Thomas Moore - 'The King of Liverpool'
This exhibition tells the story of one of Liverpool's earliest residents - Thomas Moore (1762-1840). Highlights of the exhibition include model colonial ships on display similar to those Thomas would have worked on, against a backdrop of artists images of how Port Jackson looked around the time. Images of Moorebank his property, portraits of key people in his life, and images of Moore College at Liverpool. There will also be documents relating to magistrate records, and government works overseen by Thomas Moore as Magistrate.
 
William Griffith portrait of Thomas Moore
Courtesy of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney Chapter. A photographic reproduction of the William Griffith portrait of Thomas Moore, painted in 1840, while Griffith was still operating out of Liverpool. It contains a picture of St Luke's through the window as well, and a portrait of Rachel Moore is on the wall -- which is the only depiction of a 2nd fleet convict in existence.
Portrait of Lachlan Macquarie
Original held by Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW. This is the only fully authenticated portrait of Lachlan Macquarie. On the front of the frame are the words "Finished from Life by Read Senr., Feby. 11, 1822." On the back of the picture is the inscription: "Sydney, 1822. Take notice that none are Original pictures of Governor Macquarie but what has got the name of Read marked in Latin on the seal annext. Governor Macquarie never sat to any artist in this Colony but Read Senr. Lego artist."
Elizabeth Henrietta Campbell and Lachlan Macq
Elizabeth Henrietta Campbell (1778 - 1835)and Lachlan Macquarie Originals held by Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW.
Portrait of Reverend Samuel Marsden
Reverend Samuel Marsden, 1833 Watercolour possibly by Richard Read Junior. Image courtesy of the State Library of NSW. Samuel Marsden came to the colony in 1794 as assistant to the chaplain of New South Wales. He was a man of strong personality and deep religious conviction.
Moorebank, near Liverpool
Moorebank, near Liverpool – The Residence of Thomas Moore Esq. A scene of the township can be seen. Date 1819.
Mathew Flinders document
Document is from Matthew Flinders - Journal on HMS 'Investigator', vol. 1, 1801-1802 courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales where he makes reference to Master Boat Builder, Thomas Moore.
Plan of Liverpool in 1819
Plan of Liverpool in 1819 with Governor Lachlan Macquarie's approved signature. Image courtesy of the State Records of NSW.
Hoddles Plan of Liverpool, 1827
Courtesy of State Records of NSW. The plan with annotations up to 1850 marks the old hospital, the new hospital, the wharf and mounted police stables which were demolished with the railway. The plan shows which blocks have buildings and who owned or claimed them.
Moore Theological College
Various views of Moore Theological College in Elizabeth street, Liverpool, 1924. Government Printing Office. Images courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales. The College was built adjacent to Moore’s house, which became the principal’s residence at a cost of 11,000 pounds. The foundation stone for the new buildings, which included Broughton Chapel, a dormitory for twelve students, library and hall, all built in the Norman style, was laid on 14 January, 1857 and additions were undertaken in the 1860s. It was the first such college in Australia, which trained 135 Anglican clergy before it was closed in 1889. (From On the Frontier, A Social History, by Christopher Keating.)
Moore Theological College
Various views of Moore Theological College in Elizabeth street, Liverpool, 1924. Government Printing Office. Images courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales.
Moore Theological College
Various views of Moore Theological College in Elizabeth street, Liverpool, 1924. Government Printing Office. Images courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales.
Moore Theological College
Various views of Moore Theological College in Elizabeth street, Liverpool, 1924. Government Printing Office. Images courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales.
Moore Theological College
Various views of Moore Theological College in Elizabeth street, Liverpool, 1924. Government Printing Office. Images courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales.
Moore Theological College
Various views of Moore Theological College in Elizabeth street, Liverpool, 1924. Government Printing Office. Images courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales.
Memorial Monument for Rachel and Thomas Moore
Memorial Monument for Rachel and Thomas Moore located in Pioneer's Memorial Park, Liverpool. Image courtesy of the Liverpool Genealogy Society Inc.
 
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