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George Windsor Earl (1813–1865) was an English navigator and author of works on the Indian Archipelago. He coined the term 'Indu-nesian', later adopted as the name for Indonesia.

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Uniform title: Enterprise in tropical Australia
by Earl, George Windsor, -1865
London : Madden and Malcolm, [1846?]
 
 
by Earl, George Windsor, -1865
[Straits Settlements] : Printed by Matthew Gregory Sr. at the Penang Gazette Press, 1863
 
 
Uniform title: Reize door der weinig bekenden Zuidelyken Molukschen Archipel. English
by Kolff, D. H. (Dirk Hendrik), 1800-1843
London : James Madden & Company, 1840
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
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