Sir William Deane

the things that matter
  • 262 Pages
  • 2.29 MB
  • English
Hodder , Sydney
Deane, W. P. Sir, 1931-, Governors general -- Australia -- Biography., Australia -- Politics and government -- 1945-, Australia -- Social conditions -- 20th cen



StatementTony Stephens.
LC ClassificationsDU117.2.D43 S74 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 262 p., [8] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3648590M
ISBN 100733615287
LC Control Number2002489554

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He was the eldest son and heir of Sir Walter Denys (d. ) of Siston in Gloucestershire, by his 2nd wife Agnes Danvers, 2nd daughter & co-heiress of Sir Robert Danvers (died ) of Epwell, Oxfordshire, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas (–).The Inquisition post mortem of his father Sir Walter, datedstates William his son and heir to have then been "aged 35 years.

Sir William Deane. Sir William Deane was born on 4 January in Melbourne. His parents were Mr C.A. Deane, MC, and Mrs Lillian Deane who are both now deceased. He was educated at St. Christopher's Convent in Canberra, St. Joseph's College in Sydney and Sydney University where he graduated in Arts and Law.

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Share. He was there at the many of the significant events of the 20th and early 21st century - from the Port Arthur memorial service /5(13). 'Sir William Deane: The Things That Matter' is a sympathetic profile of this popular public figure who, as governor-general, was concerned with issues still very much on the agenda today.

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The book, however, has been written for a general readership of ‘the people themselves’, the men and women of Australia whom Sir William Deane served as governor-general in In his preface, Stephens states that his book is ‘not a biography, although it contains a considerable amount of biographical detail.’.

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Sir William DeaneAuthor: Stephens Tony. There the matter might have rested, with the former governor-general maintaining a dignified silence, had not another series of broadsides, spurred by Windschuttle's new book, The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, provoked Deane into replying yesterday.

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The Governor-General Sir William Deane has finished his term with a plea for Australia to focus on the needs of the disadvantaged and with regret. Sir William Deane urges Australians to reflect on their own migrant journeys Former governor general says his ancestors 'sought asylum on this side of the world from the devastation of the great.

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Citation for the Conferral of. Doctor of Arts (honoris causa) William Patrick Deane was born in St. Kilda, Melbourne in He was educated at St Christopher’s Convent in Canberra; St Joseph’s College in Sydney; and the University of Sydney, where he graduated in arts and law and shared the University.

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Sir William (or Walter) Denne Knight of Denne Hill, sat in Parliament for the City of Canterbury in 19 Edward II () and for the County of Kent in 14 Edward III (). William de Dene, who in the 10th year of Edward II obtained a charter of free-warren for his several manors in this county.

The Sydney Peace Prize was presented to Sir William Deane by Patrick Dodson, at the Great Hall, University of Sydney.

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Sir William Deane was born in Melbourne in In Julyhe was appointed a Justice of the High Court of Australia, and on the 10th of November he was appointed Governor-General by the Labor Prime Minister Paul.

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Sir William Deane: the things that matter by Tony Stephens (Recording) The Governor General of Australia Sir William Deane is saluted by Australia's Federation Guard at the commemoration of Centenary of Federation in Centennial Park, 1st January by Wendy McDougall (Visual).

Deane and wife vs. Young - William Deane and Mary, his wife. Deane's wife was only child of Patrick Cooke. Her guardian was Hugh Young, her uncle.

Deane and wife were married Plaintiff says Deane and wife were never married, because the wife is under age. Replication says they were married by Rev. Ichabod Camp, minister of Church of.William Dean Howells, (born March 1,Martins Ferry, Ohio, U.S.—diedNew York City), U.S. novelist and critic, the dean of late 19th-century American letters, the champion of literary realism, and the close friend and adviser of Mark Twain and Henry James.

The son of an itinerant printer and newspaper editor, Howells grew up in various Ohio towns and began work early as a.