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    S. T. Gill historical controversy, exhibition & investigation (2016) ~ 7. Gill’s Newfoundland Dog

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  1. Web page: S. T. Gill (STG) ~ 7. Gill’s Newfoundland Dog
    http://coombe.id.au/stg/07_Newfoundland_dog.htm
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  2. Advertising
    South Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1844 - 1851) Friday 8 March 1850 p 1 Advertising
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    Reward for information on poisoning of S. T. Gill's valuable Newfoundland dog.

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  3. CANINE SAGACITY
    Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904) Saturday 23 August 1845 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Ten Newfoundland dogs have been imported into Paris for the purpose of watching the banks of the Seine, and experienced trainers are every day employ ... 97 words
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    Ten Newfoundland dogs have been imported into Paris for the purpose of watching the banks of the Seine.

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  4. DOMESTIC NEWS.
    Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858) Monday 11 March 1850 p 3 Article
    Abstract: LEGISLATIVE " PLEDGES."—The following bit of vigorous writing in Saturday's Gazette and Mining Journal, on the subject of Legislative pledges, is so ... 3635 words
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    Samuel Gill's Newfoundland dog poisoned.

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  5. LAW AND POLICE COURTS. POLICE COURT. Saturday, 23d December, [Before Mr Bonney.]
    Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904) Saturday 30 December 1848 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Henry Johnson, farmer, charged with being drank in Weymouth street, pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. Til Pard Namby, the native remanded on a charge ... 2667 words
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    2016-08-31 10:08:40.0

    Man paid £5 at Port Adelaide for a large Newfoundland dog.

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  6. LOCAL NEWS.
    South Australian Gazette and Mining Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1847 - 1852) Saturday 5 May 1849 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The Public Offices, Victoria-square, will be closed on Monday, the 7th instant. GOVERNMENT NOTICE.—Notice is hereby given, that a Survey Party will b ... 674 words
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    2016-08-31 09:43:23.0

    Mrs Samuel Stocks suffered a fractured thigh when knocked down by a large Newfoundland dog while walking up Hindley-street.

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  7. Friday. May 11.
    South Australian Gazette and Mining Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1847 - 1852) Saturday 12 May 1849 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Samuel Thomas Gid, artist, appeared on the information of Mr Moorhouse, protector of Aboriginal native for being the owner of a ferocious dog which b ... 913 words
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    2016-08-31 09:33:10.0

    STG charged with "being the owner of a ferocious dog which bit a native woman in Hindley-street". Dismissed - case of mistaken identity.

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  8. Friday, 11th May.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 12 May 1849 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Samuel Thomas Gill, artist, appeared to the complain of M Moorhouse, Esq, for being the owner of a dog which fore and lacerated a native woman, named ... 927 words
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    2016-08-30 15:18:09.0

    STG in Police Court "for keeping a ferocious dog". "It was a white and black Newfoundland dog."

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  9. Matthw [i.e. Matthew] Moorhouse's, Aboriginal Protector's residence, North Adelaide [S.T. Gill]
    Gill, Samuel Thomas, 1818-1880
    [ Art work : 1840-1849 ]
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    Matthw [i.e. Matthew] Moorhouse's, Aboriginal Protector's residence, North Adelaide [S.T. Gill]
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    2016-09-15 08:19:51.0

    Gill painted the house of Matthew Moorhouse, "protector of Aboriginal
    natives."

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  10. Classified Advertising
    The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839) Saturday 6 February 1830 p 1 Advertising
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    Copperplate prints of dogs: beagles, stag hounds, fox hounds, bull dog, setter, pugs, Alpine mastiff, don, fly, Spanish pointer, pointer, shepherd's dog harrier, Irish greyhound, Greenland dog, dalmatian, spaniel, southern hound, mastiff, blood hound, greyhound, Newfoundland.

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  11. Web page: Dog Breeds 1829-1850 - QueryPic
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    2016-08-30 14:28:19.0

    Graph of dog breeds prevalent in the newspapers 1829-1850. Kangaroo dog is said to be another name for a greyhound. So as not to count a ship called “Greyhound”, I excluded “shipping”!

