansittart; Sam Holdsworth (Wakefield); Merchant exporters and dealers in East Indies indigo; Merchants and dyers of London, Gloucester, Wilts, Somerset and Exeter; Owners of Ships Employed in Southern Whale Fishery...
Correspondents include: Owners of Ships Employed in Southern Whale Fishery; W. Ramsay, Navy Office; John Prinsep...
Correspondents include: Alex Champion, Sam Enderby; W. Ramsay; Merchants of London...
Correspondents include: John Sargent; Capt. John McArthur; Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Woollen Manufacturers of Britain; Sir Joseph Banks; Prinsep and Saunders; N. Vansittart; Merchants of London...
Correspondents include: Simon Lock; B. Rotch; C.F. Greville; Owners of Ships Employed in Southern Whale Fishery...
Correspondents include: C.F. Greville; Robert Campbell...
Jonas Phillips & Sons, request to enter casks of vermillion from Hambro in warehouse without paying duty.
Rev. Samuel Marsden re testing of Botany Bay flax and hemp lines; specimens of hemp and flax from Botany Bay.
Subjects include: Relief and encouragement of Spanish sheep in NSW.
Repeal of act relating to the carrying of East India goods direct from the East Indies to the West Indies will not cover all situations; results of a test of 'Qubec' timber casks on board Britannica.
Correspondents include: John Turnbull; William Jacob...
Correspondents include: Governor King; Pomarey (King of Otaheite); W. Ramsay...
Account of seal skins imported into Great Britain during 1804-1806.
Correspondents include: John Banks, Thomas Chapman...
Correspondents include: A. Birnie...
Subjects include: Draft of a bill for granting bounties on cottons and linens exported to New South Wales.
Captain Paul West of the ship Cyrus re hostile conduct from Spanish cruisers on the coast of Peru.
William Fawkener re application for the extension of the limits of the Southern Whale Fishery.
J.F. Barham re a paper on the mode of cultivating a sugar plantation in the East Indies, delivered by Mr. Botham.
Governor Macquarie re establishment of a Government Colonial Bank.
Correspondents include: Navy Board; R. Barlow (Chatham Dockyard)...
Correspondents include: Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the East India Company...
Correspondents include: Charles Clarke; Robert Peel...
Correspondents include: Robert Peel; Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the East India Company; Governor Macquarie; A. Birnie; William Young...
Subjects include: Governor Macquarie; John Thomas Campbell; W. Nelson...
Correspondents include: Robert Peel; William Wilson; Price, Darlot & Co...
Correspondents include: W. Ramsay (East India Company)...
Correspondents include: W. Ramsay of the East India Company; Committee of Warehouses of East India Company...
Correspondents include: Henry Goulburn; William May...
Correspondents include: Sam Enderby...
Correspondents include: Adventurers in the Southern Whale Fishery...
Correspondents include: W. Garrow; John Reeves...
Correspondents include: William Mellish; Benjamin Rotch; Adventurers in the Southern Whale Fishery...
Correspondents include: Governor Macquarie; Sam Enderby...
Correspondents include: George Allen Aylwin; Commissioners for the Affairs of India...
Correspondents include: George Harrison of the Commission of Customs in Scotland; Sam Enderby...
Correspondents include: Henry Goulburn; William May; Thomas Courtenay; William Gurnow?, S. Shepherd...
Correspondents include: John Meheux...
Correspondents include: James & Arthur Wilkinson; John Prinsep and Thomas Saunders...
Correspondents include: Custom House...
Correspondents include: Benjamin Rotch...
Correspondents include: Stephen Cottrell; Benjamin Rotch...
Correspondents include: Buckles, Bagster & Buchanan...
Correspondents include: Francis Rotch, John Reeves, Sam Enderby...
Correspondents include: Paxton Cockerill...
Correspondents include: St. Barbe, Green & Nichols...
Correspondents include: St. Barbe and Co...
Correspondents include: Ship Owners of London...
Correspondents include: Edward Boehin & John Taylor, Custom House...
Correspondents include: Captain Maconochie, Spice Planters of Sumatra, Foreign Office, Daniel Bennett & Sons...
Correspondents include: A. Binnie, Custom House...
Correspondents include: Bencoolen Planters, R. Scott, John Jebb and Thomas Reid (Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the East India Company), E. Cooke...
