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Published by Angus and Robertson, Sydney. 1954 1st edition. Soldier, sailor, rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief. Jorgen Jorgensen, the nineteenth-century Dane whose extraordinary and fascinating life of adventure this book unfolds, was all these things and many others besides. As well he was an author, a theologian, a political agent, a police constable, and a convict. He may also be counted as an explorer, for at one period he was an officer in the 'Lady Nelson' when that ship was making voyages of discovery on the south-eastern coast of Australia. The authors have put an enormous research into the writing of Jorgensen's biography, reconstructing the many-coloured patchwork of his life and re-creating the period in which he lived. With illustrations by Albert Zimmerman. Tatty dust jacket over discoloured and spotted blue cloth covered end boards. 245 mm x 165 mm. 482pp.