Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 20

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The Trade of India and its Future Development Dr George Watt CLE
Past Present and Future Hon T Risely Griffith
Adjourned Discussion
The North West Territories of Canada The Right Rot the Lord Bishop
Land Tenures of India and their Bearing on Indian Finance George
The Formation and Objects of a British and American Association
Propositions for the Reform of our Relations with the Colonies
Past Present and Future Rev James Chalmers
The Past and Present of Fiji F W Chesson Esq
The British Association in Canada General Sir J Henry Lefroy
Addresses to Her Majesty and H R H the Princess of Wales
Natal in its Relation to South Africa James R Saunders Esq
Character of the Colonial and Indian Trade of England contrasted with
Great Britain and New Guinea Archibald Michie Esq Q C AgentGeneral
Fruit as a Factor in Colonial Commerce D Morris M A F L S
The Territories Adjacent to the Kalahari Desert Parker
The Financial Resources of our Colonies Hyde Clarke Esq
Annexation of New Guinea Resolutions adopted by the Council
Comparative Advantages of the Far West of Canada and of the States
South Africa T B Glanville Esq
Fiji as it is Sir John Gorrio
Presentation of Proceedings to Her Majesty the Queen 180
New Zealand and the South Sea Islands and their Relation to the Empire
The Natural Distribution of Coal throughout the British Empire C
Western Australia Sir Frederipk Napier Broome K C M G
Jubilee Address to Her Majesty the Queen
New GuineaDepntation
Royal Charter of Incorporation
Influence of American Legislation on the Decline of the United States
Haidarabad Colonel G B Malleson C S 1

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