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The Gilmour Influence. Andrew McDonald. Published by the Hastings County Historical Society. Public Archives Canada. Includes French translation. The Sensible Rehabilitation of Older Houses. Harold Kalman. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. The Garrison Years. Heritage Renfrew. William Beahen. Preliminary History of Bobcaygeon Lock Station. Margaret L. Laura Brandon and Mark Holton. Jennifer McKendry. Inside cover: "The name recognizes the donation and support of David and Patricia Morton, who live near Lakefield".

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Written by a nun of the L'Hopital General, it describes events during the siege of Quebec in TPL ; Sabin Baddeley Lieut. Transactions of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. April Arnoux, First Edition. Original Wraps. With Geological Outline, and de Barres folding chart reproduced on superb thin paper watermarked 'J. Whatman Pages consists of the second half of Mr. Varley on 'Pigments of Canada. Report in Reference to the Canadian Pacific Railway..

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Lowther Montreal: Printed at the Gazette Printing House, Paul Railway, and Emigration information. Peel 3 President Martin Van Buren Steamboat Caroline: Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 21st ultimo, respecting the Capture and Destruction of the Steamboat Caroline, 29 December last [].

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Neatly contained in a mylar wrapper. Relation d'un Voyage a Manitoba Octavo 22 cm x Covers dust soiled, remnant of a postage stamp affixed to rear cover, 1 cm chip to spinestrip at both the head and tail. Contents very good, clean and bright. Title of the English Version: 'Narrative of a journey to Manitoba: Together with an abstract of the Dominion Lands Act, and an extract from the government pamphlet on Manitoba.

Church and State. Montreal: Dawson Brothers, Overall a very good copy. Province of Ontario. Pardee, Commissioner of Crown Lands]. Prepared under instruction from the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Toronto: Grip Printing and Publishing, Covers dust soiled, tanning to the edges of fist page p.

The Separate Schools. The No-Popery Cry. Protestantism Not in Danger. Memorandum by the Hon. Oliver Mowat, Premier of Ontario, December 2, Toronto: C. Blackett Robinson, Original cream printed paper, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers dust-soiled, with browning around edges, else very good copy. Original grey printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Ink signature of prev. Earle, Kingston, Ont. Chipping to spine ends, with a very slight lean to the book. He gives an informative description of the country. It appeared first as a series of letters in the 'Toronto Globe'.

Major J. Langstaff: A Memorial. Toronto: Press of Miln-Bingham, [? Original dark cream printed card covers, sewn binding, deckled fore-edge. Covers darkened primarily to the spine and around edges, else near fine, clean copy. Cackle Magazine. Octavo 21 cm x 15 cm , pp. Original beige illustrated paper wraps with cover lettering in red on a black panel, stapled binding. Tanning to covers primarily around edges, else fine copy of the first publication of a rare World War II magazine.

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Kirkwood, farmer, author and civil servant, wrote many articles and treatises which eventually earned him a position with the Ontario Crown Lands Department where he became a senior officer. Interior crisp and clean. Covers soiled, primarily to spine and edges, otherwise a very good, tight copy. First Letter. Quebec: Printed at the "Morning Chronicle" Office, Original grey wrappers, title-page reproduced in frame to upper cover, sewn binding. Lightly soiled around the edges, small chip from upper outer corner, else near fine copy. Colonisation du Lac Temiscamingue et du Lac Kippewa Ottawa: Ministere de L'Agriculture du Canada, Large, two-colour, folding frontispiece map.

Original grey printed wrappers, title-page reproduced in frame to upper cover, stapled binding. Slightly soiled around the edges, chipping to tail of spine, else near fine copy. Text in French ; Villeneuve Later Prehistoric Man in British Columbia. From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. Second Series - Volume I. English History, Literature, Archaeology, Etc.. Gilt lettered, black cloth boards, original beige printed wrapper bound-in. Covers rubbed at tips and edges, nick to the spine, front hinge split though still tight, otherwise a very good copy with the text near fine.

Election Cases. Toronto: Canada Law Book Company, Octavo, pp. Khaki green printed covers, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, stapled binding, publisher's adverts on insides of front and rear covers, advert to rear cover. Text in 2 columns. Covers soiled, else very good, plus copy.

Prepared under Instructions from the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Dominion of Canada, Province of Ontario. Information for Intending Settlers. Original, fragile, tan printed wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Covers soiled, rear cover shows damp staining around margins, chipping with short tears, chipping to spine ends, else very good copy. Department of the Interior.

Letters from Settlers and others, and information as to Land Regulations. Covers tanned primarily to margins, tail of spine chipped with small split, 3 minor nicks, 2 short closed tears to lower edge of rear cover, staples starting to oxidize, else a very good, tight, clean copy. Department of Crown Lands Prepared under instructions from Hon. Gibson, Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontario.

Covers dust soiled, tanning to margins of text block, with deeper tanning around margins where the folding maps are placed. Otherwise a very good, tight copy a scarce item. Gibson, Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontairo. Fourth Edition with Maps. Covers lightly dust soiled, some fading to spine and edges, 1 cm tear at head of spine along joint not chipped , tiny corner curl, short 1. Otherwise a very good, tight copy of a scarce item. The statements hereafter made are drawn principally from official sources, or other accurate information, and in most cases the authority is cited.

