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Issue Details: First known date: 1922... 1922 Ensign Calder : Being Fragmentary Reminiscences from the Career of a Subaltern Officer of H. M. 46th Regiment of Foot, and Those of his Intimate Friends, Lieutenant Wicks, R. N., and Mr Acting-Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General Pilkington, in Sydney, circa 1816, During the Governorship of Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, C. B.
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First published in The Bulletin. Date unknown.

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'Ensign Calder' 1923 single work review
— Appears in: Northern Territory Times and Gazette , 9 January 1923; (p. 1)

— Review of Ensign Calder : Being Fragmentary Reminiscences from the Career of a Subaltern Officer of H. M. 46th Regiment of Foot, and Those of his Intimate Friends, Lieutenant Wicks, R. N., and Mr Acting-Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General Pilkington, in Sydney, circa 1816, During the Governorship of Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, C. B. J. H. M. Abbott , 1922 single work novel
'In "Ensign Calder" Mr. Abott tells of the Adventure of various members of the 46th Regiment of Foot and its Commander, Major-General Lachlan Macquarie. It is an excellent volume of humor (sic) [and] a welcome addition ... for its interesting sidelights on a period of our history which has not had the attention of our authors that it deserves.'
A Satchel of Books 1922 single work review
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 23 November vol. 43 no. 2232 1922; (p. 25)

— Review of Ensign Calder : Being Fragmentary Reminiscences from the Career of a Subaltern Officer of H. M. 46th Regiment of Foot, and Those of his Intimate Friends, Lieutenant Wicks, R. N., and Mr Acting-Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General Pilkington, in Sydney, circa 1816, During the Governorship of Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, C. B. J. H. M. Abbott , 1922 single work novel
'Ensign Calder' 1923 single work review
— Appears in: Northern Territory Times and Gazette , 9 January 1923; (p. 1)

— Review of Ensign Calder : Being Fragmentary Reminiscences from the Career of a Subaltern Officer of H. M. 46th Regiment of Foot, and Those of his Intimate Friends, Lieutenant Wicks, R. N., and Mr Acting-Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General Pilkington, in Sydney, circa 1816, During the Governorship of Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, C. B. J. H. M. Abbott , 1922 single work novel
'In "Ensign Calder" Mr. Abott tells of the Adventure of various members of the 46th Regiment of Foot and its Commander, Major-General Lachlan Macquarie. It is an excellent volume of humor (sic) [and] a welcome addition ... for its interesting sidelights on a period of our history which has not had the attention of our authors that it deserves.'
A Satchel of Books 1922 single work review
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 23 November vol. 43 no. 2232 1922; (p. 25)

— Review of Ensign Calder : Being Fragmentary Reminiscences from the Career of a Subaltern Officer of H. M. 46th Regiment of Foot, and Those of his Intimate Friends, Lieutenant Wicks, R. N., and Mr Acting-Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General Pilkington, in Sydney, circa 1816, During the Governorship of Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, C. B. J. H. M. Abbott , 1922 single work novel
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