Deniehy, Daniel (1828 - 1865)
- Editor, Lawyer and Parliamentarian
Daniel Deniehy was a contributor to the People's Advocate and Freeman's Journal. He also owned and edited the Southern Cross during 1859-60 and edited the Victorian from 1862 to 1864.
See G. P. Walsh, 'Deniehy, Daniel Henry (1828 - 1865)', Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.
- Deniehy, Daniel Henry, 'The social evil', in E. A Martin (ed.), The life and speeches of Daniel Henry Deniehy, McNeil and Coffee, Sydney, 1884, pp. 84-90. PDF Details
- Deniehy, Daniel Henry, 'Australian federation', in E. A Martin (ed.), The life and speeches of Daniel Henry Deniehy, McNeil and Coffee, Sydney, 1884, pp. 125-129. PDF Details
- Milner, Andrew, 'Radical Intellectuals: an unacknowledged legislature?', in Verity Burgmann and Jenny Lee (eds), Constructing a culture: a people's history of Australia since 1788, McPhee Gribble/ Penguin Books, Melbourne, 1988, pp. 259-84. PDF Details
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