2 edition of felonry of New South Wales found in the catalog.
felonry of New South Wales
|Statement||by James Mudie ; ed. by Walter Stone|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
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of castle forbes, and a late magistrate for the territory of new south wales "i have been accustomed, all my days, to hear and speak the plain truth.". In London in he published The Felonry of New South Wales, an attack on all whom he fancied had opposed him in the colony.
He also appeared before the select committee on transportation [of convicts]; though much of his evidence was removed from the report, enough remains to reveal his distorted mind” (ADB). The Felonry of New South Wales: Being a Faithful Picture of the Real Romance of Life in Botany by Mudie, James.
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[James Mudie]. Felonry of New South Wales; realistic stories of the early days of the convict settlement of Botany Bay. George Street: William Dymock, Stapled paperback; pp; paper covers printd in brown and red, with implements of correction and punishment pictured (lash, manacle, chain, gallows); advertisements on inside flaps and back cover; bookplate of Henry Bateson on verso of title page.
The felonry of New South Wales: being a faithful picture of the real romance of life in Botany Bay with anecdotes of Botany Bay Society, and a plan of Sydney / by James Mudie.
Also Titled. Marginal notes to Mudie's Felonry of New South Wales. Author. Mudie. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.
Inan ambitious but bankrupt mariner named James Mudie arrived in Australia. With the support and patronage of the Colonial Office he was appointed justice of the peace and went on to acquire a reputation as one of the harshest and most brutal magistrates in New South Wales.
Marginal Notes to Mudie's 'Felonry of New South Wales' from Vincent Dowling's and other Copies. Sydney, Tyrrell's Limited, [first thus]. Octavo, [ii] (title leaf), 11,  (blank) pages. Title-wrappers a little marked, with a crease across the entire pamphlet; trifling chips to the first leaf; an excellent copy.
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The Book Book Public School was discontinued on 27 October County: Wynyard. Cats-paws and felonry in colonial New South Wales Published on State Library of NSW () Another copy of The Felonry of New South Wales, which has had the marginal notes pasted in (DM//21A3) John Blaxland () was a pioneer settler and explorer, born in Kent to a gentleman farmer.
Blaxland drew. This unusual item is a set of ‘marginal notes’ that were distributed by the Blaxland family to be pasted into James Mudie’s The Felonry of New South Wales. Mudie’s book, published in after he was forced to return to England in some disgrace, viciously attacked many prominent members of.
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