John Pedder, a shy, ascetic, 'gentlemanly' personality, was
appointed first Chief Justice of Tasmania in 1823. Even he was
surprised; he had been only three years in practice. Probably, his
loyalty to the Church of England appealed to the Colonial Office.
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