‘Delicate health...interesting condition...’: 1 Eliza Darling, pregnancy and philanthropy in early New South Wales

@inproceedings{Kyle1995DelicateHC,
  title={‘Delicate health...interesting condition...’: 1 Eliza Darling, pregnancy and philanthropy in early New South Wales},
  author={Noeline J. Kyle},
  year={1995}
}
She (Lady Darling) was rarely not pregnant. (She gave birth to a son in October 1826)... to another son in 1827 (who died in 1828), a daughter in 1829, she miscarried in 1830, and was heavily pregnant when she left the colony in 1831. Often indisposed, for nearly a year she was hardly able to leave her couch. 2 1 Sydney Gazette, 1 July 1826, 2. 2Heather Radi ‘Fanny Macleay’, in Heather Radi, ed., 200 Australian Women (Broadway: Women's Redress Press, n.d.), 7.