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Reverend Samuel Marsden papers, 1794-1857

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Record title

Reverend Samuel Marsden papers, 1794-1857

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A 5412

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YRlZ2BPn

Reverend Samuel Marsden papers, 1794-1857

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Reverend Samuel Marsden papers, 1794-1857

Full title

Reverend Samuel Marsden papers, 1794-1857

Date

1794-1857

Call Numbers

A 5412

Record Identifier

YRlZ2BPn
Physical Description

Contents

2 boxes of textual material

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Fonds

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Microfilm : CY 3014 (Items 1-3)

Microfilm : CY 3125 (Items 4-51)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Series 01: Personal papers, 1804-1838
Box 1
a. Mrs Marsden's interest under will of her mother, 1804-1836
b. William Longford's debt to Marsden, 1827-1831
c. Bank of Australia, cashiers receipts, 1834-1836
d. R. V. Dulhunty letters, 1833
e. J. D. Lang letters, 1829-1830, relating to money owned by Scot's Church, Sydney to Marsden<...

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Reverend Samuel Marsden papers, 1794-1857

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Norton Smith & Co. Papers - Clients Documents

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Information transferred from Manuscripts Leaf Catalogue No. 1 (5-180B) as part of the eRecords Project, 2011-2012

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Administrative / Biographical history

Samuel Marsden, 1764-1838, came to Australia in 1794 as assistant to the chaplain, Reverend R. Johnson. As well as engaging in church and missionary activities, Marsden was also interested in farming and sheep breeding. In 1807 he owned nearly 3000 acres of land in the Parramatta district and over 1000 sheep

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A 5412

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YRlZ2BPn

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940027

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