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[Download] ✤ The Governesses ➸ Patricia Clarke – Bitcoinshirts.co The pioneer group of six governesses sent to Australia by Miss Maria Rye prior to the formation of the FMCES Female Middle Class Emigration Society scheme arrived in Sydney on 20 September 1861 As one[Download] ✤ The Governesses ➸ Patricia Clarke – Bitcoinshirts.co The pioneer group of six governesses sent to Australia by Miss Maria Rye prior to the formation of the FMCES Female Middle Class Emigration Society scheme arrived in Sydney on 20 September 1861 As one The pioneer group of six governesses sent to Australia by Miss Maria Rye prior to the formation of the FMCES Female Middle Class Emigration Society scheme arrived in Sydney on September As one was to write Sydney was then nearing the seventy fifth anniversary of its foundation Its population of about lived in the city and in the surrounding suburbs Farther out were the villag.

Es At the time The Governesses arrived education in New South Wales was a haphazard affair There were five systems one National Government and four denominational Anglican Catholic Presbyterian and Methodist all receiving some government funds but educating in all fewer than half the children of school age There were also many hundreds of small private schools of variable uality Many middle and upper class children were educated at home but in the poorer parts of Sydney and the newly settled farming districts large numbers of children received no schooling The first group of FMCES governesses arrived in high hopes that their services would be in great demand.

governesses book The Governesses ePUBEs At the time The Governesses arrived education in New South Wales was a haphazard affair There were five systems one National Government and four denominational Anglican Catholic Presbyterian and Methodist all receiving some government funds but educating in all fewer than half the children of school age There were also many hundreds of small private schools of variable uality Many middle and upper class children were educated at home but in the poorer parts of Sydney and the newly settled farming districts large numbers of children received no schooling The first group of FMCES governesses arrived in high hopes that their services would be in great demand.

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