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John Graham, convict, 1824

Robert Gibbings

John Graham, convict, 1824

an historical narrative

by Robert Gibbings

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Published by Faber in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Graham, John.

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    Statementwritten and illustrated by Robert Gibbings.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16849558M

    The convicts a study of a one-in-twenty sample / John Cobley John Graham, convict, an historical narrative / written and illustrated by Robert Gibbings The convict ships, / by Charles Bateson. John Graham (b?), convict and 'wild white man', was convicted at the Dundalk Assizes, Ireland, on 4 March of having stolen six pounds and a quarter of hemp and sentenced to transportation for seven years. He arrived in Sydney in the Hoogly in April and was assigned to John Raine, mill Author: Lance Morcan.

    GRAHAM, Duncan. Per "Guildford", Jul On list of convicts landed from the "Guildford" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel ; 4/ p[ii]) On list of convicts maintained by William Cox free of expense to the Crown in (Reel ; 4/ pa) Apr For more on John Graham's speeches and workshops, go here. On the Edge -- a memoir To the young Graham, adventure was everything, and each brush with death only pushed him to up the ante—and to bury ever deeper the emotional life needed to make him whole.

    GRAHAM BOOKS. Graham - Grimes Genealogy With cognate branches, , by Frances G. Sitherwood. p. $ History of the Graham family [of Va.] David Graham. p. $ The Rev. John Graham of Woodbury, CT & his Descendents H.G. Carpenter. p. $ The Montrose Omnibus. John Graham Convict Robert Gibbings First Thus True Story Australia John Graham. John Convict Graham Story Australia True First Gibbings Robert Thus Thus Robert Gibbings John True Australia Convict First Graham Story.


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John Graham: Convict, ; Hardcover – January 1, by Robert Gibbings (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating3/5(1). John Graham: Convict, Hardcover – by Robert Gibbings (Author, Illustrator)3/5(1). John Graham, Convict, An Historical Narrative Written and Illustrated by Robert Gibbings Gibbings, Robert Published by A.S.

Barnes and Company, New York (). John Graham (Convict) An historical narrative written and illustrated by Robert Gibbings. Woodcut frontispiece and vignettes throughout. First Edition. 8vo. Get this from a library. John Graham, convict, an historical narrative.

[Robert Gibbings]. John Graham, Convict, An Historical Narrative. Faber & Faber limited, - Australia - pages. 0 Reviews. An historical narrative; Life of convict at Moreton Bay.

John Graham, convict, an historical 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a Dundalk female fire fish Foster Fyans Fraser friends hand harbour head hear hills honor Hoogley hulk IDA LEESON Ireland Jackie 1824 book John Graham John Raine Kieley Killeen labour Lady land larceny lashes leave legs Lieut.

John Graham, convict, an historical narrative /​ written and illustrated 1824 book Robert Gibbings. In 54 libraries. Includes the story of Mrs. Fraser, who was wrecked in the Stirling Castle in on the coast of Queensland, of her adventures among the blacks and her rescue.

Graham, John, ?.-; New South Wales - Exiles.; Stirling Castle (ship). John Graham, convict, an historical narrative / written and illustrated by Robert Gibbings | National Library of Australia Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gibbings, Robert, John Graham, convict, London: Faber and Faber, (OCoLC) Get this from a library.

John Graham, convict. [Robert Gibbings]. A first edition of this vivid historical narrative dealing with transportation and early convict life in Australia. Featuring forty wood-engravings, illustrated by the author.

With rare original unclipped dustwrapper. Home > Products > John Graham, Convict John Graham, Convict $ No inscriptions. Near fine binding, tight, clean and bright with illustrations by the author. Good to very good unclipped pictorial dust jacket has few tiny nicks at spine and some age tanning/ spotting.

29 pages *** J M Dent & Sons. Purveyor of Fine Books. John Graham Convict An Historical Narrative Written and Illustrated. By Robert Gibbings. - London - J M Dent and Sons. 9" by 6"; xi, pp. Lance Morcan about this book: Irish convict John Graham's story is not well known – not even in Australia where this remarkable tale takes place.

That's surprising, to us at least, because John's adventures in the wilds of an untamed Australia must surely rank with the most incredible true-life tales of survival.

This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, (MUP), John Graham (b?), convict and 'wild white man', was convicted at the Dundalk Assizes, Ireland, on 4 March of having stolen six pounds and a quarter of hemp and sentenced to transportation for seven years.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gibbings, Robert, John Graham. London, Dent [] (OCoLC) Named Person: John Graham; Eliza Anne. JOHN GRAHAM, GEORGE HOOKER, and JAMES CLEMENTS, were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 14th of December, one wooden cart, value 10l.

seven linen bags, value 7s, and six hundred and fifty-one pounds of thrown silk, value l. the property of. Based on the remarkable true story of Irish convict John Graham, WHITE SPIRIT is an epic historical adventure set in 19th Century Australia.

After escaping from the notorious Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, Graham finds refuge with the Kabi, a tribe of Aborigines who eventually accept him as one of their own/5.

Gibbings became fascinated with the story of John Graham (b. ?) in when he read John Curtis’s The Wreck of the ‘Stirling Castle’ (). Gibbings’s narrative in John Graham, Convict tells the story of Graham who was convicted of theft in Ireland in and transported to Sydney.

In Graham was in the penal colony at Moreton Bay (near Brisbane) but .Irish convict John Graham arrived in the colony in with a seven-year sentence for stealing hemp. Graham befriended Aborigines in the Parramatta area, becoming familiar with their culture and skilled in their fishing and food-gathering ways.

A conviction for theft saw him sent to Moreton Bay (now Brisbane) inbut he escaped and lived.Based on the remarkable true story of Irish convict John Graham, WHITE SPIRIT is an epic historical adventure set in 19th Century Australia. After escaping from the notorious Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, Graham finds refuge with the Kabi, a tribe of Aborigines who eventually accept him as one of their own/5().