Montreal: [Norman Murray, ? Covers dust soiled, covers detached but present, lightly chipped, light vertical crease down centre where pamphlet was obviously folded, tanning to text margins, else a good copy of a rare Canadian pamphlet. Notes on the Navigation.. Meteorological and Climatic Data.

Winnipeg: Board of Trade, []. Peel 3 notes two folding maps. This copy has two additional folding maps loosely inserted: 1 Map of the Dominion of Canada, shewing the extent and situation of its public lands, also its geographical relation to the British Isles. Published by order of the Hon. Coloured map, Light tanning to margins with faint damp stains to top margin and some nicks to bottom margin; 2 Map shewing proposed route of the Manitoba and Hudson's Bay Railway.

Winnipeg: Bishop Co. In blue and white, cm x 79 cm. Otherwise, a very good copy enhanced by the two additional maps. In the fall of Bell, , travelled from Ontario to Fort Garry as a member of the Wolseley expedition. At the time of writing he was secretary of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, and later became treasurer of the Winnipeg Board of Trade and a prominent and active member of the Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba..

Statement of the Tenders for the Printing and Stationery required by the Corporation of the City of Montreal, for six years. Some idea may be formed of how he served the Tax Payer by looking at three of His Certificates Montreal, Sept. Otherwise an excellent copy of this most interesting complaint of fraud. The Political History of Canada Between and A Lecture Delivered on the 17th October, , at the request of the St.

Patrick's National Association with copious additions. First Edition Thus. Grey printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Covers soiled and stained, spine ends chipped, minor nicks to corners, light damp stains to bottom of rear cover and to bottom margin of last 7 leaves diminishing within text not affected , small spot of damp staining to bottom margin of title-page and intro page, and along fore-edge.

Otherwise, a very good copy sounds worse than it is. Ottawa: s. Grey printed paper wraps with etched portrait of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, stapled binding. Covers coming loose from the staples, chipped at staples, spine ends, and upper cover fore-edge, top corner of front cover detached and loosely inserted, soiling to margins, tanning to text margins. Otherwise a good copy of the first publication of this series attributed to the National Liberal Federation of Canada.

Three Lectures delivered in the Cathedral of St. Montreal: Printed by John Lovell, Langton from [?? Langton was the son of John Langton, became an architect and practised in Toronto. He was editor of a collection of his fathers letters entitled: "Early Days in Upper Canada. Aeneas McDonell. Ottawa: Printed by C. Mitchell, Office of the Free Press, Rebound in grey paper covers with mounted computer printed label, title-page and preface missing piece from bottom outer corner, crude tape repair to bottom centre of p.

Otherwise, a good tight, clean copy. Lowther ; Peel 3 Dawson was born at Redhaven, Banffshire, Scotland, ordained a Roman Catholic priest in , and came to Canada in He published several volumes of verse. Besides this descriptive volume was the author a number of translations from the French, and of a history of "The Catholics of Scotland" Ottawa, John Rose.

Covers very lightly soiled, staples just beginning to oxidize, else near fine copy. Includes information about Brant's education, his family, his work as a peace mediator, his death, and his will. Watters p. The Naval Question. Speech Delivered by Mr. Borden, M. Original powder blue card covers, blindstamped title to upper cover same as title-page , stapled binding, frontispiece portrait. Light fading, primarily to the edges, else near fine copy. Constitution and By-laws, February 28th, Front and rear covers detached but present, covers lightly soiled and chipped, light crease to lower outer corner throughout text, very faint vertical crease where pamphlet may once have been folded; one contemporary ink addition to p.

In red ink is the addition of Dr. Sterling Ryerson's name as President he became the second President of the Association after the death of John Beverley Robinson , also in red ink is a correction of the name Charles Gamble, Q. Tisdale M. Robinson C.

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Hibbert Tupper Q. Crutchley, Scots Guards D. A Tale of Lake St. Original Illustrated Wrappers. Cream, illustrated paper wraps, adverts to rear cover, inside rear cover and inside front cover, stapled binding. Covers lightly soiled, one small closed tear to bottom edge of front cover, spine chipped with 2. Edmonton, Alberta. His wife was Thomasina Perry.

John joined the 49 th battalion, Canadian Infantry in December and served as a private. He saw service in France and was killed in action on 9 th June John Perry is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial, France. Born on 11 th October in Killoughy, Tullamore. Albert was the son of John and Sarah nee Gill Pretty. He appears to have immigrated to the United States and lived in Seattle Washington. His brother James lived in Canada. Albert joined the Canadian Infantry in September and upon enlisting he was described as being 5 foot 8 inches and having brown eyes and hair.

Private Pretty died one month later in England on 17 th October William was educated at Eton and Oxford Universities. He was promoted to Captain in and then to Major in He had married in to Frances Lois Listerkaye. William Parsons rejoined the army for service in the First World War. He served with the Irish Guards. He was seriously wounded in the head in May in France. Major Parsons died from his wounds on 10 th June He died at home in Birr castle. His funeral took place on the 13 th June and his remains where brought to St.

He had a military funeral which was very well attended. John was born in Birr on 1 st August John attended Sandhurst Military college. He entered training to become an officer on 12 th February He completed his training on 17 th December John was promoted to Lieutenant in November which was around the same time he was sent to France. When his company were moving over open ground under heavy fire many casualties occurred, and Lieutenant Ruttledge remained to the last helping the wounded away to cover.

