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2-103 (Text)

Item metadata
Speaker:
author,female,Bussell, Frances Louisa,un addressee,family
ns1:discourse_type
Letter
Word Count :
149
Plaint Text :
ns1:register
Private Written
ns1:texttype
Private Correspondence
ns1:localityName
http://dbpedia.org/resource/Western_Australia
Created:
1834
Identifier
2-103
Source
Clarke, 1992
pages
221-223
Document metadata
Extent:
808
Identifier
2-103-plain.txt
Title
2-103#Text
Type
Text

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Friday January 31 1834
I ought to have commenced my journal with the new year you will all of you say in England but it so happens that as I was anxious to write several letters I made a "vow" I would not begin a diary until the second visit of the Ellen had relieved me from my most urgent correspondents. My desk is once more clear of the letters which had engrossed me during the absence of our little schooner and I find myself at liberty to return to my favourite method of communication with the beloved friends who will not find one line superfluous...
On Saturday the Caroline a small cutter belonging to Mr McDermott arrived with Mr Turner the sole passenger, he brought another letter from Mamma which I read aloud to poor old Phoebe and Bessey I will not say with what sensations. Come by 

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