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Multiple Border Crossings: 'Convicts and Other Persons Escaped from Botany Bay and residing in Calcutta'

By Clare Anderson

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Publisher: School of Humanities at the University of New England (Armidale, NSW)
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/9858
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  1. A few details of the escape can be found in IOL
  2. (1998). eds, Convict Love Tokens: the leaden hearts the convicts left behind,
  3. (1997). explorations: investigating convict tattoos and the transportation system’, in I. Duffield
  4. (1840). Fairbank per Mandarin,
  5. (1823). For a selection of Mauritian correspondence on escaped convicts, see: MA RA225. Report of E.A.
  6. (2000). I thank Hamish Maxwell-Stewart for the story of Philip Cato/Robert Collins. See ‘The Accidental Death of James Thomas’,
  7. (2001). Stated This Offence”; High Density Convict Micro-Narratives’, forthcoming in Lucy Frost and Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, eds, Chain Letters: Narrating Convict Lives,

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