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BUSCOMBE, Eve. Artists in Early Australia and Their Portraits: a guide to the portrait painters of early Australia with special reference to colonial New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land to 1850 - with detailed biographies, catalogues of works and sources of Australian portraiture. Sydney: Eureka Research, 1978.

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FLYNN, Michael. Settlers and Seditionists: the people of the convict ship 'Surprize' 1794. Sydney: Angela Lind, 1994.

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GILLEN, Mollie. The Founders of Australia: a biographical dictionary of the First Fleet. Sydney: Library of Australian History, 1989.

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MACKENZIE, Robert Holden. The Trafalgar Roll: containing the names and services of all officers of the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines who participated in the glorious victory of the 21st October 1805, together with a history of the ships engaged in the battle. London: George Allen, 1913.

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Third Fleet Families of Australia; containing genealogical details of three hundred & eleven Third Fleeters, their children & grandchildren. (comp. by Dr. C. J. Smee). Artarmon: Third Fleet Families of Australia, 1991.

General Works


ALEXANDER, Alison. Obliged To Submit: wives and mistresses of colonial governors. Dynnyrne, Tas: Montpelier Press, 1999.

ATKINSON, Alan. Camden. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1988.

ATKINSON, Alan. The Europeans in Australia. Vol.1: The Beginning. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1997.
[See Chapter 15: "The Coming of the Macquaries" pp.317-342.]

BARNARD, Marjorie. Macquarie's World. Sydney: Angus and Robertson,1949, [2nd ed.].

BARRATT, Glynn. The Russians at Port Jackson 1814 - 1822. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1981.

BATESON, Charles. Australian Shipwrecks. Volume One: 1622 - 1850. Sydney: Reed, 1972.

BATESON, Charles. The Convict Ships 1787-1868. Glasgow: Brown, Son & Ferguson, 1969 [2nd ed.]

BINNEY, Keith R. Horsemen of the First Frontier (1788-1900) and the Serpent's Legacy. Neutral Bay, N.S.W.: Volcanic Productions, 2005.

Blue Mountains Dreaming: the Aboriginal Heritage. (ed.) Eugene Stockton. Winmalee, NSW: Three Sisters Publication, 1993.

BLAKE, Nicholas, and LAWRENCE, Richard The Illustrated Companion to Nelson's Navy. London: Chatham Publishing, 1999.

BLOXHAM, Frank. A History of Prospect. Blacktown: Blacktown Historical Society, 2002.

BOYCE, James. Van Diemen's Land. Melbourne: Black Inc. 2008.

BRIDGES, Peter. Foundations of Identity: building early Sydney 1788-1822. Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1995.

BROADBENT, James. The Australian Colonial House: architecture and society in New South Wales 1788 -1842. Sydney: Hordern House, 1997.

BROADBENT James, and HUGHES, Joy. (eds.) The Age of Macquarie. Melbourne: Historic Houses Trust of NSW, 1992.

BROADBENT, James, and HUGHES, Joy. Francis Greenway Architect. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW, 1997.

BROOK, J. and KOHEN, J.L. The Parramatta Native Institution and the Black Town: a history. Kensington: New South Wales University Press, 1991.

BROXAM, Graeme, and NASH, Michael. Tasmanian Shipwrecks: Volume 1 1797-1899. Woden, ACT: Navarine Publishing, 1998. [publ. in the Roebuck Series, No. 51].

CLARK, Mary Shelley and CLARK, Jack. The Islands of Sydney Harbour. Sydney: Kangaroo Press, 2000.

CLEARY, Tania. Poignant Regalia: 19th century Aboriginal breastplates & images. Glebe, NSW: Historic Houses Trust of NSW, 1993.

CLOWES, William Laird. The Royal Navy: a history from the earliest times to the present. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1897-1903. 7 vols.

COHEN, Lysbeth. Elizabeth Macquarie; her life and times. Sydney: Wentworth Books, 1979.

