Monday, 19 November Aspects of Chartism: Repeated failure sapped the momentum of Chartism. The events of seriously damaged its capacity to do this. The defeat of the general strike in and the crushing failure of completed the process.
Diaz rounds Cape of Good Hope. Vasco da Gama sails to India via the Cape. Portuguese discover the Moluccas. Magellan enters the Pacific. Alvarez discovers the Solomon Islands. Cornelius Houtman pilots Dutch ships to the East Indies. Dutch established at Java. Quiros discovers the New Hebrides.
Discovery of Torres Strait. The Duyfken in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Brouwer's new route to the East. Dirk Hartog on the Western Australian coast.
English ship Trial wrecked off the west coast. Tasman in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Dampier in the Cygnet in Australian waters. Dampier in the Roebuck in Shark's Bay. Cook's discovery of New South Wales. Banks suggests founding a convict settlement at Botany Bay.
End of the American War of Independence. Matra's plan of colonization in New South Wales. Sir George Young's plan. Determination to found a settlement at Botany Bay. Laperouse in Botany Bay. Establishment of New South Wales Corps. Settlement of Norfolk Island.
End of Phillip's governorship. Administration of Grose and Paterson. Hunter Governor of New South Wales.
Bass and Flinders make voyages in the Tom Thumb. John Macarthur buys merino sheep. Bass discovers Bass Strait and Westernport. Bass and Flinders circumnavigate Tasmania in the Norfolk.A SHORT HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER I - THE DAWN OF DISCOVERY Early maps of the southern regions--Speculations as to Antipodes-- Discovery of sea-route to the East Indies--Discovery of the Pacific-- The Portuguese and Spaniards--Discovery of the Solomon Islands--Quiros at the New Hebrides--Torres Strait.
Nov 18, · Chartism and the Chartists were made to look ridiculous after Kennington Common and the failure of the Land Plan. The changing sociology of England after railways fragmented the ‘unity’ of the working classes. Chartism tore itself apart. The fact that Chartism did not achieve the ‘six point’ does not mean that it achieved nothing.
Why Did the Second Crusade Fail Why did the Second Crusade Fail? There are a number of reasons why the Second Crusade did not succeed.
In my opinion, the most important factor in the failure of the Second Crusade was the poor leadership of both Louis VII and Conrad III. The emphasis of this educational reference is on words and phrases that appear in published works about war and military service; and amongst this jargon and slang, there is no pretense of objectivity or completeness, which may be readily found in official documents or government resources.
It failed to obtain parliamentary support for the Charter.
The middle-classes either ignored, shunned or condemned Chartism. Chartists were divided among themselves.
Government handled the movement firmly and calmly. Chartist demands were too drastic.
There was too much diversity in the intellectual and ideological aims of Chartism. Basic reasons for the failure of Chartism. The main problem was how to achieve a revolutionary goal by constitutional means.
It failed to obtain parliamentary support for the Charter.; The middle-classes either ignored, shunned or condemned Chartism.