practically it became a free trade colony. A year later he married Eleanor Dixon, which was considered hasty. Election to Legislative Council Wentworth went to England to support the bill in its passage through the British Parliament in 1854, and mythology(promethus and men) resigned his seat as a representative for the City of Sydney. Critics of the existing system as diverse. 6 Charles Kemp and Parkes were nominated for the vacancy, and the latter was successful by 1427 votes to 779. In 1887 a sum of 9000 had been collected by his friends and placed in the hands of trustees for investment. The council was jealous of its position and succeeded in maintaining it for the time being. Parkes' Ministry is best remembered for his fiery and impassioned support for the Federation of Australian Colonies, making his famous speech at the School of Arts, Tenterfield on Parkes faced personal tragedy and more criticism after marrying Eleanor Dixon about a year after the death. Another, Cobden Parkes, eventually became the New South Wales Government Architect. Around the end of 1856, he resigned his seat.
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The liabilities of the Gladiatorial Duels and The Contest the paper amounted to fully 50,000 and, though his friends rallied round him and tried to ease the situation by advancing the sum required to pay off a mortgage of 11,000 in 1858, the position became hopeless. He also became an opponent of the transportation of convicts to Australia and a supporter of land reform. The suggestion had been made that his presence in the assembly while in the insolvency court might influence the officials. During the 14 months he was in England he met many interesting people, and became in particular friendly with Carlyle and his wife. He first became involved in politics in 1848 when he worked for Robert Lowe in his successful campaign in the Legislative Council elections. Railway and telegraph lines were much extended, and at the same time there was some reduction in taxation. It was not until December 1871 that a seat could be found for him and he was then elected at a by-election for Mudgee. A volume entitled Stolen Moments was published in Sydney in 1842.