Advice to a Young Lady in the Colonies

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Greenhouse Publications, 1979 - Australia - 91 pages
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"In 1812, in England, Maria, daughter of Philip Gidley King, former Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, married Hannibal Macarthur, nephew of John and Elizabeth Macarthur. The young couple sailed for New South Wales where they were to establish their home, The Vineyard at Parramatta. One of Maria's most treasured possessions was a letter written by a friend of the family, referred to only as 'Mrs E.' She advised the young bride on how to create and run her colonial household". "The advice is reproduced faithfully here, along with additional practical information on the recipes and techniques of household management of the day".--BOOKJACKET.

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