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Sketches in Australia / from drawings by R.M. Westmacott, drawn on stone by W. Spreat
Bib ID 142223
Format BookBook
Author
Westmacott, Robert Marsh, 1801-1870
 
Printer (Exeter : W. Spreat)
Description [Exeter, Devon : s.n., 1848?] 
[36] leaves : chiefly ill ; 38 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK721

Notes

Cover title.

Issued in 3 parts with separately numbered wrappers.

One of National Library of Australia's copies bound with covers for pts. 2-3 at back of volume.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK721.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 4955

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