- 1 - Chapter 1. Remarks on Settlement of Port Dalrymple
- 2 - Chapter 2. Lieutenant-Governor Collins to Governor King, 15th May, 1804
- 3 - Chapter 3. Governor Macquarie to Captain Murray, 15th June, 1810
- 4 - Chapter 4. Lieutenant-Governor Paterson to Governor King, 26th November, 1804
- 5 - Chapter 5. Journal of Lieutenant-Governor Paterson
- 6 - Chapter 6. Lieutenant-Governor Paterson to Governor King, December, 1805
- 7 - Chapter 7. His Majesty’s Ship Calcutta Journal
- 8 - Chapter 8. General Orders Lieutenant-Governor Collins, 7th January, 1805
- 9 - Chapter 9. Lieutenant-Governor Collins to Governor King, 11th Sepr., 1804
- 10 - Chapter 10. Governor Darling to Earl Bathurst, 20th February, 1827
- 11 - Chapter 11. Earl Bathurst to Governor Darling, 20th March, 1827
- 12 - Chapter 12. Earl Bathurst to Governor Darling, 10th Jany., 1827
- 13 - Chapter 13. The Reverend D. Coates to Earl Bathurst, 21st January, 1827
- 14 - Chapter 14. Governor Darling to Right Hon. W. Huskisson, 25th February, 1828
- 15 - Chapter 15. Viscount Goderich to Governor Darling, 6 July, 1827
- 16 - Chapter 16. Acting Attorney-General Moore to Colonial Secretary Macleay, 15th January, 1827
- 17 - Chapter 17. Governor Darling to Under Secretary Hay, 23rd March, 1827
- 18 - Chapter 18. Governor Darling to Lieut.-General Sir H. Taylor, 22nd May, 1827
- 19 - Chapter 19. Governor Darling to Earl Bathurst, 4th June, 1827
Credit: National Archives of Australia, Image no.: A1200, L30939.
Information for this title comes from a range of original source documents recounting early Australian History. It looks at the relationships and encounters that occurred between the early colonists and the Aborigines from 1788 onwards through to the late 1800s.
Part III, presented here, is taken from Historical Records of Australia. This Part deals with despatches and papers relating to the settlement of the states, in this case Port Phillip, Victoria, 1803-1804 and Tasmania, 1803-June, 1812. It also includes Governor's Despatches to and from England and within Australia during the administration of Governor Darling, January 1827 to February, 1828.
In all cases, the original spelling and grammar are left as is to preserve the authenticity of the information.
Future Parts of Early Aboriginal History will come from other similar original source documents. These stories are not in any particular order and will continue to be added to on an ongoing basis.
Warning: This chapter may contain the names and images of Aboriginal and Islander people now deceased.
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