COLTHEART, Lenore. Between Wind and Water: a history of the ports and coastal waterways of New South Wales. Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1996.

CONNOR, John. The Australian Frontier Wars 1788-1838. Sydney: UNSW Press, 2002.
[See: Chapter 3 'The Hawkesbury-Nepean River, 1795-1816" pp.35-52.]

Cross Currents: historical studies of the Hawkesbury. (ed.) J.P. Powell. Berowra Heights, NSW: Deerubbin Press, 1997.

CUMES, J.W.C. Their Chastity Was Not Too Rigid: leisure times in early Australia. Melbourne: Longman Cheshire/Reed, 1979.
[See: Chapter 2 "The Quickening Pace Under Macquarie and His Successors to 1830." pp. 48-102].

CUMPSTON, J.S. Shipping Arrivals and Departures Sydney, 1788-1825. Canberra: Roebuck, 1977 [Roebuck Society Publication No.22].

CUMPSTON, J.S. Shipping Arrivals and Departures Sydney, 1826-1840. Canberra: Roebuck, 1977 [Roebuck Society Publication No.23].

CUNNINGHAM, Chris. The Blue Mountains Rediscovered: beyond the myths of early Australian exploration. East Roseville, NSW: Kangaroo Press, 1996.

CURREY, C. H. The Brothers Bent: Judge-Advocate Ellis Bent and Judge Jeffrey Hary Bent. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1968.

CURRIE, J. Mull: the Island & Its People. Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2000.

DAWSON, Tony. James Meehan: a most excellent surveyor.Sydney: Crossing Press, 2004.

DAY, David. Smugglers and Sailors: the Customs History of Australia 1788-1901. Canberra: AGPS, 1992.

The Discovery of the South Shetland Islands. The voyages of the Brig Williams 1819-1820 as recorded in contemporary documents and the journal of Midshipman C.W. Poynter. (ed.) R.J. Campbell. London: Hakluyt Society, 2000.

EDWARDS, Philip. The Story of the Voyage: sea-narratives in eighteenth-century England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

ELLIS, M. H. Lachlan Macquarie: his life, adventures, and times. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1952 [2nd ed. revised].

FLETCHER, Chrissy. Arthursleigh: a history of the property 1819 to 1979. Burradoo, NSW: C. Fletcher, 2002.

FLETCHER, Marion. Costume in Australia 1788-1901. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1984.

FOLEY, Dennis. Repossession of Our Spirit: traditional owners of northern Sydney. Canberra: Aboriginal History, 2000. [Aboriginal History Monograph No. 7]

FRAME,T.R. The Garden Island. Sydney: Kangaroo Press, 1990. [see pp.64-101]

GOVE, Elena. Australia in the Russian Mirror: changing perceptions 1770-1919. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1997.

HAINSWORTH, D.R. The Sydney Traders: Simeon Lord and his contemporaries 1788 - 1821. Melbourne: Cassell Australia, 1972.

HENEY, Helen. Australia's Founding Mothers Melbourne: Nelson, 1978.

HILL, Richard. The Prizes of War: the Napoleonic Prize System in the Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815. Portsmouth: Royal Naval Museum Publications, 1998.

Historic Homesteads. Canberra: Australian Council of National Trusts, 1982, c1976.
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HORDERN, Marsden. King of the Australian Coast: the work of Phillip Parker King in the 'Mermaid' and 'Bathurst' 1817 - 1822 Melbourne: The Miegunyah Press, 1997.

HORN, Julia. The Pursuit of Wonder: How Australia's Landscape was Explored, Nature Discovered and Tourism Unleashed. Melbourne: The Miegunyah Press, 2005.

JACKSON-NAKANO, Ann. The Kamberri: a history from the records of aboriginal families in the Canberra-Queanbeyan district and surrounds 1820-1927 and historical overview 1928-2001. Canberra: Aboriginal History, 2001. [Aboriginal History monograph; No. 8, Series 2: Weereewaa history series; v. 1]

JOHNSON, Richard. The Search for the Inland Sea: John Oxley, explorer, 1783-1828. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2001.