Lieutenant Ruttledge was promoted to Temporary Captain in April Captain Ruttledge was killed in action on the 1 st day of the Battle of the Somme along with thousands of men. He is remembered with honour on the Thiepval Memorial in France. Joseph was the son of Daniel and Annie Skerritt. He was killed in action in Gallipoli on 29 Apr Joseph was just His name is commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey. He was the son of Joseph and Mary Studholme.

Launcelot was commissioned in the Leinster Regiment in December and rose to the rank of Captain. Captain Studholme was killed in action on 9 September while on the Somme with the 7 th battalion, Leinster Regiment. In Loving Memory of. Major Frederic Eckersall Nixon-Eckersall.

Royal Garrison Artillery. Oldest Son of the Revd. Eckersall Nixon. Born 29 th Sept. Killed in Action 10 th Nov. And in Grateful Memory of. Lancelot J. Captain 7 th Leinster Regiment. Only Surviving and Dearly Loved Son of. Killed in Action on the Somme The 9 th of. September A. Trying to Save A Wounded Comrade. Parishioners and Rector of Kilcolman Who. A Valued Member of our Synod and Counci. And a Devoted Churchwarden for many. Years During Which he was a Generous Donor. William Edward Parson. Fifth Earl of Rosse.

Major Irish Guards. Born 14 th June Joined Coldstream Guards. South African War. Transferred to the. Irish Guards 2 nd May Died 10 th June From. Wounds Received in Action. Aymer was the son of Brevet Lt. Mary was a native of Birr. Charles died during the First World War. Campbell served as a Captain in the 2 nd battalion, Black Watch. He was killed in action on 21 November while fighting at Tobruk.

He was He died on 8 September Sadly this man is too hard to narrow down. Further research is required. Charles died on 4 th April , he is commemorated on the Singapore memorial. Hackett of Birr, Co. He joined the Royal Engineers and was posted to the 17 th Field Company. His unit was responsible for laying pontoon bridges during the invasion. This is also the day that Lance Sergeant Johnson died. Robert was born in Birr on 24th October He was the son of William and Emma Jane Neville. He served as a Pilot Officer in Squadron. His squadron originally flew in a Handley Page Halifax heavy bomber but converted to using Lancaster Bombers.

The crew of seven men all lost their lives. Patrick was the son of Dr. Mervyn Wilson and Mrs. Wilson of Birr. Patrick served as a sergeant in the British Columbia Regiment. Sergeant Wilson was killed on 9 August Venerable Wayne Carney, for allowing access to St. Roger Lunt, a relative of Charles Howes, for allowing use of family photographs.

His weekly salary on joining the D. On completion of his recruit training in the D. First issue of new Garda uniforms Michael O'Brien is standing second from the left in the back row. In my grandfather told my father that he personally cut the crown from his helmet plate and forage cap badge having been instructed to do so as were all members of the DMP by order of the commissioner and wear the crownless badges as and until Poilini Atha Cliath badges could be procured.

Dublin Metropolitan Police Cap Badges. As a result my Grandfather had to sign all official documents during his entire 41 year police career Michael Brien. Agnes Murray's father John Murray was killed by a tram in London. A year later in when her mother Annie died, Agnes returned to Dublin to her Aunt Theresa where she was reared. The attached photo shows the actual medals awarded to Constable Doran and they retain their original ribbons. Patrick Kavanagh's father, Patrick Kavanagh Snr. On the recommendation of Lord Powerscourt he joined the D.

Patrick Kavanagh was allocated warrant number In the accompanying photograph, which is a postcard dated 15 th July Constable Patrick Kavanagh is on the left of the photo. His brother Constable James Kavanagh is on the right and an unknown member of the Royal Irish Fusiliers is in the centre. Both brothers can be seen sporting their respective ribbons. I am very grateful to the archivist in Dublin Castle. She was able to pinpoint the exact location within the courtyard of Dublin Castle where this photo was taken years ago.

Patrick Kavanagh passed away on the 1 st November On reading his obituary printed in the Wicklow People newspaper in November , it reported that Patrick Kavanagh was one of the picked men from the Dublin Metropolitan Police who formed the bodyguard at Queen Victoria's funeral in The hunt continues. P on the 3rd of February and was allocated warrant number Having completed his recruit training at the D.

Some years ago an interesting medal which had been awarded to Thomas Cadell VC came on the market which sparked off the research detailed below. The actions took place during the Siege of Delhi on June 12 th The Scottish Naval and Military Academy, located in Edinburgh, was founded in and was formally opened on the 8 th of November of that year. The aim of the Academy was the training of young men for service in the army, navy and the East India Company and it also ran courses for civilians.

In the fee for each of the first two sessions was 25 Guineas and 12 Guineas for the third session. The annual examination of the Scottish Naval and Military Academy commenced yesterday, when the pupils were examined in various branches of education. He was baptised at the nearby Church of Scotland parish church in Tranent, on 2 nd October.

Cockenzie, on the southern side of the Firth of Forth, is about 10km east of Edinburgh. Cockenzie House, the former home of the Cadells, remains a fine house today. It was built in the late 17 th century for the Seton family, who were important coal mine owners and salt makers.

