Book III.

Chapter II.

Transportation: Copy of a communication upon the subject of Transportation addressed to Earl Grey by the Lord Bishop of Tasmania. Reprinted for private distribution to the heads of families only. Launceston: Henry Dowling, 1848.

Report of a Select Committee [ut supra], 1837. Evidence of Ernest Augustus Slade, Esq.—Q. 870. Ibidem, 1838: Evidence of James Mudie, Esq.—Q. 804–813.

Chapter IX.

“Backhouse's Narrative” [ut supra]: Appendix, lxxvi.

Chapter X.

“Van Diemen's Land Annual,” 1838 [ut supra], pp. 12–33: “Old Tales,” etc. [ut supra]. The Last of Macquarie Harbour, pp. 147–156.

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Chapter XV.

Report of a Select Committee [ut supra], 1838: Evidence of E. A. Slade, Esq.—Q. 1,882–1,892.

Ibidem: Appendix No ii., E.

Chapter XX.

Report of a Select Committee [ut supra], 1837: Evidence of John Russell, Esq., Asst.-Surgeon 63rd Regiment.—Q. 426–615.

Ibidem: Evidence of Colonel Geo. Arthur.—Q. 4,510–4,548.

Chapters XXIII., XXIV., XXVI.

“The Adventures of Martin Cash, the Bushranger.” Hobart Town: J. L. Burke, 1870. pp. 64–70.

“Van Diemen's Land Annual” [ut supra], 1829: Visit to Port Arthur. Account of the Devil's Blow-hole.

Chapter XXVII.

Report of a Select Committee [ut supra], 1832, Appendix I., No. 56 C. and D. Deposition of Alexander Pierce and official statements of trial and execution of Pierce and Cox for murder and cannibalism.

“The Bushrangers,” by James Bonwick, Esq. Article—“Port Arthur.”