Allan's Ford bridge : return to address, Mr. Rutledge--July 16 1852

Corporate Author: Committee Representing the Interests of Warrnambool in Obtaining a Portion of Grant for Roads and Bridges
Other Authors: Allan, John McMahon, 1808-1877, Allan, William Osborne, 1810-1860, Barber, George, 1814-1897, Chamberlain, Robert Deane, 1815-1877, Chisholm, John Moffat, Coulstock, James, 1815 or 1816-1876, Craig, John Hollins, 1817-1884, Davidson, John, Gray, William Nairn, ca. 1807-1854, Lennox, David, 1788-1873, Lonsdale, William, 1799-1864, MacDonald, John, McDowell, William, Manifold, Thomas, 1809-1875, Osborne, Thomas Hamilton, 1806?-1853, Osburne, Richard, 1825-1895, Perrin, J., Ritchie, John, 1810?-1887, Rusden, George William, 1819-1903, Russell, Alexander, 1810?-1867, Rutledge, William, 1806-1876, Watson, Thomas b. 1806, Scott, Robert Dunbar, 1822-1896, Port Phillip (N.S.W.: District). Superintendent (1839-1851 : La Trobe), Victoria. Bridge Office, Victoria. Colonial Secretary's Office, Victoria. Surveyor-General's Dept.
Published: Melbourne : Printed by John Ferres at the Government Printing Office, 1852
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1852-53
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Item Description: "Laid upon the Council table, by the Colonial Secretary by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed, November 5 1852"
Chiefly comprises correspondence 26 Oct. 1850 to 13 Feb. 1852 between David Lennox (supt. of Bridges) and C. J. Latrobe (supt. Port Phillip District) nd between David Lennox and William Lonsdale (sub-treasurer Port Phillip District then colonial secretary Victoria)
Includes Nov. 1850 correspondence from "Certain Inhabitants of Port Fairy" (George Barber, R[obert Deane] Chamberlain, Thomas Manifold, T[homas] H[amilton] Osborne, John Ritchie, Alexander Russell and William Rutledge) to C. J. Latrobe (p. 2-4) together with Latrobe's 10 Dec. 1850 reply to William Rutledge (p. 4)
Includes 30 Dec. 1850 correspondence from "Certain Inhabitants of Warrnambool" (J. N. W. [i.e. John McMahon] Allen, William Allen, F. M. [i.e. John Moffatt] Chisholm, James Coulstock, John H[ollins] Craig, John Davidson, William McDowell and R[ichard] Osbourne [i.e. Osburne] to C. J. Latrobe (p. 5-6) together with Latrobe's 8 January 1850 [i.e. 1851] reply to William Allan ... and the Gentlemen (p. 7)
Includes 18 Jan 1851 correspondence to C. J. Latrobe from J[ohn] Macdonald (sec. Warrnambool Permanent Committee Respecting Government Aid for Roads and Bridges) (p. 7-8) together with 27 Jan 1851 reply from William Lonsdale (p. 8)
Includes 30 June/8 Sept. 1851 correspondence from William N[airn] Gray (crown lands commissioner Portland Bay District) to [Edward] Bell (p. 9,10), William Gray's 6 Oct 1851 reply to the Colonial Secretary's forwarding of Lennox's letter of 26 Sept. 1851 to him (Colonial Secretary) (p. 11), and Gray's 31 Oct letter to the Colonial Sec. respecting the site of the Allan's Ford Bridge (p. 12-13)
