Alexander Fraser

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Goldfields Involvement, 1854

Attorney Alexander Fraser wrote to the Ballarat times:

It was with a painful interest that I went to the meeting on 29th November. Some time after the proceedings had commenced, the only political meeting I had ever attended in the colony, and I was at once deeply struck with the solemn earnestness of its tone, and with the absolute unanimity of sentiment which seemed to prevail; knowing, therefor, from what I myself had experienced from the abuse of local authority, what many others must have felt from a sense of perhaps more recent injustice, it appeared to me as plan as noon day that disastrous results must arise unless the policy pursued on the gold fields were completely altered, and the daily and hourly irritation caused by the collection of the license tax entirely given up.[1]

Post 1854 Experiences

See also

Further Reading


  1. From Tent To Parliament, Berry Anderson & Co., Ballarat.

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