Spindrift - The Mary Bryant Story: a Colonial Saga

By: Veitch, Anthony Scott

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Spindrift - The Mary Bryant Story: a Colonial Saga by Veitch, Anthony Scott
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Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1980. 183 pages. Plastic cover over dustjacket. A passionate and moving story of Australia's colonial past, based on historical fact. Anthony Scott Veitch brings vividly to life the story of Mary Broad, grey-eyed girl from the English Westcountry. She was transported to the wild Australian coast in Phillip's First Fleet, she married fellow convict Will Bryant, she bore two children in this alien land - and she became sole survivor of the most daring and amazing sea escape in Australia's history. (Personally, I think the book is worth it for the glorious cover painting, let alone the story.). First Edition. Cloth. Good - Very Good/Good - Very Good. Illus. by Roger Janovsky. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Ex-Library.

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