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Captain Moonlite: bushranger

G. Calderwood

Captain Moonlite: bushranger

by G. Calderwood

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Published by Hale in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scott, Andrew George.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] G. Calderwood.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCT2808.S37 C33 1971b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11], 140 p., 16 plates;
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5743419M
    ISBN 100709123140
    LC Control Number70872130
    OCLC/WorldCa219036

    Little did the clerk then know that Scott was actually the bushranger ‘Captain Moonlite’ who had stolen the horseshoe-shaped cake of gold dust from the bank of Egerton earlier in the year in May. Disguised in a mask and cloak, Scott had attacked the bank agent L.J. Bruun, and forced him to hand over the contents of the bank’s safe.   Read "In Search of Captain Moonlite Bushranger, conman, warrior, lunatic" by Paul Terry available from Rakuten Kobo. When a masked and cloaked bandit robbed the bank at a small gold town in he created the legend of Captain Moonlite, Brand: Allen & Unwin.

    (Found on the Internet from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopaedia) – Andrew George Scott ( – ), known as Captain Moonlight or Captain Moonlite, was an Australian bushranger. Scott was born in Ireland, son of an Anglican clergyman. When a masked and cloaked bandit robbed the bank at a small gold town in , he created the legend of Captain Moonlite, the gun-toting man of God who enthralled and appalled the nation for more than a decade. Real name Andrew George Scott, he is remembered as bushranger, conman, warrior, and lunatic. In an year life of crime, he escaped from jail, took to the road 5/5(1).

    Captain Moonlite was the rock 'n' roll bushranger; bad, strikingly handsome and, likely, gay. He also was a cop killer. In , during a siege at Wantabadgery, east of .   True Girt introduces Thomas Davey, the hard-drinking Tasmanian governor who invented the Blow My Skull cocktail, and Captain Moonlite, Australia’s most infamous LGBTI bushranger. Meet William Nicholson, the Melbourne hipster who gave Australia the steam-powered coffee roaster and the world the secret ballot.5/5(1).


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Andrew George Scott (baptised 5 July – 20 January ), also known as Captain Moonlite, was an Irish-born Australian bushranger and folk figure.

Scott was born in Rathfriland, Ireland, son of Thomas Scott, an Anglican clergyman and Bessie Jeffares. His father's intention was that he join the priesthood, but Scott instead trained to be Resting place: Gundagai.

I first learned of Captain Moonlite from the historian Graham Willett. In Secret Histories of Queer Melbourne, a book Willett co-edited, Moonlite features “as the bushranger most likely to qualify as queer”.

Andrew George Scott – George to his friends – was born in (some records say ) to a wealthy family in Ireland. The Reporting of Captain Moonlite the Loyal Bushranger: His Remarkable Story in Newspaper Articles - (Australian Bushrangers in Print Book 3) - Kindle edition by Toohill, Trudy, Toohill, Trudy.

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In Search of Captain Moonlite is a gripping story of one of the last Australian bushrangers, Andrew George Scott. Although eclipsed in fame by the infamous Ned Kelly, Scott, alias Captain Moonlight, is an intriguing character whose story was initially unknown to me but came to fascinate me.4/5.

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WHILE NINETEENTH CENTURY bushranger Captain Moonlite’s biography is one of many adventures, continents and crimes, it is his final days that beg loudest for the Hollywood treatment. Awaiting the noose on 20 January Andrew George Scott, or ‘Captain Moonlite’ as he was dubbed, spent much of his time in Darlinghurst jail in mourning.

Andrew George Scott (January 8, — Janu ) was a famous Australian bushranger, known as Captain Moonlite, sometimes spelt "Moonlight".He lived in Victoria and was different from other bushrangers. There are a lot of stories and Born: January 8,County Tyrone.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Calderwood, G. Captain Moonlite: bushranger. [Adelaide] Rigby [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Andrew George Scott.

This book tells the story of Captain Moonlite’s life, from his birth in Ireland to his death on the gallows. The Australian Bushrangers series by librarian and historical researcher, Jane Smith, details the colourful lives of six ofAustralia’s most famous bushrangers of the gold rush era: Captain Thunderbolt, Captain Moonlite, Frank.

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Captain Moonlite is a brand new, one-act (75 min) musical featuring five men written by Australian Composer/Lyricist, Jye Bryant (creator of The Things I Could Never Tell Steven & The Velveteen Rabbit).It tells the captivating story of the Irish-born, Australian bushranger, Captain Moonlite, AKA Andrew ‘George’ Scott, who led a ragged bunch of young misfits to stage a siege and.

The Reporting of Captain Moonlite the Loyal Bushranger, is a compilation of newspaper articles published from towhich tell the story of the life and death of Andrew George Scott, and his companions in intricate detail as it was read by the nation over a century ago. These newspaper stories offer a remarkable insight into the man who became.

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This book tells the story of Captain Moonlite’s life, from his birth in Ireland to his death on the gallows. ISBN: ISBN Series: AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGER SERIES Audience: Professional Format: Paperback Language: English Number Of Pages: Published: 18th February Format: Paperback.

(A queer bushranger: The tale of Captain Moonlite, by Jeff Sparrow, in The Monthly; published Nov. ) While Captain Moonlite’s burial request was not initially granted, in January his remains were exhumed from Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney and reinterred at Gundagai next to Nesbitt’s grave.Andrew George Scott (A.K.A.

Captain Moonlite) was a preacher, a conman and a gentleman – certainly not your average bushranger. After an year life of crime Moonlite’s career ends in a violent gun battle that results in the death of two of his gang and a NSW policeman.Captain Moonlite, an Irish-born Australian bushranger A nickname for agrarian violence in Ireland; see Whiteboys Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search termBorn: Andrew George Scott, before 5 July.