The Marcus Clarke memorial volume : containing selections from the writings of Marcus Clarke, together with Lord Rosebery's letter, etc., and a biography of the deceased author / compiled and edited by Hamilton Mackinnon Clarke, Marcus, 1846-1881

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Clarke, Marcus, 1846-1881
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Clarke, Marcus Andrew Hislop, 1846-1881.; Biography.; Clarke, Marcus, 1846-1881
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Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke was a journalist and novelist. Assembled by his friend, Hamilton McKinnon, this is a selection of his most popular journalism and poetry with a biographical introduction. Content include: Our glorious climate, A merry christmas, On loafing around, New chums, Modern boys, Democratic snobbery, Carmen, Theatre gallery folk, Australian scenery, Bush fire, In a bark hut, Bullocktown (Glenorchy), Austin Friars, Pawnbroker's shop on Saturday night, Camomile street, Melbourne hotels, Squatters past and present, Cannabis indica, Haunted author, Children's suicide, About gardens and flowers, Future Australian race, Beaconsfield novels, Obituary notices. Index, advertising. RHSV copy has Sale Mechanics Institute bookplate. Ferguson, 8325
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19339569

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