1794 in Wales
HENRY DUKDAS. Sir, Sydney, New South Wales, 30th August, 1794. At the desire of Captain King, I forward a packet he sends me from Norfolk Island, by which.
The New South Wales Corps (a.k.a. The Rum Corps) was formed in England in 1789 as a Due to poor health Grose returned to England in December 1794 and Captain William Paterson assumed command until a replacement, Governor Nickname(s) : Rum Corps, Botany Bay Rangers.
Object ID, Description, Scale: Plan showing the inboard profile for 'Boyne' and later for 'Prince of Wales ' (1794), both Second.
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Lieutenant-Colonel Foveaux allowed the Corps to trade in rum during the interregnum, despite protests from settlers, believing that freer trade would reduce the problems. Grose had also relaxed Phillip's prohibition on trading of rum sometimes a generic term for any form of distilled beverage , usually made from wheat , usually from Bengal. Attempts to stop the importation were also thwarted by the failure of other governments to co-operate and by the Corps' officers chartering of a Danish ship to bring in a large shipment of rum from India. Breydden Hills, Rodney's Pillar and Belin Mount, raccontidiviaggi.info. Retrieved from " raccontidiviaggi.info? Governor King, realising that every officer apart from Paterson was trading in rum, allowed Johnston to resume his duties. What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page.