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  • Author:
    Edgar F. Penzig
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    0958765030
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    978-0958765039
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    Tranter Enterprises (1989)
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    139 pages
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The book contains many never before published documents, facts and photographs, it is a definitive history of the notorious Dan Morgan the bushranger, whose criminal career spanned from 1854 until his death in 1865. Seller Inventory 108242.

Penzig, edgar f. Published by Katoomba; Tranter Enterprises; 1989. The book contains many never before published documents, facts and photographs, it is a definitive history of the notorious Dan Morgan the bushranger, whose criminal career spanned from 1854 until his death in 1865. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Results (1 - 1) of 1.

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Dan Morgan was a murderer with a £1000 price on his head. Two biographies have been written about Morgan: Margaret Carnegie's Morgan: The Bold Bushranger (1974), and Edgar F. Penzig's Morgan the Murderer (1989). Senior Sergeant Smyth gave his life while in the pursuit of Morgan who although a tourist attraction these days put fear in the people of the district in the 1860s. Morgan, shot and killed at Peechelba Station. Penzig's Morgan the Murderer (1989)

In 1924 J. P. Morgan, Jr. gave his father's extraordinary library to the public. The most influential financier in this country's history, Pierpont Morgan was also a voracious collector.

In 1924 J. He bought on an astonishing scale, collecting art objects in virtually every medium, including the rare books, manuscripts, drawings, prints, and ancient artifacts that are the core of The Morgan Library & Museum's holdings.

John Fuller (aka Dan Morgan; 30 April 1830 – 9 April 1865) was an Australian bushranger. A memorial to Senior Sergeant Thomas Smyth, aged 29. A member of the NSW Police Force shot by bushranger Dan Morgan in the surrounding hills on 4 September 1864. After he killed a trooper in July 1864, the New South Wales government put a £1,000 bounty on his head. He was shot and killed after holding up the McPherson family at Peechelba Station in Victoria. Senior Sergeant Smyth received a gunshot wound to his left shoulder and convalesced at the Imperial Hotel, Death.

Morgan the murderer: a definitive history of the bushranger Dan Morgan by Edgar R. Australian bushrangers: an illustrated history by George Boxall.

EXTRAORDINARY MURDERS

EXTRAORDINARY MURDERS. This morning, about three o'clock, the inhabitants of the Quartier St. Roch were aroused from sleep by a succession of terrific shrieks, issuing, apparently, from the fourth story of a house in the Rue Morgue, known to be in the sole occupancy of one Madame L'Espanaye, and her daughter Mademoiselle Camille L'Espanaye. After some delay, occasioned by a fruitless attempt to procure admission in the usual manner, the gateway was broken in with a crowbar, and eight or ten of the neighbors entered accompanied by two gendarmes