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The life and correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Bartle Frere, Bart., G.C.B., F.R.S., etc.

by John Martineau

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Published by John Murray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frere, Bartle, Sir, 1815-1884.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby John Martineau
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24188472M
    OCLC/WorldCa26447355

    The Life and Correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Bartle Frere, Bart av John Martineau Inbunden, Engelska, A more recent work on Bartle Frere's life, The Zulu and the Raj; The Life of Sir Bartle Frere by D. P. O'Connor, examines details of Frere's life and motives more fully than was permissible in Victorian times when Martineau was writing. In particular, O'Connor points to Frere as a .

    Excerpt from The Life and Correspondence, Vol. 1 of 2: Of Sir Bartle Frere, Bart I have always felt, that of those who wrote and spoke most strongly against the course I had taken in South Africa, some did so in blind reliance on party leaders, and all from very. The Life and Correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Bartle Frere, Bart., O.C.B., F.R.S., Etc, Volume 2 by John Martineau it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 7 editions.

    British Statesman. [Inscriptions on monument to Henry Bartle Edward Frere]: In token of their love for him and in record of his noble life, this memorial is placed by his widow and children and kinsmen, to the dear and honored memory of the rt. hon. Sir Bartle Frere a man whose great gifts were. SIR BARTLE FRERE is, perhaps, the most conspicuous living example of the class of men who will deliberately conceive and carry out an iniquitous policy, thinking all the while that they are doing God service and conferring benefits even on the victims of their policy. In a pamphlet just pub- lished Sir Bartle defends his Afghan and South-African policies with arguments which might be used to justi.


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The Life and Correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Bartle Frere, Bart., G.C.B., F.R.S., Etc, Volume 1. THE LIFE OF SIR BARTLE FRERE. [CH. XIX. was not far distant, might perhaps have been glad to avoid bringing matters to an issue during that time; but when he found Frere resolved to deal with the impending danger at once, he not only consented but insisted on appending his signature to the Ultimatum.

This was a. The British colonial administrator Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere () left his mark on both India and South Africa. InJohn Martineau () published this sympathetic two-volume biography, which traces Frere's rise to prominence and his fall from : John Martineau.

Get this from a library. The life and correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Bartle Frere, Bart., G.C.B., F.R.S., etc. [John Martineau]. Sir Bartle Frere, 1st Baronet, in full Sir Henry Bartle Edwards, 1st Baronet Frere, (born MaBrecknockshire, Wales—diedWimbledon, Surrey, Eng.), British colonial administrator in India and finally in South Africa, where his administration as high commissioner became highly controversial.

After graduation from the East India Company’s college at Haileybury in. Anthony Trollope's comments on Frere and opposition to the Zulu Wars; Suggested Readings. Martineau, J. The Life and Correspondence of the Rt.

Hon. Sir Bartle Frere. London, The Zulu and the Raj: The Life and Times of Sir Bartle Frere, Able Publications, London The life and correspondence of Sir Bartle Frere, Bart., G.C.B., F.R.S., etc. by John Martineau () A word from Holland on the Transvaal question. A reply to Sir Bartle Frere and an appeal to the people of England by Robert Fruin (Book).

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THE LIFE OF SIR BARTLE FRERE. [CH. authority been retained, and not harshly wrested from you, even at the eleventh hour initiatory steps of a reformatory nature with respect to the natives would have been taken, which it is the duty of Britain to follow while she holds her sovereignty Over these parts.".

From the Thorley Archives. The Bartle Frere Mystery. The Frere family were prominent members of the Thorley community for over years.

They were most generous benefactors to the church, respected landowners and employers and almost every Thorley child in the s and s remembers being taught to swim in the River Stort by Beryl Frere, the last surviving member of the Thorley Freres.

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2 Volume Set by John Martineau,available at Book Depository with free.The two major biographies of Frere complement one another: John Martineau in The Life and Correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Bartle Frere (2 vols., 2d ed. ) describes Frere's life in the light of contemporary assessments of his role in South Africa; while William Basil Worsfold, Sir Bartle Frere (), had access to documents which were.