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Letter from Thomas George Rusden to Frederick Huth, 1 August 1842.

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Letter from Thomas George Rusden to Frederick Huth, 1 August 1842.

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MLMSS 10072

Record identifier

1wNrpPxn

Letter from Thomas George Rusden to Frederick Huth, 1 August 1842.

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Letter from Thomas George Rusden to Frederick Huth, 1 August 1842.

Full title

Letter from Thomas George Rusden to Frederick Huth, 1 August 1842.

Date

1842

Call Numbers

MLMSS 10072

Record Identifier

1wNrpPxn
Physical Description

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0.01 metres of textual material (1 folder) - manuscript

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Fonds

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Copying Conditions

Copyright status : In copyright

Approval for publication required : No publication without prior written approval of copyright holder

Research & study copies allowed : Author has been deceased for more than 50 years

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holder

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

A letter from Thomas George Rusden of New England, New South Wales to Frederick Huth, South Street, Finsbury Square, London on 1 August 1842. The letter is handwritten in ink and the paper is watermarked ‘Stowford Mill 1840’. Rusden provides Huth with an inventory of the number of sheep on Huth's station. He also refers to dealings with two other p...

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Full title

Letter from Thomas George Rusden to Frederick Huth, 1 August 1842.

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

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NOTES

Signature / Inscriptions

Letter annotated by Frederick Huth that he received it on 9 May 1843 and replied on 29 February 1844.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Purchased from Douglas Stewart Fine Books, April 2018

Administrative / Biographical history

Thomas George Rusden (1817 -1882) was an Australian pastoralist and politician. He was the son of an Anglican clergyman who migrated to New South Wales in 1834 and was appointed to a chaplaincy in Maitland a year later. In the 1830s the New England district was opened up for settlement and Thomas moved there in 1840 to take on the management of Eu...

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MLMSS 10072

Record Identifier

1wNrpPxn

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9606784

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