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-35.365
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147.7677
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1838
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1850

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"Your Lordship will not fail to observe that, of the outrages enumerated in the accompanying list, some took place 200 or 300 miles to the north of Sydney, others at more than 500 miles to the south, and some (at Geelong, the western limit of Port Phillip) at a still greater distance.
"In order to keep open the communication between Sydney and Port Phillip, it is my intention, with the concurrence of the officer in command of Her Majesty's Troops, to establish military posts on the road; and I forward a sketch on which to places of these proposed posts are marked, they being, as Your Lordship will perceive, the places where the road crossed the following streams on the way, viz., the Murray, the Ovens, the Violet Creek, and the Goulburn.
"It was between the Violet Creek and the Ovens, and at a distance of 400 miles from Sydney, that the attack was made on Mr Faithfull's convoy of sheep and cattle on the 11th April last, in which seven of his men were killed, and all the rest dispersed."
Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, 21 July 1838 in pp355-356 Cannon, Michael (ed.) Historical Records of Victoria Vol 2A The Aborigines of Port Phillip 1835-1839, Melbourne: Victorian Government Printing Office, 1983

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Location of town only, not barracks, station or stables etc.
DateNotes
Date is from publication of this report, shortly after the 1838 announcement of increased police presence, to the end of the military mounted police force (1850) according to the NSW Police website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/history). The military mounted police were founded in 1825. These locations are likely to have continued to have a police presence after 1850.

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TLCMap ID
t6c320
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Created At
2023-04-19 13:30:44
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:35

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Latitude
-35.63047893
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147.4560928
Start Date
1838
End Date
1850

Description

"Your Lordship will not fail to observe that, of the outrages enumerated in the accompanying list, some took place 200 or 300 miles to the north of Sydney, others at more than 500 miles to the south, and some (at Geelong, the western limit of Port Phillip) at a still greater distance.
"In order to keep open the communication between Sydney and Port Phillip, it is my intention, with the concurrence of the officer in command of Her Majesty's Troops, to establish military posts on the road; and I forward a sketch on which to places of these proposed posts are marked, they being, as Your Lordship will perceive, the places where the road crossed the following streams on the way, viz., the Murray, the Ovens, the Violet Creek, and the Goulburn.
"It was between the Violet Creek and the Ovens, and at a distance of 400 miles from Sydney, that the attack was made on Mr Faithfull's convoy of sheep and cattle on the 11th April last, in which seven of his men were killed, and all the rest dispersed."
Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, 21 July 1838 in pp355-356 Cannon, Michael (ed.) Historical Records of Victoria Vol 2A The Aborigines of Port Phillip 1835-1839, Melbourne: Victorian Government Printing Office, 1984

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LocationNotes
Location of town or river crossing only, not barracks, station or stables etc from Wells, W.H. "Plan of the road between Gundagai and Port Phillip" June 28, 1839
DateNotes
Date is from publication of this report, shortly after the 1838 announcement of increased police presence, to the end of the military mounted police force (1850) according to the NSW Police website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/history). The military mounted police were founded in 1825. These locations are likely to have continued to have a police presence after 1850.

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TLCMap ID
t6c321
Linkback
https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/74VMlxmMGrpZ
Created At
2023-04-19 13:30:44
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:35

Details

Latitude
-35.63047893
Longitude
147.4560928
Start Date
1838
End Date
1850

Description

"Your Lordship will not fail to observe that, of the outrages enumerated in the accompanying list, some took place 200 or 300 miles to the north of Sydney, others at more than 500 miles to the south, and some (at Geelong, the western limit of Port Phillip) at a still greater distance.
"In order to keep open the communication between Sydney and Port Phillip, it is my intention, with the concurrence of the officer in command of Her Majesty's Troops, to establish military posts on the road; and I forward a sketch on which to places of these proposed posts are marked, they being, as Your Lordship will perceive, the places where the road crossed the following streams on the way, viz., the Murray, the Ovens, the Violet Creek, and the Goulburn.
"It was between the Violet Creek and the Ovens, and at a distance of 400 miles from Sydney, that the attack was made on Mr Faithfull's convoy of sheep and cattle on the 11th April last, in which seven of his men were killed, and all the rest dispersed."
Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, 21 July 1838 in pp355-356 Cannon, Michael (ed.) Historical Records of Victoria Vol 2A The Aborigines of Port Phillip 1835-1839, Melbourne: Victorian Government Printing Office, 1985

Extended Data

LocationNotes
Location of town or river crossing only, not barracks, station or stables etc from Wells, W.H. "Plan of the road between Gundagai and Port Phillip" June 28, 1839
DateNotes
Date is from publication of this report, shortly after the 1838 announcement of increased police presence, to the end of the military mounted police force (1850) according to the NSW Police website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/history). The military mounted police were founded in 1825. These locations are likely to have continued to have a police presence after 1850.

