Convict transportation and colonial independence

, the Bishop of Tasmania asserted. Under such circumstances, it was ‘not much to be wondered at’ if even the best of the men began ‘a downward Progress’. 106 On Norfolk Island, Naylor likewise alleged, ‘the comparatively innocent and the thoroughly degraded are . . . thrown together’ and ‘novices are . . . initiated into . . . the mysteries of crime’. The ‘English farm labourer, the

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Race and the migrant self
Satadru Sen

context of an English institution. Wisden wrote about him: When he first began to be talked about, the statement gained currency that he knew nothing whatever of cricket before coming to England to complete his education, but on this point Ranjitsinhji has himself put the world right. It is true that when he went up to Cambridge he had nearly everything of the real science of cricket to learn, but he had played the game in his school days in India, and was by no means such an entire novice as

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John H. Arnold and Peter Biller

Constance – who made a feast that day for the heretics – and Fayens the mother of William of Toulouse, and others whom he does not remember came there to see them. And all of them adored the said heretics there. He also says that that the said heretics and the same witness together with them from there went on the road <called> De posa raiba , and entered the house of a certain woman who was the mistress of Raymond Roger, who lived next to the house of Pons of Capdenier, and they were there for about 8 days. 15

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This chapter contains the translated and annotated text of Regino of Prüm’s Chronicle.

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was owed to their office, rebuked the people for their sins, and rebuked the new teachings of Luther. They bade the people obey the precepts and rites of the Church; they taught that one should fast, and pray, and that other good works should be pursued, so that we may make a worthy return of penitence for our sins. For this reason it surely happened, that the Lutherans were more persuasive to the people, while the Catholic orators were hateful to them – to such an extent that in many cities frivolous youths, novices, and recently converted Lutherans, even those whose

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