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Author: Simon Cooke

Title: Arguments for the Survival of Aboriginal Customary Law in Victoria

Subtitle: A Casenote on R v Peter (1860) and R v Jemmy (1860)

Journal: Australian Journal of Legal History

Volume: 5

Issue: 2

Year: 1999

Pages: 201-241

ISSN: 1323-1391 – Find a Library: WordCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 19th Century | Oceanian History: Australian History | Cases: Offenders / Peter (Mun-gett); Cases: Victims / Isabella Garland; Types: Child Sexual Abuse, Interracial Rape; Victims: Girls



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Contents:

  R v Peter (p. 203)
  R v Jemmy (p. 213)
  Murrell and the Making of Legal Memory (p. 224)
  Whigs, Hunters and Gatherers: Colonisation and the Rule of Law (p. 226)
  Conclusion (p. 231)
  Appendix (p. 234)
    The Queen v Peter, An Aboriginal, Herald, 19 June 1860, 6 (p. 234)
    The Queen v Peter, Argus, 29 June 1860, 6 (p. 238)
    The Queen v Jemmy (One of the Aborigines), Argus 7 September 1860, 6 (p. 239)
    In re The Queen v Jemmy (an aboriginal), Age, 7 September 1860, 6 (p. 240)

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