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Bring it to Jesus, [18--]

  • F99
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  • [18--]

Copy of a hymn in the possession of Mrs. J. Swain of Ipswich; claimed to be written by a member of the family of General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, from whom the owners are descended.

Booth, Herbert H.

Discovery of Queensland, 1884

  • F98
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  • 1884

Transcript of series of articles (6) about earliest discoverers of north-east Australia.

Bonwick, James, 1817-1906

Letter to the Home Secretary, 1930

  • F94
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  • 1930

Letter from W. Ryan, Commissioner of Police, to Hon. the Home Secretary, Brisbane re: promotion of Senior Sergeant A.A. Bock in the police force, allegations by W.J. Gall of unfair discrimination, 7 May 1930. Also copies of 2 letters concerning Bock's war service record.

Ryan, W.

Recollections of a rambling life, 1897

  • F9
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  • 1897

Autobiography of Queensland pioneer and pastoralist Thomas Archer.
First published in 1897 in Yokohama, Japan by the 'Japan Gazette' for private circulation.
This transcript was copied by hand by William James Gall (1867-1938); it concludes as Archer departs for California.

Archer, Thomas, 1823-1905

Letter to Alan Frost, 1965.

  • F82
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  • 1965

Letter 10 July 1965 to Alan Frost, English Dept., University of Queensland, enclosing five sonnets. Titles: The rotund sailor, The cannibal islands, Gladstone, The isthmus, A sand bank.

Blight, John, 1913-

The Mount Blaxland landmark, 1969

  • F81
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  • 1969

Account of the construction of the Mount Blaxland landmark in 1968 to commemorate the first crossing of the Blue Mountains in 1813 by Gregory Blaxland, William Charles Wentworth, and William Lawson.

Blaxland, K. H. (Keith Hargrave)

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