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dictionary of Australasian biography
Get this from a library! The dictionary of Australasian biography: comprising notices of eminent colonists from the inauguration of responsible government down to . During that period her third and fourth books were published: Prime Ministers' Wives () and Glittering Surfaces: A Life of Maie Casey (). As well as publishing articles on biography and on Pacific and Australian history in scholarly journals, she has contributed forty-four articles to the Australian Dictionary of Biography.
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The Dictionary of Australasian Biography, sub-titled "Comprising Notices of Eminent Colonists From the Inauguration of Responsible Government Down to the Present Time." published inis a reference work by Philip Mennell containing information on notable Australian colonists and New Zealanders of the period to The book was published by Hutchinson & Co.
in London and. The Dictionary of Australasian Biography: Comprising Notices of Eminent Colonists from the Inauguration of Responsible Government Down to the Present Time () Philip Mennell Hutchinson, - Australasia - pages. Media: DATA CD - 1 CD ( pages) Author: P.
Mennell Year: () ISBN: Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia 'The Dictionary of Australasian Biography' written by Philip Mennell inincludes almost concise biographies of Australasian colonialists from in over pages.
dictionary of australasian biography. judge of the Court of King's Bench. He was born on Jan. 25th,and educated at Winchester School, where he entered as a commoner inand carried off in two consecutive years the Queen's gold medal for the best Latin-English prose essays.
David Blair in his Cyclopaedia of Australasia, published inleaned heavily on Heaton and added little to his work, but Philip Mennell's The Dictionary of Australasian Biography from the Inauguration of Responsible Government, which appeared inhad many good qualities and, though not free from errors, is usually reliable.
It was a. The Dictionary of Australasian Biography by Philip Mennell Henty, Edward. That I am the oldest Victorian is proved by this book, the 'Old Colonists' Address to Prince Alfred,' signed by seven hundred old colonists, in which my name heads the list, the date of Mr.
Fawkner's landing in Victoria being given by himself as Oct. 9th, The Dictionary of Australasian Biography/Thomas, Julian. and were subsequently republished in book form. In he went to the newly discovered gold fields in Northern Queensland, and in the following year proceeded to New Caledonia as war correspondent during the native revolt.
MacFarland, John Henry, M.A., Master of Ormond College, Melbourne University, was born at Omagh co. Tyrone, on April 19th,and educated at the Royal Academical Institution, Belfast, graduating as senior scholar in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in the Queen's University in Ireland, and then proceeding to St.
John's College, Cambridge, where he was elected a foundation scholar. The Dictionary of Australasian Biography/Torrens, Hon. Sir Robert Richard. Assembly of that colony as member for the metropolitan constituency, he at once set to work to place on the statute book the great measure with which his name is indissolubly associated, and which has conferred an enormous boon on the whole Australasian community.
The Australian Dictionary of Biography is Australia's pre-eminent dictionary of national it you will find concise, informative and fascinating descriptions of the lives of significant and representative persons in Australian history.
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In he was made a judge of the supreme court of Tasmania, and in published a book, P. Mennell, The Dictionary of Australasian Biography. ^Top of page.
CLARKE, SIR ANDREW (), administrator, was born at Southsea, Hampshire, England, on 27 July He was the eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel Andrew Clarke () and his. Dictionary of American Biography, vol. V, under Earle, James and Earle, Ralph; Introduction to Earle's A Narrative of a Nine Months' Residence in New Zealand; Sir William Dixson, Journal and Proceedings Royal Australian Historical Society, vol.
V, pp. ; W. Moore, The Story of Australian Art; Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers. Mennell, The Dictionary of Australasian Biography; The Argus, Melbourne, 26 February ; H.
Turner, A History of the Colony of Victoria. ^Top of page MUNRO-FERGUSON, SIR RONALD CRAUFURD, VISCOUNT NOVAR (). Wragge's Australasian Weather Guide and AlmanacDICTIONARY OF AUSTRALASIAN BIOGRAPHY The, written by Philip Mennell inincludes almost concise biographies of Australasian colonialists from in over pages.
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Get this book in print Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 48 Dictionary of National Biography, Sir Leslie Stephen: Contributors: Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee: Publisher. Alexander Forrest, Journal of Expedition from De Grey to Port Darwin; John Forrest, Exploration in Australia; E.
Favenc, The History of Australian Exploration; P. Mennell, The Dictionary of Australasian Biography; Year Book of Australia, and ; The Register, Adelaide and. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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Smith, George. The Dictionary of national biography, founded in by George Smith: the concise dictionary Oxford University Press London. Wikipedia Citation. Dictionary of Australasian Biography is within the scope of WikiProject Australia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Australia and Australia-related you would like to participate, visit the project page.
Stub This article has been rated as Stub-Class on the project's quality scale. Low This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance scale.This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, (MUP), Alexander Dalrymple (), by George Dance National Library of Australia, -anThis set includes three volumes.
Concise Dictionary of National Biography Part 1, toPart 2 toand the Dictionary of National Biography to The latter includes a full index from to in one alphabetical classic.