The Moralising Convict single work   poetry   "One day as I to see the works,"
First known date: 1833 Issue Details: First known date: 1833... 1833 The Moralising Convict
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  • Broadside, np., nd. First published in J. Beutler, Songs, Humorous and Satirical (London 1833).

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    y Farewell to Judges and Juries : The Broadside Ballads and Convict Transportation to Australia, 1788-1868 Hugh Anderson (editor), Hotham Hill : Red Rooster Press , 2000 Z897572 2000 anthology poetry criticism diary autobiography Verse text (and where accessible tunes) of approximately 140 transportation broadside songs and verses, with extracts from personal stories of convicts as given in letters, diaries, chapbooks, and reminiscences. More than 150 illustrations, including the art work of headpieces and reproduction of drawings and engravings. Introduction surveys books and articles dealing with the broadside industry and with convict transportation. Hotham Hill : Red Rooster Press , 2000 pg. 1
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