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The Five Mile Press, Melbourne, 2001. softcover, 9" x 5 3/4. Book in AS NEW condition. Twenty b&w illustrations, notes [23pp], glossary, bibliography, index. The amazing true story of a young Englishman, James Montagu Smith, who, aged 14, was sent sea to keep him out of trouble; through his eyes we experience shipboard life on a convict transport, visit Hobart Town (and prison) in the 1850s, the Victorian goldfields just before Eureka, and general hardhip in Melbourne, Sydney and the bush. This eyewitness account brings one of Australia's most colourful decades vividly to life.