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The federation of Australia : a poem / written by Mrs. H.E. Russell of Sydney in 1898, just prior to the establishment of the federation of Australia
Bib ID 978437
Format BookBook
Author
Russell, H. E., Mrs
 
Printer (Sydney : William Brooks & Co., Printers)
Description Sydney : [s.n.], 1921 
[3] p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"Reprinted and issued with the compliments of the author's family in the hope that the sentiments expressed herein will be appreciated by the Australian public."

Subjects Australia -- Politics and government -- 1891-1901 -- Poetry.  |  Australia -- History -- 1891-1901 -- Poetry.

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