It had six acres of grounds. During the war years it was a residential nursery school and currently hosts artists and small businesses. There were six boys and six girls. Lawrence died in Montevideo in and is buried there. Thomas received his early education at Edinburgh Academy where he was a pupil from to and he was the first of nine Academicals to be awarded the Victoria Cross, three of which were won for actions during the Indian Mutiny.

In August he was posted to the 25 th Bengal Native Infantry. Between November and February the regiment proceeded to Allahabad. Thomas Cadell was promoted to Lieutenant in the regiment on November 23 rd which was then under the command of Brigadier St. From July some minor revolts took place in northwest India; but, following the British annexing the province of Oudh in the mutinies became more intense and widespread.

These events were followed on May 10 th by a much greater mutiny of the native troops in Meerut who killed all the Europeans within their reach and then marched on Delhi. There, other mutineers were active, who, on May 11 th massacred all the Europeans who fell into their hands. On May 13 th the Second Bengal European Fusiliers, who had been stationed at Subathu in the hills near Simla, proceeded by two forced marches to Umballa, reaching there on May 17 th.

Between 8 th and 16 th June there were several severe skirmishes before Delhi. On June 12 th a large body of the mutineer infantry launched a vigorous attack and the pickets of the Bengal European Fusiliers and of the 75 th Regiment were forced to retire before overwhelming numbers. Lieutenant Cadell, seeing a bugler of his own regiment fall severely wounded, went to his assistance, and, carrying him from among the enemy under heavy fire, saved him from certain death.

This act of devotion to duty by Cadell and his men was accomplished under a ferrocious fire of cannon and musketry. It was for these two acts of bravery that he was awarded the Victoria Cross. I went up with a party of my Regiment to relieve a picquet of the 75 th. We had broken off our men when I went to the front of the Flag Staff Tower to see what was going on. I went to the brow of the hill with Knox of the 75 th he was knocked over five minutes afterwards and no sooner had we got there than about thirty bullets whizzed by our heads.

I asked the senior officer present to take out my company. He allowed me to take out only a sub-division. I had just got there in skirmishing order in line with the tower when about a thousand Pandies rebel sepoys jumped over the brow of the steep hill like so many spectres.


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We kept them back for about ten minutes when we were forced to retire. Eleven out of the twenty men who were with me were killed or wounded, so you see it was rather sharp work. It is not fully clear who made the recommendation for the award of the Victoria Cross. A letter from Brigadier F. The Commander in Chief rejected the recommendation as it was not made until two years after the service was performed. Major Hall submitted that it was through no fault of him or Lieut Cadell that the recommendation had not been made long ago.

Lieut Cadell was of a retiring disposition and never boasted of his deeds.

Major Hall only heard of them accidentally in September , and thinking it his duty to interest himself in the matter, he wrote to the officer commanding the 2 nd Bengal Fusiliers requesting him to make enquiries in his Regiment for further proofs. Brigadier Wheler, Commanding Sangor District, expressed his hope that the decision in the case of Lieut Cadell might be reconsidered.

Thus, it was not until five years after the Siege of Delhi, that the Victoria Cross was officially conferred on him at a brigade parade in Saugor, India, on 19 th November On June 11 th , the army commanders recommended that Delhi be stormed at once; however, due to a lack of communication between the commanders the scheme was deferred until June 17 th.

In fact, during the Mutiny, it was generally considered that the senior officers displayed mediocre powers of decision. The mismanagement licks the Crimea almost….. They attack us in great numbers and the General sends two companies from one regiment and two from another to back them up and so on till men from all the regiments either get jumbled up together or else go at it perfectly independently.

By the evening of 13 th September siege guns had breached the walls and gates of Delhi and the last rebel strongholds in the city were captured by September 20 th. The fighting was extremely violent, hundreds of natives being shot or hanged by the conquering army. Throughout this there was competition among the junior officers in the infantry to be noticed by their commanders, i. Single-handed he charged about a hundred cavalry and went cutting and slashing about him like a brick in order to give his gunners time to turn round their guns. In July he was made Interpreter and Quartermaster with the Regiment.

On leaving the Regiment he received the following letter from the Qr. This article will be continued in the next Journal and the bibliography will be provided there. He was present at the action of Mehudi under Colonel Brind in which thirteen enemy guns were captured. He commanded No 1 Bundelcund Flying Column against the Bheels — , being mentioned in dispatches and receiving the thanks of the Government for his services.

In the event, the sovereignty of India became invested in the Crown on 2 nd August In October , after ten years soldiering in India, Thomas obtained his first leave home in Scotland. He was also a pupil at Edinburgh Academy — and was only sixteen when he sailed for India in November and also saw extensive action during the Mutiny. Thomas was given the task of pacifying a large area of Rajputana. Someone was heard to express an opinion that it was a tough job for two comparatively junior and inexperienced men, and to hope that they could not fail.

