Macdonald Dictionary Record: Charles Paine Pauli

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Charles Paine Pauli. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: P202 Pauli, Charles Paire 1897) was the friend of Samuel Butler, He had a brother William Beren Parti who came out in the Bosworth arriving 16.4.61 and who with his friend John Markham Carter bought 1034 acres out of Double Comer Run. and was later a Res Mag. This was probably the station in North Canty where C.P. Pauli worked . He may have come out in the Bos worth with his brother but his aie was not in the pass list. C.P. Panti was educ. at Winchester and Pembroke Coll Camb He was employed as sub. editor in the Press at £150 a year . Butler met him when he also was employed in the Press office . Panti was good looking and well. dressed and had moved in fash on able circles an d Butler was cone of these things The young tan and Butler was impressed and took great fancy to o laso s. Pauli was a great favourite of the Fitz Geraldo . He had no money but his salary. He wished to return to Eng. , get called to the Bar and return to N.Z. and practise. Butler had just success fir Cly sold his rin and ag reed to lend paihia the money to carry out his plan. They travelled back to Eng. in a small ship of 400 tons ; James Selfe and William Aubrey Willes of Astrop , North ants were also on the ship. When Butler and Panti reached London , they each took a set of rooms in the same building in ClifFord Jo. Pauli usually break lasted with him and they often Fasting Jones.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: P. 202 spent the Evening to gether. In 66 Pauli had a mild attack of typhoid and Butler nursed him though The same year they spent a mouth at Doo Dree to gether . This can only be called infatuation on Butlers side. Pauli now stated to break free and change d his lodg ing s without felling Butler. Butler saw less and less of Pant, nt through any Coolness on his own part , but through Pan l1's Ob row s wish to word him. Never the less he continued to allow Pan lie 0 a year out of his own Limited income. Panti dred at the end of '97 and Butler got a letter from his solicitor . He found that Panti had been earning up to £oo a year, had been living in comfort and had accumulated capital of £ 9000. Butler had lavished a good share of his income and a much create share of his affection on a very worthless object. He felt he had been fooled and a br Her blow was dealt to his self esteem.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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