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2-218 (Text)

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Speaker:
author,male,Viveash, Dr S.W.,un addressee,male
ns1:discourse_type
Letter
Word Count :
155
Plaint Text :
ns1:register
Private Written
ns1:texttype
Private Correspondence
ns1:localityName
http://dbpedia.org/resource/Western_Australia
Created:
1839
Identifier
2-218
Source
Hasluck, 1977
pages
2-3
Document metadata
Extent:
807
Identifier
2-218-plain.txt
Title
2-218#Text
Type
Text

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Woodlands
Novr. 18 1839
Dear Brown,
I was much pleased on receiving yours of the 15th of March. Since that time you must have had several of mine having written five since leaving Old England stating how we were getting on in Australia. I hear letters are very apt to miscarry, I am led to think so many friends not acknowledging the receipt of mine I find. Mrs. B. and yourself have made up your minds to emigrate here there is no doubt of your succeeding well if you can put up with the inconveniences - Land is increasing much in value. Mr. Hardey sold a small farm for 3.10.0 an acre inferior land but a short distance from Perth. Yanjedin which cost us 1600 pounds could have been got for one or two hundred some time ago and our agent says he can get for the same 2000, Robert thinks more. A 

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