This first was Hew Francis Cadell. The same year saw the birth of the first of two daughters, Anna Catherine. She never married and died in Edinburgh in As in the Bheel Country, tiger hunting was a favourite pastime. Everything conducive to a successful hunt had been arranged. Comforts for the inner man had not been forgotten……but no news of tiger! You were a blooming youngster then, now, I suppose you are a grave old patriach. I am still quite young!! Two further children were born in and firstly John Richard Keating Cadell who died, aged one and a half years, in , and secondly, James Dalmahoy Cadell who became a Lieutenant with the Central India Horse and died in Jodhpur, India, in , aged On 17 th April Thomas Cadell was promoted to Major in the Bengal Staff Corps and from that month until November , together with his wife and young family, he was on extended leave at home in Scotland.

She never married and died in He was promoted Lt. In December a major change took place in his life: he was appointed Chief Commissioner and Superintendent of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, serving there from until , being the third Chief Commissioner appointed to the post.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands comprise a group of large and small islands in the southern reaches of the Bay of Bengal. They were a British Colony from until , since when they have been a union territory of India. As from March , when rebels from the Indian Army were imprisoned there, it was an important British penal colony for convicts from the Indian mainland.

Jungles were cleared, swamps drained, and the indigenous Andamese natives intimidated into keeping their distance. After the Mutiny, ordinary criminals were held there. As Chief Commissioner Cadell was the supreme head of the settlement having a residence in the capital, Port Blair. He had both European and Indian assistants and a garrison of British and Indian troops. In there were 11, convicts distributed among four jails and nineteen stations. Cadell was a humane and considerate Chief Commissioner with regard to both the convicts under his care and the native Andamanese.

Several examples of his caring attitude are documented in the Government of India papers see Bibliography. Cadell was also responsible for obtaining a considerable reduction in the mortality rates among the convicts by appointing well qualified medical staff; thus the mortality rates dropped from 7. He also dealt sympathetically with the case of lepers who were among the convicts, there being 42 in , and arranged that they be looked after in special barracks.

He took a particular interest in all matters pertaining to the fishing community and was appointed Chairman and President of the East Coast Fishery Association in He spent some time remodelling his home, Cockenzie House, and extending its garden. He had acquired a large, sacred, marble Nandi Bull which had been captured by the Somerset Regiment during the Mutiny, and to house it he decided to build a temple for it in his garden.

Today there is no sign of the marble bull, but the temple still stands. He was a Director of Edinburgh Academy from At the time of his death he was the oldest holder of the Victoria Cross. His funeral took place on 9 th April with full military honours from the Cockenzie United Free Church to the family burial vaults at the Church of Scotland, Tranent.

The funeral service was conducted by Brigadier-General the Rev. Dr Mackay and the Rev. The coffin was carried into the church by fishermen from the village. Simultaneously a memorial service was held in St. At the conclusion of the service at Cockenzie the coffin was placed on a gun carriage driven by officers of the Royal Field Artillery.

Three hundred men of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders were in attendance with pipers and drummers. The coffin having been borne to the graveside by the fishermen, Brigadier-General the Rev. Dr Mackay conducted the committal ceremony, which was followed by the firing of three volleys, the sounding of the Last Post, and the playing of a dirge. In addition to a memorial in the churchyard at Tranent, there is a memorial plaque in the Chalmers Memorial Church, Port Seton, while his name is also on the V. It was unveiled on 12 th February by the Earl of Wemyss.

The memorial takes the appropriate form of a beacon light and is erected at the harbour entrance in proximity of the existing beacon …. Ashcroft, Michael. Victoria Cross Heroes. Headline Books. Best, Brian. Show me a hero and I will write you a tragedy. Journal of the Victoria Cross Society, vol 12, March Breen, James Oliver. Fermanagh and the Victoria Cross. Britton, Fergus W. Byrne, Liam. Journal of the Medal Society of Ireland, August No 17, pp Crook, M J. The Evolution of the Victoria Cross. Midas Books. Doherty Richard and Truesdale, David. Irish Winners of the Victoria Cross.

Four Courts Press. Dick, David. Clerkington Publishing. Dix, Noonan, Webb. Auction Catalogue for 22 nd September Edinburgh Academy Army List Complied by A. Edinburgh Academy Chronicle. Vol I, , pp — Vol XXVI, , pp Edinburgh Academy Register. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11 th Edition. Entiknapp, John. William Cosgrove V. Faber and Faber. Gittings, Ron. From Hero to Terrorist. East Lothian Biographies. Harris, J.


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Harvey, David. Hibbert, Christopher. The Great Mutiny: India Viking Press, Herbert, C. From Aghada, Co. Cork to Grim Gallipoli. Hewett, Charles E. Notes and Queries. India Office Papers. Innes, Lieut. Simpkin Marshall. Kempton, Chris. Military Press. Kinchant, J. A Tiger Hunt. Lummis, Rev. Canon William. Victoria Cross Biography, No. Colonel Thomas Cadell, V. Magnusson, Magnus. The Clacken and the Slate, the story of Edinburgh academy — McCance, Captain S.

History of the Royal Munster Fusiliers, volume 1, from to Gale and Polden, Moloney, T. William Cosgrove VC. Journal of the Victoria Cross Society, vol 8, March , pp Macintyre, Alasdair. Nine Valiant Academicals. Edinburgh Academy. National Archives, London. Travers, Lt. Browne, Lieuts. Maclean, E. Additional records, comprising two 16 mm.

