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The languages of the New Hebrides / by Sidney H. Ray ; revised by John Fraser
Bib ID 1746904
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Ray, Sidney Herbert, 1858-1939
 
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Description [Sydney? : s.n. , 1893?] 
p. 101-167, 469-470 [1] folded leaf of map ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

"Read before the Royal Society of N.S. Wales, July 5, 1893".

Includes Addendum p. 469-470.

Library's PETHpam 1915 copy inscribed in ink, "With the compilers kind regards."

Library's JAF copy accompanied by "Addendum to Mr. Ray's paper (pp. 101-167) on the languages of the New Hebrides".

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-98655133

Subjects Vanuatu -- Languages.
Other authors/contributors Fraser, John, -1904

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