Sunday, July 18, 2010

Daniel Deniehy 152 cm short political

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Daniel Deniehy 152 cm 19th century Australian politician, only 5 feet tall, who coined the term 'bunyip aristocracy'Daniel Henry Deniehy (18 August 1828 – 22 October 1865) was an Australian journalist, orator and politician; and early advocate of democracy in colonial New South Wales.the Sixth short political in the world.short political.

Early life

Deniehy was born in Sydney, the son of Henry and Mary Deniehy, former convicts of Irish birth who had prospered in the colony after their term had expired. Deniehy was educated at the best schools Sydney then had to offer, including Sydney College, and completed his education in England at his father's expense. He travelled in Europe and visited Ireland, where he met leaders of the Young Ireland party. He was influenced by both English Chartism and Irish nationalism. Returning to Sydney in 1844, he studied law and became a solicitor in 1851.short political

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