Correspondents include: Joseph Pinsent...
Correspondents include: Monsieur Blanshard...
Correspondents include: Secretary of the East India Company, Thomas Richardson...
Correspondents include: Governor Macquarie...
Correspondents include: Committee of Trade in Halifax; East India Company...
Governor Macquarie, duties in New South Wales, articles, imports of South Sea Islands, export.
[Compt.?] army account from [DBG Allan?], future value of copper coin.
Includes: Papton & Co., coffee imports; Thomas Chapman, dressing seal skins.
Includes: Emigres from Ireland, Scotland and England to foreign possessions.
Includes: Emigres from Ireland, Scotland and England to foreign possessions; Papton Cockerill, seizure of [Shacofield?]; Samuel Enderby, whaling
Includes: [T.P. Courtenay?], whaling; vessels employed in whale fishery and produce.
OIncludes: Whale Fishery; trade agriculture and fisheries of Nova Scotia; Earl of Dalhousie, [William Sabaties?], Samual Enderby, Nova Scotia whale fishery; Mr. Wilkinson, vessels to New South Wales.
Includes: S.R. Lushington, money for G. Chapman.
Includes: Society of Ship Owners, restrictions of East India trade.
Board of Directory of the East India Company, spice prices.
Includes: Duty on oil from NSW; reward for Thomas Chapman.
Includes: Commission of the Customs, duty on oil from NSW; Ship Owner's Committee, foreign trade.
Correspondents include: Batavia; House of Commons, Select Committee on Foreign Trade; East India agents; merchants of British India; Liverpool & East Indies Merchants; Belfast Chamber of Commerce; Merchants of London; Merchants & Manufacturers of Glasgow, Manchester and Salford, Leeds and neighbourhoods; Chamber of Commerce and Manufacturers of Edinburgh; Mr. Canning; Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the East India Company; Mr. Robertson...
Letters regarding: Papton & Co., [T.C. Courtenay?] British shipping on Dutch ship.
Letters regarding: Mellish and Enderby, whale fisheries from Cape of Good Hope, New South Wales.
[G. Mercury?] to Consul for the States of Massachusetts, regarding seal and whale fishery from USA; Sir Henry Wellesley regarding, Spanish commerce regulations, translations, foreign goods entry period.
Correspondents include: Lord Sidmouth; Merchants and Ship Owners of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay...
Merchants between Liverpool and East Indies: tonnage.
Letters include: William Gibbon & Co.: shipping sheep to Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales.
Letters include: Commissioners of Customs' report: duty on wood imported by Whiston & Hewitt from New South Wales.
Letters include: Mr. Fergus to General Ferguson: New Zealand flax.
Letters include: Rob Wilmont: quality of New Zealand flax. Customs report on John Raine's duty on oil. Thomas Chapman: royal bounty for seal skin fur.
P.W. Horton: flax, duty.
Notes of the judgment: Robertson v Clarke.
Customs, G. Bunster: duty on tanning bark.
Correspondents include: Joseph Planta, Admiralty, Foreign Office, Capt. C. [Charlton?], W. Palmer, F. Byng, Scott [Fairlie?]...
Entry books and bound copies of letters sent from the Board of Trade. Items copied by the AJCP include: Correspondence to government agencies, miscellaneous offices and individuals concerning various commercial and trade matters...
Miscellaneous papers, including reports, accounts, returns and registers. Select items copied by the AJCP include: original letters, reports, accounts and returns sent to the Board; First Committee Papers relating to New South Wales; information on land grants and the operations of the Southern Whale Fishery. Papers include information on Torres Strait; report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners for 1843 and a brief record of the colonial acts...
Includes letters and papers, Apr. 1843 - Dec. 1844, concerning the application of James Cumming to establish a trading factory at Port Essington, the development of the port and the use of the Torres Straits in general, a report of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners 1843, and a report of Customs 7 Feb. 1844 with other papers on the application by the French consul-general concerning imports in French vessels into New South Wales.
Contents include an entry, 21 July 1847, recommending that a charter of incorporation be granted to the Southern Whale Fishery Company on the petition of Charles Enderby and others.
Post-1863 files of the Commercial Department of the Board of Trade...
