Bibliography [From Phillip to McKell, by Rex Ingamells]

[Editor: This is the bibliography section of From Phillip to McKell: The Story of Australia (1949) by Rex Ingamells.] Books consulted in the writing of the article Barton, G. B., History of New South Wales from The Records, Vol. I — Governor Philip. Brown, P. L. (Ed.), Clyde Company Papers, Prologue. Cambridge History of The […]

Section 5 [From Phillip to McKell, by Rex Ingamells]

[Editor: This is section 5 of From Phillip to McKell: The Story of Australia (1949) by Rex Ingamells.] The Commonwealth In the first half of the Twentieth Century, Australia has advanced to undoubted nationhood through decades chequered and underlined with issues, events and achievements involving distinct political development, participation in world struggles, experience of boom […]

Section 4 [From Phillip to McKell, by Rex Ingamells]

[Editor: This is section 4 of From Phillip to McKell: The Story of Australia (1949) by Rex Ingamells.] Golden democracy W. C. Wentworth and the son of John Macarthur, leaders respectively of Emancipists and Exclusives, appeared on the same public platform in a campaign to keep cheap convict labour in the face of the movement […]

Section 3 [From Phillip to McKell, by Rex Ingamells]

[Editor: This is section 3 of From Phillip to McKell: The Story of Australia (1949) by Rex Ingamells.] The wool industry Ex-officers of the Corps who remained in New South Wales took their place among the Exclusives, that class of free-born settlers opposed to the increasing strength of the Emancipists. The Exclusives set their faces […]

Section 2 [From Phillip to McKell, by Rex Ingamells]

[Editor: This is section 2 of From Phillip to McKell: The Story of Australia (1949) by Rex Ingamells.] Convict colonies That Phillip had bright visions of Australia’s future did not alter the nature of the settlement he had to manage. He was Governor of a prison settlement, in which his authority was, and needed to […]