Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, March 22, 1787- August 8, 1790: Part 287.

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Title

Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, March 22, 1787- August 8, 1790: Part 287.

Subject

Arthur Bowes Smyth (1750-1790), convicts, drawing, early Australian journal, emblem, emblems, First Fleet, fleur-de-lys, fleur-de-lis, heraldic, heraldic badge, heraldic shield, heraldry, journal, Lady Penrhyn, manuscript, manuscript annotation, manuscript tracery text, personal writing, sketch, surgeon, transportation, travel.

Description

A drawing of a heraldic shield redolent of medieval manuscript annotation found on the second last page of the Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth. Smyth (1750-1790) was the surgeon responsible for the women convicts on the Lady Penrhyn in the First Fleet, from 22 March 1787 – 8 August 1789. His journal contains a number of sketches, doodles and drawings of English emblems, some of which - like this heraldic shield - are medieval.

Creator

Smyth, Arthur Bowes

Source

National Library of Australia: http://nla.gov.au/nla.ms-ms4568-s288

Date

1790

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Citation

“Journal of Arthur Bowes Smyth, March 22, 1787- August 8, 1790: Part 287.,” Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, accessed March 30, 2017, http://ausmed.arts.uwa.edu.au/items/show/33.