Joe Wilson and His Mates

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An incomplete glossary of Australian, British, or antique terms and concepts which may prove helpful to understanding this book: "A house where they took in cards on a tray" (from Joe Wilson's Courtship): An upper class house, with servants who would take a visitor's card (on a tray) to announce their presence, or, if the family was out, to keep a record of the visit. Anniversary Day: Mentioned in the text, is now known as Australia Day. It commemorates the establishment of the first English settlement in Australia, at Port ...

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