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I wood [sic] send you my hart [sic] if I could : a family story told in letters / Colleen Arulappu
Bib ID 3665305
Format BookBook
Description East Keilor, Vic. : Colleen Arulappu, 2006 
v, 344 p. : ill., 1 map, ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646458264
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p.335-337.

Subjects Batt family -- Correspondence.  |  Convicts -- Tasmania -- Correspondence.  |  Colonists -- South Australia -- Correspondence.  |  Tasmania -- Biography.  |  South Australia -- Biography.
Other authors/contributors Arulappu, Colleen
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I would send you my heart if I could

Available From Colleen Arulappu, 10 Pamela Ave, East Keilor VIC 3033 

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