Dear Cousin: The Reibey Letters : Twenty-two Letters of Mary Reibey, Her Children, and Their Descendants, 1792-1901
Annotated collection of the letters of Mary Reibey, her children, and their descendants, first published in 1992. Mary Reibey arrived in Sydney as a convict in 1792 and became a successful businesswoman. Her letters provide an insight into her life and times. The editor has also published 'Mary Reibey: Molly Incognita'.
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