Transcribed letter from Andrew Inglis Clark to Edward Ivey
Clark, Andrew Inglis (1891) Transcribed letter from Andrew Inglis Clark to Edward Ivey. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection. (Unpublished)
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Clark Letter to Edward Ivey.
The 'Ted' in the letter is Edward Ivey, a close friend of Clark's from the 1870s. Ivey was an active member of the Minerva Club.
Ivey, a grocer, was active in Hobart mercantile life. A degree of defensiveness shown by Clark in a letter which implies that Ivey, to whom Clark clearly seeks to justify himself, was a democrat in some emphatic sense. Other letters from Ivey to Clark confirm close personal friendship and some kind of link between Ivey and the Clark family.
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|Keywords:||tasmania, van diemens land, hobart, politics, Andrew Inglis Clark, Minerva Club, Australia, constitution|
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