Church, state and people in Eastern Australia 1835-1850
Chapter 1: Although religious provision for lower-class persons in the eastern Australian colonies was no worse than in the great towns of England, and although the bulk of the colonists lived in areas where the Churches were fairly active and moderately well represented, religious provision was quite inadequate in the mid-thirties. The Church leaders were, therefore, very worried about the situation, and government authorities also wanted better provision to be made. Chapter 2: Nineteenth...[Show more]
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