Slavery and famine, punishments for sedition or, an account of the miseries and starvation at Botany Bay by Thompson, George gunner.

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Statementby George Thompson. with some preliminary remarks ; by George Dyer.
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Paginationviii,47,[1],23,[1]p. ;
Number of Pages47
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