On the day of his arrival, Captain Arthur Phillip declared the area that became the colony of New South Wales to be a British possession. This landing started the first permanent European settlement on this island continent.
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Phillip was appointed Governor of New South Wales, the first European colony on the Australian continent, and was the founder of the site which is now the city of Sydney. The First Fleet, of 11 ships, set sail on 13 May Phillip soon decided that this site, chosen on the recommendation of Sir Joseph Banks, who had accompanied James Cook inwas not suitable, since it had poor soil, no secure anchorage and no reliable water source.
After some exploration Phillip decided to go on to Port Jackson, and on 26 January the marines and convicts were landed at Sydney Cove, which Phillip named after Lord Sydney.Where can I find a speech given by Captain Arthur Phillip on January 26 ?
The organisation of Australian Nativism website claims a speech was given by Captain Arthur Phillip at the flag raising ceremony on arrival at Sydney Cove on January 26, The site contains an excerpt of the speech given by Phillip.
Arthur Phillip. On May 13, Captain Arthur Phillip led a fleet of 11 ships on a day journey halfway around the world from Portsmouth, England, to New South Wales.
Page 56 56 SHELBY AND HIS MEN; OR, which but the day before, mayhap, had been heaped upon some comrade tried and true. The dew came down heavily alike upon the living and the dead. The dew came down heavily alike upon the living and the dead. A bronze bust donated by Sir Edward Hallstrom on the shore of Sydney Cove where Phillip landed with the First Fleet commemorates Captain Arthur Phillip, the first Governor of New South Wales.
Originally unveiled in , the bust was relocated to First Government House Place outside the Museum of Sydney and unveiled on the 28th August to commemorate .
The Boston Red Sox celebrate after Game 5 of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Red Sox won to win the series 4 games to 1. (David J.
Phillip/AP). [FEDERAL LAW REPORT] SUPREME COURT OF NORTHERN TERRITORY MILIRRPUM AND OTHERS v.
NABALCO PTY. LTD. AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Gove land rights case - Milirrpum v Nabalco Pty Ltd, () 17 FLR - was the first litigation on Native Title in Australia.