Clyde Company Papers in seven volumes edited by P. L. Brown

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Title: Clyde Company Papers.

Publisher: Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1952-1971.

Binding: Hardcover

Vols. I-VII Complete; Sup.; Thick Royal Octavo; Vol.I, pp. xx, 240 (reprinted 1956); Vol.II, pp. xxii, 482 (first edition 1952); Vol.III, pp. xxvii, 669 (First edition 1958); Vol. IV, pp. xviii, 620 (first edition 1959); Vol. V, pp, xviii, 644 (first edition 1963); Vol. VI, pp. xxiv, 662 (first edition 1968); Vol. VII, pp. xxix, 567 (first edition 1971); endpaper maps to Vols. III, V, VI, VII, frontispiece plates to all vols. Vols. I & VII, coloured frontispiece, 11 coloured and 101 b/w. plates, (including 1 foldout map, 11 double-page maps, 7 endpaper maps, 1 double-page plate & 1 full-page map), appendices. Original cloth in dustwrappers ( a few chips and a touch of foxing ), all volumes covered in plastic, an excellent set. First editions except for volume I which was reprinted in 1956. Name inscribed in each volume.

Early Victorian history through contemporary records. Some fascinating insights through the company papers.  History of the pastoral Clyde Company, Port Phillip, Victoria from its establishment to dissolution fifteen years after cessation of business. The Russell family were closely involved in the company. Contents are mainly a collection of papers preserved by George Russell, upon whom devolved almost entirely the active management of the company.

The Clyde company was formed in 1836, in the Port Phillip district of New South Wales by seven Scots. The material is primarily the company papers, supplemented by family papers and government records. The company was dissolved in 1857/58. There are references to contacts with Aborigines, hostilities, conciliation, employment in pastoral industry, sheep farming.

Contents: v. 1 Prologue, 1821-35
v. 2. 1936-40
v. 3. 1841-45
v. 4. 1846-50
v. 5. 1851-53
v. 6. 1854-58
v. 7. 1859-73

 

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Secondhand books

Title: Clyde Company Papers.

Publisher: Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1952-1971.

Binding: Hardcover

Vols. I-VII Complete; Sup.; Thick Royal Octavo; Vol.I, pp. xx, 240 (reprinted 1956); Vol.II, pp. xxii, 482 (first edition 1952); Vol.III, pp. xxvii, 669 (First edition 1958); Vol. IV, pp. xviii, 620 (first edition 1959); Vol. V, pp, xviii, 644 (first edition 1963); Vol. VI, pp. xxiv, 662 (first edition 1968); Vol. VII, pp. xxix, 567 (first edition 1971); endpaper maps to Vols. III, V, VI, VII, frontispiece plates to all vols. Vols. I & VII, coloured frontispiece, 11 coloured and 101 b/w. plates, (including 1 foldout map, 11 double-page maps, 7 endpaper maps, 1 double-page plate & 1 full-page map), appendices. Original cloth in dustwrappers ( a few chips and a touch of foxing ), all volumes covered in plastic, an excellent set. First editions except for volume I which was reprinted in 1956. Name inscribed in each volume.

Early Victorian history through contemporary records. Some fascinating insights through the company papers.  History of the pastoral Clyde Company, Port Phillip, Victoria from its establishment to dissolution fifteen years after cessation of business. The Russell family were closely involved in the company. Contents are mainly a collection of papers preserved by George Russell, upon whom devolved almost entirely the active management of the company.

The Clyde company was formed in 1836, in the Port Phillip district of New South Wales by seven Scots. The material is primarily the company papers, supplemented by family papers and government records. The company was dissolved in 1857/58. There are references to contacts with Aborigines, hostilities, conciliation, employment in pastoral industry, sheep farming.

Contents: v. 1 Prologue, 1821-35
v. 2. 1936-40
v. 3. 1841-45
v. 4. 1846-50
v. 5. 1851-53
v. 6. 1854-58
v. 7. 1859-73

 

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