5 thoughts on “Ask A Broadsheet Historian

  1. RuilleBuille

    Duffy was convicted of ‘seditious conspiracy in relation to a proposed Monster meeting in Clontarf. He was never transported and did become Premier of Victoria.

  2. V

    Partly true, and tbf one way or another they were Immigrants to those Countries

    Whether it was a consequence of escaping persecution as God fearing Christians, or as passengers on a prisoner ship
    Or they were the just regular economic migrants – regular in the sense that we are all share membership of that status somewhere in our lives or in our near family
    Is all neither here nor there to the point I’m attempting to make

    What matters is that America, Canada, and Oz were the better for them

    just saying

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