The Australian encyclopædia

The Australian encyclopædia

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In Ireland the number of persons committed for trial decreased by three- quarters during the period 1849-56; and in 1858-61 it was found impossible to supply Western Australia with more than an average of 300 convicts annually, though the colony was prepared to take 1000. This change was attributed to the general increase in prosperity, and to the effect of penal reforms instituted at home. The home office was not anxious to continue transportation, except perhaps on a small scaleanbsp;...

Title:The Australian encyclopædia
Author: Arthur Wilberforce Jose, Herbert James Carter
Publisher: - 1926

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