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'Now, gentlemen,' said the captain, 'the boat's all ready for you'.

'We had come to anchor that morning in Sullivan's landing fourteen years before at Hobart Town, 'and for the last hour or two had been doing our best, after a long voyage, to make ourselves decent, in order to pay our respects to the Governor.' (58)

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  • Hobart Town (1803-1880), Van Diemen's Land (1803-1856), Tasmania,
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