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Robertson & Mullens, Melbourne - second edition, 1959. hardcover, 8 5/8" x 5 1/2", with dust jacket. Previous owner's name crossed out on ffep; original bookseller's label to front paste-down; minor jacket wear at spine ends - now in protected covering. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped DJ. Turquoise cloth-bound boards with black type to spine & front, b&w art reproduction as frontis ['Port Phillip, 1883'], six other b&w plates, index. This chronology extends from the first permanent settlement of "Port Phillip" at Portland Bay (Edward Henty), until the beginning of the proceedings of the first Town Council of Melbourne; preceded by a Summary of Historical Events. Many matters are noted here for the first time; full diary of visit to Port Melbourne, 1837, by Sir Richard Bourke is included; author had full recourse to official documents in LaTrobe Papers. This is an authoritative, informative reference work on the foundation of the State of Victoria, Australia (Melbourne is capital).