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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.

21 October 1834, The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), page 2

1834 and 1835 , 1840 : applied to excommunication-happy (Scottish) sectarian circles who also supported the tyrannical South Australia governor Ralph Darling .…

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Colonial Politics. IMMIGRATION. II. AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS AND SHEPHERDS. [THE SUBJECT CONTINUED.]

27 August 1835, The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840), page 1

…1834 and 1835 , 1840 : applied to excommunication-happy (Scottish) sectarian circles who also supported the tyrannical South Australia governor Ralph Darling .…

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To the Editor of the " Inquirer,"

30 September 1840, Inquirer (Perth, WA : 1840 - 1855), page 35

…1834 and 1835 , 1840 : applied to excommunication-happy (Scottish) sectarian circles who also supported the tyrannical South Australia governor Ralph Darling .…

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THE "PEOPLE."

31 July 1851, Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851), page 2

…1834 and 1835 , 1840 : applied to excommunication-happy (Scottish) sectarian circles who also supported the tyrannical South Australia governor Ralph Darling . 1851 : first use in an anti-union op-ed, albeit it's unclear if the slogan already existed or if it was only the trade union name "People's Association" that raised the author's ire.…

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ELECTION FOR THE SYDNEY HAMLETS. RETURN OF MR. JOHN CAMPBELL.

11 October 1856, Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), page 4

…1834 and 1835 , 1840 : applied to excommunication-happy (Scottish) sectarian circles who also supported the tyrannical South Australia governor Ralph Darling . 1851 : first use in an anti-union op-ed, albeit it's unclear if the slogan already existed or if it was only the trade union name "People's Association" that raised the author's ire. 1856 : the first occurrence as a political slogan, in a report on the re-election of John Campbell , an Anglican.…

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.

22 September 1866, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), page 4

…1834 and 1835 , 1840 : applied to excommunication-happy (Scottish) sectarian circles who also supported the tyrannical South Australia governor Ralph Darling . 1851 : first use in an anti-union op-ed, albeit it's unclear if the slogan already existed or if it was only the trade union name "People's Association" that raised the author's ire. 1856 : the first occurrence as a political slogan, in a report on the re-election of John Campbell , an Anglican. 1866 : first occurrence in the context of a labour struggle (the 1866 Brisbane riots).…