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APA Citation

Preece, J. R. & Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain).  (1885).  Journey from Shiraz to Jashk, Viâ Darab, Forg, and Minab.

MLA Citation

Preece, J. R. and Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain).  Journey from Shiraz to Jashk, Viâ Darab, Forg, and Minab / by J. R. Preece  [Place of publication not identified]  1885

Australian/Harvard Citation

Preece, J. R. & Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain).  1885,  Journey from Shiraz to Jashk, Viâ Darab, Forg, and Minab / by J. R. Preece  [Place of publication not identified]

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{{Citation
  | title=Journey from Shiraz to Jashk, Viâ Darab, Forg, and Minab / by J. R. Preece
  | author1=Preece, J. R. (John Richard), 1843-1917
  | author2=Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). Supplementary papers. Vol. I, part III
  | year=1885
  | language=English
}}

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