Gipps-LA Trobe Correspondence

1839-1846 (Miegunyah Press Series, No. 5) by A. G. L. Shaw

Publisher: Melbourne University Publishing

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Biography: general,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Governors,
  • Australia & New Zealand - Australia,
  • History - General History,
  • New South Wales,
  • History: World,
  • Australia,
  • Gipps, George,
  • Latrobe, Charles Joseph,
  • 1791-1847,
  • 1801-1875,
  • Correspondence,
  • Gipps, George,,
  • Latrobe, Charles Joseph,,
  • Sir,
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages448
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7768185M
ISBN 100522843883
ISBN 109780522843880
OCLC/WorldCa21298704

The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (Series 4) Volume 1 , Benjamin Henry Latrobe; Edited by John C. Van Horne and Lee W. Formwalt This book comprehends both Latrobe’s personal and professional beginnings and at least the genesis of the major works of his professional career. versity of Durham, makes this book particularly important. Indeed, the entire bibliography of the book is a tribute to an exhaustive researcher. Ward is to be congratulated on his careful utilization of such hitherto little used sources as the Minutes of the Executive Council of New South Wales and the Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence.   The warmth of their relationship is reflected in the Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence, edited by A.G.L. Shaw. The newspapers didn’t know whether to gush with excitement or to continue with their ongoing litany of complaint about the Governor and New South Wales generally.

after editing the Gipps – La Trobe Correspondence – (). His expertise, judgement and finely crafted writing have been brought to bear on many aspects of Australian history. Professor Shaw was a towering figure as Professor of History at Monash University from , just . A. Gross, Charles Joseph La Trobe (Melb, ) G. Serle, The Golden Age (Melb, ) S. C. McCulloch, ‘Unguarded Comments on the Administration of New South Wales, The Gipps-La Trobe Private Correspondence’, Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand, vol 9, no 33, Nov , pp ; La Trobe papers (State Library of Victoria). Gipps - La Trobe correspondence / edited by A.G.L. Shaw Governor Lachlan Macquarie / by George Finkel The Evidence to the Bigge reports: New South Wales under Governor Macquarie / selected and edited by Jo. AUSTRALIAN BUSH WRITING - The Penguin Book of: Camberwell, Viking/Penguin, $ SAMUELSON, Steve and Ray MASON: A HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN TRUE CRIME: Australian Lives and Stories: North Sydney, Ebury Press/Random House, $ SHAW, A.G.L. - edited by: GIPPS - LA TROBE CORRESPONDENCE - Carlton, Miegunyah/Melbourne.

Gipps - La Trobe Correspondence Edited by A.G.L. Shaw. Carlton, Victoria: Melbourne University Press at the Miegunyah Press, Index pp. JUDGES REPORT The judges' final decision came down to a question ofranking three high quality indexes. Our task was complicated by diversity. This was not only in respect of subject matter. Janine Burke is the award-winning author of fifteen books of art history, biography and fiction. Between and , she lectured in art history at the Victorian College of the Arts before resigning to write full time. She has degrees in art history from the University of Melbourne, La Trobe .

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Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence,edited by A. Shaw. Melbourne, The Miegunyah Press, In this book most of the letters are from Governor Gipps to Charles Joseph La Trobe, as more of them have been preserved.

For letters from the La Trobe side of the correspondence. Book - Gipps - La Trobe correspondence jpg. jpg From the Collection of Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 33 Saxon Street Brunswick Victoria Description Transcription of correspondence between Sir George Gipps and C.J.

La Trobe, giving a record of the early history of Victorian Aboriginal peoples in relation to. Get this from a library. Gipps-La Trobe correspondence, [George Gipps, Sir; A G L Shaw; Charles Joseph Latrobe] -- Selected correspondence between the Governor of New south Wales, Sir George Gipps, and his subordinate, C.J.

La Trobe, Superintendent of the Port Phillip District, from to ; includes. GIPPS — LA TROBE CORRESPONDENCE HH Boxes Charles Joseph La Trobe. Letters from C.J. La Trobe to Sir George Gipps, and letters from Sir George Gipps to C.J.

La Trobe, Original ms. Serial nos Note: The letters are published in Gipps-La Trobe correspondenceedited by A.G.L. Shaw. The following books have been published on the life and work of Charles Joseph La Trobe: Barnes, John. Shaw, A. (ed.) Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence. He is the author of Convicts and the Colonies, Sir George Arthur, and Gipps_La Trobe Correspondence.

He contributed to Historical Studies, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, and British s: 2. The following books have been published on the life and work of Lieutenant Governor Charles Joseph La Trobe: an Exhibition of Books, Prints and Sculptures, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The C J La Trobe Society.

Shaw, A. (ed.) Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence, Melbourne, The Miegunyah Press, The Charles Joseph La Trobe Archive: an Overview Index to the Gipps-La Trobe correspondence Transcripts. Archives de l’Etat, Neuchâtel, Switzerland A copy of most of the original papers relating to the La Trobe family is held in the Australian Manuscripts Collection, State Library Victoria.

Link to Archives de l’Etat, Neuchâtel. VICTORIAN TREASURES, LA Trobe Collection, State Library of Victoria, Hardcover - $ FOR SALE. Click Here For More Quality Books - Collectible Treasures Victorian Treasures from.

