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An acre, and in 1840 to £1. Franklin (rightly) foresaw that this would stop all sales but in his colony they were by that time few. Gipps, on the other hand, was ready to defend the policy, though he had not advised it. He wanted, as was his duty, to husband an Imperial asset, and he insisted that although it was undoubtedly true that not all Crown land was worth this price (and in the very depressed year of 1844, only 4,000 acres were disposed of), when it was worth less it would not be sold until colonial development increased its value.

Imperial officials, like newspaper readers, found that rapid communication did not necessarily enhance understanding. Would administrators stop using the mail steamers? 44 But Bowen did not act as if he quite believed it, 39 The Times, 26 December 1872. The Press in Australia, Melbourne 1964, p. 28. The movement to association has been little studied. For a pioneering account, see Walker, Newspaper Press, pp. 205–7. Innis, ‘Technology and Public Opinion in the United States’, in his The Bias of Communication, Toronto 1951.

Bourke to Spring-Rice, 19 February 1835, and 11 March 1836, quoted in King, Bourke, pp. 183 and 187; Glenelg to Bourke, 13 April 1836, HRA, xviii, p. 380. —a question the more urgent because the then partly elective Legislative Council was unlikely to renew the local squatting act when it expired in 1846. Gipps and the Colonial Office were both concerned that the large squatters were not contributing sufficiently to the land fund, and therefore to the costs of assisting the immigration of that labour of which they were the greatest users; but Gipps was also worried about the squatters’ tenure.

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