Remarks on a Passage to Botany Bay 1787-1792. A First Fleet Journal

By: James Scot

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Sydney, Australia: Public Library of NSW/Angus & Robertson, 1963. Bright red cloth covers. Gilt titles on spine. B/shop sticker on inside front cover. Very slight fading on base of book. Clean overall except for small dark blemish on title page. Slight foxing around page edges. Dj is grubby overall and darkened on spine. Chipped on top edge of back cover. Not clipped. This is a rare book and this copy is in vg cond. Written by a sergeant. Errors and crossings out included in this copy. Copy of original diary incl for a few days in 1788. 83pp in diary. Presents a view of the early days of Port Jackson which is different from the accounts better known of this period. Bookseller Inventory # 02231. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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