The Resource [Submissions to Lord Glenelg and Lord John Russell concerning the Mission to the Aborigines of New Holland, dated 17 December 1835, 31 October 1838 and 14 February 1840, together with Despatch No. 132 of 25 August 1840 from Lord John Russell furnishing positive instructions in relation to treatment of the Aborigines]

[Submissions to Lord Glenelg and Lord John Russell concerning the Mission to the Aborigines of New Holland, dated 17 December 1835, 31 October 1838 and 14 February 1840, together with Despatch No. 132 of 25 August 1840 from Lord John Russell furnishing positive instructions in relation to treatment of the Aborigines]

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[Submissions to Lord Glenelg and Lord John Russell concerning the Mission to the Aborigines of New Holland, dated 17 December 1835, 31 October 1838 and 14 February 1840, together with Despatch No. 132 of 25 August 1840 from Lord John Russell furnishing positive instructions in relation to treatment of the Aborigines]
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[Submissions to Lord Glenelg and Lord John Russell concerning the Mission to the Aborigines of New Holland, dated 17 December 1835, 31 October 1838 and 14 February 1840, together with Despatch No. 132 of 25 August 1840 from Lord John Russell furnishing positive instructions in relation to treatment of the Aborigines]
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[1] Submission from [Revd] D. Coates, secretary of the Church Missionary Society: to Lord Glenelg (1835)- report on the progress of the Wellington Valley Mission - gardening, reading lessons, attempts at communication - translation of biblical texts, moral propensity of Aboriginal society and the effects of colonisation, requests for financial support and land grant; [2] submission from D. Coates to Lord Glenlg (1838) - further requests for government to honour its commitment to support the mission, quotes from the 1837 report, education, moral problems presented by Aboriginal women and European settlers, progress of translation, activities on the mission - description of crops, housing, reasons for the impoverishment of Aborigines by colonisation, criticism of colonial policy, protest at the establishment of a police station and post office on the mission, [3] submission to Lord John Russell [Colonial Secretary] (1840) request for additional support for the Wellington Valley Mission (see Historical Records of Australia series 1 vol.20:735); [4] Copy of Despatch no. 132 from Russell to Sir George Gipps (1840) outlining welfare measures for Aborigines
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[Submissions to Lord Glenelg and Lord John Russell concerning the Mission to the Aborigines of New Holland, dated 17 December 1835, 31 October 1838 and 14 February 1840, together with Despatch No. 132 of 25 August 1840 from Lord John Russell furnishing positive instructions in relation to treatment of the Aborigines]
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  • Holograph
  • From donation by Mr Lew Griffiths
Contents
Consists of 3 separate submissions and 1 despatch: 17 December 1835 [18 p.] ; 31 October 1838 [30 p.] ; 14 February 1840 [11 p.] ; 25 August 1840 [12 p.]
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[75] p. in 4 parts
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Not for Inter-library loan
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[Submissions to Lord Glenelg and Lord John Russell concerning the Mission to the Aborigines of New Holland, dated 17 December 1835, 31 October 1838 and 14 February 1840, together with Despatch No. 132 of 25 August 1840 from Lord John Russell furnishing positive instructions in relation to treatment of the Aborigines]
Publication
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  • Holograph
  • From donation by Mr Lew Griffiths
Contents
Consists of 3 separate submissions and 1 despatch: 17 December 1835 [18 p.] ; 31 October 1838 [30 p.] ; 14 February 1840 [11 p.] ; 25 August 1840 [12 p.]
Extent
[75] p. in 4 parts
Governing access note
Not for Inter-library loan

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