Schedule of commodities in respect of which new or increased preference are desired, forwarded to the Trade Commissioner for preliminary discussion with New Zealand Government, and correspondence arising therefrom (179pp).
Comprised printed tariff revision exports (396pp).
1. Imperial Economic Conference Australia. Senior Trade Commissioner's comments upon all items included in the schedule of goods in respect of which new or increased customs preferences are desired...
Commercial relations and treaties department H.M. Trade Commissioner. Melbourne. Imperial Economic Conference Australia. Possible added preference for all kinds of priniting machinery in tariff item 169A and E (170pp).
Commercial agreements Brazil, Canada and New Zealand (42pp).
In regard to the treatment of Australian goods imported into the UK (50pp).
Certain points raised by Mr Bruce for discussion (50pp).
As to giving his aid as regards duty in the agreement on UK goods having regard to the exchange advantage and in order that Austsralia and UK exporters may be on a level basis (406pp).
Political despatch nos. 78-79 from the Senior Trade Commissioner regarding subsequent developments, arising out of Ottawa Agreements. Methods of procedure, tariffs, etc (60pp).
Changes effected 25 July 1934 (90pp).
Includes 16pp off full-sheet paper Osara Mainichi (168pp + 16pp newspaper = 184pp).
Commercial relations (80pp).
1. New Zealand proposal for bilateral balancing agreement. Board of Trade memoradum regarding difficulties and objections...
Memoranda and reports of Meetings and Index 1935-36 (170pp).
Copy of telegram to H.M. Sr Trade Commissioner regarding:...
Interviews as regards maintenance of M.F.N. Principle between:...
Brief for meeting with Mr Nash, New Zealand's Minister of Finance, on the 9th June. Report on the course of the discussions up to their adjournment on the 14th April (23pp).
Circulated minutes - New Zealand 1/36 - 30/37 (276pp).
Note on various matters affecting the interpretation of the UK/New Zealand/Ottawa Trade Agreement outstanding on adjournment of negotiations on 2 July 1937 (60pp).
Views and suggestions for consideration during the commercial negotiations - general file (133pp).
Circulated memoranda (225pp).
Circulated minutes of meeting (122pp).
1 and 2 - June 1938-Feb 1939. 3. Aug-Dec 1935. (125pp).
Report on woollen piece goods and representations to the Australian Government in respect of this and other matters (78pp).
Draft memorandum for the Commonwealth Government (365pp).
Legislation re companies liable to social security charges and draft agreement for the reciprocal exemption from income tax of profits arising through agencies (75pp).
Import restrictions, etc. (199pp)
UK export of cotton textiles asking for official advice regarding export restriction on cotton goods to New Zealand (66pp).
Letter dated 3 Nov 1941 from non-ferrous metals control to Mr Clinkard, New Zealand Government Offices, asking that supplies of semi-manufactured non-ferrous metals should be obtained from USA rather UK. Question of sending similar communications to other Empire Governments (101pp).
Public statement to be made by New Zealand Government (70pp).
Article VII (375pp).
Requests from High Commissioners for guidance in respect of addresses to Chambers of Commerce concerning questions on post war commercial policy (8pp).
Question of lend-lease consideration (31pp).
Direction of exports, cotton goods. Correspondence with Australian authorities (378pp).
Report of meeting on 24 February 1942 about the effect on shipping of developments in the Far East, N.E.I., Burma and Australia (345pp).
Dominions Office WR. 227/10. Department of Overseas Trade. C.42092. Concerning matters of common interest (52pp).
Various papers bearing on commercial and economic relations of the UK with New Zealand (50pp).
Dominions Office. International Trade Conference. Copy of letters from Sir Patrick Duff, in New Zealand, with note by the Director General of Agriculture, setting out the difficulties about the commercial policy proposals (22pp).
Australian Cotton Textiles Industry (201pp).
Memoranda on textile imports to Australia and New Zealand and textile production by Mr Lloyd Jacob, KC, Chairman of the Committee on price resale maintenance (24pp).
Negotiations between USA/Australia on wool (216pp).
Delegation Papers relating to general imports and restrictions on imports into Australia (97pp).
Delegation Papers relating to general negotiations with Australia on tariff questions (247pp).
Delegations Papers relating to negotiations between UK and Australia (440pp).
Delegations Papers relating to negotiations between Australia and France (138pp).
