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Born: Established: 1856 London,
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England,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 1873 London,
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England,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,

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2 y separately published work icon Lady Hetty : a story of Scottish and Australian life John Service , London : Bell and Daldy , 1875 Z1213530 1875 single work novel
1 y separately published work icon Gregory Hawkshaw : His Character and Opinions George Carrington , London : Bell and Daldy , 1873 Z1875068 1873 single work novel
1 2 y separately published work icon Colonial Adventures and Experiences By a University Man George Carrington , London : Bell and Daldy , 1871 Z1185065 1871 single work non-fiction travel
1 y separately published work icon Aunt Judy’s Christmas Volume for Young People Mrs Alfred Gatty (editor), London : Bell and Daldy , 1869 Z1734575 1869 selected work children's fiction poetry prose children's
1 3 y separately published work icon The Boy in the Bush Edward Howe , London : Bell and Daldy , 1869 Z978083 1869 single work children's fiction children's 'Each chapter describes an incident in the life of Harry and Sydney Lawson. The Lawsons deal with bushrangers, snakes, and lost children with courage and humour, and details such as life on the goldfields and the influence of and attitudes to the Chinese are presented in a direct, often ironic style. Rowe subscribes to the superiority of the native-born Australian over the immigrant: "They're a queer lot the blackfellows ... but they're a long sight better than the new chums -they were born in the colony just like us. A blackfellow can ride like a native but those Englishmen look so scared when a horse begins to buck."' (The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature ed. Stella Lees and Pam Macintyre (1993): 371).
2 y separately published work icon The Adventures of a Griffin on a Voyage of Discovery : Written By Himself Harden S. Melville , London : Bell and Daldy , 1867 Z1317908 1867 single work children's fiction children's 'Account of a youth's journey as a draughtsman to an expedition along north-west and north coasts of Australia about 1842; mainly descriptive, with some fictional presentation'. Source: Australian Literature from its Beginnings to 1935 v.2.
1 y separately published work icon Footpaths between Two Worlds and Other Poems Patrick Scott , London : Bell and Daldy , 1859 Z1405242 1859 selected work poetry
1 y separately published work icon The Cruise of the Beacon: A Narrative of a Visit to the Islands in Bass's Straits Francis Russell Nixon , London : Bell and Daldy , 1857 21279982 1857 single work prose travel
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