Lycett, Joseph & Lycett, Joseph. (1825). Kissing Point, New South Wales, the property of the late Mr James Squires Retrieved October 22, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135701358
Lycett, Joseph and Lycett, Joseph. Kissing Point, New South Wales, the property of the late Mr James Squires London (73 St. Paul's Church Yard): Published by J. Souter, 1825. Web. 22 October 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135701358>
Lycett, Joseph & Lycett, Joseph. 1825, Kissing Point, New South Wales, the property of the late Mr James Squires Published by J. Souter, London (73 St. Paul's Church Yard) viewed 22 October 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135701358
| author1=Lycett, Joseph.
| author2=Lycett, Joseph.
| title=Kissing Point, New South Wales, the property of the late Mr James Squires
| section=1 print : aquatint, hand col. ; plate mark 23 x 33 cm.
| series=Views in Australia, or, New South Wales & Van Diemen's Land delineated, in fifty views with descriptive letter press, dedicated by permission to the Right Honble. Earl Bathurst, 1824-1825.
| location=London (73 St. Paul's Church Yard)
| publisher=Published by J. Souter
| access-date=22 October 2021
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