New Light on Henry Kendall


Clarke provides a short biographical sketch of the period following immediately upon Kendall's return to Sydney from Melbourne in October 1870. It discusses his being committed for trial on a charge of forging and uttering, and his time at the Gladesville Lunatic Asylum.

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Published 1 June 1966 in Volume 2 No. 3. Subjects: Henry Kendall.

Cite as: Clarke, Donovan. ‘New Light on Henry Kendall.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 2, no. 3, 1966, doi: 10.20314/als.3179c3553e.