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Letter [manuscript] 1823 July 23
Bib ID 1818329
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Goodridge, Charles Medyett
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1823 
2 p. 
Summary

Letter, Hobart Town, 23rd July 1823, signed by William F. Hooper, John Waltere, Charles Goodridge -re the shipwreck of the "Princess of Wales", and the subsequent adventures of her crew.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: NLA MS 4224.

Source of Acquisition Nan Kivell Collection. 
Subjects Goodridge, Charles Medyett -- Correspondence.  |  Princess of Wales (Ship)  |  Sailors -- Correspondence.  |  Shipwrecks.
Time Coverage 1823 
Occupation Seamen.
Other authors/contributors Hooper, William F  |  Waltere, John

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