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when you've got visions of a middle-aged parasol-bearing woman smiling sweetly from her carriage as she excursions Bendigo reassess. In 1852, 20 12 months outdated clergyman’s daughter Ellen and her brother boarded send for Melbourne then trigger to stroll to Bendigo. wearing her blue serge skirt which doubled as nightwear, she camped less than a tent made from blankets, had mutton, damper and tea so much food and on arrival lent her hand to gold washing. And appeared to take pleasure in it ! And among different issues she tells of colonial lifestyles , transportation, emigration and different gold-fields. yet it is important to take heed to pay attention extra approximately bush-rangers and orphans in addition to what she did along with her parasol.

Ellen Clacy (1830–1901) is healthier recognized for her account of A Lady's stopover at to the Gold Diggings of Australia in 1852–1853.

Born in 1830 in Richmond, Surrey, England, one among five kids of clergyman Frederick Sturmer and Mary Norris.

In 1852 she travelled to Australia along with her eldest brother to hunt their fortunes at the goldfields of Victoria.

Clacy back to England by means of send with no her brother a number of months after arriving in Melbourne, and gave delivery to her daughter, often known as Ellen Louise Clacy, on board send through the go back journey.

After her go back from Australia, Clacy started writing lower than the pseudonym "Cycla".

In 1854, she married Charles Berry Clacy, a product owner's clerk and mining engineer.

There seems a few indication that she used to be deserted by way of her husband, and she or he was once stated to aid herself by way of writing articles for newspapers.

Ellen Clacy died in London in 1901.

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