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An address to the inhabitants of the colonies established in New South Wales and Norfolk Island / by the Rev. Richard Johnson
Bib ID 2018754
Format BookBook
Author
Johnson, Richard, 1753-1827
 
Description London : Printed for the author and sold by Mathews..., Deighton..., Trap..., and Goff and Amey..., 1794 
viii, 74 p. ; 18 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK386.

Notes

"Written in the year 1792."

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK386.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 187

Subjects Bible - Use - Early works to 1800.  |  Convicts - New South Wales - Religious life.  |  Convicts - Norfolk Island - Religious life.

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    Details Collect From
    FRM F187 Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)
    FRM F187
    Copy: NL copy
    Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)
    NK 386 Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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