Colonialists had long been fascinated by the colonial house, an architectural relic that had been the most powerful building in the British Isles and was considered by many to be the ultimate symbol of British rule.
But they were also wary of its potential to spread ideas of Britishness in the colonies.
They were not, however, opposed to the idea of a homelands-wide cultural and social transformation.
In 1770, the governor of New South Wales, Benjamin Risborough, introduced legislation, which was signed into law by the governor-general, to abolish the colonial farmhouse.
In the first year of the abolition, some 3,000 farms and other colonial structures were demolished and converted into buildings for the state.
As the colony’s population swelled, the need for colonial buildings became more pressing.
Many colonists were worried about the spread of ideas of colonial power.
Some felt that the colonial houses were more effective than their British counterparts, and they also feared that the houses might be used to promote colonialism, and that they might spread colonial ideas, like the idea that the British were a “monarchy.”
To counter these concerns, a new plan was devised: the plan to establish a “cultural” school.
The school was supposed to promote English and European learning and to encourage colonists to develop their own languages.
The idea of the school was to teach colonial subjects through a series of lectures.
A group of colonial historians wrote a series entitled The Colonial School and the History of English Literature.
They described how colonial authorities hoped to introduce English into the colonies through the educational system.
They also discussed how the idea was to be introduced through the curriculum of the Colonial School of Education.
The history of English literature, in other words, was to serve as a vehicle for the spread and development of colonial ideas.
The aim was to instill the colonial idea, which would help to build a “new order” of colonial society in the colony.
At the same time, the plan was also designed to create a “commonwealth” of people, according to the plan.
By 1817, the government had created a new department to oversee the development of the new educational system and to oversee education.
The department was called the Colonial Education Department and it was headed by a governor named James Murray.
He was the minister responsible for education, and the aim was that the education system would be managed and controlled by him.
Murray was an ambitious person.
He had been an officer in the army in the first half of the 1770s and a soldier in the Second Boer War.
He also had a passion for the English language.
He began studying at Cambridge University, where he studied at the School of Law and Law and then the School for the Performing Arts.
Murray’s first act as governor was to establish the Colonial Educational Department in the Colonial Schools of Education in 1770.
He set up the first educational institution, the Colonial College, and he also established the Colonial Academy, which became the first school for teaching the English Language.
In addition to establishing a school for English, the school also established a library.
Murray also established an academy for the study of the natural sciences, the School to which he appointed Charles Braid, who was a pioneer in the field of astronomy.
Braid also established two colleges for the arts: the College of Arts and Sciences and the College for the Study of Art.
The colleges also established academies for the instruction of the arts and the sciences.
Murray believed that the colonies needed a university and that it was important that it should be a public institution.
As he said in a letter to the governor: There is not a day in the life of the English people, no town or country, that is not touched by the thought of the educational institution of this nation.
He wanted the education of the colony to be of the highest quality, and this was done through the Colonial Academies.
As part of the plan, the colleges were to provide free public lectures, and there were free workshops in the colleges, and all the students were to be free to participate in the lectures.
But there were problems.
The colonial academies were not a new institution.
They had existed for centuries, but there were concerns about their ability to attract students from the surrounding colonies.
And the academies had also been criticized for their lack of independence.
They operated in an increasingly bureaucratic manner and were limited in the number of students that could participate in lectures.
Murray tried to solve these problems by creating a school in which the students would be given the freedom to learn and study freely, without the interference of the colonial government.
The schools in which he had established Academies of Science and the Arts and the Schools of the Performers, were designed to be open to the public.
They would be open and accessible to all who wanted to come to learn or study the arts.
Murray had also created the first public school for the learning of the language of the colonists. The