The narrative of a voyage of discovery: Performed in the years 1800, 1801 and 1802 to New South Wales : To which is prefixed: An account of the origin of sliding keels and the advantages resulting from their use ; The whole illustr. with elegant engrav (Google eBook)
Egerton, 1803 - 195 pages
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H.M. Survey Vessel Lady Nelson and the Discovery of Port Phillip
John E. B. Currey
No preview available - 2002
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