Biographical entry

Hearn, William Edward (1826 - 1888)

Professor

Born
21/04/1826
Belturbet, County Cavan, Ireland
Died
23/04/1888
Melbourne, Australia
Categories

Chronology

01/01/1873 - 01/01/1888
Melbourne Law School Employment

Additional Notes

Employed at the University of Melbourne as Professor of History and Political Economy c.1854-73. Subsequently employed as Dean of the Law Faculty from 1873-88.

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Publications

Books

  • Hearn, W, The Cassell prize essay on the condition of Ireland, 1 edn, J. Cassell, London, 1851, 125 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, Plutology, or, The theory of the efforts to satisfy human wants, 1 edn, George Robertson, Melbourne, 1863, 475 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, Payment by results in primary education, 1 edn, George Robertson, Melbourne, 1872, 22 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, The Aryan household : its structure and its development : an introduction to comparative jurisprudence, 1 edn, George Robertson, Melbourne, 1878, 494 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, The "Cabinet" and the "Premier", 1 edn, Unknown, Unknown, 1880, 4 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, The Theory of Legal Duties and Rights: An Introduction to Analytical Jurisprudence., 1 edn, John Ferres, Government Printer, Melbourne, 1883, 401 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, The General Code 1885: Being a Bill to Declare Consolidate and Amend the Substantive General Law. Prepared and Brought into the Legislative Council of Victoria by the Hon. W.E. Hearn, 1 edn, John Ferres, Government Printer, Melbourne, 1885, 676 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, The Government of England. Its Structure and Development., 2 edn, George Robertson & Co, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide & Brisbane, 1886, 636 pp. Details
  • Hearn, W, The Aryan Household. Its Structure and Its Development. An Introduction to Comparative Jurisprudence., 2 edn, Longmans, Green, London & New York, 1891, 494 pp. Details

Report/Working Papers

  • Hearn, W, Civil service of the colony of Victoria : report of the Board Appointed to Enquire into the Arrangements for the Better Organization of the Civil Service of the Colony, Government Printer, Melbourne, 1856, 22 pp. Details

Online Resources