3 edition of Report on the criminal law at Demerara and in the ceded Dutch colonies found in the catalog.
Report on the criminal law at Demerara and in the ceded Dutch colonies
Microfiche. Kanehoe, Hawaii : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1997. 2 microfiches. ([Common law abroad]).
|Statement||by J. Henry.|
|Series||Common law abroad -- no. 97-846|
|LC Classifications||KHN5419 .H45 1821a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 112 p.|
|Number of Pages||112|
Early law reports record decisions of the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States judiciary - Straits Settlements Law Reports, ; Federated Malay States Law Reports, ; Kyshe’s Reports, Currently, three major law-publishing houses vie with each other in the publication of law reports. The book consists of four parts. Part I covers general matters, such as the organization of the Dutch criminal justice system and the latest statistics on crime and punishment. Part II presents the basics of Dutch substantive criminal law and Part III discusses our criminal procedure.
In the Colonies of Essequibo and Demerara were placed under the protection of Great Britain; in the French took temporary possession of the whole Dutch Settlements, which in surrendered to the British forces under Sir Ralph Abercrombie; and after having been restored to the Dutch by the Treaty of Amiens in , they were again. Acquired from the Dutch in , Demerara was Britain’s ‘second’ Caribbean colony, the most fertile and the most profitable. Subjected to the policy experiment of ‘compulsory manumission’, by which slaves could purchase freedom for a predetermined price, the Demerarans had their own subcommittee within the West India interest.
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Report on the criminal law at Demerara and in the ceded Dutch colonies drawn up by desire of the Right Hon. the Earl Bathurst, principal secretary of state for the Colonial department: with an appendix on the nature of the office of fiscal /.
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Report on the criminal law at Demerara and in the ceded Dutch colonies: drawn up by desire of the Right Hon. the Earl Bathurst, principal secretary of state for the Colonial Department: with an appendix on the nature of the office of fiscal. [J Henry]. HENRY, J. Report on the Criminal Law at Demerara, and in the ceded Dutch Colonies ; with an Appendix on the Nature of the Office of Fiscal.
8vo. London. Points in Manumission, and Cases of Contested Freedom. 8vo. Report of the proceedings against the late Rev.
Smith, of Demerara, Minister of the Gospel, who was tried under martial law, and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a rebellion of the Negro slaves: from a full and correct copy, transmitted to England by Mr. Smith's counsel, and including the documentary evidence omitted in the parliamentary copy ; with an appendix.
Henry, Report on the criminal law at Demerara and in the ceded Dutch colonies,GB British Guiana, pp in Ch. Clark, A summary of colonial law,GB Foreign West Indies: Berbice, Demerara and Essequibo, in Practical abridgement of the laws of customs and excise of Great Britain and her Dependencies,GB.
In the Dutch Golden Age, which had its zenith aroundthere was a flowering of trade, industry, the arts and the sciences.A rich worldwide Dutch empire developed and the Dutch East India Company became one of the earliest and most important of national mercantile companies based on entrepreneurship and trade.
During the 18th century, the power and wealth of the Netherlands declined. in the law or the language in which it was written”, Report on the Criminal Law at. Demerara and in the Ceded Dutch Colonies (London: Henry Butterworth, ), Simon van Leeuwen, Commentaries on the Roman-Dutch Law (first published in as Het Rooms-Hollands-Regt) (London: Joseph Butterworth and J.
Cooke, ), book 5. The British assumed that Roman-Dutch law was the general system in the country and enacted that the Roman-Dutch law shall “continue”, along with the customary laws of the Muslims, Tamils and Sinhalese. The basic law of Sri Lanka was thereafter regarded as Roman-Dutch law and it was applied as such during British rule and to date.
Dutch Colonies. A substantial part of his time must have been spent on preparing for publication his Report on the Criminal Law of Demerara and the Ceded Dutch Colonies-Drawn up by Desire of the Earl Bathurst, which appeared in The report, the preface says, was to redeem the pledge Henry had made to his own.
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Full text of "The Province of Burma, a report prepared on behalf of the University of Chicago" See other formats. This Dutch commercial concern administered the colony, known as Essequibo, for more than years.
The Dutch West India Company's charter expired in Renamed the United Colony of Demerara and Essequibo, the area then came under the direct control of the Dutch government.
In the French occupied the Netherlands. Roman Dutch common law is a development of Roman Dutch law by courts in the Roman Dutch common law jurisdictions. During the Napoleonic wars the Kingdom of the Netherlands adopted the French code civil inhowever the Dutch colonies in the Cape of Good Hope and Sri Lanka, at the time called Ceylon, were seized by the British to prevent.
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Britishobtained permanent possession in MALACCA under Anglo-Dutch Treaty. At the time, the law applicable was Malay adat, Muslim law, customary law of other local inhabitants & some Dutch laws. Sir Benson Maxwell CJ said that Portuguese & Dutch had left Malay customary law in force and this law was still in force when Malacca was ceded to.
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The old Dutch procedural law was consequently replaced by the English law of criminal and civil procedure, a jury system and the concomitant English law of evidence was introduced.
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prevailed in the colonies ceded by.The criminal ordinance of Philip II, as used in the Netherlands and the Dutch colonies, is published in English translation by Jabez Henry, Report on the Criminal Law at Demerara and includes “General Observations” by Henry in which the status of slaves is discussed; quotation from p.