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Stuart's journey into the interior of Australia
Bib ID 619195
Format BookBook
Author
Stuart, John McDouall, 1815-1866
 
Description Adelaide : Melbourne : J.H. Lewis, Printer and publisher ; G. Robertson, [1860] 
23 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. 
Summary

Account of Stuart's fourth expedition and one of three Adelaide Stuarts.

Notes

Preface dated: December, 1860.

Bought from Davidson Collection auction, 25 July 2007.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 16379

Australian Book Auctions. Davidson Collection ... third sale, lot 594

Wantrup, J. Australian rare books, p233

Subjects Stuart, John McDouall, - 1815-1866.  |  Australia, Central - Discovery and exploration.
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Journey into the interior of Australia

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