3 edition of The amazing career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, with extracts from A letter from Sydney (1829). found in the catalog.
The amazing career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, with extracts from A letter from Sydney (1829).
Angus John Harrop
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The amazing career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, with extracts from "A letter from Sydney" (). Edward Gibbon Wakefield, (born MaLondon, Eng.—diedWellington, N.Z.), British colonizer of South Australia and New Zealand and inspirer of the Durham Report () on Canadian colonial policy.
In Wakefield became secretary to the British minister at Turin, Italy, and in he married. His wife died inand inwhile on the staff of the British. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The amazing career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, with extracts from "A letter from Sydney" () / by A.J.
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Harrop, Angus J. Title: A Letter From Sydney, The Principal Town Of Australasia. Author: [Edward Gibbon Wakefield] Edited by Robert Gouger. * A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook * eBook No.: Language: English Date first posted: December Date.
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Edward Gibbon Wakefield (), author and colonial promoter, was born on 20 March in London, the second of nine children of Edward Wakefield and Susanna, née Crash. Like his younger brothers, Daniel, Arthur and William, he later went to New Zealand, but the with extracts from A letter from Sydney book, Felix, was the only member of the family to go to Australia.
Edward Gibbon Wakefield (20 March – 16 May ) is considered a key figure in the early colonisation of South Australia and New Zealand. Despite being imprisoned for three years in for kidnapping a fifteen-year-old girl, he enjoyed a distinguished political : 20 MarchLondon, Great Britain.
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20 March in London, England, eldest son of Edward Wakefield, statistician, and Susanna Crash; d. 16 May in Wellington, New Zealand. Edward Gibbon Wakefield’s father, a man of radical and humanitarian views, was the author of a respected work on Ireland and a close friend of the noted Benthamites, James Mill and Francis Place.
Edward The amazing career of Edward Gibbon Wakefield was the oldest son and second of nine children. After the death of Susanna Wakefield, Edward Gibbon's father, inmarried Frances Davies, daughter of the Reverend Dr Davies, headmaster of Macclesfield Grammar School.
The driving force in Edward Gibbon Wakefield's life was his appetite for power and en: Jerningham Wakefield. Edward Gibbon Wakefield () is generally credited with first developing the concept of ‘systematic colonisation’ that underpinned the development of South Australia.
Wakefield was the second of nine children born to Edward and Susanna Wakefield. A Letter from Sydney: The Principal Town of Australasia Item Preview Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Robert Gouger. Publication date Topics Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Notes. (–). Theorist on colonisation and a principal founder of New Zealand. A new biography of Wakefield, Edward Gibbon appears in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography on this site.
Edward Gibbon Wakefield was born in London on 20 Marchthe eldest son of Edward Wakefield, a London land agent and surveyor, and his wife Susanna, née Crash, an Essex farmer's daughter. New Zealand Company founder and director, Edward Gibbon Wakefield believed a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalists and labour.
In reality, the thousands of fertile acres required were not available in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Edward Gibbon has books on Goodreads with ratings. Edward Gibbon’s most popular book is The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A clever theorist of mercurial character, Edward Gibbon Wakefield () masterminded the large-scale British settlement of New Zealand.
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Daniel Wakefield [q. v.] was his uncle, and Priscilla Wakefield [q. v.] his grandmother. He was named after his great-grandmother. -- Edward Gibbon, Memoirs of My Life After Brexit and my country's own recent crazy election, I was tempted to once again read Gibbon's The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
I first read all 3, pages of Gibbon's fantastic history over five years ago in /5. Edward Gibbon Wakefield was born into a family of English Quaker reformers. Following his elopement with a young heiress who soon died, he was convicted of abducting another and, insentenced to three years in London’s Newgate Prison.
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Original maroon cloth with gilt titling on spine and upper board. Fine in like pictorial slipcase. *No. 24 in the Art of the World series. 1st U.K. Edition. Hard Cover. Wakefield, Edward Gibbon, the well-known promoter of colonisation and founder of the colonies of South Australia and New Zealand, was the eldest son of Edward Wakefield, of Burnham Hall, Essex, and was born inbeing educated for the Bar.
In he became notorious by his abduction of a young heiress named Ellen Turner, whose father was. Wakefield, Edward Gibbon WORKS BY WAKEFIELD.
SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLIOGRAPHY. Edward Gibbon Wakefield (), an expert on colonization, was born in London. He attended Westminster School between and and a secondary school in Edinburgh from toexhibiting in both institutions “signs of an intractable disposition” (Carlyle ).
When he failed in a brief try at. Letters To Edward Gibbon, Esq. Author Of The History Of The Decline, And Fall, Of The Roman Empire.
Rivington, - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Edward Gibbon Wakefield (20 March – 16 May ) was a British politician, the driving force behind much of the early colonisation of South Australia, and later New Zealand.
Wakefield, who in married Eliza Pattle (–), was the eldest son of Edward Wakefield (–) and Susanna Crash (–). He is mentioned and criticised in Chapter 33 of Karl Marx's Das. Edward Gibbon Wakefield: administration of his estate, 4. Edward Gibbon Wakefield: title to parcels of land, 5 Apr JulLot & Wellington.
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Abstract. Wakefield was born in London on 20 Marchthe eldest son of Edward Wakefield, a radical Quaker philanthropist, statistician, and author of a standard work on Ireland which was highly regarded by Ricardo, James Mill and other members of the philosophic radical circle.
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Colchester: printed by Stewart and Murray, February, Octavo, 98pp., without title page as issued, drop title 'Draft Proof. Nayland, February ' to first leaf; with the signature of magistrate John Walpole Willis and numerous manuscript notes throughout, a little browning yet very good in modern half green morocco.
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Captain Baudin with the French expedition visited this port inand again in ; the following are extracts from a work entitled A Letter from Sydney, the principal town of Australasia, edited by Robert Gonger.