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The Dillingham convict letters, edited by Harley W. Forster
Bib ID 475193
Format BookBook
Author
Forster, Harley W, ed
 
Description Melbourne, Cypress Books in association with the Victorian Historical Association [1970] 
27 p. 22 cm. 
ISBN 0909807000
Series

Cypress historical backgrounds, ; no. 4

Notes

Cover title: The Dillingham convict letters from the hulks, Woolwich, the transport ship Catherine Stewart Forbes and from Sandy Bay and Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Dillingham, Richard, - 1811- - Correspondence.  |  Dillingham, Richard, - 1811-  |  Penal colonies - Great Britain.  |  Penal colonies - Tasmania.  |  Convicts - Tasmania - Correspondence.  |  Tasmania - Exiles.
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