The Resource Journal, 1832-1839, and Journal, 1840-1841, Joseph Orton, (microform)

Journal, 1832-1839, and Journal, 1840-1841, Joseph Orton, (microform)

Label
Journal, 1832-1839, and Journal, 1840-1841
Title
Journal, 1832-1839, and Journal, 1840-1841
Statement of responsibility
Joseph Orton
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Vol. 1. p.12; Meeting with natives on visit to Bathurst, 1832; p.166-8; Account of white man, Buckley living with natives and adopting their customs and mode of living; p.169-70; Meeting with natives, Port Phillip; p.171-2; Duty of whites to provide for temporal and spiritual welfare of natives; p.70, 253; Natives cannibalism of their own children, Port Phillip 1836, 1839; p.230-3; Description of corroboree, Port Phillip; friendship of missionaries; migratory habits; question of land and welfare; p.253-4; Natives fondness for dogs; p.253; Illicit connection with whites and killing of white children born to Aborigines; p.171, 244, 247, 248-9; Attendance at church services and religious instruction; p.256; Koligiate or Kolack tribe, Port Phillip, starving; p.259; Native doctors and superstitions, Port Phillip; p.263; Native house; p.242, 245, 259-60, 264, 271-3, 309-310, 2767; Conduct of settlers in Port Phillip District towards the Aborigines; p.266; Native superstition re shooting meteor; p.267-8; Contact with native near Geelong; p.252; Native mode of bethrothal; p.254; Natives excellent astronomers; p.311; Trial of natives charged with stealing, Sydney; p.172, 175, 177, 200, 204-6, 208, 210, 223, 225, 234, 236, 237, 244-5, 247-9, 251, 278-87; Establishment of Wesleyan mission to Aborigines at Port Phillip -- v. 2. p.111; Atrocities of Aborigines; cruelty to Aborigines - 7 being taken to be tried by the Supreme Court fastened together with a huge bullock chain; p.118; Aboriginal station of Buntindale burnt; p.119; Governments plan to settle Aborigines on farming reserves; p.120; Natives wantonly and unjustly charged of rushing flocks; p.120-127; Visit to the Aboriginal Mission Station of Buntingdale; description of the Aborigines; report on the Mission; p.125f, p.128f; Murder of one Aborigine by another at Buntingdale; Aboriginal evidence not accepted in court; District Protector unfairly investigated the crime; p.129; Missionary meeting - call to missionaries to save the Aborigines from impending ruin and their precious souls from eternal misery; p.116f, 12th October, 1840; Aborigines near Melbourne attacked by police and soldiers and driven to a public pound; others released; p.131-140; 10 of these natives were committed to trial at the Quarter Sessions; according to Orton the trial was a farce - 9 found guilty and sentenced to 10 years p.133; Reference to Winberry or Wimberri; p.149; Escape of some of the 9; p.140-149; Depositions relating to several collisions between the settlers and the Aborigines near Melbourne p.152; Aborigines in Melbourne; witnessed a corroboree; p.154; Reference to Aboriginal named Karn Karn; p.160f; Native funeral
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Location of originals duplicates
Mitchell Library
Label
Journal, 1832-1839, and Journal, 1840-1841, Joseph Orton, (microform)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Roll no. CY 1119
  • Silver halide positive
Control code
M0057657
Dimensions
35 mm.
Extent
1 microfilm reel
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Label
Journal, 1832-1839, and Journal, 1840-1841, Joseph Orton, (microform)
Publication
Note
  • Roll no. CY 1119
  • Silver halide positive
Control code
M0057657
Dimensions
35 mm.
Extent
1 microfilm reel
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan

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