y Salmoniana : Done in Verse single work   poetry   "'Mid pleasures and palaces tho' we may roam,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1866 1866
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An entertaining account of the establishment of a salmon farm near New Norfolk. In forty-two stanzas, the writer describes events relating to the importation of salmon ova from the United Kingdom, the local citizens involved in the project and difficulties when the first hatch of young salmon take 'French leave' and swim away 'to the ocean green'.

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Other imprints include: facsimile ed. - Devonport, Tas: B Cadle, 1987.
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BAL Illustration Info: A Trumpeter [i.e. John H Manly]
Last amended 24 Oct 2013 15:14:03
Subjects:
  • Hobart Town (1803-1880), Van Diemen's Land (1803-1856), Tasmania,
  • Derwent River, Derwent Valley, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • New Norfolk, Derwent Valley, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Salmon Ponds, Plenty, Derwent Valley, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Plenty, Derwent Valley, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
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