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A brief account of the colony of Port-Jackson in New South Wales : its native inhabitants, productions, &c. &c. : with an interesting account of the murder of Mr. Clode, late of that settlement, as communicated by the Rev. Richard Johnstone, late chaplain of the colony, to Joseph Hardcastle, Esq., treasurer of the Missionary Society / by G. Bond
Bib ID 789461
Format BookBook
Author
Bond, G. (George), active 1798-1799
 
Description [Southampton] : Printed by T. Baker and Son ... , 1803 
18 p. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK2199

Notes

Condition yellow paper at FRM F370 (FC copy)

One of the Library's copies lacks t.p.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK2199.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 370

Subjects Clode, Samuel, - 1761-1799.  |  New South Wales - Description and travel - To 1850.  |  New South Wales - Social conditions - 1788-1851.
Other authors/contributors Johnson, Richard, 1753-1827. Letter to Joseph Hardcastle on the death of Mr. Samuel Clode, 1799

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