3 edition of The voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen"s Land and Batavia in 1827-28 found in the catalog.
The voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen"s Land and Batavia in 1827-28
Hare, Rosalie Hancorn Ambrose Lind Mrs.
|Statement||by Rosalie Hare; with chapters on the early history of northern Tasmania, Java, Mauritius and St. Helena, by Ida Lee (Mrs. Charles Bruce Marriott)|
|Contributions||Marriott, Ida Lee Mrs.|
|LC Classifications||DU460 .H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 308 p.|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||28000199|
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Voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green and Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosalie Hancorn Ambrose Lind Hare, Mrs.; Ida Lee Marriott, Mrs.
Facsim. t.p. of journal: A journal of a voyage from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in the ship Caroline of Calcutta, R.L.
Hare, AD Description: xiv, pages, 41 unnumbered leaves of plates, including 13 folded leaves of maps: illustrations ; 23 cm. The voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in / by Rosalie Hare ; with chapters on the early history of Northern Tasmania, Java, Mauritius and St.
Helena / by Ida Lee (Mrs. Charles Bruce Marriott) Longmans, Green London The Voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in With chapters on the early history of Northern Territory Java Mauritius and St.
Helena. HARE R. & I. Lee (Mrs C.B. Marriott). Published: Stock No. BRUCE MARRIOTT, who writes -OA- under the name of Ida_ Lee, came into possession of a journal describing the voyage of the Caroline ' * to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia inand she has reproduced it and added much complementary material.
In bulk the journal is but a small part of the book, but, it has some historical worth, as it throws light on the early days of the Circular Head settleme. Rosalie Hare and Ida Lee, The Voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in –28 London, For more on this massacre, see Ian McFarlane, “Cape Grim,” in Manne, Whitewash, – Although many vessels of the time bore the name of Caroline as a sign of popular support for the Queen in her disputes with the much-disliked George IV; but Lloyd's Register has established this vessel as the same one whose earlier story was told by Ida Marriott in 'The Voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in.
Van Diemen’s Land, (–), the southeastern Australian island colony that became the commonwealth state of for Anthony van Diemen, governor general of the Dutch East Indies, the island was discovered and named in by Abel J.
Tasman, a celebrated navigator under Van Diemen’s first British settlers in the early 19th century retained the name. As quoted in the fine book "The Fatal Shore," they were harnessed together and used like mules "to plow Van Diemen's Land." The early history of Australia is thoroughly terrifying.
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" it was written by g hawley stancombe and illustrated by eric ratcliff it is numbered and signed by particular copy is in good. Page - Sorell, who appears to be indefatigable in projecting, and carrying into effect, all those measures, which, by being persevered in, must raise Van Diemen's Land, at no very distant day, to the proud distinction of being one of the most valuable colonies belonging to the Crown.
The recent influx of several respectable free settlers, with considerable property, will not fail, under. ↑ R Hare, The Voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia, edited Ida Lee, London,p as quoted by Ian McFarlane, Cape Grim Massacreaccessed 26.
Aug 4, - Men and women transported from Britain to the beautiful island of Tasmania, but back then known as the far-flung inhospitable island of Van Diemen's Land. It was officially renamed Tasmania in to combat 'the convict stain' on the colony's reputation.
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Lee, Ida (ed.)The Voyage of the Caroline, from England to Van Diemen’s Land and Batavia in –28 by Rosalie Hare with Chapters on the Early History of Northern Tasmania, Java, Mauritius and St.
Helena. London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd. The Caroline got under weigh at 2 p.m. -- and L t. Gov r. Sorell -- and our other shore friends, then bid us adieu and returned on shore. M r. Theodore Bartley, our dear Boy's Tutor, has remained in Van Diemen's Land, at his own particular request to become a Free Settler there.
We have asked Cap t. Protest machine breakers from Southeast England transported to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania). Shipping and Immigrants Indexes (Tasmania GenWeb) Sussex Emigrants to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Rajah Biographies. Timeline biographies of the female convicts transported on the Rajah from England to Hobart in This explains why Van Diemen's Land was included in the proclamation the British made in when they established their colony in Sydney and claimed Australia for Britain.
Ten years later, Bass and Flinders sailed through Bass Strait and proved Van Diemen's Land was a separate island.The Voyage Of The CAROLINE from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in With Chapters On The Early History Of Northern Tasmania, Java, Mauritius And St.
Helena Ida Louisa Lee.