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Australia Unlimited by Edwin James Brady

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Australia Unlimited
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Publisher: G. Robertson and Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B000856NRG
Number of pages: 1156

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The body of the material for Australia Unlimited has not been gathered from printed pages, but collected carefully. State by State, district by district, mile by mile, year after year, from the wide circle of a continent -- a continent of potentialities still unrealized, for Australia is yet like a flower in the seed, or a song written -- but unsung.

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