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Report of the speeches delivered at a dinner given to Capt. John Hindmarsh, R.N., on his appointment as Governor of South Australia. To which is appended, An answer to an article in the forty-fifth number of the Westminster review / by C. Mann
Bib ID 2383732
Format BookBook
Description London : W. Clowes, 1835 
44 p. ; 22 cm. 
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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 1969

Subjects Hindmarsh, John, - Sir, - 1785-1860.  |  South Australia - Colonization.  |  South Australia - Description and travel - To 1850.  |  South Australia - Emigration and immigration.
Other authors/contributors Hindmarsh, John, Sir, 1785-1860  |  Mann, Charles, 1799-1860. Answer to an article in the forty-fifth number of the Westminster review

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