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Correspondence received

  • AU AU-MTC 033/3
  • Series
  • 1824-1851

Letters mostly from his father-in-law Rev. John Francis, Rector of St Mildred's Canterbury, relating to religious matters

Broughton, William Grant

Papers relating to the case against Rev. J. Duffus

  • AU AU-MTC 033/6
  • Series
  • 1838-1847

In 1846 George James Armytage stated that he saw Rev. J. Duffus drinking and smoking in the tap room of a public bar. Broughton appointed a commission to investigate whether the charges made were legitimate and worth further investigation. After hearing from numerous witnesses who testified to Rev. Duffus' good character, the commission concluded that there was insufficient evidence to carry the investigation any further. In 1847 charges relating to Duffus' moral character were brought against him by the church wardens as a result of documents they had received from Mrs. Forbes and her daughter Mrs. C.A. Bull. Broughton again appointed a commission to investigate the validity of the charges.
The commission concluded that the charges were legitimate and should be investigated further. Broughton therefore held an ecclesiastical court hearing in which he heard the witnesses, and passed sentence

Broughton, William Grant

Papers of Captain Henry Waterhouse

  • AU AU-MTC 084/1
  • Collection
  • 1793-1813

Manuscript Letter from Henry Waterhouse [England] to [Thomas Moore], 20 October 1804
Capt Henry Waterhouse to Mr. Thomas Moore, Builder, New South Wales, favored by Mr. Blaxland, 18 September 1806
Capt Henry Waterhouse to Thomas Moore, 24 April 1812
Instrument signed by Henry Waterhouse appointing Thomas Moore as *'my true and Lawful Attorney to act for me in all cases the same as if I myself was present", dated 23 April 1812
William Waterhouse, 6 Smith Square, Westminster, to Thomas Moore, 21 September, 1812, re death of his son Captain Henry Waterhouse
Copy of Henry Waterhouse's Will, dated 22 May, 1793, with annexed instrument [Grant of Administration] and Seal of the Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury, appointing William Waterhouse as Executor, 14 August 1812
Indenture made in Sydney on 17th August 1797, between Philip Schaffer of Parramatta and Henry Waterhouse of Sydney for the sale of The Vineyard. Parramatta, "laying on the North side of the Creek leading to Parramatta" containing by estimation 140 acres of land, granted to Philip Schaffer by Crown Grant dated 5th April 1787
Copy of Land Grant, John Hunter to Captain Henry Waterhouse, for 4Vi acres in the District of Parramatta
Copy of Letter from Samuel Marsden and Rowland Hassall to Moore, with assessment of value of Waterhouse's farm at Parramatta
Documents relating to sale of cattle belonging to Waterhouse, and drafts sending proceeds to London
Land Grant, and appended wafer seal, Governor John Hunter to James Redman, District of Banks Town, 60 acres of land called Redman Farm dated 12 March 1800, with further notation on reverse of deed recording conveyance of same land by subsequent sale for £50 Sterling by Mary Marlborough to Thomas Moore, dated 6 December 1809
Payment Order dated 3rd May, 1813 & signed by John Berick, Paymaster 1 Batt. 73rd Regiment of Foot, drawn on the 1st Battalion, 73d Regiment of Foot, in Sydney, NSW, for pay owing to H.McArthur for £160 included in Paymaster's Monthly Estimate for services specified in the Order to the 24th April, 1813
Payment Order dated 3rd May, 1813, & signed by John Berick, Paymaster 1 Batt. 73rd Regiment of Foot, drawn on the 1st Battalion, 73d Regiment of Foot, in Sydney, NSW, for pay owing to Captain William Waterhouse for £165: 13: 6 included in Paymaster's Monthly Estimate for services specified in the Order to the 24th April, 1813

Waterhouse, Henry

Correspondence

  • AU AU-MTC 306-1
  • Item
  • 1930

1 letter, 1 envelope containing rosemary from the Garden of Gethsemane.

Halse, Reginald

Les and Martha Nixon Collection

  • 303
  • Collection
  • 1920s-2010s

Photographs (prints, slides and negatives), audio and video recordings produced by Les and Martha Nixon during their involvement with Open Air Campaigners and Outback Patrol from the 1950s to the 2010s.

Nixon, Martha Chastain

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