Adelaide, Government Printer, 1893. The journal was originally published with two maps; they are basically identical, but one has added chromolithographic geological features, and a key. This second map is not offered here. McLaren 12614 (the dimensions for the maps are larger than those we have recorded here, because McLaren...
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Melbourne, Albert J. Mullet, Government Printer (for the Department of Home Affairs), 25 September 1915. This copy possibly lacks the last leaf, but we cannot locate a copy in Trove to confirm our suspicions.
Perth, Richard Pether, Government Printer, 1879. 'For the Information of Gentlemen of the Medical and other Scientific Professions' is printed at the head of the front cover. Circumcision, tattooing and nose-piercing, but primarily sub-incision.
London, Putnam, . The account of Terry's third planned expedition: the 1928 seven-month journey with two six-wheel Morris trucks commenced in Port Hedland and went through Broome, Halls Creek, Tanami, the Granites and Alice Springs, then on to Adelaide and Melbourne. 'The total distance finally covered was 5,500km in this...
London, Hodder and Stoughton, . Not least, there is a lengthy well-illustrated account (88 pages) of their travels through the Northern Territory and northern Western Australia; Michael Terry figures prominently.