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South Australia : an exposure of the absurd, unfounded and contradictory statements in James's Six months in South Australia / by John Stephens
Bib ID 270104
Format BookBook
Author
Stephens, John, 1806-1850
 
Description Adelaide : Public Library of South Australia, 1962 
iv, 49 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

South Australian facsimile editions ; no. 19.

Notes

Facsim. of: London : Smith, Elder, 1839.

On spine: An exposure.

Subjects James, T. Horton (Thomas Horton). Six months in South Australia.  |  South Australia -- Description and travel -- To 1850.

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