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Now they were physicians and surgeons, his own father and Grandfather
Flinders at Spalding. Matthew must be a surgeon too, driving round and round in
a dog-cart on the Fens, feeling people's pulses and telling them to put out their
he demanded of Mrs Flinders. "He's very fond of little John," she explained. "Mmn
. I have an idea he stops short of the Franklins. He's very fond of little Ann,"
observed the doctor dryly. "Well, Matthew, they're only children playing games.
"This name is passport with us for your kindness to an Englishman, Captain
Flinders. You may go, Monsieur Pitot. ... In autumn Matthew and Ann found
lodging much more moderate, in Mary Street off the New Road. They saw so little
of Sir ...
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Ernestine Hill was a mid-century Australian author who has become – not exactly forgotten, but certainly not much known outside her home country, and little enough read even there. She was mostly a ... Read full review