Victoria: with a description of its principal cities, Melbourne and Geelong
|←By author||Victoria: with a description of its principal cities, Melbourne and Geelong (1856)
|Introductory Chapter →|
A DESCRIPTION OF ITS PRINCIPAL CITIES,
MELBOURNE AND GEELONG:
REMARKS ON THE PRESENT STATE OF THE COLONY;
AN ACCOUNT OF THE BALLAARAT DISTURBANCES, AND OF THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN WISE, 40TH REGIMENT.
CAPT. H. BUTLER STONEY,
40TH REGT., LATE 99TH REGT. AUTHOR OF "A Residence in Tasmania;" ETC. ETC.
SMITH, ELDER, & CO., 65, CORNHILL.
DUBLIN: McGLASHAN & GILL, UPPER SACKVILLE-STREET.
Printed at the University Press
BY M. H. GILL
THE MEMORY OF A GALLANT AND ESTEEMED FRIEND,
CAPTAIN WISE, 40th REGT.,
WHO FELL AT BALLAARAT, DECEMBER, 1864,
AS A SMALL TRIBUTE OF RESPECT
TO THE SORROWING RELATIVES OF ONE SO JUSTLY BELOVED,
|Melbourne and its Environs in 1855,||16|
|Victoria in 1855,||35|
|Routes to Ballaarat,||71|
|The Gold Fields,||90|
|The Ballaarat Disturbances, and their Cause,||101|
|Character and Death of Captain Wise,||129|
|General State of the Colony in 1856,||139|
|THE TOWN HALL, MELBOURNE,||Frontispiece.|
|MR. HARGREAVES, DISCOVERER OF THE GOLD FIELDS,||Title-page.|
|MAP OF VICTORIA,||Page.
|PLAIN NEAR THE MARRABOOL HILLS,||75|
|ENTRANCE TO THE DIGGINGS,||91|
|GOLD FIELD OF MOUNT ALEXANDER,||100|
This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.