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Harry the sailor boy and his uncle Gilbert
Bib ID 515680
Format BookBook
Description London : Religious Tract Society, [between 1852-1861] 
115 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 17 cm. 
Notes

For children.

"Harry of Sydney...": p. [93]-99.

Chapter on Sydney based on fact and includes a footnote "See an account of The Gold colonies of Australia by G.B. Earp."- p. 95.

Subjects Children's stories, English.  |  Christian fiction.  |  Seafaring life -- Juvenile fiction.
Other authors/contributors Earp, G. B. (George Butler). Gold colonies of Australia  |  Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)

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