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The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay : with an account of the establishment of ... Port Jackson and Norfolk Island ; compiled from authentic papers ... to which are added, the journals of Lieutenants Shortland, Watts, Ball, and Captain Marshall ; with an account of their new discoveries
Bib ID 2240128
Format BookBook
Author
Phillip, Arthur, 1738-1814
 
Description Dublin : Printed for P. Byrne, J. Moore, Grueber and McAllister and W. Jones, 1790 
xiv, viii, 352, lxxiv p., [7] leaves of plates : ill., port. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

FC copy has pages lxv - lxx inclusive in the appendix missing.

Condition yellow paper at FRM F93 (FC copy)

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 93

Subjects Phillip, Arthur, - 1738-1814.  |  First Fleet, 1787-1788.  |  New South Wales - History - 1788-1851.  |  New South Wales - Description and travel - To 1850.  |  Norfolk Island - Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Shortland, John, 1739-1803  |  Watts, Lieutenant  |  Ball, Henry Lidgbird, -1818  |  Marshall, John, Captain

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