Gold Letters Limp B&W
Tells the story of Anthony Smith's voyage to and life in Australia, focussing particularly on his letters and diary. This book was inspired by a 2013 exhibition, titled Letters of the Gold Fields, in which the letters featured at the Gold Museum in Ballarat, Victoria.
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Ensuring the Survival of
Anthony Smith Arrives in Adelaide 1837
Anthony Smiths Letters 18561862
acres Adelaide Gaol Alfred Anthony Smith Anthony’s arrived Back Creek Ballarat East Barque became Brechin Castle Brighton Bristol British brother Brown Hill Browns Diggings building built businefs Captain Chancery Chapel Charlotte Elizabeth COLLINS child born named Church colony Company Court Courtesy State Library Daisy Hill dear diary docks England Eureka farm father February Flinders Friend Gawler gold goldfields Governor Grant Street harbour Headley Hindmarsh House India Museum Island James Bible version John King James Bible kmē land letters Library of Victoria light living London Melbourne miles miners months O’Clock October parents of child Petworth population Port Adelaide Port Lincoln prisoners railway records Road sail Scarsdale Selham Sermon settlers Shadwell Basin ship SMITH Anthony Smythesdale South Australia South Wales St Helena station Stockade Swansea thou topgallant topgallant sail town tunnel unto Vauxhall voyage Wesleyan wheat William Collins Wind