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The Brabourne papers : (relating to the settlement and early history of the colony ; purchased from Lord Brabourne by Sir Saul Samuel, Agent-General) ; a pamphlet containing a summary of the contents of these important papers.

Fonte: Sydney : Govt. Printer, 1886. Publicador: Sydney : Govt. Printer, 1886.
Tipo: Livro Formato: 14509587 bytes; application/pdf
Publicado em //1886 EN
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These papers contain correspondence relating to Australian affairs, received by Sir Joseph Banks, which came into the possession of the Brabourne family.; Automatic Optical Character Recognition has been performed to make the text searchable; Scanned from the original held Special Collections, Barr Smith Library

Society and thought in eastern Australia, 1835-1851

Roe, Michael
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (PhD)
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661 p; The thesis deals with the colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land; it begins when J.T. Bigge's ideal had come to crisis, and ends with the gold rushes. By "J.T. Bigge's ideal” is meant a society in which the Church of England and a land-owning elite joined with the executive government to establish a way of life, both hierarchical and harmonious. The Church and the gentry respectively comprise the core of the first two chapters, which describe the ideology and strength of colonial conservatism. In the former the central figure is W.G. Broughton, first Anglican bishop in Australia and remarkably sensitive to the difficulties which beset the conservative ideal. His beliefs and insight shape not only this chapter but the whole thesis. Following a description of the typical Anglican reaction to the major features of colonial life, particular emphasis is placed on the Church's attempt to assert its opinion sometimes through, sometimes against the power of the State. Here, as at many other places throughout the thesis, the education issue becomes very prominent. The Church appears as the strongest bastion of conservative thought, denouncing every aspect of society which made for change and disruption. Although not numerous...