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The Genuine life and trial of George Barrington, from his birth, in June, 1755, to the time of his conviction at the Old-Bailey, in September, 1790, for robbing Henry Hare Townsend, Esq. of his gold watch, seals, &c
Bib ID 2007507
Format BookBook
Description London : Printed for Robert Barker, in January, 1791 
48 p., 1 leaf of plates : ill. ; 18 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK581

Notes

Condition yellow paper at FRM F98aa (FC copy)

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK581.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 98aa

Subjects Barrington, George, - 1755-1804.  |  Barrington, George, - 1755-1804.  |  Convicts - New South Wales - Biography.  |  Trials (Larceny) - England - London.

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    FRM F98aa
    Copy: FC copy
    Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)
    NK581 Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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