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Daniel Henry Deniehy (1828 - 1865)

 

Biographical Note

Daniel Henry Deniehy (1828-1865), lawyer, journalist and parliamentarian, was born at Sydney, son of Henry and Mary Deniehy. He was educated in Sydney until 1843 when he travelled with his parents to Europe where he was further educated privately. Deniehy returned to Sydney in 1844 and finished his schooling before being articled to solicitor N.D. Stenhouse. He was admitted as a solicitor in 1851. Deniehy founded and edited the weekly journal 'The Southern Cross' (1859) and later, while living temporarily in Melbourne, edited 'The Victorian' (1862-1864). He was elected a member of the NSW Legislative Assembly for the seats of Argyle (1857-1859) and East Macquarie (1860).,/p.

 

Papers

Title

 Daniel Henry Deniehy - papers, 1833-1921
 

Creator

Deniehy, Daniel Henry, 1828 - 1865
 

Call No.

MLMSS 869

Political Service

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

Argyle 1857-1859
 

House

Member of Legislative Assembly

Electorate

East Macquarie 1860-1860
 
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