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Narrative of a voyage to the South Seas, and the shipwreck of the Princess of Wales cutter : with an account of a two years residence on an uninhabited island / by Charles Medyett Goodridge
Bib ID 772127
Format BookBook
Author
Goodridge, Charles Medyett
 
Edition 3rd ed. entered at Stationers Hall. 
Description Exeter : W.C. Featherstone, 1839 
175 pages ; 19 cm. 
Notes

National Library of Australia's FC F2752 copy is bound in brown cloth. This copy has the invoice from Henry Cork Natural History Bookseller attached tothe frontispiece. The front cover has a gilt embossed frame containing "Goodridge's narrative".

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2752

Subjects Princess of Wales (Ship)  |  Castaways -- Indian Ocean.  |  Shipwrecks -- Crozet Islands.  |  Voyages and travels.  |  Crozet Islands.

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