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Letter from Anna Maria Cotton to Joseph Benson Mather written at Kelvedon on the 25th November, 1873.

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Mather, Joseph Benson and Cotton, Anna Maria (1873) Letter from Anna Maria Cotton to Joseph Benson Mather written at Kelvedon on the 25th November, 1873. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

From the collection of correspondence of Joseph Benson Mather (1814-1890). Joseph Benson Mather (1814-1890) was the eldest son of Robert and Ann Mather who settled in Tasmania in 1822. He joined his father in his drapery and hosiery business in 1836 and later established his own business as a merchant tailor and importer in Liverpool Street, Hobart, taking his son, Joseph Francis, into partnership as J.B. Mather & Son in 1874. J.B.Mather was for many years Clerk to the Hobart Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.This is a letter from Anna Maria Cotton to Joseph Benson Mather, written at Kelvedon on the 25th November,1873. Includes references to William May and to the the birth of Skeggs' baby and to Joseph painting the long room. From the correspondence of Joseph Benson Mather (1814-1890),

Item Type: Other
Keywords: Tasmania, van diemens land, social history, history, colony, colonial, Australia, indexes, University of Tasmania, Library, private deposits, archives, Collections, catalogue, Special, index,
Publisher: University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection
Collections: Other Special Collections
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University of Tasmania Library, Special and Rare Materials Collection - Private Deposit DX.20/910
See Also - http://eprints.utas.edu.au/11005/

Date Deposited: 10 Jan 2013 04:11
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 04:47
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