New South Wales Corps - orderly books, Sydney

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Record title

New South Wales Corps - orderly books, Sydney

Call numbers

Safe 1/18b , Safe 1/18c , Safe 1/18d

Record identifier

nV2qgkZn

New South Wales Corps - orderly books, Sydney

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/nV2qgkZn

New South Wales Corps - orderly books, Sydney

Full title

New South Wales Corps - orderly books, Sydney

Date

1795-1802

Call Numbers

Safe 1/18b , Safe 1/18c , Safe 1/18d

Record Identifier

nV2qgkZn
Physical Description

Contents

0.08 metres of textual material (3 volumes) - 23.5 x 18.5 cm - manuscript

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

Issue Copy

Microfilm : CY 1071, frames 1-104 (Safe 1/18b).

Microfilm : CY 1071, frames 105-196 (Safe 1/18c).

Microfilm : CY 731, frames 168-249 (C 117, filed at Safe 1/18d).

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

11 Sept. 1795-31 Dec. 1797; Bound volume containing copies of general orders issued by Governor Hunter, and regimental orders. Inscribed on front endpaper 'Capt Paterson Lt. Govr'. Entries written in various hands. Includes bookplate of David Scott Mitchell. (Call No.: CY 1071 (frames 1-104: Safe 1/18b))
6 Sept. 1798-7 Dec. 1799; Volume bound...

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Full title

New South Wales Corps - orderly books, Sydney

NOTES

General note

The 1795-1797 volume is listed in the Manuscripts Index Card Catalogue as: New South Wales. Governor, General orders, Lieut. Gov. Paterson, 11 Sept. 1795-31 Dec. 1797
The 1798-1799 volume is listed in the Manuscripts Index Card Catalogue as: New South Wales. Governor, General orders, 6 Sept.-7 Dec. 1799.
The 1800-1802 volume is listed in the...

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

2 volumes bequeathed by David Scott Mitchell in 1907; 1798-1799 volume acquired from Mrs M. Stephenson in 1914

Administrative / Biographical history

The New South Corps was raised in 1789. The first contingent arrived in Sydney with the Second Fleet in June 1790. In addition to defending the colony from foreign attack, the Corps' duties included supervising convicts, guarding government buildings and assisting settlers and convicts in emergencies. Officers served as district magistrates, juror...

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Call Numbers

Safe 1/18b , Safe 1/18c , Safe 1/18d

Record Identifier

nV2qgkZn

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/nV2qgkZn

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Reference code

447427

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