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  • Ticket of leave - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ticket_of_leave

    A ticket of leave was a document of parole issued to convicts who had shown they could now be trusted with some freedoms. Originally the ticket was issued in Britain ...

  • Tickets of leave / Certificates of freedom / Pardons ...

    https://www.nla.gov.au/research-guides/convicts/tickets-of-leave

    There were consequences for not producing a Ticket of Leave or Conditional/Absolute Pardon, including being considered a Prisoner of the Crown and returned to ...

  • Tickets of Leave - bda-online.org.au

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    Index Tickets of Leave Index 1810-1848 Tickets of Leave Index 1849-1875 * * this item is not included in database as yet Contents: – History and Background ...

  • Ticket of leave | Define Ticket of leave at Dictionary.com

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    Ticket of leave definition, (formerly) a permit allowing a convict to leave prison, under certain restrictions, and go to work before having served a full term ...

  • Ticket of leave - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    A ticket of leave was an important document given to convicts who had been sent to Australia. Convicts who were well-behaved were given a ticket of leave.

  • Convicts To Australia ... Research Guide - Emancipation

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    Tickets of Leave A Ticket of Leave (TOL) was a document given to convicts when granting them freedom to work and live within a given district of the colony before ...

  • New South Wales, Australia, Tickets of Leave, 1810-1869

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    A ticket of leave allowed a convict to work for his own benefit and to acquire property on the conditions that he resided within a prescribed area, attended a muster ...

  • Australia Convicts Tickets of Leave 1824 – 1874 ...

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    The ticket of leave system was a form of bail or licence which allowed a prisoner to start to build a new life in Australia before the official end of his or her ...

  • Ticket of leave definition and meaning | Collins English ...

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    Ticket of leave definition: (formerly in Britain) a permit allowing a convict ( ticket-of-leave man ) to leave prison... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

  • Ticket-of-leave | Definition of Ticket-of-leave by Merriam ...

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ticket-of-leave

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