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first British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope, 1795-1803

Mary St. Clair Wagner

first British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope, 1795-1803

a bibliography.

by Mary St. Clair Wagner

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Published by University of Cape Town Libraries in [Cape Town] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- History -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUniversity of Cape Town. School of Librarianship. Bibliographical series, Bibliographical series (University of Cape Town. School of Librarianship)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ3561 W3 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18004465M

    Transferred from Indian to colonial possessions Malacca in British occupation Settlement. c. Separated from N.W. Territories of Canada Settlement. Capitulation. 19th Century. Capitulation. Settlement. Capitulation. Present limits not attained until First British occupation The Cape Colony, part of modern South Africa, was established by the Dutch East India Company in , with the founding of Cape was subsequently occupied by the British in when the Netherlands were occupied by revolutionary France, so that the French revolutionaries could not take possession of the Cape with its important strategic location.

    Historical Context: The First British Occupation of the Cape of Good Hope ( – ) During the French Revolutionary Wars (), which subsequently dovetailed into the Napoleonic Wars, France and Britain fought a global contest in theatres on five continents. Bibliography: leaves This dissertation is a study of the Royal Navy's campaign against the slave trade from their base at the Cape of Good Hope from During this period the Cape Squadron (which included the West African Station at this point) was under the command of Author: Matthew Chiswell.

    The Company's collapse in ended years of commercial stewardship at the Cape of Good Hope. Then, for both economic and geopolitical goals, British imperial interests claimed the Cape in order to enhance trading opportunities in the Indian Ocean. Britain saw both necessity and opportunity at . In , when the British conquered the Cape, poor defence and a weak defender caused the Dutch to capitulate. In contrast the British maintained a capable military and naval force for defensive purposes during the First British Occupation of the Cape ().


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First British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope, 1795-1803 by Mary St. Clair Wagner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The first British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope, ; a bibliography. [Mary St Clair Wagner].

British Occupation of the Cape of Good Hope: A Bibliography (); De Villiers Die Britse Vloot aan die Kaap () [published in no 32 vol I Archives Year Book for South African History ] ; Nel Die Britse Verowering van die Kaap in.The first British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope, / a bibliography comp.

by School of Librarianship - Univ. of Cape Town Cape Town Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Britain at the Cape, to Documentary history of British occupation of Cape Colony, South Africa (now Cape Province).

Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # British--South Africa--Cape of Good Hope\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The Cape Colony (Dutch: Kaapkolonie) was a Dutch East India Company colony in Southern Africa, centered on the Cape of Good Hope, whence it derived its original colony and its successive states that the colony was incorporated into occupied much of modern South n and a Commandment, and between and a Governorate of the Dutch East India l: First the Castle of Good Hope, then Kaapstad.

The Second British Occupation ( - ) image by Clay Moss, 16 Dec The British returned and seized the Cape of Good Hope area infor the same reason as in The Second British Occupation lasted untilwhen the new Dutch kingdom ceded the Cape permanently to Britain in a treaty following the Napoleonic Wars.

The first British occupation of the Cape, –, involved a military invasion that overthrew the erstwhile Dutch East India Company and set about erecting a new colonial political : George Pavlich.

The book that has been described by R.V. Tooley as ‘the finest colour plate book in English on African Life and Scenery’ was the product of Samuel’s stay in the sub-continent between and during the First British Occupation of the Cape, and it was published in London in two parts in and 1 In discussing this work Author: Michael Godby.

Cape of Good Hope (South Africa)—Description and travel. Cape of Good Hope (South Africa)—Description and travel—Sources. Travelers—South Africa—Cape of Good Hope—History— 18th century. Europeans—South Africa—Cape of Good Hope—History—18th century. Ethnology—South Africa—Cape of Good Hope—History—18th.

The Cape of Good Hope, also known as the Cape Colony (Dutch: Kaapkolonie), was a British colony in present-day South Africa, named after the Cape of Good British colony was preceded by an earlier Dutch colony of the same name, the Kaap de Goede Hoop, established in by the Dutch East India Cape was under Dutch rule from to and again from to Trade at the Cape during the first British occupation, ', (B.A Hons., History Dept., UCT, ).

Marc Bloch's book of discrete essays on medieval European slavery, Slavery and Serfdom in the Middle Ages, (transl. W.R Beer), (University of California Press. For the period prior to occupation of the Cape by the British, that is the period of rule by the Dutch East India Company (VOC), the TANAP project transcript of the Resolutions of the Council of Policy of Cape of Good Hope has an index to ships' names.

The first British occupation, The British military government which took over the Cape in was all too conscious of the widespread local opposition to the occupation. While standing firm on matters of fundamental importance to their hold upon the colony, they guaranteed the maintenance of the existing laws and customs of the.

The British Era (page 1) Occupation; On 9 July,a squadron of the British fleet under Admiral Keith Elphinstone sailed into Simon's Town harbour, which the VOC had neglected to fortify. Major-General James Craig and his infantry went ashore and negotiations began, but broke down in early August.

A decade of transitional government--the first British occupation () and the brief return of the Dutch (the Batavian period)--came to an end when Britain recaptured the Cape in The British promptly repealed the clauses of two Batavian ordinances which permitted civil marriages--the event to be solemnized, as previously, by the.

The Cape Colony remained nominally under British rule until the formation of the Union of South Africa inwhen it became the Cape of Good Hope Province, better known as the Cape Province.

Governors of the Cape Colony (–) British occupation (1st, –) George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney (–). The Cape of Good Hope, also known as the Cape Colony (Dutch: Kaapkolonie), was a British colony in present-day South Africa, named after the Cape of Good British colony was preceded by an earlier Dutch colony of the same name, the Kaap de Goede Hoop, established in by the Dutch East India Cape was under Dutch rule from to and again from to [4].

I am particularly proud of the result around the First British Occupation. The generally confused and neglected history of that period () has direct bearing on subsequent events, such as the Slagtersnek Rebellion, without which there would have been no Free State, or Transvaal.

Add. MS Memoranda of Sir Robert Wilson, on the Cape of Good Hope, Madeira, St Salvador or Bahia, and St. Helena, with a journal and other papers relating to his services at the Cape of Good Hope, –6.

Add. MS Letters addressed to Sir Joseph Banks. Add. MSLittle is known about what he did at the Cape for the next few years. When the regiment was ordered to the East in he remained behind and became medical officer at the newly-established recruiting depot in Cape Town, a post he retained during the first British occupation of.

When Port Elizabeth’s first customs official, William Dunn (), arrived in Decemberhe was given one of the old wooden garrison buildings dating back to the first British occupation () to use as a customs house. By Februaryhowever, a quote of R$ for a new building was accepted from H Schutte.The Cape of Good Hope, colloquially also known as the Cape Colony (Dutch: Kaapkolonie), was a British colony in present-day South Africa and Namibia, named for the Cape of Good British colony was preceded by an earlier Dutch colony of the same name, the Kaap de Goede Hoop, established in by the Dutch East India Dutch lost the colony to Britain following Capital: Cape Town.

Cape of Good Hope Capitulation. Present limits not attained until First British occupation Seychelles Capitulation. Mauritius " Manitoba Settlement by Red River or Selkirk colony. Created province of Canada Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Military occupation. B. Columbia and Vancouver Island