An adequate account of Charles Temple’s personal background and, the details of his career have been given by Dame Margery Perham in Lugard: the years of authority1; by D. J . M. Muffett in Concerning brave captains2 and by Kirk-Greene in his recently published The principles of native administration in Nigeria—selected documents 1900-1947.3 Since these works are likely to be familiar to readers of this Introduction, there seems no point in repeating them here. In this book, the author explores more with his ideas. First Published in 1968. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
A Critical Introduction, Preface to the First Edition, Introdcution, Ponderation.--The Relations Existing Between Dominant and Dependent Races. Quo Vadis ? PONDERATION.--- DIRECT Versus INDIRECT RULE , WITH SPECIAL Reference to Nigerian Practice, PONDERATION.--- INDIRECT RULE AND WHAT IT MEANS. A PLEA for a Settled Policy in Nigeria, Pochade .— The Resident ’s Dilemma , Pochade — The Anatomy of Lying, Pochade .— Eggs , Fowls , Guinea -Corn and Horses, Ponderation .— Land Tenure, PONDERATION— DRINK, Ponderation .— Administration o f Justice, Ponderation .— Direct and Indirect Taxation of Natives, Ponderation .— Missionarie , Education and Slavery, Pochade— A Mass of Pottery, Parthian Arrows.
Charles Lindsay Temple