Creative meddler: the life and fantasies of Charles St. Julian
Biography of an extraordinary 19th-century Sydney law journalist and self proclaimed expert on Pacific affairs. In the later years of his life he moved his family to Fiji where he took up the position of Chief Justice.
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The Making of a Moderate
His Hawaiian Majestys Commissioner
Schemes and Stratagems
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