The Merchant of Sydney

The Merchant of Sydney

James Chisholm 1772-1837

Book - 2015
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"James Chisholm was an important pioneer of colonial Australia, contributing to its business and banking, democratic processes and pastoral industry, yet historians have ignored him for two hundred years. He left his native Scotland as a young soldier and travelled half way around the world to a new land where from being a corporal in the Rum Corps he rose to become a leading merchant in Sydney. In a life characterised by faith, loyalty, family and self-improvement, this gruff but quietly spoken Scot, of ?genial and kindly disposition?, commanded wide respect and made his mark on a new society."--Back cover.
Publisher: North Melbourne : [2015]. Australian Scholarly,
ISBN: 9781925333282
Branch Call Number: B 994.02092 MAXW
Characteristics: 335 pages, 26 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), portraits, maps, facsimiles ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Pugh, Alex

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