Table of contents for James Stirling : admiral and founding governor of Western Australia / Pamela Statham-Drew.


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   Foreword by Dr Geoff Gallop MLA, Premier
   List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Conversion Table

 1 The Formative Years 1791-1805
 2 Naval Training: an Eye for Detail
 3 First Command: HMS Brazen 1812-1818
 4 Mangles, Marriage and a New Challenge 
 5 Second Command: HMS Success I826-I828
 6 Swan River Explored
 7 Melville Island and Home 8 Assault on Downing Street
 9 Preparations and the Parmelia 
 10 Swan River Colony: First Six Months 
 11 Uncertain Prospects-1830 
 12 A Dismal Year-1831 
 13 A Turning Point-1832 
 14 The Interim Return 
 15 A House and a Battle-1834 
 16 A More Stable State 
 17 Dissension and Exploration-1836 
 18 Signs of Prosperity-1837 
 19 The Glenelg Regulations 
 20 Penultimate Concerns-1838 
 21 A Year of Transition-1839 
 22 The Australind Venture-1840 
 23 Third Command: HMS Indus 1841-1843 
 24 A Gentleman's Estate 
 25 Fourth Command: HMS Howe 1847-1850 
 26 Belmont and Family Tribulations 
 27 Fifth Command: HMS Winchester 1854-1856 
 28 Pirates, Rebels and Russians



 29 From Treaty Ratification to Resignation 30 A Welcome Retirement I856-1860 31 Final Years: an Enduring Legacy

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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Stirling, James, 1791-1865, Explorers Australia Western Australia Biography, Governors Australia Western Australia Biography, Admirals Great Britain Biography, Western Australia History