Australia's 'first statesman'
Bolton, G. (2010) Australia's 'first statesman'. The Australian, 23 July 2010 .
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LACHLAN Macquarie, governor of New South Wales from 1810 to 1821, has left prolific imprints on Australia. In his own time he gave his name to two rivers, a sub-Antarctic island and Sydney's most impressive street. In our own day the list extends to a bank, a Canberra suburb, a university and a dictionary.
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