By A. Kirk-Greene
Britain's recognized out of the country civil prone - the Colonial Administrative carrier, the Indian Civil provider and the Sudan Political provider - not exist as an enormous and sought-after profession for Britain's graduates. during this targeted research the heritage of every provider is gifted in the framework of the necessity to administer an increasing empire. shut recognition is paid to the equipment of recruitment and coaching and to the socio-educational history of the abroad directors in addition to to the character in their paintings. the distinguished incumbents of presidency condominium are revealingly tested. The influence of decolonisation on in a foreign country officers and the categories of 'second careers' which they took up are documented. This authoritative narrative historical past is enlivened through recourse to provider lore and anecdotes.
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Starting with a Committee of the Privy Council appointed 'for the Planta~ons', by the end of the year it had transformed into a Council of Foreign Plantations, responsible for the central administration of what were eventually to develop into the 28 Environment colonies. u A year later, in 1672, this Council was amalgamated with the Council for Trade, adopting the hybrid name of the Council of Trade and Plantations. It proved an ineffectual body and was quickly abolished. For the next twenty years the Privy Council itself took charge of colonial affairs.
But he could never escape the knowledge tbat tbe original intention of the 1858 legislation bad been to set up a system of checks and bal ances ove r the Secre tary of State himself, shared between the Crown, Parliame nt and India. Like Africa a century later, India was not the kind of issue on which an able and a mbitious politician would want to pin his career. 28 For personal reasons, the Quee n became less involved, a nd it was the Council of India which dominated the India Office staff still feeling their way in a new Department of State.
Both because of the role of the unique Council of India on the conduct of Indian affairs in the metropolis and because of its mythology which in the 1860s and 1870s constructed a negative image of reactionary obstructionism, now and then carried to the point of rubber-stamp passivity or a sheer deficiency in reputation and intellect,27 the composition and function of this institution call for a short comment in this context of the India Office as the Home Ministry of the Indian Civil Service examined in Chapter 4.