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  • Norfolk Island.—Transactions.—Natives.—Weather. 1 II. Broken Bay visited.—M. De La Perouse sails.—Transactions.—The Supply returns.—Lord Howe Island discovered
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Norfolk Island 8086CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Norfolk Island                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003
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  • things, repeat in its annals the history of Macquarie Harbour and of Norfolk Island. With this brief preface I beg you to accept this work. I would that
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  • Britannica, Volume 19 Norfolk Island 14659491911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 — Norfolk Island NORFOLK ISLAND, an island in the Pacific Ocean
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  • Lane-Poole1892 KING, PHILIP GIDLEY (1758–1808), first governor of Norfolk Island and Governor of New South Wales, was born 23 April 1758 at Launceston
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  • Proclamation of the Colony—Phillip's Address to the Convicts—Expedition to Norfolk Island—The Condition of the Settlement, 45 CHAPTER VI Phillip and the Blacks—His
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  • Navassa Island Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Niue Norfolk Island Northern Mariana Islands Norway
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  • Island 218 Nepal 219 Netherlands 220 Netherlands Antilles 222 New Caledonia 224 New Zealand 225 Nicaragua 227 Niger 229 Nigeria 230 Niue 232 Norfolk Island
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  • charge of Australia's First Fleet, and later Lieutenant-Governor of Norfolk Island. Manuscripts and letters by Ross and/or related to him may be found
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  • Lieut. Bott is at present employed as Superintendent of Convicts at Norfolk Island, New South Wales. Agents – Messrs. Chard. BOTT. (Lieutenant, 1832
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  • mutineers of the "Bounty" — one in Pitcairn Island, in the vast South Seas; the other in Norfolk Island, in the Australian Seas. The readers of this
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  • was Phillip Island, a very small adjunct of Norfolk Island, and not more than 5 m. distant from it. Whether the birds of the two islands were specifically
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  • arrived at Hobart Town in 1844. Besides Norfolk Island, other penal settlements at Port Arthur and on Maria Island came within the jurisdiction of the new
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  • of New South Wales, to take charge of the convict establishment at Norfolk Island, as Military Commandant and Civil Superintendent. The miserable felons
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  • drew a terrible picture of the state of the convict establishment at Norfolk Island in the year 1834, when he visited it as a judge to try a contingent
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  • was appointed Assistant Superintendent in the Convict Department, Norfolk Island, in August 1850; Clerk of Petty Sessions at Westbury, Tasmania, in May
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  • (1998), "The pencil landscape drawings made by Ferdinand Bauer in Norfolk Island, from August 1804 to February 1805, in the Natural History Museum, London"
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  • troops and warders and to capture the island. As proof of the terrible condition of the convicts in Norfolk Island at this period, it may be stated that
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  • singular looking trees has been found in New Zealand—two others inhabit Norfolk Island, and a third Tahiti. They form erect, slender, small trees, with long
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  • Infantry, was appointed in Jan. 1848 to the Imperial Penal Establishment, Norfolk Island, and served there until transferred to Tasmania in 1855, where he became
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