Other major projects in this period were the meticulously edited Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence () and the definitive history of early Victoria, A History of the Port Phillip District (). McCulloch, S. ‘Unguarded comments on the Administration of New South Wales, the Gipps-La Trobe private correspondence’, Historical Studies, Vol.9, No 33, Novemberpp ‘Melbourne’s Emerald Necklace’ – Charles La Trobe’s vision of two rings of park reserves created during the early years of settlement.

the acquisition of the Gipps-La Trobe letters and other La Trobe papers.6 However, the greatest stimulus, both within the Library and in the wider community, to the development of the manuscripts collection and other special collections must have been the decision in to establish a ‘La Trobe Library’ which would be ‘at once to honour the pioneers [and] to bring together the Library.

A.G.L. Shaw, Emeritus Professor of History at Monash University, is the editor of Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence (), and the author of A History of the Port Phillip District (), as well as many other historical studies. He is the President of the La Trobe Society. Gipps La Trobe correspondence, - ed.

A.G.L. Shaw The private letters between Sir George Gipps, the Governor of N.S.W., and his subordinate, Charles Joseph La Trobe, Superintendent of the Port Phillip District, dating from La Trobe's arrival in to Gipp's departure in The letters cited from La Trobe to Gipps are from A.

Shaw, ed., Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence –, Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 2 Marguerite Hancock, Colonial Consorts: The Wives of Victoria's Governors –, Carlton, Melbourne University Press,p.

Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: creatorOf: La Trobe, Charles Joseph, Index to the Gipps - La Trobe correspondence / compiled by Miss Gertrude Morrissey. Libraries Australia: creatorOf: La Trobe, Charles Joseph, Map. The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (Series 4): Volume 1(The Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe Series) [Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, Van Horne, John C., Formwalt, Lee W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (Series 4): Volume 1(The Papers of. Book reviews. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History: Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. Professor Shaw is a distinguished historian, whose publications include an edition of the Gipps–La Trobe Correspondence ().

Rhonda Dredge, who is science writer in the Public Affairs Office of La Trobe University, writes of the diaries of her ancestor, James Dredge, one of the Assistant Protectors of Aborigines appointed in Gipps La Trobe correspondence, - ed. A.G.L. Shaw The private letters between Sir George Gipps, the Governor of N.S.W.

and his subordinate, Charles Joseph La Trobe, Superintendent of the Port Phillip District, dating from La Trobe's arrival in to Gipp's departure in   She suffers always so very much at see, that I cannot press her to accompany me.

[ Gipps to La Trobe 29 SeptemberShaw Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence p] Gipps’ predecessor Governor Bourke had visited Port Phillip in but Melbourne was a very different place now in in size, economic importance and self-confidence. This is the last of three volumes of selected correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (), America’s first professional architect and engineer.

Covering the final decade of Latrobe’s life, it includes about documents, comprised of letters (mostly from Latrobe), government reports, pamphlets, and. Gipps - La Trobe Correspondence 4 copies Growth and development in Australia: an introduction to Australian 2 copies An introduction to Australian history 2 copies.

Index to the Gipps - La Trobe correspondence / compiled by Miss Gertrude Morrissey. Libraries Australia: Bibliographic and Digital Archival Resources. Role Title Holding Repository; Filters: Connection Graph Radial Graph. Relation Name; correspondedWith: Gipps, George, Sir, person.

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Get this from a library. The correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe. [Benjamin Henry Latrobe; John C Van Horne; Lee W Formwalt; Maryland Historical Society.] -- This volume is the first of what will be three volumes of selected correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (), America's first professional architect and engineer.

Shaw, Gipps–La Trobe Correspondence, pp. CJ La Trobe to the Gentlemen signing a representation without date, to His Honour the Superintendent, received by the hands of Dr Kilgour, 26 Marchin Copies or extracts from the despatches of.

Index to the Gipps - La Trobe correspondence / compiled by Miss Gertrude Morrissey. Libraries Australia: Bibliographic and Digital Archival Resources. Role Title Holding Repository; Filters: Connection Graph Radial Graph.

Relation Name; associatedWith: Finn, Edmund, person. (1) The letters cited from La Trobe to Gipps are from A. Shaw, ed., Gipps-La Trobe CorrespondenceCarlton, Melbourne University Press, (2) Marguerite Hancock, Colonial Consorts: The Wives of Victoria's Governors.

Gipps suggested that La Trobe make the recommendation directly to him (Gipps) or to his Private Secretary as “a man might not want his qualifications for the Magistracy discussed in public office” (Gipps to La Trobe 1 MarchShaw Gipps-La Trobe Correspondence p). The health, safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and community remains La Trobe’s top priority and we will continue to ensure University operations comply with the Government’s public health directions.

Book a consultation, or call us for further information. International students.Emeritus Professor Alan George Lewers Shaw AO was professor of history at Monash University from to He was associate editor of the New dictionary of national biography from and published many works, including A history of the Port Phillip district, Gipps–La Trobe correspondence, – and Sir George Arthur, –  In fact, looking at the book lying on my desk here with “Possession” in large silver letters on the spine, I’m not really sure that the book is about possession at all.

The treaty itself could be a construction, and whatever ‘truth’ there is about it has been .