Joseph Lycett: Convict Artist. (ed) John McPhee. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, 2006.

KARSKENS, Grace. The Colony: a history of early Sydney. Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 2009.

KOHEN, James. The Darug and Their Neighbours: the traditional Aboriginal owners of the Sydney region. Blacktown: Darug Link, 1993.

KOHEN, J. L. Daruganora: Darug Country - the place and the people. Blacktown: Darug Tribal Aboriginal Corporation, 2006.

KASS, Terry, LISTON, Carol and McCLYMONT, John. Parramatta: A Past Revealed. Parramatta: Parramatta City Council, 1996.

KERR, James Semple. Design for Convicts: an account of design for convict establishments in the Australian Colonies during the transportation era. Sydney: Library of Australian History, 1984.

LAVERY, Brian. Nelson's Navy: the Ships, Men and Organisation 1793 -1815. London: Conway Maritime Press, 1989.

LEMCKE, Geoffrey. Reluctant Rebel: Lt.Col. George Johnston 1764-1823. Sydney: Privately Printed, 1998.

Life Lines: Australian women's letters and diaries, 1788-1840. (eds.) Patricia Clarke and Dale Spender. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1992.

LISTON, Carol. Campbelltown: the bicentennial history. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1988.

McCORMICK Tim et al. First Views of Australia 1788-1825: a history of early Sydney. Sydney: David Ell Press, 1988.

McDONALD Patricia R. and PEARCE, Barry. The Artist and the Patron: Aspects of Colonial Art in New South Wales. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1988.

MACFARLANE, Margaret and MACFARLANE, Alastair. John Watts: Australia's Forgotten Architect 1814 - 1819 and South Australia's Postmaster General 1841 -1861. Bonnells Bay, NSW: SunBird Publications, 1992.

MANFIELD, Fay. A Journey Through Time: the Whalan family, the family of James & Charles Whalan in Australia. Ashgrove, Qld: F. Manfield,c.1993.

MARCUS, G. J. Heart of Oak: a survey of British sea power in the Georgian era. London: Oxford University Press, 1975.

MICKLEBOROUGH, Leonie. William Sorell in Van Diemen's Land: Lieutenant-Governor, 1817-1824. A Golden Age?. Sandy Bay, Tasmania: Blubberhead Press, 2004.

MURRAY, Robert & WHITE, Kate. Dharug & Dungaree: the history of Penrith and St. Marys to 1860. North Melbourne: Hargreen Publishing, 1988.

NICHOLSON, Ian Hawkins. Shipping Arrivals and Departures Tasmania, Vol.1,1803-1833. Canberra: Roebuck, 1983 [Roebuck Society Publication No.30].

O'DONNELL, Ruth and REECE, Bob. "'A Valuable Man': James Meehan, United Irishman." in Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998: studies in culture, identity and migration. (eds.) Philip Bull et al. Sydney: Crossing Press, 2000 pp.48-63.

OPPENHEIM, Peter. The Fragile Forts: the fixed defences of Sydney Harbour 1788-1963. Canberra: Army History Department, Department of Defence, 2004.

PERRY, T.M. Australia's First Frontier: the spread of settlement in New South Wales 1788-1829. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1963.

POCKLEY, R.V. Ancestor Treasure Hunt: The Antill Family England 833 - America 1680 Australia 1809. Surry Hills: Wentworth Books, 1978.

PRATT, Mary Louise. Imperial Eyes: travel writing and transculturation. London: Routledge,1992.

PROUDFOOT, Helen; BICKFORD, Anne; EGLOFF, Brian; and STOCKS, Robyn. Australia's First Government House. Sydney: Allen & Unwin,1991.
[See Chapter7: "Elizabeth and Lachlan Macquarie in residence" pp.93-105.]

