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governor"s lady, Mrs. Philip Gidley King

Marnie (Masson) Bassett

governor"s lady, Mrs. Philip Gidley King

an Australian historical narrative

by Marnie (Masson) Bassett

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Published by Oxford University Press in London, New York [etc.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New South Wales,
  • Norfolk Island.
    • Subjects:
    • King, Anna Josepha Coombe, 1767-1844.,
    • King, Philip Gidley, 1758-1808.,
    • New South Wales -- History.,
    • Norfolk Island.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 121-122.

      Statementby Marnie Bassett.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU172.K5 B3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 131, [1] p.
      Number of Pages131
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL181580M
      LC Control Numbera 40003166
      OCLC/WorldCa12328287

      Philip Parker King was born in at Notfolk Island, Colony of New South Wales. He was the eldest son of Philip King and Anna Coombe. He joined the British Navy and was the first Australian to become an admiral. In King was given command of an expedition to complete the exploration of the north-western coast of : Harriet (Lethbridge) King. Philip Gidley King‘s daughter, Maria, is thought to have met Hannibal Macarthur, nephew of the pastoralist John Macarthur (of Rum Rebellion fame), at the Assembly Rooms in Bath. Maria and Hannibal were married in before returning to the colony – taking the latest dances with them. James Campbell (d. ?) James Campbell embarked as Captain of Marines with the First Fleet on board the Lady Penryhn and served in New South Wales until December He took a great interest in the flora and fauna, sending natural history specimens including a kangaroo skin, and drawings by Captain John Hunter, back to his patron and Royal Navy Captain, Lord Ducie.


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The governor's lady: Mrs. Philip Gidley King: an Australian historical narrative. [Marnie Bassett]. Captain Philip Gidley King (23 April – 3 September ) was the third Governor of New South Wales, and governors lady much to organise the young colony in the face of great obstacles.

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The governor's lady, Mrs. Philip Gidley King: an Australian historical narrative / by Marnie Bassett Melbourne University Press Parkville, Vic Australian/Harvard Citation. Bassett, Marnie.The governor's lady, Mrs. Philip Gidley King: an Australian historical narrative / by Marnie Bassett Melbourne University Press Parkville, Vic.

The Governor's Lady by Marnie Bassett,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). In 74 libraries. Biography of the first woman to go to Australia as a governor's wife. King, Anna Josepha, ; King, Philip Gidley, ; Governors' spouses - New South Wales.

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Miniature of Mrs Philip Gidley King Anna Josepha King (–) [1] was the wife of Philip Gidley King, the Governor of New South Wales from to [2] She was the first person to act as Spouse of the Governor of New South Wales, a territory that was then part of the British Empire and now forms a state of Australia.

Philip Gidley King: Wikipedia free encyclopedia on- line The Children of Governor King Contributed by Myrna Lethbridge and is an Appendix to The Governor’s Lady Mrs Philip Gidley King by Marnie Bassett (Melb ). Other articles where Philip Gidley King is discussed: King Island: was named in for Philip Gidley King, third governor of New South Wales.

Scarcely settled beforeit now makes up a local government area. Mixed livestock farming (dairy and beef cattle) and crop growing are pursued on a broad central and narrower northern belt.

Philip Gidley King (), governor, was born at Launceston, Cornwall, England, on 23 April an argument between some soldiers and Mrs King's servants, and a drunken soldier's insolence to King himself. King, supported by most of the corps' officers, sent twenty mutineers to Sydney for trial by court martial, but Grose, probably.

Captain Philip Gidley King RN (23 Iepril – 3 Septemba ) wos t' third Gavna a' Nyuu Sauth Wiels. Philip Gidley King (Ap – September 3, ) was a sailor in the British Royal Navy who became the third Governor of New South Wales.

Early life. King was born in Launceston, Cornwall. His father was a draper, selling cloth and fabrics. Born: 23 AprilLaunceston, Cornwall, England. Philip Gidley King (), pastoralist, was born on 31 October at Parramatta, eldest son of Captain Phillip Parker King and his wife Harriet, née Lethbridge.

At 5 he went with his father to England and in he was at school at Bexley Place near Deptford. Obliged To Submit: wives and mistresses of colonial governors. Hobart: Montpelier Press, BASSETT, Marnie. The Governor's Lady: Mrs. Philip Gidley King: an Australian historical narrative.

