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Escape from Botany Bay, 1791 : being 'Memorandoms' / by James Martin ; introduction and notes by Victor Crittenden
Bib ID 3032831
Format BookBook
Author
Martin, James, active 1786-1792
 
Uniform Title Memorandoms
Description Canberra : Mulini Press, c1991 
vi, 9, [2] p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0949910325
Series

First fleet books ; no. 3.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [11].

Subjects Martin, James, active 1786-1792.  |  Escapes -- New South Wales -- Port Jackson.  |  Fugitives from justice -- Travel -- Australia.  |  Convicts -- New South Wales -- Port Jackson.  |  Australia -- History -- 1788-1851 -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Crittenden, Victor, 1925-2014

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