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Mary Greenway (?–1832)

Died—On Wednesday night, at her Residence in George-street, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Greenway, deeply regretted by her friends. Mrs. Greenway, having educated a great number of the ladies of the Colony, now at the head of families, was generally known, and as universally beloved. Her accomplishments were considerable; but they were equalled, if not excelled, by her fine sentiment and excellent principles, which rendered her society an acquisition to all who had the opportunity of enjoying it.

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25 April, 1832
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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