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Notice : With reference to the notice... offering a reward of one hundred sovereigns... for the apprehension of Thomas Fisher... this is to give notice that John Fisher... and not Thomas Fisher... is the man for whose capture the above reward will be paid. M. Forster, Chief Police Magistrate
Bib ID 2320796
Format BookBook
Author
Tasmania. Police Department
 
Printer ([Hobart] : William Gore Elliston, Printer, 1838)
Description 1 broadside ; 32 x 21 cm. 
Notes

Spine title: Reward for apprehension of John Fisher, Hobart, 1838. Bookplate inside front cover: Ex-libris G. & N. Ingleton.

Proclamation. in case. 34 cm.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2661a

Subjects Criminology -- Tasmania -- Hobart.  |  Broadsides -- Tasmania.  |  Convicts -- Tasmania -- Hobart.

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