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  12. PARRAMATTA.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 26 April 1850 p 2 Article
    Abstract: DOG STEALING.—This crime has been rife of late, especially of the greyhound breed, or as they are better known here by the designation of the kangaro ... 1669 words
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    "... the greyhound breed, or as they are better known here by the designation of the kangaroo dog."

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  13. S.T. Gill & his audiences / Sasha Grishin
    Grishin, Sasha
    [ Book : 2015 ]
    At 54 libraries
    S.T. Gill & his audiences / Sasha Grishin
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    In the painting "November", "one of these dogs is a young Newfoundland pup, who also appears in the illustration for August. One could speculate that it was the artist's dog, who made an appearance in some of Gill's other South Australian work." Grishin, page 36.

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  14. November / S.T.G
    Gill, Samuel Thomas, 1818-1880
    [ Art work : 1841-1843 ]
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    At National Library
    November / S.T.G
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    2016-08-31 11:44:19.0

    In the painting "November", "one of these dogs is a young Newfoundland pup, who also appears in the illustration for August. One could speculate that it was the artist's dog, who made an appearance in some of Gill's other South Australian work." Grishin, page 36.

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  15. August / S.T.G
    Gill, Samuel Thomas, 1818-1880
    [ Art work : 1841-1843 ]
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    At National Library
    August / S.T.G
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    2016-08-31 11:44:29.0

    In the painting "November", "one of these dogs is a young Newfoundland pup, who also appears in the illustration for August. One could speculate that it was the artist's dog, who made an appearance in some of Gill's other South Australian work." Grishin, page 36.

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  16. Web page: Prospect House, the seat of J.B. Graham, Esqr., near Adelaide, South Australia
    http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/home/Collection/detail.jsp?accNo=0.1348
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    Dated 1850. STG's portfolio and white and black Newfoundland dog in foreground.

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  17. Web page: Prospect House, the seat of J.B. Graham, Esqr., near Adelaide, South Australia
    http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/home/Collection/detail.jsp?accNo=0.1345
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    Dated 1850. Greyhound (?) dog in foreground. It could be a new dog for STG, but not sitting near the artist's portfolio, perhaps it belongs to Prospect House.

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  18. Web page: Sturt's Overland Expedition leaving Adelaide, 10th August, 1844
    http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/home/Collection/detail.jsp?accNo=0.1128
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    AGSA. Low resolution, colour. A well-behaved white and black Newfoundland dog appears in the right middle ground.

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  19. King William Street
    [ Photograph : 1844 ]
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    At State Library S Aust
    King William Street
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    Sturt's Overland Expedition leaving Adelaide, 10th August, 1844. Good resolution, black and white. A well-behaved white and black Newfoundland dog appears in the right middle ground.

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  20. Web page: Hindley Street, Adelaide, looking east
    http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/home/Collection/detail.jsp?accNo=0.944
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    Appearance by Gill's well-behaved Newfoundland dog.

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  21. Web page: Edwin Henry Landseer
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_Henry_Landseer
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    2016-08-31 12:45:01.0

    "So popular and influential were Landseer's paintings of dogs in the service of humanity that the name Landseer came to be the official name for the variety of Newfoundland dog that, rather than being black or mostly black, features a mix of both black and white. It was this variety Landseer popularised in his paintings celebrating Newfoundlands as water rescue dogs, most notably Off to the Rescue (1827), A Distinguished Member of the Humane Society (1838), and Saved (1856)." Accessed 31/8/2016

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  22. Web page: A Distinguished Member of the Humane Society
    http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/landseer-a-distinguished-member-of-the-humane-society-n01226
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    2016-08-31 13:03:33.0

    Edwin Henry Landseer

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  23. Gill, Samuel Thomas (1818-1880)
    Painter; Artist; Photographer; Cartoonist / Illustrator; Printmaker; Draughtsman