Papers [microform].

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Jebb, Joshua. Papers [microform].

Papers [microform].

Papers relating to prison systems, with reference to the transportation of convicts to the colonies, convict settlements in Tasmania and Western Australia and the ticket of leave system. Also correspondence with Lord Grey, 1848-1857 and letters from Rev. F.R. Nixon, 1845 and Sir William Denison, c.1860.

1 microfilm reel: negative.

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Denison, William, Sir, 1804-1871

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Governor of Tasmania, 1846-1855 and N.S.W., 1855-1861. Previously he was an officer in the Royal Engineers. Subsequently he was Governor of Madras. From the description of Papers. 1856-1857. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225821555 ...

Nixon, F. R. (Frederick Richard)

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Nixon, F. R. (Frederick Robert), approximately1817-1860

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Jebb, Joshua

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Sir Joshua Jebb, 1793-1863, was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in 1812, serving in Canada and the USA, and by 1837, he had been promoted to 1st Captain. In 1838, he was appointed to hold enquiries on grants of charters of incorporation to Bolton and Sheffield, and he also served on the Commission on the Municipal Boundary of Birmingham. In 1839 he was seconded from the army to work as technical advisor to the Secretary of State on prison building, following the 1837 Act requiring the Secretary...