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... George Johnston (19 March 1764 – 5 January 1823) was briefly Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales, Australia after leading the rebellion later known as the Rum Rebellion ... on the coast of Africa, when he volunteered as an officer of the First Fleet, and came to New South Wales in 1788 with Governor Phillip holding the rank of "Captain-Lieutenant" of ... to Governor Phillip, was sent to Norfolk Island in 1790, and transferred to the New South Wales Corps, of which he became a captain, in September 1792 ...
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... were relieved by a new force which was created specifically for service in the colony of New South Wales ... With an average strength of 550 men, it was known as the New South Wales Corps ... under Major Francis Grose, arrived in New South Wales in June 1790 ...
... The first military forces raised in the colony of New South Wales were formed in June 1801, when "loyal associations" formed mainly from free settlers, were established in Sydney ... of about 50 men each, and receiving training from non commissioned officers of the New South Wales Corps, these associations are reputed to have been "r ... On 4 March 1804, when the New South Wales Corps went into action to put down the Castle Hill convict rebellion, the locally raised Governor's Body Guard conducted reconnaissance ...
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