Grand reform banquet. Demonstration in favour of the immediate establishment of representative institutions in this colony, to be held at the Britannia Saloon, on Thursday, the 1st March, 1849.
Reference Number: Eph-D-POLITICS-1849-01
Chairman John Dorset. Vice Chairmen listed: Major Baker, J.P; Kenneth Bethune, Esq.; J Boddington, esq.; Captain E Daniell, J.P.; J. Johnston, esq.; James Kelham, esq., J.P.; William Lyon, esq.; A. M'Donald, esq., J.P.; Samuel Revans, esq.; W.B. Rhodes, esq.Stewards: Messrs: A. de B. Brandon, F. Bradey, Richard Barton, William Dorset, J.E. Featherston M.D., William Fox J.P., Major Hornbrook, W.S.Loxley, D.M. Laurie, J. Marriott, John M'Beth, Thomas M'Kenzie, Robert Park, E. Roe, George Rhodes, Joseph Rhodes, David Scott, George Scott, James Smith, J. Varnham, W.E. Vincent, R. Waitt, John Wallace, J.h. Wallace, George Waters, Thomas Waters, John Wade, F.A. Weld.Signed by the secretary, W.E. Vincent.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Political posters, Ephemera and Letterpress works, related to John Dorset, Edward Daniell, Rt Hon Sir William Fox, John Johnston, William Edward Vincent, Major Alfred Hornbrook, John Wallace, Hon Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, John Wade, Richard Baker, Robert Waitt, George Waters, John McBeth, James Boddington, A Mcdonald, Edward Roe, David Scott, George Scott, George Rhodes, Thomas Wilmor McKenzie, Dr Isaac Earl Featherston, William Barnard Rhodes, James Kelham, William Lyon, Thomas Waters, Samuel Revans, John Howard Wallace, D Laurie, Robert Park, Joseph Rhodes, John Rowe Varnham, Kenneth Bethune, William Dorset, Alfred de Bathe Brandon, William Smart Loxley, Francis Bradey, Wellington Independent (Newspaper. 1845-1874), James Smith, Richard Barton, James Henry Marriott, Britannia Saloon, Wellington City, Wellington Region (N.Z.) - Politics and government and Constitutions.
Grand reform banquet. Demonstration in favour of the immediate establishment of representative institutions in this colony, to be held at the Britannia Saloon, on Thursday, the 1st March, 1849., Reference Number Eph-D-POLITICS-1849-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Letterpress on paper, 460 x 288 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom left: Wellington, February 23, 1849; Recto - bottom right: Printed at the "Independent" office, Lambton Quay.
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