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Rum rebellion : a study of the overthrow of Governor Bligh by John Macarthur and the New South Wales Corps, including the John Murtagh Macrossan memorial lectures delivered at the University of Queensland, June 1937

Author: Herbert Vere Evatt
Publisher: Sydney, Australia : Angus & Robertson, 1939.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: William Bligh; John Macarthur; William Bligh; John Macarthur
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Vere Evatt
OCLC Number: 3586637
Description: xviii, 365 pages : color frontispiece ; 22 cm
Contents: Copy-book tradition --
A story about sheep --
The colony which Bligh had to govern --
Curious corps --
A governor's turnips --
A case of hearsay evidence --
The affair of Dr. Ballmain --
A case of assault --
A duel that was fought --
Theft of a vital dispatch --
Necessity turned to gain --
The fall of Governor King --
The character of Bligh --
Bligh takes over --
Bligh makes progress --
Traffickers in trouble --
Legal foundations of New South Wales --
The case of the promissory note --
The case of Wentsorth --
The case of the imported stills --
The case of the Schooner Parramatta --
The case of sedition --
Was MacArthur guilty of sedition --
MacArthur in danger --
MacArthur's first manoeuvre --
MacArthur's second manoeuvre --
MacArthur's trial opens --
Another strange tale --
The night of the twenty-fifth of January --
The arrest of Bligh --
The charge of cowardice --
"Jack Bodice's Tool!" --
Was the arrest preconcerted --
Guilty of high treason --
Rebel leader --
Mock trial --
The case of Oliver Russell --
Aftermath of the Russell case --
The case of William Gore --
The case of George Suttor --
First rebel administration (Johnston) --
Second rebel administration (Foveaux) --
Rebel peculations --
Third rebel administration (Paterson) --
The attitude of MacQuarie --
Court martial manoeuvres --
The court martial of Johnston --
Judgement.
Other Titles: Study of the overthrow of Governor Bligh by John Macarthur and the New South Wales Corps
Responsibility: by the Honourable Mr. Justice Herbert Vere Evatt.

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