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Ships employed in the South Seas trade 1775-1861 (Parts I and II), and, Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen, Transcripts of registers of shipping 1787-1862 (Part III) / by A.G.E. Jones
Bib ID 876585
Format BookBook
Author
Jones, A. G. E
 
Description Canberra : Roebuck Book, 1986 
xviii, 276, 104 p. : ill., fascims., maps ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0909434301
Series

Roebuck Society publication ; no. 36

Notes

Includes index.

Available from Mr I.H. Nicholson, 27 Euree Street, Reid, A.C.T. 2601; or, Mrs H. Cumpston, 42 Araba Street, Aranda A.C.T. 2614.

Maps on lining papers.

Bibliography: p. 274-275.

Subjects Ships - Oceania - History.  |  Ship registers - Oceania.
Other authors/contributors Roebuck Society

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