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1-203 (Text)

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Speaker:
addressee author,male,Macquarie, Lachlan,60
ns1:discourse_type
Narrative Discourse
Word Count :
154
Plaint Text :
ns1:register
Private Written
ns1:texttype
Diaries
ns1:localityName
http://dbpedia.org/resource/At_Sea
Created:
1822
Identifier
1-203
Source
Macquarie, 1822
pages
x
Document metadata
Extent:
904
Identifier
1-203-plain.txt
Title
1-203#Text
Type
Text

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Tuesday 12. Feby 1822.
At 11. a.m. the 48th Regt. Paraded under arms in the Government Domain, forming a lane from Government House to the North Gate, leading to the Private Landing Place below Lachlan's Garden on Bennelong's Point; the governor, Lt. Governor, the Principal Civil and Military Officers of Government and other Gentlemen of the Town of Sydney, as well as many from the Interior, assembling at the same Hour, at Government House, to take leave of me on my departure from the Colony. 
At Noon, Mrs. Macquarie (attended by Sir Thomas Brisbane), our dear Boy, and myself, set out from Government House accompanied by all those Gentlemen who came to take Leave of us, as well as by an immense concourse of the other Inhabitants of Sydney, who followed us through the Domain and the Place of Embarkation; manifesting by their melancholy looks and by every other possible desmonstration 

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