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East India Co. and fur trade with China; Java; renewal of Company's charter.
Renewal of East India Co.'s charter; fur trade between China and America.
Seeks grant of land in N.S.W. for brother Edward Lord, formerly officer at Van Diemen's Land.
Lord's accounts under investigation by Treasury.
Transmits memorial from D. Allan, Deputy Commissary General in N.S.W.
Rejects Allan's request; land grants originate with Governor.
Recommends appointment of J. Ferrier to command of vessel at N.S.W.
Seeks position as attorney in N.S.W.
Seeks financial relief; distressed position arose from support of Governor Bligh in Van Diemen's Land.
Seeks land grant for Edward Lord.
Land grants originate with Governor; promise to E. Lord made by Lord Castlereagh.
Seeks appointment as commissioner for disposal of Java produce.
Acknowledges letter concerning United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel.
Transmits samples of wool imported from N.S.W.; Australian wool may remove necessity of importing Spanish wool.
Appointment of nephew to position at Java.
Report on Java.
Governor Macquarie's excursion into interior of N.S.W.: legislation on plartation trade.
Recommends W.N. Wylde for passage to and land grant in N.S.W.
Transfer of Java to Dutch; prejudice against Dutch amongst natives.
Strength of naval forces at various stations; necessity of sending frigate to South American Station.
Acquisition of Singapore by Sir Stamford Raffles; Dutch claims to Singapore.
Occupation of Singapore; Singapore's relations with Johore.
Dutch claims to Singapore; influx of Malay settlers.
Establishment of colony at South Africa; disposal of Crown lands in colonies.
Declines appointment as Judge Advocate at Gibraltar.
Frederick Goulburn; Bathurst's correspondence with Sir Thomas Brisbane.
Recall of Sir Thomas Brisbane and F. Goulburn; recommends appointment of General R. Darling as Governor of N.S.W.
Regrets recall of Sir Thomas Brisbane.
Wilberforce's attack on F. Goulburn; character of F. Goulburn; charges against Dr. Douglas by S. Marsden.
Colonial Office business; appointments in N.S.W. and Van Diemen's Land.
French plans to form convict settlement in New Holland.
Appointment of J. Burnett as Colonial Secretary of Van Diemen's Land.
Colonial Office business; letters concerning N.S.W.
Colonial finance; powers of governor vis a vis Secretary of State and Treasury.
Naturalisation of Schmollett in Australia.
Emigration, effects on manufacturing districts and pressure for cheap corn.
Emigration of Major Bates to Australia.
Advocates abolition of East India Co's privileges in seas east of Cape of Good Hope and west of Cape Horn.
Seeks command of vessel at N.S.W.
Employment of convicts by Australian Agricultural Co.
Settlement at Melville Island; seeks promotion for son.
Supports application of McIntyre for land grant in Van Diemen's Land.
Transmits letter for Sir Thomas Brisbane stating that McIntyre is Macqueen's represetnative and authorising land grant.
Bathurst approves of land grant of 10,000 acres in N.S.W.
Seeks letter of introduction to Sir Thomas Brisbane for P. McIntyre. (Copy).
Requests letters be returned to him.
Supports claims for advancement of E. Abbott, returned from Van Diemen's Land.
Seeks appointment of his brother as N.S.W. Commissioner of Excise and Collector of Duties.
Shortage of clergy in Van Diemen's Land.
Despatches; tea for convicts at N.S.W.
Lord Melville's view on action of Capt. C. Mitchell (Slaney) in seizing merchant ship Almorah at Sydney.
Acquittal of Capt. Mitchell; appointment of Attorney-General in N.S.W.
Despatch on juries addressed to Governor R. Darling.
Utility of sending convicts to Melville Island; despatches to Shark's Bay; property of convicts, banishment to Norfolk Island.
Private letters from Governor R. Darling; good relations between Lieut. Governor G. Arthur and Chief Justice; appointment of Attorney-General for Van Diemen's Land.
Appointment of governors.
Dismissal of J. Gellibrand as Attorney-General; despatch to Governor R. Darling.
Appointment of Attorney-General for Van Diemen's Land.
Letter of J. Gellibrand to be sent to Lieut. Governor G. Arthur.
Australian paper; equipment of steam vessels.
Suggests Sir Herbert Taylor see Sir Thomas Brisbane.
Instructions to Governor R. Darling concerning Rev. S. Marsden; Marsden's intemperate letter.
Brisbane's encouragement of trial by jury and legislative assembly.
Letter for Sir Herbert Taylor.
Letter from J. Gellibrand.
Papers on J. Gellibrand.
Admission of French ships to colonies, including N.S.W.
Letters of Governor R. Darling.
Hood's case; Australian's treatment of Lieut. Governor G. Arthur; W. Sorell's opposition to Arthur and appointment of J. Beamont.
Howell's report on J. Gellibrand.
Inconvenience of replacing Lieut. Governor G. Arthur.
Emigration to N.S.W., Lord Melville's representations.
Requests copy of regulations on land grants in Australia.
Assessment of Wilmot Horton; relations between Privy Council and colonies.
Items of interest include:...
Appointment as governor of Java; transfer of Java from East India Co. to Crown.
Appointment of Capt. Baird as Deputy Master Attendant at Prince of Wales Island.
Seeks promotion for son, midshipman on Alligator.