Colonialism and Development: Britain and Its Tropical Colonies, 1850-1960

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1.1 British tropical colonies c. 1956: area, population, land use, capital cities 9
1.2 Colonies with populations of over 0.5 million (c. 1956) 12
2.1 British tropical colonies c. 1850, in rank order of population, by region 25
2.2 Jamaica sugar exports, 1829/33-1853/55 (tons) 29
3.1 Balance of payments of the United Kingdom, selected years, 1850-1913 49
3.2 Growth of the value of imports and exports, selected colonies, 1852/54-1882/84 63
3.3 Value of exports by colony, 1852/54-1882/84 65
3.4 Value of imports by colony, 1852/54-1882/84 65
3.5 Shares of the three main export commodities in the seven leading exporting tropical colonies, 1852/54 and 1882/84 66
3.6 Shares of the main imported commodites in the seven leading importing tropical colonies, 1852/54 and 1882/84 67
3.7 Changes in the United Kingdom’s share of the trade of the tropical colonies, 1852/54 and 1882/84 67
3.8 Comparison of the value of British trade with the tropical colonies and India 1852-4 to 1882-4 68
4.1 The chronology of the colonial ‘scramble’ and its aftermath 72
5.1 The growth of exports and imports by value (less bullion) 1882-4 to 1910-12, selected colonies 93
5.2 Value of exports (excluding bullion) by colony (first ten in rank order) 94
5.3 Value of imports (excluding bullion) by colony (first ten in rank order) 94
5.4 Shares of the three main exports in the seven leading exporting tropical colonies in 1910-12 compared with 1882-4 95
5.5 Shares of the main imports in the seven leading importing tropical colonies in 1910-12 compared with 1882-4 96

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