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This reprint follows the text of the original in all its vagaries of style, spelling, and punctuation. The only modifications made are corrections of a few obvious misprints; ot, for instance, has been silently changed to to.
Students and others interested in our literature now have ready access to the text of the first Australian novel as printed just over a hundred and thirty years ago. Any student who works in the field of early Tasmanian printing, especially where Henry Savery is concerned, is essentially dependent on the pioneer work of Dr.
My own debt to him, as writer and man, is very considerable, and I most gratefully acknowledge it. This reprint is by his permission dedicated to him.
Other Tasmanians to whom my warm thanks are due are Dr.
Stilwell, and Miss M. The officers of the Mitchell Library have most willingly given that help to which students have been so long accustomed; the Trustees of the State Library of Victoria have granted permission to make use of four Savery letters in the Calder Papers; the National Library at Canberra has provided on inter-library loan its microfilms of early issues of The Times London ; the officers of the University of Queensland Library—and here I must especially thank Mr.
Spencer Routh—have helped me in various ways with cheerful readiness. Russel Ward of Armidale has generously drawn on his unrivalled stores to answer certain queries; Sir J.
Ferguson graciously allowed me access to a rare edition of The Newgate Calendar in his possession; and I am grateful to Professor A.
Cawley for a patient reading of the biographical introduction. Overseas help has come from Mr. Haugh, City Librarian of Bristol, whose unworried competence and long patience have saved me weeks of work. Hill of Paignton, Devon, a special debt is due for his kindness in providing a transcript of certain parts of Mary Wise Savery Hawkins's copy of the John Savery genealogical manuscript.
The editors of the Western Morning News Plymouth and the Western Times and Gazette Exeter were kind enough to publish in their columns letters requesting information.
Both editor and publisher are grateful to the Mitchell Library for permission to use a microfilm of its copy for the preparation of this reprint. I have, finally, to thank the Senate of the University of Queensland for granting me research funds for work on this project.
Bibliography An early work on the colonial printers is James Bonwick: Early Struggles of the Australian Press London, The standard work is E.
Pressmen and Governors Sydney, With it should be mentioned Miller's pamphlet, which deals with both Savery and Mary Grimstone: Australia's First Two Novels Hobart, History of Tasmania 2v. The Convict Ships Glasgow, The great authoritative bibliography is J.
Bibliography of Australia 4v. Contemporary sources are the English newspapers: Some correspondence concerning Savery is reprinted in the Historical Records of Australia series iii, vols. The relevant historical documents of the period come from the normal sources: The State Library of Tasmania has a card index of the Savery references that are held in its Archives.
Biographical Introduction In August there died in a mental hospital, at an advanced age, Mary Wise Savery Hawkins, penniless and without ascertainable relatives.
She had spent, so it was reported, many years of her life and all her resources in trying to prove descent from Sir John Hawkins of Plymouth, the Elizabethan sea-dog.
Among her papers was a document, dated July 24th,by one John Savery, from whom Mary Hawkins was apparently descended.The Resurrection of the Body..
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