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Correspondence 1841 Oct. 3 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2976348
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Robinson, Rea
 
Description 1841 
2 p. 
Summary

Letter to Rea Robinson, Fintona, Ireland, from an unknown grazier of Bloomfields, Wollongong Oct. 3rd 1841. The writer discusses the sale of stock and land, colonial appointments, encounters with Aborigines and conditions in the colony generally.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 1334.

Original held by Mitchell Library.

Reproduction Photocopy, pos. and neg. 
Subjects Robinson, Rea - Correspondence.  |  Ranchers - New South Wales - Correspondence.  |  New South Wales - Social conditions - 1788-1851.
Time Coverage 1841 
Occupation Graziers

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