London: Oxford University Press, [2nd ed]. BASSETT, Marnie. Realms and Islands: the world voyage of Rose de Freycinet in the Corvette 'Uranie' 2. Governor Phillip Gidley KING [] (Phillip 1) was born on 23 Apr in Launceston Cornwall England and died in Sep in England at age General Notes: Entire PICMAN database King, Philip Gidley, Record 2 of Title: King family - papers of Philip Gidley King,   Work about King " King, Philip Gidley," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.

Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the. On the grounds of ill-health, King returned to England in He came back in as governor of New South Wales, succeeding John Hunter.

William Bligh took over in August and the Kings sailed for England in Philip Gidley died in London on 3 September No signed drawings are known but it seems certain that King sketched. View the profiles of people named Phil Gidley. Join Facebook to connect with Phil Gidley and others you may know.

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Facebook gives people the. Philip King, by Falk Studios, State Library of New South Wales, P1 / Mr. Philip Gidley King, M.L.C., grandson of Philip Gidley King, the third Governor of New South Wales, died at an early hour on Friday, at his residence, "Banksia," Double Bay, in the 83rd year of his age.

King was a son of the late Rear-Admiral King. King, Philip Gidley full record» Naval officer, able administrator and lieutenant-governor of Norfolk Island who was Governor of the colony of. The governor's lady: Mrs. Philip Gidley King: an Australian historical narrative by Marnie Bassett The governors of New South Wales by David Clune Grafton: First City on the North Coast by Nola Mackey.

The governor's lady: Mrs. Philip Gidley King: an Australian historical narrative [] Bassett, Marnie, 2nd ed. - London ; New York: Oxford University Press,   Crittenden, Victor, King of Norfolk Island: The Story of Philip Gidley King as Commandant and Lieutenant-Governor of Norfolk Island, (Mulini Press), For King’s appointment and instructions see, HRNSW, Vol.

1, (2), pp. The first Britons to discover Port Phillip were the crew of the Lady Nelson, commanded by John Murray, which entered the bay on 15 February Murray called the body of water Port King after the Governor of New South Wales, Philip Gidley King.

On 4 SeptemberKing formally renamed the bay Port Phillip, in honour of his predecessor. Governor Philip Gidley King b. 23 April Artist (Draughtsman) King sailed with the First Fleet to Botany Bay in He established the settlement in Norfolk Island and later became governor of New South Wales.

Sketches attributed to King are held in public and private collections. The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth King, wife of the Hon. Philip Gidley King, M.L.C., of Banksia, Double Bay, took place yesterday, and was attended by a large number of relatives and immediate personal friends of the family.

Banks was born in Argyll Street, Soho, the son of William Banks, a rich Lincolnshire country squire and member of the House of Commons, and his wife Sarah, daughter of William was baptized at St James's Church, Piccadilly, on 20 FebruaryOld Style.

He had a younger sister, Sarah Sophia Banks, born in [citation needed]Education. Banks was educated at Fields: Botany. The Governor’s Lady. Mrs Gidley King. By Marnie Bassett. Richard Johnson. Chaplain to the Colony of. NSW. By Neil Macintosh. The Bishop of Botany Bay Rev.

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1, p6] (from Philip Gidley King - Private journal, in two volumes, King, Philip Gidley King formed a relationship with the female convict Ann Inet. Their first son, born on 8 Januarywas named Norfolk.

(He went on to become the first Australian-born officer in the Royal Navy and the captain of the schooner Ballahoo.). Another son was born in. Captain Philip Gidley KING (Military Governor, 26/9//8/) and the Aborigines "The real Proprietors of the soil" For Peron had derived his ideas on the nature of man from the enlightenment rather than from the Book of Genesis.

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Thomas and Betty evidently showed their gratitude with a continued dedication to their work that was both noted and valued highly, for even when King’s governorship came to a close the couple were ‘successively patronised by the different Governors.’ A year after Philip Gidley King passed away, a in England inyear-old.

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He had recently returned from Norfolk Island where he had been in charge of establishing a penal settlement for two years under the direction of Captain Arthur : Philip Gidley King.Philip Gidley King correspondence with Judge Advocate reports of appeals, etc.

A [Page 1] N.S.W. – Governor Letter Book, 4 Legal Correspondence with Judge Advocate, Reports of Appeals, etc [Page 2] George the Third by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith & c – To all to.