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An Account of the English colony at Botany Bay, and other settlements in New South Wales, from their first establishment to the present time : with remarks on the manners, customs, dispositions &c. of the natives, interspersed with anecdotes of the convicts and free settlers, their treatment, conduct, &c. with some particulars of the exiled delegates / by a Gentle-man just returned from the settlement, who held an official situation there
Bib ID 813411
Format BookBook
Description London : Printed by J. Bailey, No. 116, Chancery-Lane, 1808 
ii, 80 p., [1] leaf of plate : ill. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Ascribed to the Rev. Samuel Marsden.

Frontispiece caption title: Cannibals of Tates Island dispersed by Messrs Shaw, Carter & Haskett, after they had treacherously murdered Captain Hill and four seamen.

At top right hand corner of frontis.: Page 52.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 455.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - New South Wales.  |  New South Wales - Dscription and travel - To 1850.  |  New South Wales - History - 1788-1851.
Other authors/contributors Marsden, Samuel, 1765-1838

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