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Alternative title: Narrative of James Murrell's (Jemmy Morrill) seventeen years' exile among the wild blacks of North Queensland
Issue Details: First known date: 1896... 1896 Narrative of James Murrells' (Jemmy Morrill) Seventeen Years' Exile Among the Wild Blacks of North Queensland and his Life and Shipwreck and Terrible Adventures among Savage Tribes; their Manners, Customs, Languages, and Superstitions; also Murrells' Rescue and Return to Civilization
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'Originally published in 1863, this edition of Seventeen Years’ Exile was edited and published by Edmund Gregory in 1896. It describes James Murrells’ life, and adventures among the native tribes following his shipwreck off the Queensland coast.' (Source: Gould Genealogy & History website www.gould.com.au)

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