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  1. Ever Yours, C. H. Spence: Catherine Helen Spence's An Autobiography (1825-1910), Diary (1894) and Some Correspondence (1894-1910) by Maryan Beams, 2006-04-01
  2. A STUDY OF CATHERINE HELEN SPENCE 1825-1910. by Susan Margaret Eade, 1971
  3. Catherine Helen Spence (Portable Australian Authors) by Catherine Helen Spence, Helen Thomson, 1987-11

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ISBN: 0868062995 DDC: 823.1 LCC: PR9619.2 An Autobiography
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ISBN: 1419106228 DDC: 920 Edition: Paperback; 2004-06-17 An autobiography [by] Catherine Helen Spence ; [edited and introduced by Jeanne F. Young Publisher: Adelaide : W. K. Thomas , 1910. [Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia, 1975] ISBN: 072430052X Catherine Helen Spence edited with an introduction by Helen Thomson Publisher: St. Lucia ; University of Queensland Press ISBN: 0702220043 DDC: 303.484 LCC: HQ1822 Edition: (pbk.) Clara Morison [by] Catherine Helen Spence ; Introduction by Susan Eade Publisher: Adelaide : Rigby ISBN: 085179257X DDC: 823.1 Edition: $1.95 Aust

3. Audiobook: Mr Hogarth's Will By Spence, Catherine Helen
Jane and Elsie Melville were raised by their kindly but eccentric uncle, Mr Hogarth who believed that women were just as good as men, and thus gave his nieces a boys education.
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Jane and Elsie Melville were raised by their kindly but eccentric uncle, Mr Hogarth who believed that women were just as good as men, and thus gave his nieces a boy's education. Upon his death, they find that he has left his entire fortune to his heretofore unknown son and left them only a small allowance, expecting them to make their own way in the world using the education he furnished them. Will the girls survive in a world that expects them, at the most, to become governesses? (summary by Karen Savage)
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4. Spence, Catherine Helen (1825 - 1910) Biographical Entry - Australian Dictionary
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5. An Autobiography By Catherine Helen Spence - Project Gutenberg
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Spence ran as a South Australian delegate to the Federal Constitutional Convention in 1897, the first woman political candidate in Australia. She was also active in the Women's Suffrage League and the South Australian National Council of Women. Sources used to compile this entry: Eade, Susan, 'Spence, Catherine Helen (1825-1911)', in Australian Dictionary of Biography Online , Australian National University, 2006, http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A060190b.htm
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7. Catherine Helen Spence - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Spence, Catherine Helen . Dictionary of Australian Biography. Sydney Angus and Robertson. http//gutenberg.net.au/dictbiog/0dict-biogSa-Sp.html spence1.
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Australia Occupation Author, teacher, journalist and politician Language English Nationality Australian Ethnicity Scottish Notable work(s) Clara Morison: A Tale of South Australia During the Gold Fever Catherine Helen Spence (31 October 1825 – 3 April 1910) was an Australian author teacher journalist ... politician and leading suffragette . In 1897 she became Australia's first female political candidate after standing (unsuccessfully) for the Federal Convention held in Adelaide . Known as the "Greatest Australian Woman" and given the epitaph "Grand Old Woman of Australasia", Spence is commemorated on the Australian 5 dollar note issued for the Centenary of Federation of Australia
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Spence was born in Melrose, Scotland , as the fifth child in a family of eight. In 1839, following sudden financial difficulties, the family emigrated to

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Daughter of David Spence, writer to the signet, and Helen Brodie, was born at Melrose, Scotland, on 31 October 1825. Her schoolmistress, Miss Sarah Phin, was a
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Spence, Catherine Helen An Agnostic's Progress , published anonymously many years afterwards. She also began to take an interest in politics and took part in the controversy on "State Aid to Religion". Her brother, John Brodie Spence, was the Adelaide correspondent of the Melbourne Argus , and Miss Spence began her journalistic career by writing his letters for him. In 1854 her first novel, Clara Morison , was published, which was followed by Tender and True Mr Hogarth's Will (1865), and The Author's Daughter (1867). These volumes, like other early Australian books, are practically unprocurable. There are probably not more than two or three complete sets of them in existence. Another novel, Gathered In , appeared in the Adelaide Observer , but was never published in book form. Her novels are sincere, well-written stories but only one attained much circulation, and their author appears to have received little more than 100 from the four of them. Miss Spence, however, took no little comfort from the fact that the reading of Mr Hogarth's Will by Edward Wilson (q.v.) suggested the founding of the great Edward Wilson trust that has meant so much to the charities of Melbourne. The greatest interest in the life of Miss Spence came to her in 1859 when she read an article by John Stuart Mill which appeared in

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10. Spence, Catherine Helen, 1825-1910. Papers - The Australian Women's Register
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Spence, Catherine Helen (18251910) An Autobiography. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. EARLY LIFE IN SCOTLAND. CHAPTER II. TOWARDS AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER III. A BEGINNING AT SEVENTEEN CHAPTER IV.
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Catherine Helen Spence was born in Scotland in 1825. Her family migrated to South Australia in late 1839. Spence's writing career began with a series of novels, and moved on to literary criticism and social commentary. In 1872, along with Caroline Emily Clark, Spence founded the Boarding-Out Society in South Australia. She was also a member of the State Children's Council, established in 1886. In 1893, Spence gave a paper on 'The Care of Children in Australia' at the International Congress of Charities, Corrections and Philanthropy in Chicago.
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In 1893, Spence gave a paper on 'The Care of Children in Australia' at the International Congress of Charities, Corrections and Philanthropy in Chicago. In her presentation, Spence remarked that
in Australia, and especially in Victoria, there is a great deal more overriding of the rights of parents for the child's good than I fancy you democratic Americans would agree to; because if there is any principle that Australia has taken firm hold of, it is that the interests of the child shall be paramount.

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advocate and politician, son of Emanuel Salomons, a merchant of Birmingham, was born at Edgbaston, England, on 4 November 1836. He came to Australia in 1853 and was for a time secretary of the great Synagogue at Sydney. In 1858 he went to England where he entered at Gray's Inn and was called to the bar in 1861. He returned to Sydney and at first made a reputation in criminal cases, coming especially into notice in connexion with the case of Louis Bertrand who was sentenced to death on a charge of murder. Salomons entered parliament and in December 1869 became solicitor-general in the second Robertson (q.v.) ministry which became the fifth Cowper (q.v.) ministry in January 1870. Cowper resigned on 15 December 1870 and Salomons was not in office again for many years. In the meantime his reputation as an advocate had steadily grown and when

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Spence, Catherine Helen (State Library of SA) Catherine Helen Spence is one of the most important women in the development of South Australia, and of Australia generally.
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Catherine Helen Spence Catherine Helen Spence (31 October 1825 – 3 April 1910) was an Australian author, teacher, journalist, politician and leading suffragette.
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Catherine Spence, was the first woman political candidate in Australia, running as a South Australian delegate to the Federal Constitutional Convention (1897). She was an activist in the Women's Suffrage League. See Australian Women's Archives Project See Susan Magarey, Unbridling the Tongues of Women See Susan Eade, 'Spence, Catherine Helen (1825 - 1910)', Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.
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