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short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light, the founders of Penang and Adelaide

A. Francis Steuart

short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light, the founders of Penang and Adelaide

with extracts from their journals.

by A. Francis Steuart

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Published by Sampson Low, Marston in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Light, Francis, -- 1740-1794,
  • Light, William, -- 1784-1838

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 146p. :
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19134081M

    A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide Steuart, A. Francis Published by Forgotten Books (). Light died from malaria on 21 October and was buried at the Penang Protestant cemetery on Northam Road (now Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah) in George Town. A statue, which bears his name but has the facial features of his son William, stands at Fort Cornwallis in George Town. Light had four daughters and two sons with Martina Rozells, who was said to be of Portuguese and Siamese lineage.

    Reference: A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light: The Founders of Penang and Adelaide. With Extracts from Their Journals Hardcover Publishing details: Author: A. Francis Steuart Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston & Company City: London Year: Ref: Letter from Than Phya Phimon Aisawan, Siamese Governor of Thalang and Than Phya Surintharacha, Siamese Superintendent to Captain Francis Light MS Creator: Than Phya Phimon Aisawan (d ), Siamese Governor of Thalang Than Phya Surintharacha (fl ), Siamese Superintendent Donor: Simmonds, E. H. S. (Edward Harold Stuart),

    Behind the Scenes: The Politics of Planning Adelaide (c), by Michael Llewellyn-Smith (PDF and Epub with commentary at Adelaide) A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide, With Extracts From Their Journals (London: S. Low, Marston and Co., ), by A. Francis Steuart, contrib. by Francis. A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light, the founders of Penang and Adelaide, (). A view of legislation for planning in South Australia’, Master of Town Planning thesis.


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Steuart This is probably the first significant biography of Francis Light, the founder of British interests in Penang and of his son, William, who went on to set up a British colony in Adelaide, Australia. Steuart was not only able to collect information from hearsay and a few public records but also had access to the.

Title: A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide Author: Archibald Francis Steuart Created Date. A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light, the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals, By A. Francis (Archibald Francis) Steuart.

Abstract. Mode of access: Internet. A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light, the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals by A. Francis Steuart (Book) A brief journal of the proceedings of William Light. Steuart, Archibald Francis ().

A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light: the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. (Trove catalogue entry here) Sources "Light, William".

Angus & Robertson concise Australian encyclopaedia. ISBN A. Steuart, A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide (Lond, ) T.

Gill, A Biographical Sketch of Colonel William Light (Adel, ) A. Grenfell Price, Founders and Pioneers of South Australia (Adel, ) M. Mayo, The Life and Letters of Col. William Light (Adel, ).

Archibald Francis) (), A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light: the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals New Year Honours (4, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.

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Steuart, Archibald Francis (), A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light: the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.

(Trove catalogue entry here) Further reading. The SOAS Archives hold the official papers and correspondence of Captain Francis Light as per this entry.

His eldest son, William Light, became the first Surveyor General of Southern Australia and founder of the city of Adelaide. Francis Light died from a Malarial attack on 21 October Further reading: A F Steuert, The Founders of Penang and Adelaide: a Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light (London, ); H P Clodd, Malaya's.

Steuart, A. () A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide (London: Sampson Low Marston). Information Relative. Derek Whitelock Adelaide: From Colony to Jubilee () Steuart, Archibald Francis (). A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light: the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals.

Sampson Low, Marston & Co. The Connection Phuket, Penang, and Adelaide Ian Morson Morson's account of the Light family, Francis and his son William, takes us from Phuket, Francis Light's base before taking over Penang, to Adelaide, founded by William.

As New Hardback First Edition. pages with some colour photos. Please see the scan of the contents page for further details. Weight: kg. Post free within. In Light was able to report to the Bengal Government that he had persuaded the Sultan to cede the Island of Penang (Pulau Penang) to the East India Company for 36; a year.

The offer was accepted and in June Light was appointed first Superintendent of the new British colony. A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light-Founders of Penang and Adelaide t Published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co. People At Theberton Hall. William Light, founding father of Adelaide, South Australia, was sent from Penang in aboutaged six, to be educated by friends of his father, George and Anne Doughty, who lived at Theberton Hall.

George Doughty (d. 21 August ) was Sheriff of Suffolk, and it was he who had had Theberton Hall built.

His wife, Anne Goodwin, was heiress of Martlesham Hall (d. A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide: With Extracts from Their Journals avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5(4). A short sketch of the lives of Francis and William Light, the founders of Penang and Adelaide, with extracts from their journals, by A.

Francis Steuart, advocate.A Short Sketch of the Lives of Francis and William Light, the Founders of Penang and Adelaide (dalam bahasa bahasa Inggris).

London: Sampson Low, Marston and Company Ltd. Pemeliharaan CS1: Bahasa yang tidak diketahui (link).In William Randell of Mannum and Francis Cadell of Adelaide, unintentionally making the attempt at the same time, raced each other to Swan Hill with Cadell coming in first.

Saint Mary Mackillop (–) co-founded an order of nuns in rural South Australia in and became the first Australian saint of the Catholic Church in