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Matthew Everingham

Valerie Ross

Matthew Everingham

a first fleeter and his times

by Valerie Ross

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Published by Library of Australian History in Sydney, NSW .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • New South Wales,
  • New South Wales.
    • Subjects:
    • Everingham, Matthew, 1769-1817.,
    • Exiles -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Biography.,
    • Pioneers -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Biography.,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Australia -- New South Wales.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementValerie Ross.
      GenreBiography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT2808.E82 R67 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination167 p. :
      Number of Pages167
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6855923M
      ISBN 100908120370
      LC Control Number00364431

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        Matthew James Everingham was 18 when he arrived here in chains. A law clerk in London, he was short of his rent money one week and stole from his master a book worth five shillings which he pawned. His master called in the police; young Matthew was hauled before a judge at the Old Bailey and sentenced to seven years transportation. On 7 July , at the age of 14 or 15, Matthew Everingham was tried and convicted in the Old Bailey for stealing the books 'Compton's Practice' and 'Burns' Justice', worth 10 shillings.

      More editions of Matthew Everingham, a first fleeter and his times: Matthew Everingham, a first fleeter and his times: ISBN () Softcover, Library of Australian History, In 50 libraries. The book itself consists of handwritten copies of three letters (dated , and ) from Matthew James Everingham (NSW) address to Samuel Shepherd (England). It also contains three newspaper cuttings concerning aspects of progress in New South Wales until , and a handwritten note dated recording statitics on the emancipist convicts of NSW. Everingham, Matthew.


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Tench makes direct reference to Matthew Everingham in Chapter XVI of his book ‘A Complete Account Of the Settlement At Port Jackson, In New South Wales’ and both men’s records describe similar events, particularly when describing the difficulties faced by the colony’s first farmers.

However there are real differences. On the 7th JulyMathew James Everingham was indicted at the Old Bailey. [Ref] and tried by the London Jury before Mr Rose. He was accused of fraudulently obtaining two law books, the property of Samuel Shepherd and selling said book to a dealer.

He was found guilty and sentenced to seven years transportation. Everingham, Matthew James (–) by A. Gray. This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, (MUP), Matthew James Everingham (), settler, was born in London on 25 Julyson of Joseph Everingham and his wife Mary.

He was convicted in London on 7 July and sentenced to transportation for seven years. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

MATTHEW EVERINGHAM. Matthew James Everingham was only a boy of 15 years when he stood in the dock at the Old Bailey in accused "for that, he being a profligate person, on the 17th June did falsely pretend to Owen Owens, servant to Samuel Shepherd Esq: in the Middle Temple that he was sent to Mr Shepherd, from Mr Clermont's for Burn's Justice or Compton's practice meaning certain books.

Matthew James Everingham was 18 when he got here in chains. Matthew James Everingham A law clerk in London he was short of his rent money one week and pinched from his boss a book worth five shillings which he pawned.

MATTHEW JAMES EVERINGHAM was indicted, for that he being a profligate person, on the 17th of June did falsly pretend to Owen Owens servant to Samuel Shepherd, Esq; in the Middle Temple, that he was sent to Mr.

Shepherd, from Mr. Clermont's for Burn's Justice or Compton's Practice meaning certain books, by which he obtained the same books. MATTHEW JAMES EVERINGHAM was indicted, for that he being a profligate person, on the 17th of June did falsly pretend to Owen Owens servant to Samuel Shepherd, Esq; in the Middle Temple, that he was sent to Mr.

Shepherd, from Mr. Clermont's for Burn's Justice or Compton's Practice meaning certain books, by which he obtained the same books, value 10 s. the property of the said Samuel Shepherd. Name: Mathew James Everingham Relationship to Head: Head Birth Date: Birth Place: England Spouse Name: Elizabeth Rimes [Elizabeth Rymes] [Elizabeth Rhymes] Marriage Date: 13 Mar Marriage Place: Rose Hill, New South Wales, Australia Arrival Date: 26 Jan Arrival Place: Sydney, New South Wales Vessel: Scarborough Death Date: 25 Dec Death Place: Hawkesbury River.

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He holds a Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Canterbury. He also holds a Diploma in Piano Performance from Trinity College London and currently lectures in music courses at the University of Canterbury School of Music and NASDA at Ara.: Matthew Everingham, a first fleeter and his times () by Ross, Valerie and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $  MATTHEW JAMES EVERINGHAM was indicted, for that he being a profligate person, on the 17th of June did falsly pretend to Owen Owens servant to Samuel Shepherd, Esq; in the Middle Temple, that he was sent to Mr.

Shepherd, from Mr. Clermont's for Burn's Justice or Compton's Practice meaning certain books, by which he obtained the same books.