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Book - John Dunmore Lang, The Australian Emigrant's Manual, 1852 Reg. No: SH 980304
- John Dunmore Lang, D.D., The Australian Emigrant's Manual; or a Guide to the Gold Colonies of New South Wales and Port Phillip. Published by Patridge and Oakley, Paternoster Road, London, 1852.
Born and educated in Scotland, Lang was the first Presbyterian minister in Sydney in 1823, and soon became a tireless advocate for immigration and education. He organised the migration of Scottish tradesmen and their families to Sydney in 1830, and promoted several other immigration schemes. In 1843 he was elected to represent the Port Phillip District in the Legislative Council in Sydney, and became an early advocate of separation of the Port Phillip colony from New South Wales. In 1846 he sailed to Britain to promote migration to Australia, through pamphlets, lectures, journalism and books. This book is one of several written by Lang promoting migration to Australia.
- xvi + 93 pp. Bound in maroon/brown cloth cover.
|Dimensions:||17.50 cm (Height), 1.00 cm (Width), 11.50 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||gold rushes, immigration|
|Themes this item is part of:||Cultural Diversity Collection, Migration Collection|
|Inscriptions:||Front cover: LANG'S EMIGRANT'S/MANUAL.
Title Page: The Australian Emigrant's Manual; or a Guide to the Gold Colonies of New South Wales and Port Phillip, by John Dunmore Lang, D.D.
|Author:||John Lang, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1852|
|Publisher:||Partridge & Oakley, London, England, Great Britain, 1852|