8 edition of Narrative of the late war in New Zealand. found in the catalog.
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Full text of "Narrative of the Late War in New Zealand" See other formats. Narrative of the late war in New Zealand. London, Richard Bentley, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Carey.
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A step by step account of the war from the origins to the conclusion and the state of the country immediately after the war. soft cover.
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Only a few, therefore, are dated post, and these are reprints of 19th Narrative of the Late War in New Zealand, London, Bentley,Carr, E.C. ‘Deserting the Convoy. Montreal: Printed for the author, by J. Starke, First edition. Hardcover. A reasonably rare account of a Scottish soldier's military service during the Napoleonic Wars and later immigration to Canada, where he is engaged as a soldier against the Upper Canada Rebellion that resulted in rebels being transported to Tasmania.
With an intriguing early owner inscription at the ffep: Mrs. John. Narrative of the Late War in New Zealand Carey, George Jackson. Dealer. New York, NY, US. US. Price. USD. Buy now. About the item.
Blue cloth covered boards are in good condition. Artistic embossed details on boards. Title in gilt on spine. Plastic dust jacket. Corners worn, spine darkened and rubbed. Gutters have begun to crack, though."'The Season of the Jew' is a novel about the war between the English settlers in New Zealand and a band of Maori Did hitch-hike North Island in Couldn't get to South Island, then, due to a ferry strike/5.Maxine Alterio is a novelist, short story writer and non-fiction author.
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