Notes of an Exile to Van Dieman's Land: Comprising the Incidents of the Canadian Rebellion in 1838, Trial of the Author in Canada
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Notes of an exile to Van Dieman's Land : comprising the incidents of the Canadian Rebellion in 1838, trial of the author in Canada, and subsequent appearance before Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, in London, imprisonment in England, and transportation to Van Dieman's Land : also an account of the horrible sufferings endured by ninety political prisoners during a residence of six years in that land of British slavery, together with sketches of the isand, its history, productions, inhabitants, &c
Linus W Miller
W. McKinstry & Co, 1846
[A first-hand account of the convict system in Australia and Tasmania and the 1837-1838 Rebellion in Canada.] Re bound in modern cloth. new leather spine label. Xi, 378 p. ; 21 cm. On title page: "Slaves can breathe in England." Institutional stamps. Miller was an American citizen from Stockton, New York transported to Australia after joining the rebels. Refs: Ferguson 4349; Sabin 49037. Howes M-613.