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Main Title: A short account of a voyage round the globe in H.M.S. Calcutta 1803-1804 / [by] Nicholas Pateshall ; edited with an introduction by Marjorie Tipping.
Author: Pateshall, Nicholas.
Tipping, Marjorie, 1917-2009.
Imprint: Melbourne : Queensberry Hill Press, 1980.
Collation: 93p : ill., plan, notes, bib., index, hbk ; 22cm.
Subject: Pateshall, Nicholas, 1781-1854
Calcutta (Ship)
Diaries and journals
Discovery and exploration
Discovery and exploration
Explorers
ISBN: 0909174202
Notes:
Edited with an introduction by Marjorie Tipping. Victoria has few published accounts of its first settlements, unlike New South Wales. Nicholas Pateshall's journal is the first of a proposed series of small publications related to the early settlement of Port Phillip and Van Diemen's Land. Nicholas Pateshall is a little-known name in Australian history. He was the third lieutenant on the convict ship H.M.S. Calcutta, which set sail for New Holland on 26 April, 1803, on an expedition to collect naval timber and to establish a settlement in the newly discovered bay on the northern shore of Bass Strait."
Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Non-Fiction Main Library 910.45 CAL TIP Available