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Surveying instruments used by Sir Thomas Mitchell during his three expeditions 1831-1846 [realia] / [manufactured by] R.B. Bate, mathematical instrument maker [...], London
Bib ID 876320
Format ObjectObject [realia]
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Description [ca. 1830] 
1 instrument set : brass, cedar ; in box ; irreg. 55 x 55 cm. 
Notes

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-139413108

OBJ A40001415.

Source of Acquisition Presented by descendants of Sir Thomas Mitchell--see file P21/10/117. 
Subjects Mitchell, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1855.  |  Sextant.  |  Object -- Scientific apparatus and instruments.
Form/genre Surveying equipment.
Other authors/contributors R.B. Bate (Firm)
Exhibited Exhibited: "Mapping", Australian Museum, Sydney, Sept 1999 to Feb 2000.  Exhibited: Bridging the Distance, National Library of Australia, 5 March 2008 - 15 June 2008 

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