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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Tasmania 81320The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Tasmania Tasmania (tăz-mā′ nĭ-ȧ), (formerly known as
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  • Beaconsfield (Tasmania) 7077801911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Beaconsfield (Tasmania) BEACONSFIELD, a town of Devon county, Tasmania, on the
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  • Queenstown (Tasmania) 13095161911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 22 — Queenstown (Tasmania) Queenstown, a town of Montagu county, Tasmania, on the
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  • In 1859 he emigrated to Tasmania. After a successful commercial career he went into politics and became Premier of Tasmania, was member for Hobart in
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  • the British army, and married a Norfolk lady, the late Agent-General for Tasmania being born at Thorpe, near Norwich, on May 30th, 1815. Sprung of a naval
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  • The Last of the Tasmanians (category Tasmania)
    easy to name a few. To the Government officials of New South Wales and Tasmania I am under much obligation. The early records of both colonies were unreservedly
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  • _JohnJohn Franklin.jpg17861847Maritime explorer, Arctic explorer, Governor of Tasmania Franklin, John (1823–1824), Narrative of a journey to the shores of the
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  • Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies  (1843)  by James Backhouse 1197601Narrative of a Visit to the Australian ColoniesJames Backhouse1843
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 Tasmania 19418931911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — Tasmania TASMANIA, a British colonial state, forming
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  • General of Tasmania "The Wars, Extirpation, Habits, etc., of the Native Tribes of Tasmania" (Hobart, 1875) "Boat Expeditions around Tasmania, 1815 and
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  • WilsonPhilip Mennell Agnew, Hon. James Wilson, M.D., J.P., ex-Premier of Tasmania, was admitted a member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England) in 1838
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  • Premier of Tasmania, is the fourth son of the late John Dobson and his second wife, Kate, daughter of Richard Willis, of Wanstead, Tasmania. He was born
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  • (HOBARTENSIS) Hobart comprises Tasmania, Bruni Island, and the Cape Barren, Flinders, King, and other islands in Bass Straits. Tasmania was originally under the
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  • Mennell Nixon, Right Rev. Francis Russell, D.D., sometime Bishop of Tasmania, son of Rev. Robert Nixon, of North Cray, Kent, was born in the year 1803
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  • 1871 he was appointed District Surveyor of the North-western District of Tasmania. In this year, Mr. James Smith's splendid discovery of tin at Mount Bischoff
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  • THROUGH THE COLONIES OF NEW ZEALAND, NEW SOUTH WALES QUEENSLAND, VICTORIA, TASMANIA, AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA BY THOMAS W. KNOX AUTHOR OF "THE BOY TRAVELLERS IN
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  • Brambletye properties in Tasmania; and Joseph (q.v.), who inherited the paternal estates in South Australia, New Zealand, and Tasmania. Mr. Clarke was member
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  • L.C., M.D., is the son of William Crowther, M.R.C.S. (who emigrated to Tasmania), and grandson of Philip Wyatt Crowther, Comptroller of the City of London
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  • Justice of Tasmania, eldest son of the late Francis Smith, formerly of Lindfield, Sussex, and a London merchant, and latterly of Campania, Tasmania, by his
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  • ARTABANZANUS: The Demon of the Great Lake. AN ALLEGORICAL ROMANCE OF TASMANIA. Arranged from the Diary of the late Oliver Ubertus BY WILLIAM M. FERRAR
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