Pounds and pedigrees: the upper class in Victoria, 1850-80
Sweeping history of public and private life in Melbourne's Establishment during the mid-to late 19th century. Contains extensive biographical entries, a bibliography, an index, and appendices which include lists of landowners in 1879 and club members.
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A'asian acres acres including Agnes Alexander Alfred Alice Anderson Andrew Annie Archibald Arthur Aspinall Athenaeum Athenaeum Clubs Ballarat Bank barrister Beckett Boldrewood Campbell Candler Captain Catherine Charles civil servant Clarke colonists colony conservative Council cousin David Diary died at Melbourne died at St East Melbourne Edith Edward Eliza Emily Francis Frederick Geelong gentlemen George Governor Henry Hugh Irish Isabella James Jane Jessie John Joseph known issue land landowner later London Marcus Clarke married Melbourne Club merchant Mowle Murray partner with brother pastoral pastoralist pioneer squatter polite society politician Port Phillip president retired to England Revd Richard Riverina Robert Robertson Samuel Sarah Shire Smith social solicitor South Yarra squatter St Kilda Standish Station Sydney Thomas Toorak Trobe University of Melbourne upper class VDL pioneer Victoria Victorian Possibly wife Elizabeth wife Mary William Wilson Yorick