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Port Phillip Association
Created 29 October 2006
Updated 8 Jan 2007

Links to material on the Port Phillip Association


Port Phillip Papers Digitising Project -State Library of Victoria
Many of the items below are from the SLV digitising project

Attested copies of muniments of title to the estates of the trustees of George Mercer
Batman Treaty Story
Correspondence relating to Geelong and Dutigalla Association
Cottrell, Anthony
Early Australian History - Rare Book Exhibition, Monash University
Edward Henty’s Journal 1834-39 (settlement at Portland)
Geelong Deed (Port Phillip Association) (claimed by John Batman to have been signed by the Aboriginal chiefs, and to be for the purchase of land on the Bellarine Peninsular)
Indentures establishing the Port Phillip Association (including details of the Association’s proposed relations with the Aboriginal people)
John Batman’s Journal
John Helder Wedge’s Field Book (including sketches, Aboriginal word lists, sketch of Buckley)
John Helder Wedge’s Map of Port Phillip, 1835
Joseph Tice Gellibrand  1792-1837
Letter from Port Phillip Association to Lord Glenelg,  1835,  transcript
Manifest of cargo on board the brigantine Thistle (the vessel used by Edward Henty in 1834)
Melbourne Advertiser (Melbourne’s first newspaper)
Melbourne Deed (claimed by John Batman to have been signed by Aboriginal chiefs)
Nicholas Pateshall’s short account of a voyage around the world (an account of the settlement at Sorrento in 1803-04)
Port Phillip Association – Wikipedia
Port Phillip District in Ernest Scott's A Short History of Australia
Settlement - foundation and surveying
Simpson, James, 1792-1857
Sir Richard Bourke’s Journal 1837 (NSW Governor describes a visit to Port Phillip)
Solomon, Joseph
Swanston, Charles, 1789-1850
Wedge, John Helder ADB entry
Wedge, John Helder, 1792-1872
Wedge's letter  August 10 1835
Wedge's Map of Port Phillip  - National Library of Australia acquisition
William Buckley’s Reminiscences as told to George Langhorne
William Todd’s Journal (including a description of the first meeting with Buckley, the escaped convict)


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