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The History of New Holland, from its first discovery in 1616 to the present time : with a particular account of its produce and inhabitants : and a description of Botany Bay : also, a list of the naval, marine, military and civil establishment : to which is prefixed, An introductory discourse on banishment by ... William Eden / by Geo. Barrington
Bib ID 813536
Format BookBook
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description London : Printed for John Stockdale, 1808 
xxxv, 254 p., [2] folded leaves of maps ; 23 cm. 
Notes

"Wrongly ascribed to George Barrington."- Ferguson.

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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 458

Subjects Transportation of convicts - Great Britain.  |  Australia - Discovery and exploration.
Other authors/contributors Barrington, George, 1755-1804  |  Auckland, William Eden, Baron, 1744-1814. Discourse on banishment

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