Activity: Now (June, 2022) More listening to Classical Music on ABC FM + SBS Chill. More planning and thinking for the 2022 Free Download sections of this website/domain. Text work: now rewriting major new manuscript by Dan Byrnes on matters of Ancient History, The Bleak (available now for download).

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Updated: 2-7-2022

Phone: Dan Byrnes
Mobile-Australia: 0478 644 736;
Dan Byrnes, (now retired as aged 74),
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Armidale. NSW 2350. Australia.

Download now, the near-entire book Merchant Networks: North America, Britain, India and Colonial Australasia; 1760-1860. Print publisher unknown as at date above By Dan Byrnes with Ken Cozens, 2022. The code used here btw is in HTML5. Files are from .doc 1-26 ++

merchantnetworksintro.doc.

merchantnetworks1.doc.

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merchantnetworks21.doc.

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merchantnetworks24.doc.

merchantnetworks25.doc.

merchantnetworksbibliog4.doc. The Bibliography (120+ pages) for Merchant Networks, 1760-1860.

merchantnetworksaddedaonstewart.doc. Addendum1

merchantnetworksaddendalsf.doc. Addendum2

merchantnetworksaddendaonTheBC.doc. Addendum3

This is good. It's the genealogy (now for you in shareable software named Gramps) behind the book, Merchant Networks. That's right, it is the product since 1993 of years of preoccupation with genealogy, putting mostly English historical names in their right place while other things happen. Now you can do the same for/with your own research, using Gramps. Download it now.

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You can download Gramps now from here. (Gramps V5.1.5; released 2-5-2022 but with a different data format to V3.4 series; but Python3-supported and with SQLite as database - available for Windows MS, Mac and Linux too.)

Re, The Bleak ... a book about religion for people short of time, by Dan Byrnes (manuscript now being rewritten, and you can watch this via use of the files below.)

bleakchap1.doc.

bleakchap2.doc.

bleakchap3.doc.

bleakchap4.doc.

bleakchap5.doc.

bleakchap6.doc.

bleakchap7.doc.

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bleakchap10.doc.

bleakchap11.doc.

bleakchap12.doc.

bleakchap13.doc.

bleakchap14.doc.

bleakchap15.doc - (the last chapter).

Dan Byrnes © 1997-2022 plus contributors in their own right. All rights reserved. | Images: In-house logos and some graphics by Lou Farina, Joel Byrnes, Dan Byrnes. Many photos by Dan Byrnes. Assistance with Linux technicals from Daniel Baldwin (Armidale). Past technical assistance from Gerry Patterson, Owen Wigg, Brian Robson of Bondi in Sydney, Joel Byrnes. Assistance from the 1990s with HTML mark-up work from Brian Robson, Gerry Patterson, Joel Byrnes.

List of usual contributors: Dan Byrnes and Ken Cozens (UK, history). Peter Dickson (UK, history). Ed Matzenik (Maitland, Australia, music). Brian Robson (Bondi, Sydney, Australia, re computers, Australian politics (but now discontinued). Larry West (Texas, USA, affairs in general). Joel Byrnes (Brisbane, Australia, technical assistance, music modern, affairs in general). Gerry Patterson (Melbourne, Australia, affairs in general) Thanks to Dora Koops for proofreading etc. E-mailers various, inc. Sydney author on country mysic, Monika Allan, Michael Longmire (Virginia, USA, history US). Shane Ware (of Tamworth, history English and Australian). Max Ellis of Tamworth, David Mead and Lou Farina in Tamworth. Shane Muldoon (Melbourne, Economics), Reggie Thomson (history). Certain of these websites (news digests various, Lost Worlds, Merchant and Bankers Listings, Merchant Networks, The Blackheath Connection, The English Business of Slavery) were closed in May 2020 due to corona virus (Covid 19) and associated problems. NOT due to be closed due to corona-type problems are sections of this domain for feedback, poetry, music matters, family history, humour, and things personal.

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