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Issue Details: First known date: 1885... 1885 The Cruise of the Isabel: A Pleasant Fortnight Spent Sailing in Calm Waters
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Affiliation Notes

  • Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing

    Frederick Salier's The Cruise of the Isabel is a short pamphlet describing, in narrative form, the journey of the "Isabel" - with special attention paid to the food. Essentially an account of internal travel, Salier detailed the activities of the "Rover Parties," which comprise the participants in this cruise.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,: Office of "The Mercury" , 1885 .
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      Link: 21955865Full text document Sighted: 02/06/2021
      Extent: 17 p.p.


      Held at: National Library of Australia
      Location: Special Collections Reading Room
      Local Id: SR N 080 PAM v. 86, no. 1555


      Held at: Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW
      Local Id: DSM/986/S


      Held at: State Library of Tasmania State Library of Tasmania
      Location: Crowther Collection
      Local Id: CRO .P 046 CRU Vol 17
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