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Sir Redmund Barry June 2003 Kate/Sydney
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first time I am the first !
very nice puzzle !!!
23/Jun/08 1:30 AM
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Nice statue, nice lines in background construction, but love the street(?) light to the statue's left! Such class for a utilitarian item. Why don't we do this anymore?
23/Jun/08 2:51 AM
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OK, Aussies, I'll bite..... Who was Sir Redmund Barry?
Magnificent statue. I agree with Gramma Linda. I wish "artists" still made statues to heroes like this one. But, as I think about it, we don't have any bigger-than-life heroes anymore, what with the Press determined to gig up scandal and pull them down.
23/Jun/08 3:07 AM
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that's "dig", not "gig".
23/Jun/08 3:08 AM
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I googled Sir Redmund Barry..... cool guy. (plus, I think he might have liked being googled).
23/Jun/08 5:57 AM
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Heidi, I think Sir Redmund giggled when you googled him!!
23/Jun/08 6:18 AM
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Snort!
23/Jun/08 7:42 AM
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Sir Redmund was Acting Chief Justice of Victoria When our notorious bushranger Ned Kelly came to trial. It was a case of one Irish man sentencing another! The scaffolding at the left was there because the State Library was being renovated! My father's grandmother was a Barry. He was her Grandfather or maybe Great Grandfather!
23/Jun/08 8:08 AM
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Kate, I read that Sir Redmond had 4 children, all of which carried his name, tho' he never married their mother. They usually lived together, and went out as a family in public together. That was mighty brave for those times. He sounds like an extraordinary man. Starting with nothing, he More...
23/Jun/08 9:38 AM
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Thanks Kate.
wow, lots of statue's around in Sudokuland these days, wonder if
has spotted this one, he may want to visit it, when he comes down under.
23/Jun/08 2:35 PM
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Interesting!
23/Jun/08 3:29 PM
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Wikipedia- "When he sentenced Kelly to death by hanging, Barry uttered the customary words "May God have mercy on your soul". Kelly is reported to have replied "I will go a little further than that, and say I will see you there when I go". On 23 November 1880, twelve days More...
23/Jun/08 5:23 PM
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