Letters from John Leake to his wife Elizabeth, Van Diemen's Land 1822, 1849-1850
Leake, John Letters from John Leake to his wife Elizabeth, Van Diemen's Land 1822, 1849-1850. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
Correspondence from John Leake to his wife Elizabeth, mainly about the farm, business, servants, family, neighbours and church. He also refers to the Legislative Council, the state of the roads, news of friends etc.
John Leake (1780-1865) of Rosedale, near Campbell Town was a pastoralist, Justice of the Peace, member of the Legislative Council and former merchant of Hull and Hambury, who settled with his family near Campbell Town in 1823. L1/B7-32, L1/B9, L1/B10, L1/B11, L1/B17,L1/B19, L1/B20, L1/B21........Letters transcribed by Helen Goninon, University of Tasmania.
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|Keywords:||Tasmania, social history, Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Elizabeth Leake, John Leake, Rosedale, Campbell Town, Legislative Council, roads, farm, letters, correspondence |
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