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0000 0000 8087 3004
Name: 
Lang, John Dunmore
Dates: 
1799-1878
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Baker, David William Archdall
Gilchrist, Archibald
Powell, Gordon (1911-)
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150th anniversary souvenir of the first Presbyterian service held in Parramatta on Thursday, the nineteenth of June, 1823, by the Rev. Dr. John Dunmore Lang
Coming event! or freedom and independence for the seven united provinces of australia
Cooksland, in North-Eastern Australia. Selections
Historical and statistical account of new south wales both as a penal settlement and as a british colony
John Dunmore Lang : Australia's pioneer republican : his life and times, chiefly in his own words
John Dunmore Lang, chiefly autobiographical, 1799 to 1878, cleric, writer, traveller, statesman, pioneer of democracy in Australia;
National sins the cause and precursors of national judgements; a sermon, preached in the Scots church, Sydney, on Friday, November 2, 1838
New Zealand in 1839: or, Four letters, to the Right Hon. Earl Durham, governor of the New Zealand land company. On the colonization of that island, and on the present condition and prospects of its native inhabitants.
Phillipsland. Selections
present aspect and prospects of the church; with a plain statement of the case of the Church of Scotland and the British colonies:, The
Queensland Australia, a highly eligible field for emigration and the future cotton-field of Great-Britain, with a disquisition on the origin, manners and customs of the aborigines
question of questions!, The
Religion and education in America with notices of the state and prospects of American Unitarianism, popery, and African colonization
Reminiscences of my life and times both in church and state in Australia for upwards of fifty years past
Transportation and colonization or, The causes of the comparative failure of the transportation system in the Australian colonies: with suggestions for ensuring its future efficiency in subserviency to extensive colonization
View of the origin and migrations of the Polynesian nation
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