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The Second Fleet : Britain's grim convict armada of 1790 / by Michael Flynn
Bib ID 1194242
Format BookBook
Author
Flynn, Michael C
 
Description North Sydney, N.S.W. : Library of Australian History, 2001 
xii, 788 p. : ill., ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0957952406
0957952414
Notes

"Reprinted with Addenda & Corrigenda 2001"--T.p. verso.

Bibliography: p. 741-744.

Subjects Second Fleet, 1789-1790.  |  Convicts - New South Wales - Biography.
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