1841, ibid., p.44. It was noted that 'a child was dreadfully mangled by a ferocious sow in Little Flinders Street [while] a child has had its ear tom offby a pig .. .'
1852 cited in Serle,
(1958). A Journal of the Explorations of Charles Grimes, Acting Surveyor-General of New South Wales' published in lJ.Shillinglaw,
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(1984). For full details see Historical Records of Victoria, Volume 3, The Early Development of Melbourne, 1836-1839,
(1996). For further details see D.Taylor, 'The Infant Hercules and the Augean Sables'
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(1837). Journal of visit to Port Phillip,
Life in Victoria cited in ibid p.l09.
Longdale to Colonel Sec,
Longdale to Sir Richard Bourke,
Parker King to
(2002). Policing the Victorian Town,
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Recollections of Squatting in Victoria, Melbourne, 1883 cited in Grant and Serle,
Report from the Select Committee on the Sewerage of and Supply of Water for Melbourne', 1852, pp.x-xi,
Report of a Committee of the Melbourne Corporation, 1848 quoted in T.McCombie, History of the Colony of Victoria and cited in ibid,
(1839). S.A.Perry to R.Hoddle, 13
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See examples from the local press cited in Annear, Bearbrass,
(1977). The Golden Age: a history of the colony of Victoria, 1851-1861,
The Laws of Migration',
(1995). the sale ofliquor without a licence was a major problem and not helped by the fact that one of the larger slygrogging establishment was in the police hospital. R.Haldane, The Peoples Force, a history of the Victoria Police,