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Methuen Australia Ltd. NSW. 1981. I was soon dispatched in a whaler on the most unpopular errand - to supercede the then Governor (John Hunter), to put a stop to officers trading and dealing in spritous liquors, destroy the oppressive monopolies that had so long existed, and to make a total reform in the expensive and dishonourable plans which had prevailed so long. Governor King to Lord Hobart - 1802. Near fine condition. Original illustrated dust covers over dark brown cloth covered end boards. Includes newspaper clipping and a notice of 'commemoration and thanksgiving to Philip Gidley King' 166pp. 267 x 185 mm