Letter from George Leslie to Jane Leslie, June 21, 1845

Letter from George Leslie to Jane Leslie, June 21, 1845

written by George Leslie, 1820-1860, in Leslie Family Papers 1833-1860; 1878; 1939-1940, of State Library of Queensland. John Oxley Library (Box 9218) (Brisbane, Queensland) (21 June 1845) , 8 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
An eight-page, hand-written letter from George Leslie at the family sheep station Canning Downs, Queensland, Australia, to his mother, Leslie, in Scotland, discusses various aspects of life on the station, and particularly mentions his brothers: Patrick, who works the business with him; and William, an opium trader in China.
Field of Interest
World History
Author
George Leslie, 1820-1860
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2015. Used by permission of the State Library of Queensland
Content Type
Letter
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Page Count
8
Subject
World History, History, Migration and Diaspora, Frontier and pioneer life, Family and Culture, Migración y Diáspora, Migração e Diáspora, Jane Davidson Leslie, fl. 1834, Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750–1914), 1845
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Migración y Diáspora, Migração e Diáspora

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