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    Possible references to Georgiana Molloy, plant collector

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  1. Classified Advertising
    The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847) Saturday 25 October 1834 p 377 Advertising
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  2. COLONEL HANSON'S PAMPHLET. (Continued)
    The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847) Saturday 19 January 1833 p 11 Article
    The town of York was established whilst I was at Perth—a Township upon the banks of a River, beyond the Darling Range, (which by the way I have just mentioned as the scene of Mr. Moore's ... 3389 words
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  3. Colonial Secretary's Office, P[?]rth, October 23, 1844.
    The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847) Saturday 26 October 1844 p 2 Article
    His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct it to be notified, that the following allotments on the town-site of Augusta have reverted to the Crown on account of ... 110 words
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  4. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA Sydney Gazette. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1835.
    The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842) Saturday 19 December 1835 p 2 Article
    We resume our extracts from the agreeable little pamphlet of Colonel Hanson. He seems, on the settlements on the c[?]ast, quite in raptures with the ... 4771 words
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  5. Classified Advertising
    The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847) Saturday 6 December 1834 p 401 Advertising
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  6. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, December 1, 1841.
    The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847) Saturday 4 December 1841 p 4 Article
    THE following gentlemen have been appointed Sub-Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages— R. H. Bland, Esq., District of York ... 62 words
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  7. Colonial Secretary's Office, Perth, October 23, 1844.
    The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal (WA : 1833 - 1847) Saturday 2 November 1844 p 4 Article
    His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct it to be notified, that the following allotments on the town-site of Augusta have reverted to the Crown on account of ... 110 words
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  8. THE LONELY SHORE Beginning our new serial, a romantic story of pioneer days
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 19 November 1958 p 24 Literature Illustrated
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  9. At home with Margaret Sydney
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 11 February 1976 p 71 Article Illustrated
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  10. At home with Margaret Sydney
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 18 February 1976 p 65 Article
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    2011-03-24 14:48:51.0

    Mentioned in passing.

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  11. At home with Margaret Sydney
    The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 25 February 1976 p 73 Article Illustrated
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    2011-03-24 14:49:07.0

    Mentioned in passing.

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  12. Web page: Wikipedia entry
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgiana_Molloy
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    2011-11-05 13:26:11.0

    A sound, if brief account of Georgiana Molloy's life and achievements.

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  13. Portrait with background : a life of Georgiana Molloy / Alexandra Hasluck
    Hasluck, Alexandra, 1908-1993
    [ Book : 1955-1976 ]
    At 54 libraries
    Portrait with background : a life of Georgiana Molloy / Alexandra Hasluck
  14. OLD TIME MEMORIES. BUSSELTON'S GRAND OLD MAN.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 12 August 1920 p 34 Article
    An admirer of Colonel Molloy, who was kuown throughout Western Australia as the grand old man of Busselton during the State's earliest pioneering days, has ... 1598 words
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    2011-11-05 13:24:12.0

    Good biographical notes in Captain (later Colonel) Molloy.

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  15. YESTERDAY—and the DAY BEFORE
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 20 December 1934 p 15 Article
    Out of the legends that necessarily cluster about the early days of a country is history inevitably written; inevitably, since the pick and the plough are more to the hands of the pioneer than the pen. But calmer days have come to us here in Western Australia, and even though the stress and struggle for existence are ... 1666 words
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    2011-03-24 14:55:37.0

    Kennedia was not named for Miss Georgiana Kennedy: see another note to this list.

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  16. A WATERLOO VETERAN. Captain Molloy.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 28 September 1929 p 5 Article
    Although the name of Bussell has become most closely associated with the development of Busselton, yet it is probable that John Molloy and his singularly ... 1703 words
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    2011-03-24 13:50:25.0

    A full account of her illness and death.

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  17. SOME WOMEN OF MARK.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 5 January 1933 Supplement: Commemorating the 100th Birthday of the West Australian p 76 Article Illustrated
    (1) Mrs. James Purkis, who landed at Fremantle with her husband and children in 1829. A native tried to spear her. (2) Mrs. J. S. Roe, wife of the State's first Surveyor-General. (3) Mrs. John Molloy, wife of Colonel Molloy, of the Augusta Settlement. She was a keen botanist. (4) Mrs. Mitchell, wife of the Rev. William Mitchell, one of the State's first clergymen. (5) Mrs. George Eliot, nee Miss Louisa Clifton, who arrived with her parents at Australind in 1841, and in 1842 married a cousin of Governor Stirling. (6) Mrs. Thomas Brown, who arrived in the State with her husband ... 521 words
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    Portrait.

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  18. Pioneer Women
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 4 July 1929 Edition: The Western Mail CENTENARY NUMBER p 59 Article Illustrated
    ON perusing the letters and diaries of the pioneer women, one is struck by the general note of cheerfulness and optimism, the determination to make the best ... 2934 words
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    2011-03-24 13:57:48.0

    Suggestion that Kennedia was named after her maiden name: this is incorrect, as Kennedia rubicunda was named in 1788.

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  19. WOMAN'S INTERESTS OUR WILDFLOWERS.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Friday 27 September 1929 p 6 Article
    The beauty of the bush blossoms displayed at the wildflower exhibition opened in the Town Hall, Perth, on Tuesday, and which closes to-night, has ... 1225 words
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    2011-11-05 11:56:57.0

    A passing reference to Georgiana Molloy's activities

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  20. PIONEERS AT AUGUSTA. Mrs. Molloy's Letters.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 1 September 1928 p 13 Article
    Intimate details of the hardships endured by early settlers at Augusta were revealed by a number of letters read to members of the W.A. Historical Society last night ... 461 words
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    2011-03-24 14:14:41.0

    Her letters read at the W. A. Historical Society.

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  21. THIS WEEK'S BEST ITEM. Straight Talk.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Thursday 6 September 1928 p 15 Article
    MAHY years ago, Lord Forrest (he was plain John Forrest then) and his brother Alex, paid a visit to Bunbury, their birthplace. All Bunbury turned out ... 871 words
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    2011-11-05 11:53:12.0

    Details of letters read and also some Molloy biographical details.

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  22. NEWS AND NOTES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 16 August 1928 p 16 Article
    During the week ended last Sunday, 148,626 bags of wheat were carried over the railways of the State to ports and mills. More than 140,000 bags went to ... 1462 words
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    2011-11-05 11:57:12.0

    The plan to read her letters by the husband of Georgiana Molloy's great-grand-daughter. ?Was it "not done" for ladies to read in public in 1928??

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