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Index to convicts monthly returns of summary trials 1832-1836 / compiled by Kathryn Lucas
Bib ID 2859194
Format BookBook
Description [Springwood, Qld.] : K. Lucas, c1999 
121 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646373188
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Subjects Convicts -- New South Wales -- Registers.
Other authors/contributors Lucas, Kathryn
Available From Contact author: 36 Dane Court, Shailer Park Qld 4128 

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