1. List: STRUTT, William (1825–1915) - artist
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    A working list. 1850 to 1853.

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  1. MELBOURNE.
    Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1847 - 1851) Monday 8 July 1850 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    1850-07-08 arrives MEL from LON on ship Culloden

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  2. Strutt, William (1825-1915)
    Artist; Painter
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    Trove person record.

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  3. Australian cutter, Melbourne, Coles wharf [William Strutt]
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Art work : 1850 ]
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    Australian cutter, Melbourne, Coles wharf [William Strutt]
  4. SEPARATION REJOICINGS.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 19 November 1850 p 1 Article
    Abstract: INTELLIGENCE of the final passing of the Australian Colonies Bill through the House of Commons, was received on Monday the 17th inst. by the Lysander ... 10569 words
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    Mr Ham, engraver.—A large transparency, in which the province of Victoria is represented by a female figure sitting on a throne, supported by Britannia as a protector, on her right and left the colonists are represented, rejoicing that their adopted country Victoria takes her place in the scale of British Colonies, in the centre are various emblems of agriculture, the fine arts, science, and architecture. A group of figures in the foreground are emblematic of education, the squatting interests, commerce, &c. On the right hand are some aborigines, in var- ous positions, one figure is on the ground, and some missionaries are endeavouring to raise him, and instructing him in the way to rise from his uncivilised condition. Behind them are some of the black police in their uniform, and the background is completed by a group of colonists. This transparency, one of the best exhibited, was the work of Mr Strutt, an artist.

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  5. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Wednesday 26 March 1851 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE POLICE COURT.—Captain Hatton and James Smith, Esq.,presided in the Police Court yesterday. ALLEGED ROBBERY—Charles O'Brien was 5568 words
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    LECTURE — Mr Rogers, the architect, is to deliver the first of a series of lectures upon an- cient castles with their histories and legends, at the Mechanics' Institution, this evening. The lecture is, we hear, to be illustrated by sketches of the more important edifices drawn during the lecture by Mr Strutt, the gentleman who painted the very admirable transparency for the Messrs Ham, exhibited during the Separation rejoicings.

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  6. Separation / this lithograph was this morning drawn upon stone for the purpose of being printed & distributed during the morning of the procession that accompanies his honour C.J. La Trobe esq. to open the Princes Bridge, Melbourne, by the artists & ...
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Art work : 1850 ]
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    Separation / this lithograph was this morning drawn upon stone for the purpose of being printed & distributed during the morning of the procession that accompanies his honour C.J. La Trobe esq. to open the Princes Bridge, Melbourne, by the artists & workmen employed by Messrs. Ham Brothers upon the Illustrated Australian Magazine
  7. A collection of drawings in watercolour, ink and pencil : illustrative of the life, character & scenery of Melbourne 1850-1862 / drawn by William Strutt
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Art work : 1850-1862 ]
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    A collection of drawings in watercolour, ink and pencil : illustrative of the life, character & scenery of Melbourne 1850-1862 / drawn by William Strutt
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    1850 - 1851

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  8. A collection of drawings in watercolour, ink and pencil : illustrative of the life, character & scenery of Melbourne 1850-1878. Second series / drawn by William Strutt
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Art work : 1850-1878 ]
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    A collection of drawings in watercolour, ink and pencil : illustrative of the life, character & scenery of Melbourne 1850-1878. Second series / drawn by William Strutt
  9. A collection of drawings in watercolour, ink and pencil : illustrative of the life, character & scenery of Melbourne 1850-1862. Third series / drawn by William Strutt
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Art work : 1850-1862 ]
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    A collection of drawings in watercolour, ink and pencil : illustrative of the life, character & scenery of Melbourne 1850-1862. Third series / drawn by William Strutt
  10. [Opening of Prince's Bridge to commemorate the Separation]
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Art work : 1850 ]
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    [Opening of Prince's Bridge to commemorate the Separation]
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    1850-11-15

