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While the billy boils : first series / by Henry Lawson
Bib ID 1791046
Format BookBook
Author
Lawson, Henry, 1867-1922
 
Description Melbourne : E.W. Cole ; Angus and Robertson 1908 - 1909 
viii, 168 p.; 169-333 : ill. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

Illustrated by Frank Mahony.

First series published by E.W.Cole 1908 ; Second series published by Angus and Robertson 1909.

Library's HHP copy signed by Steve Ford to which H.H. Pearce has added: "Founder of Melb. Henry Lawson Memorial & Literary Society. 1923."

Bound with: While the billy boils: second series.(p.169-333)

Other authors/contributors Mahony, Frank, 1862-1916
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While the billy boils : second series

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