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Item:101628
Surname:Dungog Mounted Police Barracks
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Date:1837 16 September
Place:Dungog
Source:SG
Details:Tenders called for building a Barracks at Dungog. Apply Lieut. Lugard in Newcastle
Item:175107
Surname:Immigrant Barracks
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Ship:Thomas Arbuthnot 1849
Date:20 January 1849
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Yesterday forty five of the Thomas Arbuthnot immigrants arrived in Maitland per steamer. They comprise ten married couples, having among them fifteen children; eight young men, and three young women; while among the children there are two girls of thirteen years old. There is also still one of the Walmer Castle families at the immigrant barracks, East Maitland
Item:169833
Surname:Military Barracks Newcastle
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Date:25 December 1908
Place:Newcastle
Source:Newcastle Morning Herald - Watt Street in the Early Days
Details:At the upper end of Watt Street stood the Presbyterian Church and manse. The site was originally the first military barracks and after the removal of the soldiers the land was given to the above body
Item:170788
Surname:Military Barracks Newcastle
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Date:13 July 1861
Place:Newcastle
Source:The Newcastle Chronicle
Details:Death of the son of Sergeant Darby of the Royal Artillary at the Military Barracks at Newcastle
Item:183173
Surname:Newcastle Barracks
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Source:Historical Records of Australia
Details:Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg {Extract} The case of the Newcastle Barracks is as follows: - In 1837, it was determined to rebuild these Barracks, but, the old site not being deemed eligible for the new Buildings five and a half acres of land have been taken from the glebe of the Church of England, and, after giving one acre in exchange which was particularly wanted by the Church, a sum of 818 has been taken out of the land fund to pay for the remainder, under an arrangement which was sanctioned by Sir Richard Bourke on the 25th October 1837. HRA, Series 1 vol. XIX p.594)
Item:78471
Surname:Newcastle convict barracks
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Date:1827 22 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:60 prisoners confined; only half had a blanket. Building in disrepair with rain pouring through the roof during last storm
Item:78488
Surname:Newcastle Convict Barracks
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Date:1827 28 September
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Old convict barracks to be sold by auction
Item:78493
Surname:Newcastle Convict Barracks
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Date:1827 5 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Buildings used as a carpenter and wheelwright shop to be converted to convict barrack for prisoners at Newcastle. Upper room for sleeping, lower as a mess room. Prisoners removed from the old barrack previous Saturday
Item:111107
Surname:Newcastle Convict Barracks
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Date:1831 21 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Superintendent of Public Works at Newcastle intending to convert the Prisoner's Barracks at Newcastle into a hospital. Tenders called
Item:125498
Surname:Newcastle Convict Barracks
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Date:1831 25 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Tender called for Alteration to the Prisoner's Barracks at Newcastle. To be converted into a Hospital
Item:54045
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1837 24 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:BB
Details:Mr. Hudson contractor employed to build Military Barracks
Item:82143
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1836 2 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:Monitor
Details:Captain Barney proceeding to Newcastle to approve the site for an intended Military Barrack
Item:82145
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1836 6 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:CJ
Details:The Governor, Captain Barney and Captain Nicholson proceeding to Newcastle to witness the comencement of the new Military Barracks at the locality of the Parsonage Grounds
Item:82151
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1836 7 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Tenders called for building the Military Barracks
Item:82182
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1836 25 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Lieutenant Lugard moving to Newcastle to superintend building the Military Barracks
Item:82199
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1837 5 June
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Source:SH
Details:Stone for the foundation of the barracks being prepared by convicts at Goat Island. First load to go on the brig 'Governor Philip'
Item:82973
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1851 9 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:MM
Details:8 rooms 36ft by 24ft and 4 rooms 18ft by 10 ft with front verandah and warehouses. Tenders called to rent the premises
Item:83165
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1851 16 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:MM
Details:Farewell concert by Amateur Ethiopian Serenaders held at the Military barracks
Item:88173
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1840 17 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:CJ
Details:5 1/2 acres of land belonging to the Church of England exchanged for 1 acre want by the church. New military barracks erected on the 5 1/2 acres
Item:88208
Surname:Newcastle Military Barracks
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Date:1841 11 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:HRG
Details:Description of Military barracks. Artificial mound in front of the building made by convicts. Two separate spacious houses in the same line as the barracks built for the officers. Offices at the rear

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