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2-104 (Text)

Item metadata
Speaker:
addressee,female author,female,Bussell, Elizabeth Capel,un
ns1:discourse_type
Letter
Word Count :
125
Plaint Text :
ns1:register
Private Written
ns1:texttype
Private Correspondence
ns1:localityName
http://dbpedia.org/resource/Western_Australia
Created:
1834
Identifier
2-104
Source
Clarke, 1992
pages
223-225
Document metadata
Extent:
674
Identifier
2-104-plain.txt
Title
2-104#Text
Type
Text

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April 12th 183413
My dear Capel,
The discontinuation of my journal for the last four months will perhaps make you expect a letter and I know you will be glad to hear from me altho' you may say why was not the journal continued for it must have been more minute and therefore I should prefer it, the real reason is that I have not had time. Vernon, John and Lenox are going to commence colonization anew on the banks of the Vasse which from all accounts must be far preferable to our beautiful Augusta it is not nearly so thickly wooded but the trees are very much larger (this I can hardly imagine) and of quite a different species denominated by the natives tuart, 

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