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Barrington's voyage to Botany Bay in New South Wales : with a description of the country, & its productions; the manners, customs, religion &c. of the natives in the vicinity of the settlement ... / written by himself
Bib ID 2308988
Format BookBook
Author
Barrington, George, 1755-1804
 
Uniform Title Voyage to New South Wales
Description Newcastle : Printed by M. Angus and Son, in the Side, 1801 
48 p. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

One of the Library's copies is boxed with Barrington's voyage to New South Wales ... (F211), An impartial and circumstantial narrative of the present state of Botany Bay ... (F214) and another ed. of Barrington's voyage to Botany Bay ... (F323). All at FRM F214.

Condition yellow paper at FRM F324 (FC copy)

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 324

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - New South Wales - Sydney Region.  |  Convicts - New South Wales - Sydney Region.  |  New South Wales - Description and travel - To 1850.

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