Includes 7 April 1851 report of J. Perrin, assistant to the Supt. of Bridges, respecting the bridge over the Hopkins River and the road from thence to Timboon (p. 9), 28th Nov. 1851 letter from Perrin to David Lennox (p. 14-15), and Perrin's 22 Jan. 1852 report to David Lennox respecting the bridge over the Hopkins and the country between warrnambool and Timboon on the south side of Emu Creek (p. 18-19)
Includes 22 August 1851 letter to David Lennox from J. N. W. [i.e. John McMahon] Allan of "Tooman" [i.e. Tooram Run], River Hopkins (p. 10)
Includes 20 Nov. 1851 letter from R[obert] Hoddle (surveyor-general) to the Colonial Secretary forwarding asst. surveyor [Thomas] Watson's 6 Nov. 1851 report on the proposed road from Allan's Ford towards Timboon (p. 13-14) and further correspondence of 29 Jan. 1852 re. Robert Scott's report (p. 19)
Includes 21st Nov. 1851 letter from John W. [i.e. John McMahon] Allan, James Coulstock and John Davidson to J. Perrin re. Thomas Watson's report (p. 15)
Includes correspondence of 13 Jan. & 13 Feb. 1851 from G[eorge] W[illiam] Rusden (for the Colonial Secretary) to David Lennox (p. 17,19) and Rusden's letter of 13 Feb. 1852 to the Surveyor-General (Robert Hoddle) p. 21
Includes Robert Scott's report on a line of road ... from Allan's Ford on the River Hopkins bearing in the direction of Timboon p. 20
Other mentions: A - G: John Allan 6,10.13?,14?, William Allan 6,7, Allan's Ford [1],9,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21, Arden's Inn (Lower Wannon River) [1], [Thomas] Ayre[s] and [Thomas] Richardson's Station [i.e. Keayang Run] 14,15,18, George Barber 2,3, Barongarook Creek? [given as Colac River]] [1], Barwon River [1], Basin Lake (near Timboon) 19, A[ndrew] Baxter 2,3, Belfast Bridge or Moyne River Bridge 3,4,5,6, Belfast Police District 2,3,5, Mr [Edward] Bell 9,10, [Niel?] Black's Station 8,9, Blackwood Flat 14, Robert Bourke 3, Bridge Office (Melb.) [1],2,8,10,11,12,15,16,17, Brucknel Creek (also known as Cudje Creek) 9,13,14,15,16,17,18,20, [given as Cudje Creek] 7,13,15,17,18,19, Buckley's Falls [1], Alexander Campbell 2, Capt. S. Carr 3, R. D. Chamberlain 2,3, F. M./J. M./J. N. [i.e. John Moffatt] Chisholm 3,5,6, James Coulstock 6, Cowie's Creek [1], John Cox 2,3, J[ohn] H[ollins] Craig 6, Crawford River [1], Darlington (given as Elephant Bridge) 9,19, John Davidson 6, James Dawson 3, Thomas Denny 6, A[lexander] C. W. Dunlop 3, Captain [John] Eddington 3, Emu Creek (also called Black's River) 7,11,12,13,14,15,17,18,19, England 16, [Stephen] Ewen's bridge/Hill 19, [Stephen] Ewan's [i.e. Ewen's] station [Marida Yallock] 14, [Stephen] Ewen's Homestead [Marida Yallock] 20, Mr Ewing's [i.e Stephen Ewens?] 13, Farey and Rogers [i.e. Claude Farie and George Rodger's Konawarren Run) 19, Claud Farie 2,3,19, [Flemington] Race Course [1], H[enry] Foster 2,3,10, Geelong [1],2,3,4,19,20, General Wants' Committee for the Police District of Belfast 2,3,5,6, [Henry] Gottreaux 2,3, C[harles] Gray 2,3, [William N. Gray] Commissioner of Crown Lands, Portland Bay District 8,10,11,12,13,14,15,17, Gt. Britain. Australian Constitutions Act 1850 c. 59 [given as Imperial Act for the separation of Port Phillip from the Sydney District 2 / Australian Colonies act 2 / Separation Act 3]
