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An Account of the English colony at Botany Bay, and other settlements in New South Wales, from their first establishment to the present time : with remarks on the manners, customs, dispositions &c. of the natives, interspersed with anecdotes of the convicts and free settlers, their treatment, conduct, &c. with some particulars of the exiled delegates / by a Gentle-man just returned from the settlement, who held an official situation there

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