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Memorandoms by James Martin : an astonishing escape from early New South Wales / edited and introduced by Tim Causer
Bib ID 7460795
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Martin, James, author
 
Description London : UCL Press, 2017 
©2017 
xvi, 187 pages : color illustrations, color map, facsimilies ; 24 cm 
ISBN 1911576828 (paperback)
9781911576822 (paperback)
1911576836 (hardback)
9781911576839 (hardback)
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pages 173-179) and index.

Subjects Martin, James.  |  Prisoners -- Great Britain.  |  Escaped prisoners -- Australia -- New South Wales.  |  Exiles -- Australia -- New South Wales.  |  Prisoners' writings.  |  Australia -- History -- 1788-1851.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Causer, Tim, editor

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