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The Polding Press, Melbourne 1984. The turbulence of early Sydney, the solitude of the bush, London's pomp and poverty and Melbourne's gold-fever all appear in their turn. In London's House of Lords Caroline Chisholm's voice is soft, her language formal, but the ideas she presents to their Lordships are refreshingly human and practical. She is discussing the problems of convicts and settlers with an insight that would please a modern psychologist. Then this down-to-earth person opens her reticule and produces a sample of fine Australian wheat! She was the first ombudswoman at work. Includes a paragraph 'The rules of an Immigrant ship". Minor shelf wear to lower edge. Illustrated dust jacket over green cloth covered end boards. 436pp. 232 x 150mm