2 edition of Captain Hobson and the New Zealand company found in the catalog.
Captain Hobson and the New Zealand company
John Cawte Beaglehole
Bibliography: p. 111-112.
|Statement||by J. C. Beaglehole, M. A.|
|Series||Smith College studies in history,, vol. xiii, no. 1-3|
|LC Classifications||DU422.H6 B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||29000087|
Captain Nias to William Hobson arranging travel to Aotearoa New Zealand, On Christmas Eve , Captain William Hobson - the Lieutenant Governor tasked with transferring sovereignty to the British Crown - had arrived in Sydney on the HMS r he was delayed until Captain Joseph Nias of the HMS Herald was ready to leave for Aotearoa New : K. William Hobson: | | | ||Captain||| |William Hobson|| ||RN|| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the.
New Zealand proclaimed a Dominion The New Zealand Shipping company amalgamated with the Federal Steam Navigation Company The Panama Canal was opened to the World's traffic on 15th August, , and the Company was the First to make use of it later in the same year. This page is a summary of persons listed in the New Zealand Maritime Index. Click on a person's name to search for details. George Charles, Captain: Shipping company manager - Hart, Henry Thomas: Hart, J T: Customs official up to Hobson, William, Captain: Governor-General Hobson, William, Captain: Hobson.
New Zealand's first flag- social studies activities Lieutenant-Governor, William Hobson, forcibly removed the United Tribes flag from the Bay of Islands, and had the New Zealand Company's version of the flag hauled down at Port Maori, including Hone Heke, believed that Maori should have the right to fly the United Tribes flag alongside the Union. William Hobson () was a British naval commander and governor of New Zealand. He negotiated the Treaty of Waitangi with the Maori chiefs, which granted England sovereignty over New Zealand. William Hobson was born at Waterford, Ireland, on Sept. 26, He entered the Royal Navy at the age of 10, became a midshipman in , and rose to.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beaglehole, John Cawte. Captain Hobson and the New Zealand company. Northampton, Mass., Dept. of history of Smith college .English, Book edition: Captain Hobson and the New Zealand Company: a study in colonial administration / by J.C.
Beaglehole. Beaglehole, J. (John Cawte), Get this edition. Instructions to Captain Hobson, HM Consul to New Zealand This extract from "Instructions from the Secretary of State for War and Colonies, Lord Normanby, to Captain Hobson, recently appointed H.M.
Consul at New Zealand, concerning his duty as Lieutenant Governor of New Zealand as a part of the Colony of New South Wales, dated 14 August ". Captain William Hobson (26 September – 10 September ) was a British Royal Navy officer who served as the first Governor of New Zealand.
He was a co-author of the Treaty of Waitangi. Hobson was dispatched from London in Julywith instructions to take the constitutional steps needed to establish a British colony in New Zealand. On pages of this book is the story of Rosemary Thompson who emigrated with her fiancé Jim Burton on the SS Captain Hobson, arriving in New Zealand on 11 February Page mentions Vera () and Ted Gleed who were great friends of Arthur and Barbara Turner.
The Captain Cook 's corridor lounge. The Captain Cook, along with the Captain Hobson, brought assisted immigrants to New Zealand via the Panama Canal from The Cook had berths and was furnished in a solid but attractive style. Its first trip to New Zealand was not uneventful: workmen were still carrying out conversion work, a failure in the engine room necessitated a layover in Aruba in.
Hobson Wealth Partners is named in recognition of Captain William Hobson, Hobson Wealth Partners embodies the same pioneering spirit, diligence and visionary leadership of New Zealand’s first Governor. CAPTAIN HOBSON ex Amarapoora (4) Built 8, tons P. Henderson & Co. / British & Burmese Steam Navigation Co.
became hospital ship HMS Amarapoora. acquired by Ministry of Transport converted to emigrant ship renamed Captain Hobson. scrapped. 8, Photo Credits: The Alexander Turnbull Library New Zealand.
The company claimed ownership of a million acres of New Zealand land acquired during its voyage, and Lord Durham, chairman of that company, was suggested as an ideal chairman of the new partnership. By the end of the year he had been elected to that role. Colonial Secretary Lord Glenelg.
Captain William Hobson, first governor of New Zealand by Guy H Scholefield (Book) Hobson: Governor of New Zealand, by Paul Moon (Book). Posted on September 8, By Michael Coote. Founder of New Zealand and the City of Auckland There can be no doubt that British Royal Navy captain William Hobson (26 September – 10 September ) is the founding father both of New Zealand as an independent sovereign nation and of Auckland as its greatest city.
William Hobson was born in Waterford, Ireland, on 26 Septemberthe third of five sons of Samuel Hobson, a barrister, and his wife, Martha Jones. William joined the Royal Navy before his 10th birthday, signing on as a second class volunteer, at Deptford, London, on 25 August On 6th February the Treaty of Waitangi was signed, whereby all powers of Sovereignty in New Zealand were ceded to Queen Victoria and Captain Hobson became Governor New Zealand proclaimed a.
Captain William Hobson, R.N., who visited New Zealand inwhen commanding H.M.S. "Rattlesnake," inwas immediately ordered out for the purpose of. Kororareka, 30th January “The day after Captain Hobson’s arrival in New Zealand”.
[Signed] William Hobson, Lieutenant Governor. By His Excellency’s Command, George Cooper. Bythe British New Zealand Company had begun buying land from the Maori tribes, and selling it to settlers, and, after the Treaty of Waitangi inmany British families set out on the arduous six month journey from Britain to Aotearoa to start a new life.
Early immigrants include: Hobson Settlers in New Zealand in the 19th Century. p. If you ask a Melbournian about William Hobson, most of us would mutter something about Hobson’s Bay or the Hobson’s Bay City Council.
I hadn’t really thought about who ‘Hobson’ was: I assumed that he was an old sea-dog living down somewhere around Williamstown, and when I thought hard about it, I wasn’t even really sure if I knew where Hobson’s Bay was.
The New Zealand Connection. It is possible that Captain Westmacott made a number of visits to New Zealand between The existence of the sixteen New Zealand works in Westmacott's album point to a visit there some time betweenwhilst the Nelson Examiner item suggests a visit during Westmacott may have put in briefly at the North Island during the two return voyages to.
Captain William Hobson RN (26 September – 10 September ) was a British naval officer who served as the first Governor of New Zealand. He was a co-author of the Treaty of Waitangi. Hobson was dispatched from London in August with instructions to take the constitutional steps needed to establish a British colony in New Zealand.
He was sworn in as Lieutenant-Governor in Sydney. Hobson Wealth was originally known in New Zealand as Macquarie Private Wealth.
Hobson Wealth is named in recognition of Captain William Hobson and embodies the same pioneering spirit, diligence and visionary leadership of New Zealand’s first Governor. How to invest. CAPTAIN WILLIAM HOBSON, R.N.
f^PTAIN WILLIAM HOBSON, R.N., the first Governor of New Zealand, a native of Ireland, was born inEntering the navy at an earlj age, he served under Sir Charles Rowley, who commanded the West India station. In he volunteered to take command of the schooner Lion, which had been specially fifcted out to go in pursuit of the pirates which infested the .Reaching Sydney late in December,Captain Hobson immediately reported himself to Sir George Gipps, who issued a' proclamation extending the boundaries of New South Wales to New Zealand.
Captain Hobson made the voyage to Now Zealand in the “Herald,” a frigate of -0 gnus, which sighted the Three Kings at daylight on Decem and.Captain Hobson and the New Zealand Company: a study in colonial administration / by J.C.
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