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823.1 Dj 1957 : Mt Disappointment Forest ; Broadford - Tallarook / compiled by R. F. Hilcke under the direction of Mervyn E. Bill.  1957 1
823.1 Favenc : Tales of the Austral tropics / Ernest Favenc ; edited by Cheryl Taylor.  1997 1
823.1 Gmbh 1980 : White Elephant Gap / Victorian Orienteering Association.  1980 1
823.1 Gmbh 1983 : Sheepwash Diggings / Fortuna Seekers and Bendigo orienteers.  1983 1
823.1 Gmbh 1990 : Dunga Mount orienteering map / Tuckonie Orienteers.  1990 1
823.1 Gmd 1860   2
823.1 Hayw : Eulalie, or, The red and white roses / by W. Stephen Hayward.  1890? 1
823.1 M272.L : Sir John Mandeville : the man and his book / by Malcolm Letts.  1949 1
823.1 Mab /0001 Acn:17729 Bund67 20181130} : The Mabinogion / translated by Gwyn Jones and Thomas Jones.  c1974 1
823.1 Myracle : The myracles of Oure Lady : ed. from Wynkyn de Worde's edition / by Peter Whiteford.  1990 1
823.1 Sidney : Gallops and gossips in the bush of Australia, or, Passages in the life of Alfred Barnard / by Samuel Sidney.  1854 1
823.1 Stat : Marcus Clarke literary dynamo : an exhibition from the Australian Manuscripts Collection in the Queen's Hall of the State Library of Victoria, 17 November 1997 to 16 January 1998.  1997 1
823.1 Stka Bund28 20111209} : St. Katherine of Alexandria : the late middle English prose legend in Southwell Minster MS 7 / edited by Saara Nevanlinna and Irma Taavitsainen.  1993 1
823.1/1 : Alfred, or The youthful enquirer : in which many of the operations of nature and art are familiarly explained and adapted to the comprehension of children.  1824 1
823.1/10 : A puzzle for a curious girl.  1806 1
823.1/10 A : A puzzle for a curious girl.  1819 1
823.1/100 : Prince Dorus / by Charles Lamb ; with nine coloured illustrations in facsimile ; introduction by Andrew W. Tuer.  1891 1
823.1/101 : The hermit, or, The unparallel'd sufferings and surprising adventures of Mr. Philip Quarll, an Englishman : who was lately discovered by Mr. Dorrington, a Bristol merchant, upon an uninhabited island in the South-Sea, where he has lived above fifty years, without any human assistance, still continues to reside, and will not come away ... With a curious frontispiece and a map of the island.  1768 1
823.1/102 : The fairy bower, or, The history of a month : a tale for young people.  1841 1
823.1/103 : Select moral tales / translated from the French by a lady.  1763 1
823.1/104 : Annals of the poor / by Legh Richmond.  1846 1
823.1/105 : The young cottager / by Legh Richmond.  1840? 1
823.1/106 : The young cottager / by Legh Richmond.  1840? 1
823.1/107 : Henry, or Secrets of the ruins : a moral tale / by Mrs. Rice.  1807 1
823.1/108 : The history of Maria, a doll : supposed to be written by herself and addressed to her mother / by the author of History and conversion of the Jewish boy, Twin sisters, and other books for children.  1824 1
823.1/109 : Juvenile tales for boys and girls : designed to amuse, instruct, and entertain those who are in the morning of life / by E. Riley, and others.  1849 1
823.1/11 : The three birth-days, or A cure for ill-temper.  1840? 1
823.1/110 : A drive in the coach through the streets of London : a story founded on fact / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1824 1
823.1/111 : The flowers of the forest / by the author of Little Henry and his bearer.  1834 1
823.1/112 : Going to the fair / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1840? 1
823.1/113 : The history of Henry Milner : a little boy who was not brought up according to the fashions of this world / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1823 1
823.1/114 : The history of Little Henry and his bearer / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1831 1
823.1/115 : The history of Little Henry and his bearer Boosy / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1856 1
823.1/116 : The history of Little Henry and his bearer / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1860 1
823.1/117 : The history of Lucy Clare : as related by a clergyman, being intended for the use of young women / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1830 1
823.1/118 : The infant's progress : from the valley of destruction to everlasting glory / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1833 1
823.1/119 : Joys and sorrows of childhood / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1840? 1
823.1/12 : The voyages, shipwreck, travels, distresses, strange adventures, and miraculous preservation of William Bingfield, Esq. : who, with two others, was cast away on a desolated island ...  1799 1
823.1/120 : The little woodman and his dog Caesar / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1824 1
823.1/121a : The little woodman and his dog Caesar / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1824 1
823.1/121b : The little woodman and his dog Caesar ; and The orphan boy / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1879? 1
823.1/122 : Memoirs of Sergeant Dale, his daughter, and the orphan Mary / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1823 1
823.1/123 : The red book / by the author of Little Henry and his bearer.  1838? 1
823.1/124 : The history of Susan Gray : as related by a clergyman : intended for the benefit of young women when going to service, &c. / by Mrs. Sherwood.  1878? 1
823.1/125 : Ambrose and Eleanor, or The adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island / translated from the French, with alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth, by Lucy Peacock.  1807 1
823.1/126 : The visit for a week, or, Hints on the improvement of time : containing original tales, anecdotes from natural and moral history, etc., etc. / by Lucy Peacock.  1841 1
823.1/127 : The spoiled child, or, Indulgence counteracted / by Mrs. Pilkington.  1799 1
823.1/128 : The blind child, or, Anecdotes of the Wyndham family : Written for the use of young people / By a lady.  1795 1
823.1/129 : The blind child, or, Anecdotes of the Wyndham family : written for the use of young people / by a lady.  1809 1
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