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The Vain effort, a journal published on board the Great Britain Steam Ship, during her homeward voyage from Melbourne to Liverpool, from March 8 to May 7, 1860
Bib ID 129465
Format BookBook
Description Bristol : I.E. Chillcott, 1860 
72 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : map ; 24 cm. 
Notes

Edited by: William Branscombe and George Leary.

Cover imprint: Melbourne : James Caple, 1860.

Volume comprises issues no. 1-15.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 17614

Subjects Great Britain (Ship)  |  Ship newspapers.  |  Ocean travel.
Other authors/contributors Branscombe, William  |  Leary, George  |  Great Britain (Ship)

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