A SQUATTER WENT TO SEAThe Story of Sir William MacLeay's New Guinea Expedition (1875) and his life in Sydney

By: Macmillan, David

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A SQUATTER WENT TO SEAThe Story of Sir William MacLeay's New Guinea Expedition (1875) and his life in Sydney by Macmillan, David
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Currawong Publishing Pty Ltd, Sydney 1957 1st Edition. Arriving from Scotland in 1839 and became a squatter in the Murrumbidgee district with his Sydney abode being Elizabeth Bay House the home of his Uncle the Colonial Secreatary for the Colony 1825-1836. In 1875 he joined Arthur Onslow RN on the barque 'Chevert' and ventured out to explore the Dark Island' New Guinea his findings were not spectacular. This remarkable man died in 1891 leaving his name at the University of Sydney as the 'Macleay Museum' Mylar covers over original (Chipped) dust jacket. Green cloth coveredend boards. Good condition. 165pp. 220 x 140 mm

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