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Halstead Press, Sydney, in 1952. Number 44 of 150. Published in a collection of broadsides - Terrors of murders and executions, transportation, shipwrecks, piracies and mutinies and early Sydney. With three original signed etchings by Ingleton - (I) The Brig Dauphne re-captured from the Tahitians by the brig Endeavour; (2) The arrival of the convict ship Surrey in Sydney Harbour; (3) The brig Frederick departs from Sarahs Island, Macquarie Harbour, Van Diemans Land. Quarter bound in cowhide. This special edition was bound in England by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, London. The edition is limited to 150 numbered copies for sale and 15 copies for presentation. Signed by the author. Fine condition. 280pp. 220 mm x 285 mm.