Dr. Bland in New South Wales
William Bland, ex-Royal Navy surgeon, convicted and transported for killing a fellow—officer in a duel, left the Frederick and stepped ashore in Sydney, in July, 1814, into a new world* Born and nurtured in a comfortable middle-class family, trained as a surgeon, he suddenly found himself cut off from the protected and regulated life of a service officer and thrust, on the wrong side of the social ledger, into a convict society on the other side of the world. Macquarie's world was not a...[Show more]
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