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Moreton Bay and Port Bowen, 1833

  • F13
  • Item
  • 1833

Letter from 'An Old Indian Officer', written 25 Jan 1833, commenting on an article that appeared in the Dec 1832 'Asiatic Journal' ('The Asiatic journal and monthly register for British and foreign India, China and Australasia') opposing the penal settlement at Moreton Bay. The writer is in favour of the settlement for the assistance it may afford shipwrecked mariners.
Transcribed from 'Asiatic Journal' 1833, p. 244.

Minute book of Fitzroy Branch, 1930-1938

  • F14
  • Item
  • 1930-1938.

Minute book of fortnightly meetings of the Australian Labor Party (Qld. Branch), Fitzroy Branch, 16 Oct 1930-11 Aug 1938.

Australian Labor Party, Queensland Branch

Letter to Olive White, 1973

  • F64
  • Item
  • 1973

Letter 23 Sept. 1973 to Olive White thanking her for her part in having his Jubilee lecture for the English Association of Queensland ('English and the nations') printed.

Bingham, Colin, 1898-1986

The Mount Blaxland landmark, 1969

  • F81
  • Item
  • 1969

Account of the construction of the Mount Blaxland landmark in 1968 to commemorate the first crossing of the Blue Mountains in 1813 by Gregory Blaxland, William Charles Wentworth, and William Lawson.

Blaxland, K. H. (Keith Hargrave)

Letter to the Home Secretary, 1930

  • F94
  • Item
  • 1930

Letter from W. Ryan, Commissioner of Police, to Hon. the Home Secretary, Brisbane re: promotion of Senior Sergeant A.A. Bock in the police force, allegations by W.J. Gall of unfair discrimination, 7 May 1930. Also copies of 2 letters concerning Bock's war service record.

Ryan, W.

Bring it to Jesus, [18--]

  • F99
  • Item
  • [18--]

Copy of a hymn in the possession of Mrs. J. Swain of Ipswich; claimed to be written by a member of the family of General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, from whom the owners are descended.

Booth, Herbert H.

Poems, 1899-1920

  • F107
  • Item
  • 1899-1920.

Poems composed by Brennan between 1899 and 1920, with extracts from A.G. Stephens's 'Chris Brennan'.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

Letter to the Senate, University of Queensland, 1911

  • F109
  • Item
  • 1911

Letter 16 Dec 1911 to the Senate, University of Queensland, explaining his reasons for refusing by telegram the offer of a lectureship in Modern Literature.
Attached: copies of extracts from Brennan's previous application for the Chair of Classics, with testamonials from referees.
Also notice of motion of Senate meeting to consider the lectureship appointment.
Includes correspondence between Cecil Hadgraft and Zelman Cowen re the documents, reviews of French poetry by Christopher Brennan, and a copy of an unpublished poem by Christopher Brennan.

Brennan, Christopher John, 1870-1932

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