Additional records, consisting of transcripts of speeches and proceedings, funeral orations, letters received, valedictory lecture transcript, photograph and discussion papers [SL:M PRG ]. Adelaide snapshots: a series of 25 audio portraits of some of the city's statues and monuments [sound recording]. Adelaide's silent nights: a pictorial history of Adelaide's picture theatres during the silent era Against the odds: a pictorial history of years of South Australian women in sport and recreation.

Against 'the violence of silence'; investigating aboriginal self harm: a reflexive and historical analysis of social health in urban Australia. Ageing of the Australian population: changing distribution and characteristics of the aged population. An analysis of the changing distribution pattern of educational facilities in the Murray Mallee Area, [Schools].

An analysis of the presentation of American history and Australian Aborigines within the South Australian state primary schools curriculum, An economic interpretation of the changing form of apprenticeship training contracts in South Australia ; with special reference to the butchering trade. An environmental life raft for Hahndorf: a quest for dominant social forces that shaped its built form and spatial organisation since , with a view to the future. An evaluation of Universal Business Directories as a source for measuring functional change in selected South Australian country towns, to An index to parliamentary candidates in South Australian Elections, ; an occasional monograph.

An introduction to some descendants of Johann Christian Schubert of Klemzig, Prussia: an interim family tree. An introduction to some of the descendants of Johann Christian Schubert of Klemzig, Prussia: an interim family tree. An investigation of the effects of different rates and methods of promotion from infant grades on the subsequent performances of children. An investigation of the origins of Scotch College and of the factors which influenced the development of its objectives.

Ancestors in archives: a guide to family history sources in the official records of South Australia. Anglican Church in Australia. Records of St Augustine's Anglican Church, Victor Harbor, comprising marriage registers, ; baptism register, ; vestry record books, ; minutes of Annual vestry meetings, also includes accounts , and pew rents in Volume 1 and other minutes and accounts in Volume 3, minutes of Parish Council Meetings in Volumes 4 and 5 ; envelope giving accounts book, ; general appeal together with Sunday School accounts; minutes of the Women's Guild, ; also include Junior guild minutes and balance sheets ; items relating to the Church Centenary in ; inventory of furniture and equipment, ; documentation relating to a deed of gift, ; and photograph of the Rev.

Annual Speech Day [holdings from V. Armpits Soccer Club. Total length: 5 hours 10 minutes. Interviewer: Rosemary Willis. As time goes by: a window on the past: selected historical articles on early Australian general stores and manufacturers of goods. Australian Catholics and the split: a micro-study of personal experiences and reminiscences.

Australian coastal passenger ships: the details and a brief outline of the career of every steam and motor ship that carried passengers on the Australian coast. Back to school celebrating years of education in Quorn and 20 years of the Area School. Back to Semaphore Baptist Church: eightieth anniversary celebrations, ; souvenir brochure. Baptists in Pinnaroo country: a history of the Baptist denomination in the districts of Pinnaroo, Parilla and Peake, Barossa Valley Heritage Study.

Interviewers: Maggie Beer, L. Be fruitful and multiply: the family history, showing direct and collateral relationships of John Mark Davis, a fourth generation Jewish Australian. Bell, Tom. Interview with Tom Bell. Date of recordings: c Total length: 1 hour 30 minutes approx.

Black out in Alice: a history of the establishment and development of town camps in Alice Springs. Bridgewater scrapbook. Produced on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the opening of the present Main School Building at Bridgewater, September Bridging the gap: the development of middle-level training in industry in South Australia, from World War 2 until Broadbent Pioneers: a family history from Luke and Harriet Broadbent and their descendants.

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Bute Agricultural Bureau: the first hundred years; a short history and summary of extracts from minute books Call back our yesterdays: 1. A Wirrabara boyhood: 2. A salute to the pioneers. For the Wirrabara centenary, Carrieton in the Gum Creek country: a story of one hundred years of the Carrieton district, Census reports: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Centenary booklet; the Parish Church of St. Augustine of Canterbury, Unley South Australia, McGuire Maritime Library.

Changing boundaries: a history of years of Local Government in the area which in constitutes the District Council of Jamestown. Changing pastures: Arnolds in Australia ; the history and family tree of the descendants of Johann Gottfried Arnold and his wife Johanne Elisabeth Anders. Christian presence in medical care: the origins, history and future of public hospital chaplaincy in South Australia from a Methodist - Uniting Church perspective.

Survey re-issued in two subsequent sets and condensed and revised by Marsden and Sumerling for publication in ]. Cleve on the Yadnarie Plains: a story of the people of the district and their changing lifestyles during one hundred years, Colonel Light Gardens Methodist Circuit. Condensed history of the Maitland Institute Library, issued on the occasion of the Library's centenary, 19th September, Conference papers: "Future community future resources"; third biennial local government and community development conference. Continuing education at the University of Adelaide, an exhibition of documents, photographs, newspaper cuttings and publications.

Cooper Basin oral history project: summary record sound recording. Creating new traditions: The Port' past, present, future. Date of recordings: October and continuing Total length: 26 hours 30 minutes approx. Cricket memorabilia of Sir Donald Bradman, comprising cricket bats, balls, stumps, cricket apparel, writing and resording aids, ceramic and silver objects, artworks, architectural plan, mementos, scorecards, newspaper banners and posters, photographs, motion picture films and duplicate volumes of Sir Donald's scrapbooks [SL:M PRG ].

