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J. Walch & Sons, Hobart. 1936 1st Edition. Evidence of whaling in Tasmania can be routed back to the earliest days of sttlement when the Lieutenant Governor Collins wrote to Sir Joseph Banks to report the whalers had full casks ... the whales called right' and black whales. The Reverend Robert Knopwood claiming that the whales being so numerous in the Derwent that boats should keep close to the shore as it is dangerous to venture into the mid-channel. With statistics, and contemporanious photographs. Good condition. Decorated green cloth covered end boards with illustrated title plate pasted down to front board. Near fine condition. 95pp. 220 x 145 mm