|Series||British parliamentary papers, crime and punishment, transportation -- 9., 1849 (217) -- vol. 43., 1849  -- vol. 43., 1849  -- vol. 43., IUP library of fundamental source books|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 282, viii, 262 p., 2 folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||282|
CONVICT DISCIPLINE AND TRANSPORTATION British Parliamentary Papers Vol.9, Enclosure 2 in No Return of Persons who have been Convicts and who have become Free by Pardon or Servitude, who were treated as Free Paupers chargeable to the Colonial. Correspondence on the subject of convict discipline and transportation. [electronic resource] Proquest LLC Cambridge [Eng.] Australian/Harvard Citation. Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. , Convict discipline and transportation. Correspondence on . A rich and diverse source of primary information on convict management, especially relating to alleged abuses on Norfolk Island under Commandant John Price. Following the collapse of the enlightened administration of Alexander Maconochie the island returned to old disciplinary practices, and by the late s disturbing reports were circulating. Transportation lists are useful for identifying the name of the hulk the convict was on before being transferred. The initial letter of the hulk is listed beside the convict's name. Author: Is Info.
Johannes Sarkies Sailed on Arrived 4th November, at Van Diemen's Land Average sentence: 7 Years | Life sentences: 0 | Passengers: 3. Books and prints relating to early Tasmanian history, including much fascinating material on convict discipline and reform, the administration of George Arthur, and the end of the transportation era. Emigration guides and the Hobart Town Almanacs provide insights into the day-to-day affairs of free settlers, while scenic views and prints depict the growth of townships from the wilderness. Colonial Office: Australian colonies: convict discipline and transportation: further correspondence on the subject of convict discipline and transportation: (in continuation of papers presented 2 June ) / (London: G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Prison discipline [4/] Papers relating to Government House, Parramatta — leasing of the Domain, description of site by Surveyor General, inventories of furniture and report from the Select Committee on Government House, [2/] , , NSW Civil Establishment. Returns of the Executive Council [4/]
Correspondence and papers, include reports of incidents on convict ships, and lists of deceased convicts in New South Wales (, , ). The . Examines the probation system of convict discipline developed from the ideas of British penal reformers. Also studied is C J La Trobe's report on its operation, published here in its entirety for the first time, and a private report on the probation station at Darlington, Maria Island. The book is . Full text of "Papers Relating To The Punjab " See other formats. Guide Sailed on Arrived 9th January, at Western Australia Average sentence: 8 Years | Life sentences: 1 | Passengers: 6 ; Stag.