Criminological materials in the parliamentary papers of Australia and New Zealand from a finding list. Crisis, conflict and consensus: selected documents illustrating years in the making of Australia. Croser family history: the history of William and Elizabeth Croser and their seven children who emigrated to South Australia in Dairying and milk vending in Adelaide.

Date of recordings: Total length: 1 hour 10 minutes approx. Dance in South Australia: Interviews of the performing arts collection. Date of recordings: in progress Total length: 20 hours 30 minutes approximately Interviewer: Helen Pearce and Meg Denton. Additional material - comprising approximately 5 hours 25 minutes of recordings - has been added to this collection during the current month [SSL:M OH84]. Dance in South Australia: interviews of the performing arts collection.

Date of recordings: in progress Total length: 32 hours 30 minutes approx. Date of recordings: 17 May Total length: 1 hour 30 minutes. Interviewer: Beth M. Documentation: Full transcript available. Total length: 25 hours approximately. Documentation: Synopses available and some transcripts [OH31]. Total length: 18 hours approximately. Documentation: Synopses available and some transcripts [OH32].

Total length: 17 hours 40 minutes. Interviewer: Joan Durdin. Documentation: Full transcripts available. New items have been donated to this collection during the current month [OH17]. Date of recordings: in progress. Documentation: Interview logs available for all items, some transcripts also available. Date of recordings: 7 June Total length: 30 minutes. Interviewer: Mount Barker High School students. Date of recordings: August - November Total length: 17 hours 30 minutes approximately. Interviewer: Susan Marsden Project Officer and young unemployed persons. Documentation: About half of the interviews have transcripts available [OH24].

Date of recordings: August Total length: 1 hours. Interviewer: Renmark High School students. Documentation: some notes and summaries available. Total length: 3 hours approximately. Interviewer: North Adelaide Primary School students. Documentation: None currently available [OH39]. Total length: 40 minutes. Interviewer: Magill Primary School students. Documentation: Notes and questions available. Total length: 6 hours. Interviewer: Mary MacKillop College students.

Documentation: various: see item entries [OH44]. Date of recordings: July - September Total length: 2 hours 30 minutes. Interviewer: Kildare College students. Documentation: Various: See item entries. Date of recordings: July, August Total length: 35 minutes. Interviewer: Moculta Primary School students. Documentation: None currently available [OH41]. Date of recordings: June Total length: 1 hours 7 minutes.

Interviewer: Seymour College Junior School students. Documentation: A folder of students' projects based on the interviews, entitled 'The old scholars and their memories of P. Total length: 2 hours 45 minutes approximately. Interviewer: Gilles Plains High School students. Documentation: 'Family history project' material based on each interview available. Date of recordings: June, July Interviewer: Simone Tur. Documentation: Partial translations available for Antikirnya language interviews. Date of recordings: May, June Total length: 16 hours 35 minutes.

Interviewer: Denise Schumann and Rob Linn. Personal insight formative years of T. Date of recordings: July - October and continuing Total length: 34 hours 5 minutes approx. Descendants of Charles March - fifth child of Joseph and Sophia March, arrived in South Australia on 31st July with their five sons and two daughters. Development of street transport in Adelaide, ; official history of the Municipal Tramways Trust.

Development of street transport in Adelaide: official history of the Municipal Tramways Trust, Diamond jubilee Digging through time: a display illustrating the history of drainage in the South-East of South Australia. Down the drain: the story of events and personalities associated with years of drainage in the South-east of South Australia. Dreams contested: a political account of relations between South Australia's Pitjantjatjara and the government, Early minutes: a hundred years of education in Port Broughton and surrounding districts, Pp in K.

Sheridan [ed. Ecumenism by default: the contribution of the London Missionary Society to the wider church in the Pacific. Eisen; journey to freedom. Eleanore's decision - our heritage: the history and family tree of Johann Friedrich Munchenberg and Johanne Eleanore Munchenberg and their descendants ; celebrating years in Australia. Electricity supply in Pinaroo: a general history of events until the takeover by the Electricity Trust of South Australia in Ernst Wilhelm Hueppauff and 1. Albertine Dorathea Jahnke Jantke, 2.

Johanna Rosina Falkenberg nee Nitschke: a history and family tree, Family history of Johann Wilhelm Hein , his wife Johanna Dorothea Strauch and their descendants in Australia, Family history of Johann Wilhelm Wilksch and his wife Johanne Eleanore [nee Auricht] and their descendants, Family history of Johann Wilhelm Wilksch and his wife Johanne Eleanore, nee Auricht, and their descendants, a tribute to our pioneering ancestors.

Family history of Merle and Ray Tonkin. Date of recordings: January, February Total length: 4 hours 5 minutes. Family history of the great grandchildren of Leopold Herrmann: commemorating years of settlement in Australia, Family strategy, secondary schooling and making adolescents: the Indian summer of the old middle class, Far called: the Flavel and associated families in Australia Finlayson: a family history of Scottish pioneers of South Australia: William and Helen Finlayson and their known descendants.

