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New colony in South Australia : to experienced farmers, possessing small capitals / South Australian Company
Bib ID 6258737
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
South Australian Company, issuing body
 
Printer Bermondsey : Maddox, Printer
Description [London] : South Australian Company, [1838] 
4 pages : maps ; 43 cm 
Summary

An apparently previously unrecorded later version of Ferguson 2376 [1837], this update retains the same map, but has different text. "The list of directors has been reset, with obvious differences. Wheeler's contribution has been brought up to date (for example, he now quotes shipping figures of 26 to December 1837, as against 15 to January 1837 earlier). However, the main difference is in the encomia and testimonials. The 1837 version has quotes from William Light, John Morphett and others, dated 23 August to 28 September 1836. None of these appear in this revised version; here they range in date from 'Mr Brown's Letter' of December 1836 to a quote from the South Australian Gazette of 24 February 1838."—Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers book auction list, 12 May 2013.

Notes

Caption title.

Text begins: "The South Australian Company, having purchased a considerable tract of freehold land, and leased an extensive district of pasturage in South Australia ..."

Subjects South Australian Company.  |  Land tenure - South Australia.  |  South Australia - Colonization.  |  South Australia - Emigration and immigration.  |  Australian
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To experienced farmers, possessing small capitals

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