History of Australian Bushranging; Volume 1 Only

By: WHITE, CHARLES

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Hawthorn, Victoria: Llyod O'Neil, 1970. 750 g; Reprint facsimile of 1900 edition. Volume 1; VIII, 388 pages, last blank, list of illustrations, list of maps. The text is illustrated with black-and-white contemporary illustrations and 4 maps. Dark blue boards with gilt writing on the spine. Colour illustrated wraparound dust jacket, faded on the backstrip section. There is a small brown mark on the top edge of the text block, otherwise the book itself is in very good order.. "Against a background of indescribable brutality, the first Australian bushrangers were, not surprisingly, desperate convicts - 'bolters' - who had escaped from the penal settlements of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Their names are part of Australian history and of the Australian tradition: Michael Howe, a self-styled 'Governor of the Ranges'; gallant Matthew Brady, first of the 'gentlemen bushrangers'; the notorious Martin Cash, who rode roughshod over authority, later surviving years of imprisonment to die 'an honest man'; 'Bold' Jack Donohoe, the original 'Wild Colonial Boy'." -- from the front fold over blurb of volume one. Digital image available upon request. . First edition Thus. Blue Boards. Good/Good -- Faded Spine. Illus. by Various. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Australian History.

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