John Hubert Plunkett in New South Wales, 1832-1869
Prior to 1965 when I began research on a topic dealing with Australian Catholic history in the 19th century X had heard only vaguely of John Hubert Plunkett. I knew that he had been a lawyer in the service of the Crown, that a street in Sydney had been named after him and, more recently, one in the suburb of Chifley in the A.C.T. The period of his service in the Colony of New South Wales threw him into contact, and perhaps contrast, with others whose names have been left to posterity so...[Show more]
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