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    EARLY COLONIAL SYDNEY 1790 - 1809 Period covered by this chapter - 1st July 1790 to 31st December 1809 Governors of the Early Colonial Sydney 26th January, 1788 to 10th December, 1792: Captain Arthur Phillip, Governor-in-Chief.

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