Early history of the colony of Victoria

from its discovery to its establishment as a self-governing province of the British empire. by Francis Peter de LabillieМЂre

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StatementBy Francis Peter Labilliere ...
LC ClassificationsDU220 .L11
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Emily Childers became a woman of importance in the social life of the colony of Victoria and she knew many who impacted on Melbourne’s early history. This book gives an account of the six years Emily Childers spent as a young married woman in the rapidly growing Melbourne until she returned to England.

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