Focus: 17 Australian women focus on the progress of women in society over the past years: Adelaide Central Gallery, October 7 - November 1, Footprints within a family a history of George and Mary Holland, Richard and Maryann Holland and their descendants. Fort Dundas Melville Island, a brief account of the early settlement of North Australia from and a programme of events during the week of celebrations, 22nd to 28th September, Four make one: the District Council of Yorketown celebrates years of Local Government, Friedrich Wurfel family history and family tree of known descendants [Doering, Fischer, Lienert, Schnoock, Stephen, Waldhuten].

From From a rush hut From a small island to the world's largest Malta to Australia Grech - Schembri family history. From a small island to the world's largest: Malta to Australia Grech - Schembri family history.


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From Colonel Light into the Footlights: the performing arts in South Australia from to the present. From Colonial Surgeon to Health Commission: the government provision of health services in South Australia, From conflict to conservation. Native vegetation management in Australia: a focus on the South Australian program and other Australian initiatives, past present and future. Seminar proceedings, Adelaide, 21 November From Cortnitz to South Australia: the Mickan story; the story of their emigration and of their growth and spread throughout Australia. From heather to wattle: the story of McCallum, D.

From lamington to laksa: interviews about food by the Migration Museum: summary record sound recording. From midgets to giants in agriculture, - a summary of minutes taken from the minute books commencing with the foundation of the Northern Yorke's Peninsula Agricultural Bureau Field Trial and Show Society in November From the lucky country to the clever country?

Further papers of Gladys Evelyn Ward, schoolteacher, comprising music student's manuscript, notes on teaching music, teacher's work programmes, exercises by pupils of Croydon Primary School, letters relating to the history of Yongala, transcript of letter by Joseph Metcalf aboard the "Ann Holzberg" and photograph [SSL:M PRG Restricted]. Further papers of Harry James Rawson comprising family photographs, qualifying certificates, testimonial letter to H.

Rawson on service, published short story, diaries and public service applications. Myers and a paper by A. Further papers of W. Pretty comprising notebooks, research notes on Goolwa, Currency Creek, the Coorong, Owen, Ridley, the Roadside Vegetation Committee, research correspondence, personal correspondence, heraldic research note, Empire Training Scheme reunion circulars, poems by W. Pretty and poems by D. Conference papers.

Citizenship, Moral Education and the English Elementary School

Gallasch of Grunthal revisited: a revision and expansion of the history and family tree of Johann Joseph Gallasch and descendants. Gawler, Colonel Light's country town: a history of Gawler and its region - the hills, the plains and the Barossa Valley. Genealogy papers of the Toler-Rowley family comprising pedigree, correspondence, portraits, Grant of Arms and miscellaneous notes.

George Cole of Chichester England, arrived in South Australia by sailing ship 'Lysander', 6th July a record of the family to the fifth generation Gladstone, a meeting of creeks - a breaking of gauges; one hundred years of development in the Gladstone district Gladstone: a meeting of creeks - a breaking of gauges; one hundred years of development of the Gladstone District Seaman O.

Gravestones and graveyards: an archaeological examination of commemoration practices in South Australia Griff: an account of the Methodist Inland Mission and particularly the service rendered by Rev. Heysen centenary retrospective Catalogue of an exhibition presented at the Gallery, October Hahndorf: past, present and future. Happy was our valley: the story of Henry and Lydia Douglas and their descendants - years in Australia.

Heidrich, J. Hewett family update: progressive record of the descendants of five of the children of Charles Thomas and Hannah Jane Hewett. Hillcrest Hospital: the first 50 years; commemorating the golden jubilee of Northfield Mental Hospital , Hillcrest Hospital from Historic Glenelg: birthplace of South Australia a history of the City of Glenelg to June , incorporating the book compiled by W.

Jeanes O. History of nursing in South Australia. History of T. Date of recordings: April, May Total length: 5 hours 50 minutes approx. History of the families of Bonython of Carclew in the Duchy of Cornwall to which is added an account of the Bonythons who settled in South Australia, the small branch at Newlyn East and St. Columb Minor, Cornwall, and those who settled in what is now Maine, U. Centenary short history, Prepared in conjunction with the centenary celebrations of the City of Woodville.

The life and times of its founder G. Manning, Maltster, farmer, winemaker and a brief history of McLaren Vale recorded from the reminiscences of early residents of the district. How it happened: told to kindergarten children in South Australia by K. How your street was named: a series of biographies of the people who gave their names to the streets of Mount Gambier, vol. I remember Mount Mary: a history of the district to commemorate the founding of the Mount Mary School one hundred years ago Images of Bradman: rare and famous photographs of a cricket legend, with special inclusions from Sir Donald Bradman's private collection.

Impacts of river regulation on the terminal lakes and mouth of the River Murray, South Australia. Predecessors C. Madley, A. In Stow's footsteps: a chronological history of the Congregational churches in South Australia, In this place Inglis family history: the history of the three sons of Samuel and Elizabeth Inglis who emigrated to South Australia , , Integration in a multicultural society: a case study of first and second generation Italians in Adelaide, South Australia.

Internal migration and urbanization in South Australia [in 'Urbanization in Australia: the post-war experience' ed. Burnley, Cambridge University Press, ]. Interview with Alf Dowe. Date of recordings: 21 June Total length: 50 minutes. Interview with 'Cindy-Lou Lee' [Nurse, abortionist, prisoner, b. Total length: 2 hours.