Sources

TLCMap ID
t6c322
Linkback
https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/74VMlxmMGrpZ
Created At
2023-04-19 13:30:44
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:35

Details

Latitude
-35.63047893
Longitude
147.4560928
Start Date
1838
End Date
1850

Description

"Your Lordship will not fail to observe that, of the outrages enumerated in the accompanying list, some took place 200 or 300 miles to the north of Sydney, others at more than 500 miles to the south, and some (at Geelong, the western limit of Port Phillip) at a still greater distance.
"In order to keep open the communication between Sydney and Port Phillip, it is my intention, with the concurrence of the officer in command of Her Majesty's Troops, to establish military posts on the road; and I forward a sketch on which to places of these proposed posts are marked, they being, as Your Lordship will perceive, the places where the road crossed the following streams on the way, viz., the Murray, the Ovens, the Violet Creek, and the Goulburn.
"It was between the Violet Creek and the Ovens, and at a distance of 400 miles from Sydney, that the attack was made on Mr Faithfull's convoy of sheep and cattle on the 11th April last, in which seven of his men were killed, and all the rest dispersed."
Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, 21 July 1838 in pp355-356 Cannon, Michael (ed.) Historical Records of Victoria Vol 2A The Aborigines of Port Phillip 1835-1839, Melbourne: Victorian Government Printing Office, 1986

Extended Data

LocationNotes
Location of town or river crossing only, not barracks, station or stables etc from Wells, W.H. "Plan of the road between Gundagai and Port Phillip" June 28, 1840
DateNotes
Date is from publication of this report, shortly after the 1838 announcement of increased police presence, to the end of the military mounted police force (1850) according to the NSW Police website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/history). The military mounted police were founded in 1825. These locations are likely to have continued to have a police presence after 1850.

Sources

TLCMap ID
t6c323
Linkback
https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/74VMlxmMGrpZ
Created At
2023-04-19 13:30:44
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:35

Military Mounted Police: proposed base on the south road

Placename
Violet Creek
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.6373
Longitude
145.7262
Start Date
1838
End Date
1850

Description

"Your Lordship will not fail to observe that, of the outrages enumerated in the accompanying list, some took place 200 or 300 miles to the north of Sydney, others at more than 500 miles to the south, and some (at Geelong, the western limit of Port Phillip) at a still greater distance.
"In order to keep open the communication between Sydney and Port Phillip, it is my intention, with the concurrence of the officer in command of Her Majesty's Troops, to establish military posts on the road; and I forward a sketch on which to places of these proposed posts are marked, they being, as Your Lordship will perceive, the places where the road crossed the following streams on the way, viz., the Murray, the Ovens, the Violet Creek, and the Goulburn.
"It was between the Violet Creek and the Ovens, and at a distance of 400 miles from Sydney, that the attack was made on Mr Faithfull's convoy of sheep and cattle on the 11th April last, in which seven of his men were killed, and all the rest dispersed."
Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, 21 July 1838 in pp355-356 Cannon, Michael (ed.) Historical Records of Victoria Vol 2A The Aborigines of Port Phillip 1835-1839, Melbourne: Victorian Government Printing Office, 1987

Extended Data

LocationNotes
Location of town or river crossing only, not barracks, station or stables etc from Wells, W.H. "Plan of the road between Gundagai and Port Phillip" June 28, 1841
DateNotes
Date is from publication of this report, shortly after the 1838 announcement of increased police presence, to the end of the military mounted police force (1850) according to the NSW Police website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/history). The military mounted police were founded in 1825. These locations are likely to have continued to have a police presence after 1850.

Sources

TLCMap ID
t6c324
Linkback
https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/74VMlxmMGrpZ
Created At
2023-04-19 13:30:44
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:35

Military Mounted Police: proposed base on the south road

Placename
Goulburn River
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.8483
Longitude
145.0905
Start Date
1838
End Date
1850

Description

"Your Lordship will not fail to observe that, of the outrages enumerated in the accompanying list, some took place 200 or 300 miles to the north of Sydney, others at more than 500 miles to the south, and some (at Geelong, the western limit of Port Phillip) at a still greater distance.
"In order to keep open the communication between Sydney and Port Phillip, it is my intention, with the concurrence of the officer in command of Her Majesty's Troops, to establish military posts on the road; and I forward a sketch on which to places of these proposed posts are marked, they being, as Your Lordship will perceive, the places where the road crossed the following streams on the way, viz., the Murray, the Ovens, the Violet Creek, and the Goulburn.
"It was between the Violet Creek and the Ovens, and at a distance of 400 miles from Sydney, that the attack was made on Mr Faithfull's convoy of sheep and cattle on the 11th April last, in which seven of his men were killed, and all the rest dispersed."
Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, 21 July 1838 in pp355-356 Cannon, Michael (ed.) Historical Records of Victoria Vol 2A The Aborigines of Port Phillip 1835-1839, Melbourne: Victorian Government Printing Office, 1988

Extended Data

LocationNotes
Location of town or river crossing only, not barracks, station or stables etc from Wells, W.H. "Plan of the road between Gundagai and Port Phillip" June 28, 1842
DateNotes
Date is from publication of this report, shortly after the 1838 announcement of increased police presence, to the end of the military mounted police force (1850) according to the NSW Police website https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/about_us/history). The military mounted police were founded in 1825. These locations are likely to have continued to have a police presence after 1850.

Sources

TLCMap ID
t6c325
Linkback
https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/74VMlxmMGrpZ
Created At
2023-04-19 13:30:44
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:35
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