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Emigration to Port Phillip, or, A brief statement of the general capabilities of that province for immediate and extensive colonization : with a view of the principles and objects of the Port Phillip and Clarence River Colonization Company / by John Dunmore Lang
Bib ID 1451200
Format BookBook
Author
Lang, John Dunmore, 1799-1878
 
Description London : John Wheldon, 1848 
20 pages ; 22 cm. 
Notes

National Library of Australia's FC F4807 copy is bound in light blue cloth with plain endpapers.

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Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 4807

Subjects Port Phillip Colonization Company.  |  Victoria -- Emigration and immigration.

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