The Anti-slavery Reporter and Aborigines' Friend
L. Wild, 1926 - 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 94 - Primarily Kenya is an African territory, and His Majesty's Government think it necessary definitely to record their considered opinion that the interests of the African Natives must be paramount, and that if and when those interests and the interests of the immigrant races should conflict, the former should prevail.
Page 90 - That there shall not be in the eye of the law any distinction or disqualification whatever founded on mere distinction of colour, origin, language, or creed ; but that the protection of the law, in letter and in substance, shall be extended impartially to all alike.
Page 57 - The High Contracting Parties undertake, each in respect of the territories placed under its sovereignty, jurisdiction, protection, suzerainty or tutelage...
Page 108 - Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just...
Page 22 - For Great Britain and Northern Ireland and all parts of the British Empire which are not separate Members of the League of Nations...
Page 58 - ... (2) In territories in which compulsory or forced labour for other than public purposes 'still survives, the High Contracting Parties shall endeavor progressively and as soon as possible to put an end to the practice.
Page 4 - Paper of 1923 stated that: primarily Kenya is an African territory, and His Majesty's Government think it necessary definitely to record their considered opinion that the interests of the African natives must be paramount, and that if and when those interests of the immigrant races should conflict, the former should prevail.
Page 26 - Uganda, and such possible modifications of these proposals for effecting the object in view as may appear desirable, with the Governments concerned and also with any bodies or individuals representing the various interests and communities affected, with a view to seeing how far it may be possible to find a basis of general agreement. It will be his task to ascertain on what lines a scheme for closer union would be administratively workable and otherwise acceptable, and to report the outcome of his...
Page 118 - I think there is only one ideal that the British Empire can set before itself in this regard, and that is that there should be no barrier of race, color or creed which should prevent any man by merit from reaching any station if he is fitted for it.
Page 127 - The mandatory shall be authorised to constitute the territory into a customs, fiscal and administrative union or federation with the adjacent territories under his own sovereignty or control, provided always that the measures adopted to that end do not infringe the provisions of this mandate.