Delegation Papers relating to negotiations between Australia and India (115pp).
Correspondence on negotiations beteen Australia and other countries (213pp).
Delegation Papers relating to negotiations with New Zealand (144pp).
Delegation Papers relating to negotiations with New Zealand (136pp).
Delegation Papers relating to negotiations between New Zealand and Czechoslovakia (44pp).
Negotiations between New ZEaland and Benelux (58pp).
Letter to the President of the Board of Trade (62pp).
Letter to the President, Board of Trade, regarding the institution of a Token Import Scheme in New Zealand and the annulment of the Nash/Stanley Memorandum of 1939 (218pp).
Amendments to the definitions of 'Wool' and 'Non Wool' in Board of Trade Orders following represations from the Governments of Australia and South Africa (229pp).
Protest against sales taxes imposed on fish pastes imported into Australia from the UK, while that of Australian production is exempt from these taxes (32pp).
Complaint by Tobacco Manufacturers that Australia is refusing to grant import import licenses for tobacco and cigarettes (18pp).
Representations regarding the allocation of licences for the importation of UK motor vehicles into New Zealand (47pp).
Incidence of Ottawa Agreement in relation to GATT and need for consultation about tariff increases resulting from Tariff Board Enquiries (49pp).
Development of secondary industries following introduction of import restriction (34pp).
Difficulties of Australian Agents of Encyclopaedia Britannica Ltd to secure licences for the importation of British encyclopaedia on the grounds that it is an American publication (102pp).
Renewal of contracts for daily produce and canned meats (61pp).
Long term contract for Australian meat, dairy produce and eggs (80pp).
Negotiations on bulk purchase contracts between the UK and New Zealand (27pp).
Suggestion to persuade the Australian Customs Department to extend the granting of new permanent by-laws, instead of one day by-laws. Changes made by Customs in existing tariff by-laws (30pp).
Request for a Tariff Board Enquiry in respect of an Australian duty bound in the schedules to the GATT (50pp).
Proposed new procedure regarding removal of goods from by-law (225pp).
Sir Patrick Hannon - to ask the President, Board of Trade, whether he contemplates the resumption of negotiations between His Majesty's Government and the Government of New Zealand on the disparity of reciprocal imports as indicated in the schedule of imports allocations of the New Zealand Government for 1949 and the departure from the principle of the New Zealand. Government in the undertaking given in 1939 (Thursday 3rd March) (25pp).
Letters to the President, Board of Trade, regarding the institution of a Token Import Scheme in New Zealand and the annulment of th Nash/Stanley Memorandum of 1939 (76pp).
Procedure in Australia and UK on requests for waiving of preference margins (64pp).
Concern in Australia re export trade in books to UK (67pp).
Request from the UK to Australia for concurrence in proposed preference modifications to be offered to Norway, Denmark and Sweden in respect of specified items (25pp).
Australian reaction to, and effects of, the revaluation of the Australian pound and 2. Rumours etc of Appreciation of £A (138pp).
Items selectiveley copied by the AJCP include: records relating to the Imperial Economic Conference, 1923-27; Dunedin Exhibition, 1925-28; New Zealand 1927 Cinematograph Films Act, cooperation between U.K. and Australian electrical industry, 1936-38; Australian development and schemes of migration within Empire; New Zealand Centenary Exhibition, 1937-40; import restrictions and bulk purchases by New Zealand Government, 1940-44 and discussions in Washington between the U.K., Dominions and United States on future trade policy, 1945-1947...
Comprises certificates of registration of vessels registered at ports in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Prince of Wales Island. Certificates are grouped by year and then by port of registration...
Registers of certificates of compentency issued to masters and mates employed on colonial vessels...
Registers of certificates of service issued to engineers employed on colonial vessels...
Items copied by the AJCP include: Australian Wool Realisation Commission; reports, 1947-49; Index to minutes of meetings, 1946-52; Minutes of meetings, May 1946-April 1948; Minutes of meetings, May 1948-Nov. 1952; Personal correspondence of W. Yeo, Deputy Chairman of Australian Wool Realisation Committee, 1947-50; Correspondence and papers relating to Wool Realisation Commission and other Australian bodies involved in wool industry, 1947-51; Commonwealth Wool Conference; review of operation of Joint Organisation, 1950...