AFRICAN AND COLONIAL JOURNALS
The Colonial Gazette, 1838-1847
- Published in connection with the Colonial Society, this journal combines politics with finance and often attacks British Government policy.
- It features articles on topics as varied as the Aborigine Protection Society, Negro Emancipation, the Sugar trade, Cocoa-nut oil, Mr Gladstone's manifesto and colonial shipping.
- It embraces all of Empire with regular articles on Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, Ceylon, India, Malta, New Zealand and South Africa. There is even an article on 'American sympathy with Rebellion in the Canadas.'
- The journal frequently highlights tensions between rulers and the ruled, and the role of economic growth in calls for greater self determination.
These journals are part of our 'Business and Financial Papers' series.