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  1. Jan 10, 2023 · This lists all the international and coastal ships that arrived at Lyttelton 1890-1891 as reported by The Press, Christchurch. The captains are listed in alphabetical order. There is no passenger information. If the ship’s name is unknown New Zealand Shipping Company's Hurunui, the first ship to enter the new graving dock at Lyttelton, Jan. 1883

  2. The term ‘Old New Zealand’ was first used by F.E.Maning, Old New Zealand: a tale of the good old times. Second edition, Auckland, 1863. 2. A.S.Thomson, The story of New Zealand; past and present – savage and civilized. London, 1859, Volume 2, p.59. 3. The source for Graph 1 is . Return of emigration for the years 1815 to 1863 (first six ...

  3. During the great period of migration from 1853 to 1880 the English proportions declined. Even Canterbury, a New Zealand Company settlement and a notoriously 'English place', did not assist immigrants from England at the level of their representation in the United Kingdom as a whole. Among the miners the English were especially poorly represented.

  4. Jul 20, 2012 · Most of us tend to think that black people came to Britain after the war - Caribbeans on the Empire Windrush in 1948, Bangladeshis after the 1971 war and Ugandan Asians after Idi Amin's expulsion ...

  5. Feb 17, 2011 · In 1731, the Lord Mayor of London, responding to moral panic about the size of the non-white population in the city, banned them from holding company apprenticeships. Servants who ran away from...

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  7. › explore › history-of-bournemouthHistory of Bournemouth

    Bournemouth's famous pier started life as a little wooden jetty in 1855. In 1861 a wooden pier was built and was replaced in 1880 by an iron version. The railway reached Bournemouth in 1870, which made it far easier for people to travel to the resort and increased the number of visitors. Victorian Bournemouth grew at a phenomenal rate.