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Along Parallel Lines: A History of the Railways of New South Wales - Page 8
by John Gunn - 1989 - 581 pages
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 21

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1834
...the daylight to the comprehension of stupidity itself, that the owner of a certain number of sheep or cattle in New South Wales must, in a certain number of years, infallibly make an independent fortune. It was consequently determined on all hands, and by all sorts of persons, that...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 21

Industrial arts - 1834
...the daylight to the comprehension of stupidity itself, that the owner of a certain number of sheep or cattle in New South Wales must, in a certain number of years, infallibly make an independent fortune. It was consequently determined on all hands, and by all sorts of persons, that...
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The history of Australian discovery and colonisation

Samuel Bennett - Australia - 1865 - 661 pages
...the daylight to the comprehension of stupidity itself, that the owner of a certain number of sheep or cattle in New South Wales must, in a certain number of years, infallibly make an independent fortune. It was consequently determined on all hands and by all sorts of persons that...
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An Historical and Statistical Account of New Souths Wales, from ..., Volume 1

John Dunmore Lang - 1875
...as daylight to the comprehension of stupidity itself, that the owner of a certain number of sheep or cattle in New South Wales, must, in a certain number of years, infallibly make an independent fortune. It was consequently determined on all hands and by all sorts of persons that...
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An Historical and Statistical Account of the New South Wales: From ..., Volume 1

John Dunmore Lang - Australia - 1875
...as daylight to the comprehension of stupidity itself, that the owner of a certain number of sheep or cattle in New South Wales, must, in a certain number of years, infallibly make an independent fortune. It was consequently determined on all hands and by all sorts of persons that...
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