THE ADMIRAL'S WIFE, Mrs Phillip Parker King, a Selection of Letters 1817 - 56,

By: Dorothy Walsh, editor

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THE ADMIRAL'S WIFE, Mrs Phillip Parker King, a Selection of Letters 1817 - 56, by Dorothy Walsh, editor (her great-granddaughter)
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The Hawthorn Press, Melbourne - first edition, 1967. hardcover, 9 3/4" x 7", with dust jacket. Short tear to jacket has been repaired. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Blue cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine and front, family tree endpapers (King at front, Lethbridge at rear), portrait as frontispiece (subject, circa 1826), 13 other b&w photographic illustrations, Notes on People Mentioned, Index. Rear-Admiral Phillip Parker King devoted 40 years to serving Australia (his father arrived with the First Fleet). These authentic historical letters written by his bride to her husband from England, at sea, and from New South Wales, tell of her experiences; others included here from Governor King and other notable mid-nineteenth century notables.

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