A Voyage from Plymouth to Melbourne in 1839 : The Shipboard and Early Melbourne Diary of Jonathan Binns Were

By: Jonathan Binns Were

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A Voyage from Plymouth to Melbourne in 1839 : The Shipboard and Early Melbourne Diary of Jonathan Binns Were by Jonathan Binns Were
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Melbourne: J. B. Were & Son , 1964. 309 pages with B/W illustrations. The diary, which constitutes one of the few first hand and detailed records of the experiences of pioneers of the Port Phillip Settlement in its earliest days which have been preserved intact, is in the hand writing of J.B. Were and covers the entire voyage of the ship William Metcalfe from Plymouth to Melbourne.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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