Henry Capper

Henry Capper was the emigration clerk to the Colonization Commissioners, South Australian Colonization Office at Adelphi, London, and in 1837 founded the ''South Australian Record'', a periodical published in London devoted to news from South Australia for the benefit of intending migrants and investors. A regular feature was publication of letters received by people in Britain from friends and relations who had settled in South Australia. The ''Record'' ran from 1837 to 1841 under several title changes.

Capper published two books addressed to prospective migrants to South Australia, both of which went through several editions. Provided by Wikipedia