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  • Title
    Item 08: [One of the NSW Aborigines befriended by Governor Macquarie], 1810-1821?
  • Call number
    ML 696
    Status: On display – Paintings from the Collection, Room 2, South Wall, no. 196
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  • Issue Copy
  • Physical Description
    1 painting - oil on wood panel - 33.4 x 27.8 cm. (panel); 42 x 37 cm. framed
  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright:
    Please acknowledge:: Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
  • General note

    Digital order no:a128458
  • Signatures / Inscriptions

    Unsigned and untitled. Titled on reverse in pencil, probably by a library officer

    "Painting was for years in the possession of Gov. Macquarie. It belonged to Mrs Agnes Flockhart, youngest daughter of Robert Porter, who was for 20 years in the service of Gen. Lachlan Macquarie and his widow as manager for their estate at Glen Forsa, Scotland" -- handwritten in pencil on reverse. See Declaration by Mrs Agnes Flockhart, that relics mentioned on attached schedule are personal relics of Governor Macquarie, 18 June 1914 ML Am/17 item 30.
  • Date note

    Undated. Dated from the time Macquarie was Governor of NSW
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