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A description of Sydney, Parramatta, Newcastle, &c., settlements in New South Wales, with some account of the manners and employment of the convicts, in a letter from John Slater to his wife in Nottingham, published for the benefit of his wife and four children
Bib ID 826324
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Slater, John, active 1817-1818
 
Online Versions
Printer (Nottingham : Sutton and Son)
Description [Nottingham, Nottinghamshire : s.n], 1819 
12 pages ; 20 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK42

Notes

Library's NK42 copy is untrimmed with some tissues repairs to edges; housed in custom made brown leather box with gilt decorations; bears the bookplate of Rex de C. Nan Kivell (no. 1819/1); typed letter dated 30th December, 1925 from Bernard Halliday to Sir R.L. Harmsworth loosely inserted.

Library's FRM F768 (FC) copy untrimmed and bound; has Angus & Robertson (Sydney) bookseller's label pasted inside front cover.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-425398178

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK42.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 768

Subjects Transportation of convicts.  |  New South Wales -- Description and travel -- To 1850.

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