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The Cuyos Archipelago (China Seas) / by the Rev. J.E. Tenison-Woods
Bib ID 1140539
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Tenison-Woods, J. E. (Julian Edmund), 1832-1889
 
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Printer (Sydney : Geo. Murray & Co.)
Description [Sydney : s.n.], 1890 
7 pages ; 22 cm. 
Notes

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"Read before the Geographical Society"

JAFp BIBLIO F18825 copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2837521452

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 18825

Subjects Cuyo Islands (Philippines) -- Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Australian Geographical Society

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