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Historical Records of New South Wales Volume 4

Historical Records of New South Wales Volume 4

Historical Records of New South Wales Volume 4

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Published in 1896, the fourth volume covers the period 1800 to 1802. The main records included in this volume relate to the administration of Phillip Gidley King though it also provides considerable information on Captain John Macarthur.
 
The Historical Records of New South Wales are published with the object of affording the fullest information obtainable concerning the foundation, progress, and government of the mother colony of Australia. 

Published in 1896, the fourth volume covers the period 1800 to 1802. The main records included in this volume relate to the administration of Phillip Gidley King though it also provides considerable information on Captain John Macarthur. It starts, however, with the final period of Hunter’s administration:
During the first four months of the year 1800 (with which this volume opens), Governor Hunter was not aware that Lieutenant-Governor Philip Gidley King was on his way to the colony, charged with a despatch severely censuring him (Hunter) for his administration generally, and ending by ordering him to return to England by the first safe conveyance.
There are also some interesting descriptions on the progress of the colony:
A strong stone windmill tower, thirty-six feet high, had been erected. Blacksmiths’ shops, a brick granary (one hundred feet by twenty-two, with three floors), barracks for officers, huts for convicts, and other necessary buildings had been completed. A substantial bridge had been thrown across Duck River, on the road to Parramatta. The foundation stone of St. Phillip’s Church had been laid at Sydney; and St. John’s, at Parramatta, was rapidly nearing completion. A “handsome and commodious stone gaol” had been built at Sydney, on the site where Essex-street now runs into George-street, and a large and elegant Government House had been built at Parramatta ...

This ebook is a the same as the CD version from Archive Digital Books Australasia which is available from Gould Genealogy & other retailers. This CD contains high quality scanned images of the whole original volume, and has been bookmarked for easy navigation. Pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.

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Publisher Archive Digital Books Australia
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Date (1896) 2010
Pages 1140

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