PROVIS, J. Selkirk, and JOHNSON, K. A. Cadman's Cottage: the life and times of John Cadman in colonial Sydney 1798-1848. Sydney: Privately Printed, 1972.

PYBUS, Cassandra. Black Founders: the unknown story of Australia's first black settlers. Sydney: UNSW Press, 2006.

RIENITS, Rex & Thea. Early Artists of Australia. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1963.

RITCHIE, John. Lachlan Macquarie: a biography. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1986.

RODGER, N.A.M. The Wooden World: an anatomy of the Georgian navy. London: Collins, 1986.

ROSEN, Sue. Government House Parramatta 1788-2000: a history of the governors,their home and its domain Parramatta ParkSydney: Caroline Simpson, 2003.

ROXBURGH, Rachel. Early Colonial Houses of New South Wales. Sydney: Ure Smith, 1974.

RUSSELL-WOOD, A.J.R. "Ports of Colonial Brazil" in Atlantic Port Cities: Economy, Culture, and Society in the Atlantic World 1650 -1850. (eds.) Franklin W. Knight and Peggy K. Liss. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1991 pp.196 -239.

SARGENT, Clem. The Colonial Garrison 1817-1824: the 48th Foot, the Northhamptonshire Regiment in the colony of New South Wales. Canberra: TCS Publications, 1996.

SHAW, A.G.L. Convicts and the Colonies. A Study of Penal Transportation from Great Britain and Ireland to Australia and other parts of the British Empire. London: Faber and Faber, 1966.
[See: Chapter 4 'Lachlan Macquarie'.]

SIMANKEVICIUS, Almis, Macquarie's Kingdom: exploring historic Sydney today : the story of Lachlan Macquarie's twelve-year rule in New South Wales from 1810-1821. North Sydney, NSW: Good Walking Books, c2004.

SMITH, Keith Vincent. King Bungaree: a Sydney Aborigine meets the great South Pacific explorers, 1799 -1830. Kenthurst: Kangaroo Press, 1992.

STANLEY, Peter. The Remote Garrison: the British Army in Australia 1788 - 1870. Kenthurst: Kangaroo Press, 1986.

STATHAM, Pamela. (ed.) A Colonial Regiment: new sources relating to the New South Wales Corps. Canberra: P. Statham, 1992.

TARDIF, Phillip. James Bowen's Hobart: the beginning of European settlement in Tasmania. Hobart: Tasmanian Historical Research Association, 2003.

TAYLOR, Isaac. Names and Their Histories: a Handbook of Historical Geography and Topographical Nomenclature. London: Rivingtons, 1898 [2nd ed. revised].

THOMAS, Martin. The Artificial Horizon: imagining the Blue Mountains. Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Press, 2003.

THORNTON, Caroline Rouse. Rouse Hill House and the Rouses. Nedlands: C. Thornton, 1988.

TINDALE, Norman B. Aboriginal Tribes of Australia. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974.

TRAVERS, B.H. The Captain-General: being a study of Lachlan Macquarie Governor of New South Wales 1809 - 1821. Sydney: Shakespeare Head Press, 1953.

TURBET, Peter. The Aborigines of the Sydney District Before 1788. East Roseville, NSW: Kangaroo Press, 2001 (rev. ed.).

TURNER, John. Joseph Lycett: Governor Macquarie's Convict Artist. Newcastle: Hunter History Publications, 1997.

VALE, Michelle. Warby: My Excellent Guide. St Ives, N.S.W.: Michelle Vale,1994.

WALSH, Kay and HOOTEN, Joy. Australian Autobiographical Narratives: an annotated bibliography. Volume 1: To 1850. Canberra: Australian Scholarly Editions Centre, ADFA/National Library of Australia, 1993.

WEATHERBURN, A. K. Australia's interior unveiled: a biography of George William Evans (1780-1852), surveyor, explorer and artist. Ryde, N.S.W.: A.K. Weatherburn, 1987.

