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John Grant - Papers [M462], 1769-1810

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John Grant - Papers [M462], 1769-1810

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MAV/FM4/1141 , Status: unavailable

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YEGm4Drn

John Grant - Papers [M462], 1769-1810

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John Grant - Papers [M462], 1769-1810

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John Grant - Papers [M462], 1769-1810

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Canberra : Australian Joint Copying Project, [19--]

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MAV/FM4/1141 , Status: unavailable

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YEGm4Drn
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microfilm reel 35 mm

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1) Documents 1769-1803, including financial statements and indenture of apprenticeship to his uncle, Edward Grant, and petitions after his conviction in 1803. 2) Letters 1803-10, to his mother and sister Matilda, describing the voyage on the Coromandel, his acquaintences Major George Johnston, Judge Richard Atkins, Charles Bishop and Sir Henry Haye...

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John Grant - Papers [M462], 1769-1810

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Filmed as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project by the National Library of Australia and the State Library of New South Wales
National Library of Australia holds microfilm master
Available for reference
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. Part 8 : Miscellaneous [M series], Entry 72, p. 41
Australian Joint Copying Project miscellaneous series M462
Another copy at National Library of Australia Microform collection Mfm G 28292
Microfilm copy of originals held by the National Library of Australia at NLA MS 737
Descriptive list available (6 p.)...

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Convict. Grant was transported to New South Wales in 1804. He protested against the convict system and its officials in his "Bond of Union" of October 1805 although he had himself been granted a ticket-of-leave. This criticism led him to be sentenced to five years hard labour on Norfolk and Philip Islands. Eventually he was granted a full pardon by...

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MAV/FM4/1141 , Status: unavailable

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YEGm4Drn

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