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Baxter, George, 1804-1867
Title
Two specimens of printing in oil colours : one representing the reception of the Rev. John Williams at Tanna, in the South Seas : the other, the massacre of that excellent missionary on the Island of Erromanga, where he and his friend, Mr. Harris, became the proto-martyrs of Christianity in the Australian seas / executed by George Baxter, inventor and patentee, with a description by J. Leary. And an account of the islands when visited by Captain Cook and Captain Dillon
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PIC Volume 522 #PIC/16899/1-2 NK702
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London : George Baxter, 1841
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Baxter, George & Leary, J. (1841). Two specimens of printing in oil colours : one representing the reception of the Rev. John Williams at Tanna, in the South Seas : the other, the massacre of that excellent missionary on the Island of Erromanga, where he and his friend, Mr. Harris, became the proto-martyrs of Christianity in the Australian seas Retrieved June 13, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-138467850

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Baxter, George and Leary, J. Two specimens of printing in oil colours : one representing the reception of the Rev. John Williams at Tanna, in the South Seas : the other, the massacre of that excellent missionary on the Island of Erromanga, where he and his friend, Mr. Harris, became the proto-martyrs of Christianity in the Australian seas London: George Baxter, 1841. Web. 13 June 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-138467850>

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Baxter, George & Leary, J. 1841, Two specimens of printing in oil colours : one representing the reception of the Rev. John Williams at Tanna, in the South Seas : the other, the massacre of that excellent missionary on the Island of Erromanga, where he and his friend, Mr. Harris, became the proto-martyrs of Christianity in the Australian seas George Baxter, London viewed 13 June 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-138467850

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  | year=1841
  | section=7 p. ; 41 cm. + 2 prints : oil ; 21 x 31.8 cm.
  | series=Rex Nan Kivell Collection ;
  | location=London
  | publisher=George Baxter
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  | access-date=13 June 2021
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