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Journal and letter 1791-1796 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1303891
Format ManuscriptManuscript, OnlineOnline
Author
King, Philip Gidley, 1758-1808
 
Online Versions
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1791-1796 
2 cm. (1 v.) 
Summary

1. Journal of Philip Gidley King while Lieutenant-Governor of Norfolk Is, November 1791-Oct. 1796. Marginal notes and additions in King's handwriting. 2. Letter to Mrs Gov. King concerning the promotion of Lieutenant King to Commanders' rank, dated July 17th 1821.

Biography/History

1788 King appointed Superintendent and Commandant of the settlement to be established at Norfolk Island. 1791 appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Norfolk Is.

Notes

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-26005434

Reproduction Photocopy available. 
Subjects King, Philip Gidley, - 1758-1808 - Diaries.  |  King, Anna Josepha, - 1765-1844 - Correspondence.  |  Lieutenant governors - Norfolk Island - Diaries.  |  Norfolk Island - Politics and government.
Time Coverage 1791-1796 
Occupation Lieutenant governors.
Other authors/contributors King, Anna Josepha, 1765-1844

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