Great Britain -- Colonies -- Asia -- Administration -- History -- 18th century -- Sources. : Administration of justice in Bengal. [electronic resource] : The several petitions of the British inhabitants of Bengal (recited in the Petition of their Agents) of the Governor-General and Council, and of the Court of Directors of the East-India Company to Parliament. Together with Letters and Addresses to his Majesty's Ministers and to the Court of Directors, respecting the Supreme Court of Judicature in Bengal. And an Account of the Expences incurred in the Support of the said Court.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- Australia -- Administration -- Sources. : Return to an address of the honourable The House of Commons, dated 1 May 1828 for : No. 1. Copy of a report by the late Major General Macquarie, on the Colony of New South Wales, to Earl Bathurst, in July 1822. No. 2. Extract of a letter from Major General Macquarie to Earl Bathurst, in October 1823, in answer to certain part of the report of Mr. Commissioner Bigge, on the state of the said Colony.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- Barbados -- Early works to 1800. : Caribbeana : containing letters and dissertations, together with poetical essays, on various subjects and occasions; chiefly wrote by several hands in the West-Indies, and some of them to gentlemen residing there; now collected together in two volumes; wherein are also comprised, divers papers relating to trade, government, and laws in general; but more especially, to those of the British sugar-colonies, and of Barbados in particular: as likewise the characters of the most eminent men that have died, of late years, in that island; to which are added in an appendix, some pieces never before published.