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Botanical appendix to Captain Sturt's expedition into Central Australia / by Robert Brown
Bib ID 172646
Format BookBook
Author
Brown, Robert, 1773-1858
 
Printer (London : G. Norman)
Description [London ? : s.n., 1849?] 
29 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Library's copy has author's manuscript inscription.

Library's copy in Bound Pamphlets, v. 104.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 5005

Subjects Botany - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Sturt, Charles, 1795-1869. Narrative of an expedition into Central Australia

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