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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 334 pages of information about An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, Volume 2.

The following is a statement of the ground granted and leased to individuals by the different persons who were thereto authorised, from the 22nd of February 1792, the date of the first, to the 25th of September 1800, the date of the last grant.

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---------- Granted by:  Phillip Grose Paterson Hunter Total DISTRICTS WHERE GRANTED ------------------------------------------------------------
----- At Parramatta 460 845 100 741 2,146 At Toongabbie — 420 160 4,734 5,314 At Sydney — 349 80 40 469 At the Northern Boundary Farms 370 80 125 150 725 At the Ponds 660 200 20 80 960 At Prospect Hill 810 275 — 835 1,920 At the Eastern Farms 450 170 190 1,516 2,326 At the Field of Mars 590 905 760 1,420 3,675 At Mulgrave Place — 2,040 2,475 6,820 11,335 At Liberty Plains — 530 100 830 1,480 At Concord — 710 325 140 1,175 At York Place — — 50 330 360 At Bu-la-nam-ing — 565 30 1,516 2,111 At Petersham Hill — 2,140 410 2,015 4,565 At Hunter’s Hill — 850 — 74 924 In Port Jackson Harbour — 390 140 195 725 At Banks Town — — — 3,247 3,247 At Dundas District — — — 700 700 At Norfolk Island 49 205 — 3,267 3,521 ------------------------------------------------------------
----- Total granted by each 3,389 10,674 4,965 28,650 47,678 ------------------------------------------------------------
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DISTRICTS WHERE LEASED

In the township of Sydney 30 27 2 431/4 1021/4 In the township of Parramatta — — — 47 47 In the township of Toongabbie — — — 30 30 At Mulgrave Place — — — 12 12 At Norfolk Island — — — 265 265 -------------------
---------------------------------------------- Total leased by each 30 27 2 3971/4 4561/4 -----------------------------------------
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It may not be altogether uninteresting to those who may wish for information respecting the concerns of this settlement, to find a register of the shipping which has visited New South Wales from various parts of the globe; whereby it will be seen, that, in however insignificant or contemptible a point of view the colony may in general have been held, individuals have found in it either a port of refreshment after the fatigues of a long voyage, or an advantageous market for their

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