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The Australian journal : a weekly record of literature, science and the arts
Bib ID 1936160
Format JournalJournal
Uniform Title Australian journal (Melbourne, Vic.)
Description Melbourne : Clarson, Massina, & Co., 1865-1962 
v. ; 22-28 cm. 
Numbering Note Vols. from May 1961 lack numbering. 
Notes

Caption title.

Subtitle varies.

Imprint varies.

Available in microfilm.

Issues from v. 7, pt. 79 (Dec. 1871)-v. 8, pt. 90 (Nov. 1872) include no's 1-12 of: Friendly societies record.

Life Dates Ceased in 1962  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 2, 1865)-v. 4, no. 180 (Feb. 6, 1869); v. 4, pt. 46 (Mar. 1869)- 
Issued With

Friendly societies record

Frequency Monthly, Mar. 1869-1962 
Previous Frequency Weekly, Sept. 2, 1865-Feb. 6, 1869) 
Subjects Melbourne (Vic.) - Periodicals.

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