A Lady's Visit To The Gold Diggings Of Australia In 1852-53 By Mrs Charles (Ellen) Clacy




















































































































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pure air would at least be theirs - and much misery would be turned - Page 201
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Send Them To The Colonies - Food And Pure Air Would At Least Be Theirs - And Much Misery Would Be Turned Into Positive Happiness.

I heard of a lady who every year sent out a whole family from the poor but hard-working

Classes to the colonies (it was through one of the objects of her thoughtful benevolence that this annual act became known to me), and what happiness must it bring when she reflects on the heartfelt blessings that are showered upon her from the far-off land of Australia. Surely, among the rich and the influential, there are many who, out of the abundance of their wealth, could "go and do likewise."

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