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The men hemmed in by the spears / by Bishop Frodsham
Bib ID 782521
Format BookBook
Author
Frodsham, Stanley Howard, 1882-1969
 
Description [S.l. : s.n., 1914] 
P. 66-73 ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Extract from Cornhill magazine, v. 36, no. 211, Jan. 1914.

Subjects Queensland -- History.  |  Queensland -- Social conditions -- 1824-1900.  |  Queensland -- Economic conditions -- 1824-1900.
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