4 edition of Thirty-three years in Tasmania and Victoria found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by George Thomas Lloyd.|
|LC Classifications||DU460 .L8, Microfilm 13149 DU|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 515 p.|
|Number of Pages||515|
|LC Control Number||04002212|
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Thirty Three Years in Tasmania and Victoria by George Thomas Lloyd - Thomas Browne - Dictionary of Australian Artists Online. Thylacine History - The Thylacine Museum. Ticket of Leave men in Sorell onwards - Sue Wyatt. Timeline of Tasmanian Newspapers - State Library of Tasmania.
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I can speak of their qualifications in the latter respect. The book is a fascinating insight into the life of a Tasmanian man who was born in the This saw him incarcerated in various gaols in Victoria and Tasmania for over eleven thousand days, totalling some thirty years of his memorable life.
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It is recorded that Lieut.-Governor Sorell had designs on making Sorell the capital of Tasmania, and took a great interest in his namesake.
George Thomas Lloyd, who arrived at Hobart Town inand subsequently settled at Sorell, thus wrote in his interesting "Thirty-three Years in Tasmania and Victoria," published in London in Completed: Records mention twelve in Tasmania, at least seven in Western Australia, four in Victoria, three in New South Wales and one in Queensland, including over rivers like the Murray, Lachlan, Goulburn, Gordon and Tasmania's Emu, 'the widest and deepest river we had seen since leaving Circular Head'.Author: Bill Gammage.