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Issue Details: First known date: 1875... 1875 'Boot and Saddle!' : Bits of South African Life in Bush and Barracks
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Notes

  • Dedication: To my old chum, Ralph Arderne, these slight sketches are fraternally inscribed. That something in the book may recall to him memories of many days passed in joyous companionship, is the heartfelt desire of The Author. Melbourne, March 1st, 1875.
  • Author's note: Several of these Sketches have appeared in the Australasian newspaper, from time to time, during the past few years, and are now reprinted with the kind permission of the proprietors of that journal.
  • E. Morris Miller's Australian Literature From Its Beginnings to 1935 (1940): 617 comments: 'Reprinted from the Australasian, with preface by G. A. Walstab; with some fictitious presentation.'

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Melbourne, Victoria,: George Robertson , 1875 .
      Printed by W. H. Williams
      Extent: vii, 150p.p.
      Written as: H. Morin-Humphreys (Late Captain H. M. 'Cape Mounted Riflemen.')
      Note/s:
      • Ferguson 10670.
      • Preface by George Arthur Walstab
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