Other mentions H - Y: [William] Hamilton's [Yallock or Yalloak Run] 9, [Robert Hoddle] Surveyor General 11,13,15,16,21, William Hopkins 16,17 (given only as "the Contractor" 8,9,10,11,12,15,16,17,18), Hopkins Falls [Cudgee, Vic.] 8,9,12,14,15,16,20 (also given as Warun Falls 14), Hopkins River 2,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,20, Hopkins River Bridge (at Allan's Ford) 2,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20, James Irvine 2,3, Keayang Run (given as Ayre and Richardson's Station) 14,15,18, William Keith 2,3, J[ames] M[ylne] Knight 2, Konawarren Run (given as Farey and Rogers 19, [Charles J. La Trobe] usually given as your Honor or the Lieut.-Governor 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,12,13,16,17,19,20,21, Lake Ellingamite [i.e. Elingamite] 20, Lake Terang Reserve 13, Lake Timboon [given as Timboon Lake] 9, Legislative Council 2,3, Leigh River [1], [David Lennox] Supt. of Bridges 7-8,9,10,11,12,13,14,20, M. McCartney 2,3, William McDowell 2,3,6, Charles McKnight 2,3, Thomas Manifold 2,3, Marida Yallock Run (give as Ewan's Station 14, Ewen's Homestead 20), [Stewart] Matthews' Inn [1], Melbourne [1],2,3,4,8,9,10,11,12,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21, Merri River [1],5,6, Merri River/Woodford Bridge [1],3,4,5,6,7,9, Moonee Ponds [1], Mount Alexander 16, Mount Emu Creek 20, Mount Noorat [Mount Morart] 18,19,20, Mount Warrnambool 18,19, Mount Williams [i.e. Mount William Plains Run?] 18, Moyne [River] 4,5,6,9,18, New South Wales 2, Mark Nicholson 3, W. Nicholson 2, [Francis] Ormond's Inn [1], Richard Osbourne 6, T. H. Osborne 2,3,6, Mr. [J.] Perrin 8,9,10,13,15,16,17,19,20, Mr Plum[m]er (flour mill owner Warrnambool) 13, Port Fairy 2,4,9,11,17,18,19,20, [given as Belfast] 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,13, Port Phillip District [1],2,3,6,7, Portland [1], Portland Bay [Pastoral] District 11,12,13, [Robert] Richardson and [Hugh] Scott's station [Forest Station no. 2?] 13, [Thomas] Richardson's [i.e. Keayang] 9, J[ohn] Ritchie 2,3, Dr [Alexander] Russell 2,3, R[ichard] Rutledge 2,3, William Rutledge 2,3,4 Saltwater River [1], Andrew Scales 3, Mr [Robert] Scott (surveyor) 9,18,19,21, Mr Simpson 6, Mr Surveyor [Alexander John] Skene 8,9,13,14,15,18,19,20, Stag Inn (Belfast) 2, Mr Steint 10, William Symes 2, Taylor's River 8,9, Tea Tree Creek [1], Timboon 5,6,7,8,9,12,13,15,16,17,18,19,20,21, Tooman [=Tooram] run 10, R[oderick] Urquhart 2,3, 6, Vic. Crown Solicitor 17, Vic. Surveyor-General's Dept. (given as Survey Office Melbourne 11, Survey Department 16, Walker's Inn (Crawford River) [1], Lower Wannon River [1], Warrnambool [1],2,3,5,6,7,8,9,11,13,14,15,17,18,19,20, Warrnambool Permanent Committee respecting Government aid for Roads and Bridges in that District 7, (given as Warrnambool Public Wants' Committee 9,14,17, Warrnambool Wants Committee 18, and General Want's Committee 15,) Warun Falls 14, Mr Surveyor [Thomas] Watson 11,12,13,14,15,16,19, Werribee River [1], Western District 2,3,4,5,7,8, Woady Yaloak River [1], Woodford [1],3,4,5,6,7,18,19, R[obert] H[enry] Woodward 2 and Mr [Phillip?] Young [Warrmambool?] 18
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BOUND IN 1852/53 VOLUME 2 p. [207-231]
Physical Description: iv, 21p. ; 33cm.