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  11. Charles Never [Thomas Ham after William Strutt]
    Ham, Thomas, 1821-1870
    [ Art work : 1851 ]
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    Charles Never [Thomas Ham after William Strutt]
  12. Corunguiam [and] Munight [i.e. Munlight] [William Strutt; Thomas Ham]
    Ham, Thomas, 1821-1870
    [ Art work : 1851 ]
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    Corunguiam [and] Munight [i.e. Munlight] [William Strutt; Thomas Ham]
  13. Native police encampment, Ballarat, Victoria, 1853 / William Strutt
    Strutt, William, 1825-1915
    [ Poster, chart, other : 1853 ]
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    Native police encampment, Ballarat, Victoria, 1853 / William Strutt
  14. Gold diggings of Victoria, preparing to start / Thos. Ham
    Ham, Thomas, 1821-1870
    [ Art work : 1854 ]
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    Gold diggings of Victoria, preparing to start / Thos. Ham
  15. Open air services at the diggings / Thomas Ham
    Ham, Thomas, 1821-1870
    [ Art work : 1854 ]
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    Open air services at the diggings / Thomas Ham
  16. Commissioner's tent Ballaarat [i.e. Ballarat] T. Ham
    Ham, Thomas, 1821-1870
    [ Art work : 1854 ]
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    Commissioner's tent Ballaarat [i.e. Ballarat] T. Ham
  17. Advertising
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 16 September 1851 p 3 Advertising
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    MR. W. STRUTT, PORTRAIT PAINTER, From the Royal Academy of the Fine Arts, Paris. BEGS respectfully to announce to the gentry, and public, that he has commenced the practice of his profession, in Melbourne. Speci- mens may be seen at Mr J. Hunter's, bookseller, 86, Elizabeth-street, and at the artist's studo, No 72, Collins-street East, adjoining the premises of Mr Lucas, printer. N.B.—Portraits of animals, &c., accurately delineated.

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  18. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 22 December 1851 p 2 Article
    Abstract: DRUNKARD.—The only drunkard on Saturday's Police Sheet, was Austin Dayton, who was fined in the usual penalty of five shillings. LITERARY DECEASE.—Ou ... 927 words
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    SEPARATION REJOICINGS.—We have to ac- knowledge the receipt of a very well executed plate of the opening of the Prince's Bridge, during the Separation Rejoicings. It is from a sketch by Mr Strutt, and does credit to both artist and engraver.

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  19. Advertising
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Wednesday 24 December 1851 p 3 Advertising
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    Princes Bridge opening, Victorian separation. "from drawings taken on the spot by Mr. William Strutt; Engraved and Published by Thomas Ham, Collins-street, East."

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  20. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Friday 20 February 1852 p 2 Article
    Abstract: DRUNKARDS.—Richard Chilvers, Chas Moor, Richard Howell, and Mary Saunders, were fined for drunkenness yesterday at the City Police Court. 3798 words
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    FINE ARTS.—We have been favoured with a view of a series of sketches of the localities of chief interest around Mount Alexander, which are now in process of being engraved by Mr Ham. They are likely to be completed in ano- ther week or two, and would prove an interest- ing present to friends at home. Mr Strutt, too, has just published a very well executed view of Ballarat, in the hey-day of its prosperity, which is very well worth inspection, and cheap at the price asked for it.

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  21. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTION AND SCHOOL OF ARTS.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 27 January 1853 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The Annual General Meeting of the members of the Mechanics' Institution was held at the hall of the Institution, on Tuesday evening, at Eight o'clock ... 4488 words
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    Fine Arts curator.

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  22. FINE ARTS. Friday, April 22d, 1853.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 26 April 1853 p 4 Article
    Abstract: At a Meeting held at Mr. Baker's Book Repository, Swauston-street, Geo. Milner Stephen, Esq., in the Chair, The chairman opened the proceedings of th ... 776 words
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    Mr. Wm. Strutt, Portrait-painter

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