The Trooper Police of Australia: a Record of Mounted Police Work in the Commonwealth from the Earliest Days of Settlement to the P

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Excerpt from The Trooper Police of Australia: A Record of Mounted Police Work in the Commonwealth From the Earliest Days of Settlement to the Present Time

Captain Cook's voyage - Sir Joseph Banks - The convict ques tion - Mr. Matra's proposal - The American loyalists Lord Sydney's Plan The First Fleet - Captain Phillip at Botany Bay - Removal to Sydney - Troubles and dissensions-a night watch of convicts - Major Grose governor - The New South Wales Corps - Captain King - The Armed Association - Captain Bligh's stormy rule - Convicts assigned as servants - Governor Macquarie - The Emancipists - Opposition to the new scheme - Exploration in the colony.

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