A History of Australia: From the Earliest Times to the Age of Macquarie

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ERRATA
CLARK: History of Australia, vol. 1p. 30, Scale on map For '0 50 100' read '0 500 1000'p. 72, line of 19 For 'sewing' read 'sowing'p. 87, line 2 For 'the Union Jack was hoisted' read 'the colours were hoisted'p. 95, line 32 For 'plundered' read 'blundered'p. 279, line 33 For ' 1814' read ' 1815'p. 322, line 15 Omit the word 'not'ILLUSTRATIONS
PLATES
James Cookfrontispiece
Arthur Phillip facing146
The Reverend Richard Johnson147
David Collins162
John Hunter163
Philip Gidley King178
Plan of the Town of Sydney179
William Bligh194
Sydney from the East Side of the Cove, c. 1806195
The Reverend Samuel Marsden274
Ellis Bent275
Jeffery Hart Bent290
Lachlan Macquarie, 1805291
Lachlan Macquarie, 1822306
Parramatta, c. 1824307
South-west View of Hobart Town, 1819322
John Macarthur323
MAPS
1. Pacific Voyages before Cookpage18
2. Tasman's Map of his Voyages30
3. Pacific Voyages from Cook to Flinders48
4. The Settlements in Van Diemen's Land and Post Phillip, 1803-1820192
5. Land Exploration301
6. The Settlements in New South Wales, c. 1820353

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A History of Australia: From the Earliest Times to the Age of Macquarie
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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • Errata xiii
  • Contents xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Part I - The Forerunners 1
  • I - The Earliest Times to Catholic Christendom 3
  • 2 - The Contribution of The Protestants 21
  • 3 - The Sons of Enlightenment 42
  • Part II - The Foundation 57
  • 4 - The Choice of Botany Bay 59
  • 5 - The Beginning of Sydney Cove 73
  • 6 - Convicts and the Faith Of The Founders 90
  • Part III - Phillip to Bligh 111
  • 7 - Phillip 113
  • 8 - Grose, Paterson and Hunter 132
  • 9 - King, Flinders, and Port Phillip 160
  • 10 - Van Diemen's Land and The Civilization of New South Wales 186
  • II - Bligh 210
  • 12 - The Society of New South Wales In 1810 235
  • Part IV - The Age of Macquarie 261
  • 13 - Macquarie, 1810-1815 263
  • 14 - Macquarie, 1816-1819 296
  • 15 - Macquarie, 1820-1821 337
  • 16 - Macquarie and Mr Commissioner Bigge In England 367
  • Appendices 381
  • A Select Bibliography 389
  • Index 411
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