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Angus and Robertson Publishers Australia. 1988 1st Edition. Edward Snell was an engineer, surveyor, artist and adventurer but above all he was a diarist. The part of his life that was the least public is the reason he will be remembered. He kept two diaries - one in England from 1842 to 1849 and one in Australia from 1849 - 1859. They are both a literary and artistic delights, the repositories of Snells humour, reflections and tales of his life in two hemispheres. His Australian Diary, long regarded as one of the treasures of the State Library of Victorias Australian Manuscripts Collection., is here published for the first time, every word and sketch intact. It records Snells voyages to and from the colonies and tells of his experiences in South Australia Tasmania and Victoria - where he spent some months on the goldfields near Bendigo. Fine condition. Illustrated dust jacket over cloth covered end boards. 480pp. 265 mm x 185 mm