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Includes two stories with no Australian themes or settings: 'John Bulb, the Barber' and '"Dark Dennis" and his Grandson'. The first story,'Fred Leicester; or, The Southern Cross and Charles Wain' is described as follows: 'Fred, a young Englishman, acquires 'colonial experience', finds a fortune on the diggings, and returns with it to England to marry 'his Helen'. (The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature ed. Stella Lees and Pam Macintyre (1993): 371).

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* Contents derived from the Edinburgh,
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Scotland,
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United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
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Nimmo, Hay and Mitchell , 1889 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Fred Leicester, or, The Southern Cross and Charles's Wain, Richard Rowe , 1889 single work children's fiction children's
The first story,'Fred Leicester; or, The Southern Cross and Charles Wain' is described as follows: 'Fred, a young Englishman, acquires 'colonial experience', finds a fortune on the diggings, and returns with it to England to marry 'his Helen'. (The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature ed. Stella Lees and Pam Macintyre (1993): 371).
(p. 7-62)
* Contents derived from the London,
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England,
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c
United Kingdom (UK),
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Western Europe, Europe,
:
Sampson Low, Marston , 1925 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Fred Leicester, or, The Southern Cross and Charles's Wain, Richard Rowe , 1889 single work children's fiction children's
The first story,'Fred Leicester; or, The Southern Cross and Charles Wain' is described as follows: 'Fred, a young Englishman, acquires 'colonial experience', finds a fortune on the diggings, and returns with it to England to marry 'his Helen'. (The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature ed. Stella Lees and Pam Macintyre (1993): 371).
(p. 7-62)

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