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Item: 167350
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Commissioner Edward
Ship: -
Date: 8 December 1838
Place: Liverpool Plains
Source: The Colonist
Details: Commissioner of Crown Lands and Assistant Protector of the Aborigines. Proceeding by the steamer Tamar to Maitland on his way to his future station at Liverpool Plains. Took with him six prisoners of the Crown, selected from among the transported soldiers in Government employment to act as a mounted guard under his orders for the suppression of hostilities


 
Item: 189678
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Commissioner Edward
Ship: -
Date: 6 October 1838
Place: -
Source: The Colonist
Details: Edward Mayne Esq., of Kenmore, Goulburn, appointed Magistrate of the Territory and a Commissioner of Crown Lands in the colony of NSW. District No. 6 comprisong the country adjacent to the county of Brisbane including Liverpool Plains and the stations to the northward of it on all waters flowing into the Rivers Peel and Namoi


 
Item: 9595
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1843 4 November
Place: Liverpool Plains
Source: MM
Details: Obtained licence to depasture stock at Liverpool Plains


 
Item: 35356
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1847 15 September
Place: Dungog
Source: MM
Details: Witness in trial of William Simpson


 
Item: 121577
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1841 8 October
Place: Peel River
Source: GG
Details: Nicholas de Garis per 'Emma Eugenia' absconded from service


 
Item: 121583
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1841 8 October
Place: Peels River
Source: GG
Details: George Reynolds per 'Lord Lyndoch' absconded from service


 
Item: 122193
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1842 19 August
Place: Peel River
Source: GG
Details: Isaac Norman per 'Prince George' absconded from service


 
Item: 189680
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 6 June 1843
Place: Liverpool Plains district
Source: Australasian Chronicle
Details: Francis Allman, the younger, Esq., appointed Commissioner of Crown Lands beyong the limits of location in the room of Edward Mayne Esq.,


 
Item: 189681
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 14 Jun 1845
Place: Liverpool Plains district
Source: The Weekly Register of Politics, Facts and General Literature
Details: The original Border Police, established in 1839, consisted entirely of military convicts, who had been transported to the colony principally for military offences. For this very novel idea we are indebted to Mr. Edward Mayne, formerly a Border Commissioner in the District of Liverpool Plains. And there can be little doubt that so long as eligible men of this class were available for this purpose, there was every indication of a favourable result to this experiment. But gradually the choice of men became more and more restricted, until latterly persons of exceptionable character were of necessity drafted into the corps


 
Item: 189682
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 12 July 1844
Place: Sydney
Source: Accounts and Papers of the House of Commons Volume 32 - Correspondence Relative to Crown Lands and Immigration
Details: Edward Mayne, formerly Commissioner of Crown Lands at Liverpool Plains was examined re Crown Lands and the Border Police and Native Police


 
Item: 189677
Surname: Mayne
First Name: Edward
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 25 April 1838
Place: Sydney
Source: Sydney Monitor
Details: Edward Mayne Esq., and Captain Robert Mayne, formerly of the 86th regt., cabin passengers on the Kinnear from the Downs



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