Fusion: Deakin Exhibits Online

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Endnotes

  1. Clarson, W 1890, The kitchen garden and cottagers manual, 1890, p.57

  2. Ibid, pp.73-74.

  3. The Catalogue of donations to the public library of Victoria. p.33
  4. Sydney Morning Herald, 12 February 1866 & 13 March 1869.

  5. The Catalogue of donations to the public library of Victoria

  6. Ibid, pp.38-39

  7. The Age Tuesday February 12, 1867.

  8. The Weekly Times, Master Printer Retires, Sat 5 March, 1909.

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