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General Laidley portrait lithograph

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General Laidley


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Antique print relating to Australia


James Laidley (1786-1835) arrived in Sydney in 1827 to become New South Wales Commissary General. He was also a foundation member of the Australian Racing Club in 1828. Laidley's Plains in Queensland was named in his honour by the botanist Allan Cunningham. For further further biographical details:

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One small spot in image area. A few tiny black spots in title area.

Additional Information

artist Anon.
method Tinted lithograph
date C1885
size 265mm by 205mm (sheet)
SKU AU7200