Sub-series - Arthur Leake's Tour of Europe

Letter: Brighton, November 1876 Letter: Brighton, December 1876

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Arthur Leake's Tour of Europe


  • 1876-1878 (Creation)

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1 folder of 19 documents, 2 incomplete
L1/K 236 to 254

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Fifth son of John and Elizabeth Leake (nee Bell) of Rosedale, near Campbell Town. Married Mary Turnbull nee Gellion in 1878

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Letters from Arthur Leake to his brother Charles dated 1876 -1878. Visit to Britain and Europe: long descriptive letters about trip, Lettie's school in Brighton, U.K., old Tasmanian friends in U.K. especially Galloways and Craigs, cousin Helen Bell's affairs (including letter from H.B. 6 Nov. 1876 enclosed with AL.'s letter of 11 Nov. 1876), tour of Continent with Lettie and new wife (1878) -his marriage good for Lettie and his own comfort, wife will visit her parents at Gippsland on way home to Tasmania.

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This material is made available for personal research and study purposes under the University of Tasmania Standard Copyright Licence. For any further use permission should be obtained from the copyright owners. For assistance please contact

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