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John Robert Godley of Canterbury

by C. E. Carrington

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • British Isles,
  • Western Europe - General,
  • History / Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7715648M
    ISBN 100521045789
    ISBN 109780521045780
    OCLC/WorldCa230989775

    'Bishops and books': somewhat appropriate for gifting a bookset of "Godley Gifts" in the church, which now sits on the very spot, on which once (for a short time) sat the only completed part of the first church built in the Canterbury Settlement (Lyttelton , for which John Robert Godley laid the foundation stone, in April ).5/5. “John Robert Godley was the founder of Canterbury and the trust gifted book set num to commemorate , to the Lyttelton community, in St Saviour’s Church at Holy Trinity, on the site of the original Holy Trinity Church, that John Robert Godley officially opened,” says trustee Haydn Rawstron.

    Godley, John Robert (12) Fitzgerald, James Edward Seadrift (11) Children's literature (10) Illustrated children's books (10) Immigrants -- History (10) Charlotte Jane (Ship) (9) Memorials (8) Pre-Adamites (7) Racism (7) Voyages and travels (6) Canterbury -- Description and travel (5) Canterbury Pilgrims' and Early Settlers. Author: John Godley ISBN: Genre: Travel File Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub Download: Read:

    The Canterbury Association (): of material included in the book published in by the archives committee of the Anglican diocese of Christchurch to mark the th anniversary of the Canterbury In November Edward Gibbon Wakefield had convinced an idealistic young Irishman John Robert Godley that in partnership they could File Size: 1MB.   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Uterine Pathology by Robert A. Soslow MD, Teri A. Longacre MD | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! The book serves as a great reference for general pathologists and residents in pathology, john robert godley of canterbury. book by alberto m marchevsky. peasant farming in muscovy. book by robert Book Edition: Yes.


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John Robert Godley of Canterbury by C. E. Carrington Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Robert Godley was born on 29 Mayin Dublin, Ireland, and died on 17 Novemberin London, England. He was the eldest son of John Godley, an Irish landlord, and his wife Katharine Daly. John attended school at Harrow, and later Christ College, Oxford. He suffered from poor health, which prevented him from making a career as a lawyer.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carrington, Charles, John Robert Godley of Canterbury. [Christchurch, N.Z.]: Whitcombe. The man who inspired and planned and led and established Canterbury, New Zealand, was John Robert Godley, a close friend of Gladstone, who also gave his powerful aid to the scheme.

Apart from the foundation of Canterbury, Godley was an eminent Victorian who wrestled with the Irish problem and took part in the reform of the War Office after the Author: C.E.

Carrington. Facing the Cathedral at Cathedral Square is the statue of John Robert Godley, the important 19th-century figure who is considered the Founder of Canterbury. The statue is the work of sculptor Thomas Woolner and was originally installed in /5(10). John Robert Godley of Canterbury.

London, Cambridge University Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: John Robert Godley; John Robert Godley: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Carrington. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for John Robert Godley of Canterbury by C.

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Godley John Godley John Robert Godley Killegar land land-purchasers land-sales later letters London Lord Grey Lord John Lord Lyttelton Maori ment military. John Robert Godley, founder of the Canterbury settlement, is said to have been born in Dublin, Ireland, on 29 Maythe eldest son of John Godley, a prosperous landowner of Killegar and his wife, Katharine Daly.

On 29 September he married Charlotte Griffith Wynne of Voelas, Denbighshire, Wales. They had one son and four daughters. The John Robert Godley Memorial Trust was established a generation ago to support Canterbury Heritage in general; Canterbury heritage architecture in particular; and classical music within Canterbury.

The Trust has invested much into its objectives over the past 25 years. One of its major projects has been its production of the renowned book. The proceeds from the sale of the Limited Edition of sets of Godley Gifts go entirely to charity.

The Christchurch-based charitable trust named in memory of Canterbury’s founder, John Robert Godley, was gifted the manuscript of Seadrift by the Godley family, in. John Robert Godley's bronze statue stands in the heart of Christchurch at Cathedral Square to commemorate the Founder of Canterbury.

It was unveiled on the 8th August by 4/5(9). John Robert Godley's bronze statue stands in the heart of Christchurch at Cathedral Square to commemorate the Founder of Canterbury. It was unveiled on the 8th August by /5(10). On 12 April John Robert Godley, first leader of the Canterbury Association settlers, arrived with his wife in Lyttelton on the Lady quarreled with Captain Thomas, and departed for Wellington, but returned 28 November.

John Robert Godley. Ref: 1/F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. The owner and editor of the latter newspaper, Godley’s close friend James Edward FitzGerald, was instrumental in the production of both print and bronze memorials, publishing A Selection from the Writings and Speeches of John Robert Godley () and persuading the Canterbury Provincial Council to erect a statue funded from public revenues.

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Author: Edward Gibbon Wakefield. Hotels near John Robert Godley Statue, Christchurch on Tripadvisor: F traveler reviews, 30, candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near John. THE CANTERBURY ASSOCIATION AND JOHN ROBERT GODLEY.

In the yearstaying at Great Malvern for the benefit of liis health, Edward Gibbon Wakefield met John Robert Godley. who wa,s destined to play such an important part in the early history of Canterbury. John Robert Godley FDR.

CANTERBURY, NEW ZEALAND. John Robert Godley was appointed high sheriff of County Leitrim in and in he travelled to New Zealand as the representative of the Canterbury Association which was formed to establish an Anglican Church settlement at Christchurch.

A letter to John Robert Godley, Esq., Chief Agent of the Canterbury Association, on the present prospects of this settlement / by Thomas Cholmondeley Cholmondeley, Thomas, b. [ Book: ]. The Rare Books Collection has its origins in the early European settlement of Canterbury province.

The Canterbury Association had been founded in England in by John Robert Godley. The Association’s plan included educational and ecclesiastical objectives that required a vast library to be acquired by means of donation and purchasing.This book also offers new insights into the Anglo-Irish influence on early Canterbury, and the bruising conflict between the utopian founding ideals of FitzGerald and John Robert Godley and the dynamic 'Yankeeism' of William Moorhouse and the 'progressive' who, against FitzGerald's often frenetic opposition, built the Lyttelton rail tunnel.The sole copy, written for a small Victorian boy, John Arthur Godley (known as Arthur), son of Canterbury's first superintendent, John Robert Godley, became a family treasure, handed down the generations.

Inthe family gifted the book to the John Robert Godley Memorial Trust and Seadrift returned to its place of birth.