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Skildringer af Livet i Australien : efter det Engelske / af Anthon Bang
Bib ID 6807988
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Sargent, George E. (George Eliel), 1809-1883, author
 
Uniform Title Frank Layton, an Australian story. Norwegian
Printer [Christiania] : B.M. Bentzens Bogtrykkeri
Description Christiania : B.M. Bentzens Forlag, 1863 
348 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm 
Notes

Translation of: Frank Layton : an Australian story.

Additional publisher on front wrapper: Laurvig: Johan Breutz.

Subjects Gold mines and mining -- Victoria -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Bang, Anthon, 1809-1870‏, translator

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