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Narrative of the capture, sufferings, and miraculous escape of Mrs. Eliza Fraser, wife of the late Captain Samuel Fraser, commander of the ship Sterling Castle, which was wrecked on 25th May
Bib ID 2424726
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Fraser, Eliza
 
Online Versions
Description New York : Charles S. Webb, 1837 
24 pages, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK5663.

Notes

This narrative is written in the first person and signed: Eliza Fraser.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-366494209

Condition yellow paper at FRM F2266 (NL copy)

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK5663.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2266

Subjects Fraser, Eliza.  |  Stirling Castle (Ship)  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Fraser Island.  |  Shipwrecks -- Queensland.  |  Fraser Island (Qld.)

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