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Creator:Henry Butler Stoney

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s:Victoria: with a description of its principal cities, Melbourne and Geelong
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Title Victoria: with a description of its principal cities, Melbourne and Geelong
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and remarks on the present state of the colony; including an account of the Ballaarat disturbances, and of the death of Captain Wise, 40th regiment

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1

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Smith, Elder & Co.

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London

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English

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English: djvu scan of "Victoria: with a description of its principal cities, Melbourne and Geelong"]
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Internet Archive identifier : victoriawithade00stongoog

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