In this series of letters Pemberton's writes of his belief that he and Owen had similar ideas in terms of bringing happiness and prosperity to the world. Also recounted is Pemberton's wish to have his scheme of education, as laid out in his book the Happy Colony, included in a Panorama being exhibited by Thomas Atkins.
Correspondence of Robert Pemberton
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- ReferenceGB 1499 ROC/16/30
- Dates of Creation1854-1856
- Physical Description8 items
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Robert Pemberton (1788-1879) published a book titled the Happy Colony in 1854 in which his plans for establishing a colony in New Zealand were laid out.