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Unbound. A tract disbound from a bound volume.; A disbound tract. Complete. 30 pages. Page dimensions: 204 x 134mm. "So soon as we had entered on our duties, we found ourselves involved in Native difficulties. Innumerable unsettled land-claims threatened to breed disturbances in various directions. The difficulty of reconciling the progress of Colonization with the territorial rights of the Natives had become formidable."- page 7. Henry Sewell was a member of New Zealand's first representative government in 1854. For a short two week period in 1856, he was the first Premier of the New Zealand government. [References: DNZB; Bagnall 5132 - "Review of British policy on New Zealand, Maori wars and, in particular, reflections on Lord Granville's dispatch of March 1869 rejecting colonial protests at the removal of the last British regiment after the Te Kooti attack on Poverty Bay"].; 8vo 8" - 9" tall
Title: The Case of New Zealand, and Our Colonial Policy. A Letter from Henry Sewell, Esq. (Formerly Colonial Secretary and Late Attorney-General of New Zealand), to Edward Wilson, Esq., of Victoria.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London, Bell and Daldy: 1869
Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket
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Seller ID: 6521