Hints on emigration to the new settlement on the Swan and Canning Rivers on the west coast of Australia
- Bib ID:
- 3rd ed.
- London : J. Cross, 1829
- 70 pages,  leaves of plates (1 folded) ; 23 cm.
- National Library of Australia's FC F1271 copy half bound in brown leather with spine title: Emigration to West Australia.
- National Library of Australia's FRM F1310 copy bound with: Present state of Van Diemen's Land comprising of an account of its agricultural capabilities with observations on the present state of farming ...
- One of Library's copies bound with F1310.
- Cited In:
- Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 1271
- Also Titled:
- Emigration to West Australia
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- Hints on emigration to the new settlement on the Swan and Canning Rivers on the west coast of Australia
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