Journal Articles:

Andrews, Alan E. J. "Mount Hunter and Beyond; with Hunter, Tench, Wilson, Barrallier, Caley, King, and Macquarie 1790 to 1815." Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 76, Part 1, June 1990 pp.3-15.

Bertie, Charles H. "Governor Macquarie." Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 16, Part 1,1930 pp.22-51.

Biskup, Peter. "The Strange Case of the Manuscripts of Major General Lachlan Macquarie, Governor of New South Wales." Journal of Australian Studies. No. 23 Nov. 1988, pp.79-93.

Broadbent, James. "The Regency in Australia." The Australian Antique Collector. Vol. 43 Jan/June 1992, pp.35-39.

Coltheart, Lenore and Bridges, Peter. "The Elephant's Bed? Scottish Enlightenment Ideas and the Foundations of New South Wales" in Scatterlings of Empire (eds.) Wilfred Prest and Graham Tulloch. Journal of Australian Studies No. 68, 2001 pp.19-33.

Ellis, M.H. "Governor Lachlan Macquarie." Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 28, 1942, pp.375-475.

Faro, Clive. "To the Lighthouse! The South Head Road and place-making in early New South Wales." Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 84, 1998, pp.109-129.

Goddard, R, H. "Captain Thomas Raine of the 'Surry' 1795 - 1860." Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 26, Part 4, 1940, pp. 277 -317.

Havard, Olive. "Townson of Varroville." Part 1 Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 91, Part 1 June 2005 pp.58-79; and Part 2, Vol. 91, Part 1 December 2005 pp.184-202.

Liston, Carol. "The Dharawal and Gandangara in Colonial Campbelltown, New South Wales, 1788-1830." Aboriginal History Vol. 12 Part 1: 1988 pp.49-92.

McGuanne, J.P. "Lachlan Macquarie and his Times up to 1810." Royal Australian Historical Society. Journal. Vol. 4, Part 2, 1917, pp. 49 -124.

Manera, Brad. "A Friend and Protector": Lachlan Macquarie's Sword." Wartime: The Official Magazine of the Australian War Memorial No. 1 November 1997.

Mayer, Wolf. "In Search of a 'Considerable River': retracing the paths of the early explorers to Lake George, the Limestone Plains and the Murrumbidgee." Canberra Historical Journal New Series No. 45 March 2000 pp.15-24.

Mickleborough, Leonie C. "Lieutenant-Governor Colonel William Sorrell's Dilemma of Public and Private Life in Van Diemen's Land."Tasmanian Historical Research Association: Papers and Proceedings Vol. 49 No. 1 March 2002 pp.41-49.

Munro, R.W. "Governor Lachlan Macquarie and His Family Circle." Scottish Genealogist. Vol. 36, Part 1, 1989 pp.7-21.

Neville, R. "The Macquarie Papers." History: Magazine of the Royal Australian Hitorical Society. December 2005 Number 86 pp.12-13.

Neville, R. "'Visionary Subjects': Art & Nature in Newcastle. The Macquarie Collector's Chest." at mitchell: Journal of the Friends and Supporters of the State Library of NSW. November 2005 Vol. 1 No.1 pp.14-15.

Pelosi, Janette. "Governor Macquarie's Impact on Record Keeping." History: Magazine of the Royal Australian Hitorical Society. December 2005 Number 86 pp.10-11.

Ritchie, J. "Macquarie's Style of Governing." Bulletin of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Vol. 3, No.1, 1990/91 pp.52-62.

"Old Government House Soft Furnishings Project." Reflections: the National Trust Quarterly November 2005/January 2006 pp. 9-11.

Sullivan, M. "The Macquarie Towns." History: Magazine of the Royal Australian Historical Society. December 2005 Number 86 pp.13-14.

Walsh, Robin. "1807: the Unknown Lachlan Macquarie." History: Magazine of the Royal Australian Historical Society. December 2005 Number 86 pp.6-7.

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