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A letter addressed to James Backhouse & George Washington Walker / by A convict confined on Goat Island, Port Jackson, New South Wales
Bib ID 1666403
Format BookBook
Author
Convict confined on Goat Island, Port Jackson, New South Wales
 
Description York : Printed and sold by J.L. Linney for the York Friends' Tract Association, [1849] 
4 p. ; 17 cm. 
Series

York Friends' Tract Association (Great Britain) Tracts ; no. 14.

Summary

Response to Backhouse's: Address to the prisoner population of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land.

Notes

Caption title.

In Miscellaneous tracts, v.2.

Bound with 7 other pamphlets at FRM F2227.

Subjects Convicts - New South Wales - Sydney - Religious life.
Other authors/contributors Walker, George Washington, 1800-1859  |  Backhouse, James, 1794-1869. Address to the prisoner population of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land  |  York Friends' Tract Association (Great Britain)  |  York Friends' Tract Association (Great Britain)

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