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George Bass, 1771-1803

Keith Macrae Bowden

George Bass, 1771-1803

his discoveries, romantic life and tragic disappearance.

by Keith Macrae Bowden

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Published by Oxford University Press in Melbourne .
Written in English

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  • Bass, George, 1771-1803.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU114.B34 B6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination171 p.
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6131215M
    LC Control Number53002355
    OCLC/WorldCa3463626

    Media in category "George Bass" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 of birth: 30 January , Aswarby. Boston is a town and small port in Lincolnshire, on the east coast of England, about miles ( km) north of is the largest town of the wider Borough of Boston local government district. The town itself had a population of 35, at the census, while the borough had a total population of 66,, at the ONS mid estimates. It is north of Greenwich on the Country: England.

    Matthew Flinders () and George Bass () explore the Illawarra in ' Our examination of the country was confined, by circumstances, to a general view. This part is called Alowrie, by the natives, and is very low and sandy near the sides of the rivulet. About four miles up it, to the north-west, is the lagoon, and behind, stands a semicircular range of hills, of which . The George Bell School: students, friends, influences. EAGLE, Mary and MINCHIN, Jan George Bass, His discoveries, romantic life and tragic disappearance. BOWDEN, Keith Macrae The Victorian centenary book: a series of records of people and firms at the time of the centenary. ALLAN, John (editor).

    George Mortimer, 5 books Baker, Sidney J., 2 books K. A. Austin, 2 books Max Colwell, 1 book Ernestine Hill, 1 book Thomas, Sarah, 1 book Miriam Estensen, 1 book Anthony J. Brown, 1 book Edward F. Jones, 1 book George Finkel, 1 book G. S. Ritchie, 1 book W. G. McDonald, 1 book Dudding, John Sir, 1 book James D. Mack, 1 book Marina Carter, 1. FAMOUS PEOPLE FROM EASTERN ENGLAND By Tim Lambert. Click on towns in blue to read their histories. ALDBOROUGH Dame Millicent Fawcett Suffragette. ASWARBY George Bass Explorer. BLACK NOTLEY John Ray Naturalist. BOSTON. John Foxe Author of Book of Martyrs.


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George Bass was a surgeon and navigator primarily remembered for his part in four maritime expeditions along the coast of Australia between and The first two of these, both undertaken with Matthew Flinders in boats called The Tom Thumb, charted the coast of New South Wales between Sydney and Lake Illawarra.

In the third Bass explored the coast of New. Get this from a library. George Bass, ; his discoveries, romantic life and tragic disappearance.

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George Bass, ;: His discoveries, romantic life and tragic disappearance [Keith Macrae Bowden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. George Bass ( - ) He was the Midshipman, or the master's mate, on the HMS Reliance where he met George Bass.

Bass and Flinders shared an interest in exploring and after arriving in Sydney inMatthew Flinders returned to England in and published a book about his and Bass' explorations.

George Bass (), surgeon and sailor, was born on 30 January at Aswarby in Lincolnshire, England, the only child of George Bass, a tenant farmer, and his wife Sarah, née Newman. When his father died in George moved with his mother to Boston. By the family was established on the Whichcote Estate.

Modestly prosperous, George Bass and a surviving son, also George, rented and farmed in addition to their Whichcote fields a part of the church’s glebe land.

On 25 January the younger George Bass married Sarah Newman from the village of Frampton.George Bass,surgeon and sailor / by K.M. Bowden Australasian Medical Publishing Co Sydney, N.S.W Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

George Bass, the man who discovered Bankstown / by Merle Peters City of Bankstown History and Heritage Group [Bankstown, N.S.W.] Australian/Harvard Citation. Peters, Merle. George Bass, the man who discovered Bankstown / by Merle Peters City of Bankstown History and Heritage Group [Bankstown, N.S.W.].

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Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Bass and Flinders. The navigator Matthew Flinders (–), an officer of the Royal Navy, and ship's surgeon George Bass (–?), met on the HMS Reliance on their way to New South discovered that they shared a love of sea and land exploration.

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The person responsible for collecting these birds was-most likely-George Bass (), who donated these specimens to the expedition commanded by Nicolas Baudin at. Bass, George, Author: Collins, David, Author: King, Philip Gidley, Title: An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, Volume 2 An Account Of The English Colony In New South Wales, From Its First Settlement InTo August With Remarks On The Dispositions, Customs, Manners, Etc.

Published resources Books. Bastian, Josephine, A passion for exploring new countries: Matthew Flinders and George Bass (Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publications, ), pp.

Details Bowden, K. M., George Bass, His Discoveries, Life and Tragic Disappearance (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, ).Details; Estensen, Miriam, The .George Bass - - His Discoveries, Romantic Life and Tragic Disappearance.

Hardback, DJ, b/w ill., pp. Condition: VG used - VG covers, minor fraying to top of DJ, good binding and clean unmarked pages.