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Observations on the coasts of Van Diemen's Land, on Bass's Strait and its islands and on part of the coasts of New South Wales : intended to accompany the charts of the late discoveries in those countries / by Matthew Flinders
Bib ID 761952
Format BookBook
Author
Flinders, Matthew, 1774-1814
 
Description London : Printed by John Nichols, 1801 
36 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK589

Notes

Library's RBRS N F329 copy accessioned "47426".

Library's RBRS N F329 copy has binder's title: Coasts of V.D. Land, N.S.W. - Flinders - 1801 - E.A.P.

Library's RBRS N F329 copy inscribed on preface page: "Capt.N. Henry Waterhouse".

Library's NK589 copy in custom made brown leather box with five raised bands, by Baynton, Bath and bookplate of Rex de C. Nan Kivell (no. 1801/1) pasted inside lid; photocopies from British Library copy (reference P.3258.10497.g.11.) bound in at pages 1-4 and 29-32. The negative images of the photocopies are housed in NK7472 (Box 1).

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 329.

Subjects Pilot guides - Australia.  |  Bass Strait (Tas. and Vic.) - Description and travel.

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