The Anti-slavery Reporter and Aborigines' Friend
L. Wild, 1914 - Slavery
Vols. 3-8, 3d ser., include the 16th-21st annual reports of the British and foreign anti-slavery society. The 22d-24th annual reports are appended to v. 9-11, 3d ser. Series 4 contains annual reports of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Series 5 contains annual reports of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.
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Page 70 - Nations and maintained by its guarantee, which, whilst respecting national sovereignty, would be alike inspired by broad conceptions of economic freedom and concerned to safeguard the rights of the natives under the best conditions possible for them, and in particular: (1) It would take account in each locality of the wishes of the people, expressed in the form which is possible to them.
Page 70 - Conference declares in favour of a system of control, established by international agreement under the League of Nations and maintained by its guarantee, which, whilst respecting national sovereignty, would be alike inspired by broad conceptions of economic freedom and concerned to safeguard the rights of the natives...
Page 37 - As to the German colonies, that is a matter which must be settled by the great international Peace Congress. Let me point out that our critics talk as if we had annexed lands peopled by Germans, as if we had subjected the Teutonic people to British rule. When you come to settle who shall be the future trustees of these...
Page 37 - When you come to settle who shall be the future trustees of these uncivilised lands, you must take into account the sentiments of the people themselves, what confidence has been inspired in their untutored minds by the German rule of which they have had an experience, whether they are anxious to secure the return of their former masters, or whether they would rather trust their destinies to other and juster and — may I confidently say — gentler hands than those who have had the governing of them...
Page 67 - Every present contract in which it is stipulated or agreed that any person shall be bought or sold, or placed in servitude, or be transferred either as a pledge or security for debt, or in any other way, shall so far as regards any such stipulation or agreement be and is hereby declared to be wholly, and in every particular, null and void, and every future contract which shall contain any such stipulation or agreement shall be absolutely illegal.
Page 90 - He was followed by the First Lord of the Admiralty, the Secretary of State for War and the Secretary of State for Air, each of whom explained to the Conference the aspects of defence which concerned his special responsibilities.
Page 26 - We make no protest against the principle of separation so far as it can be fairly and practically carried out.
Page 42 - INSKIP asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether in view of the...
Page 6 - ... be maintained, and that on arrival in the country of their destination they will be properly treated and allowed to engage themselves on terms at least as free as those obtaining at present in the Malay Peninsula, where a labourer can leave his employer by giving a month's notice.