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L.E. Threlkeld, An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal

Author Threlkeld, L. E. (Lancelot Edward), 1788-1859
Title An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal, the people of Awaba or Lake Macquarie (near Newcastle, New South Wales) being an account of their language, traditions and customs / by L.E. Threlkeld ; re-arranged, condensed and edited with an appendix by John Fraser.
Published Sydney : Charles Potter, Govt. Printer, 1892
Location AUCH - RB/COLL 499.6/1

Map of the Native Tribes of New South Wales
Title and John Fraser's Introduction
An Australian Grammar (1834)
A Key (1850) 
Gospel of Luke (1891) 
Lexicon to Gospel of Luke (1892) 
Appendix A - Minyug Language
Appendix B - Narrinyeri Language
Appendix C - Languages of Western Australia 
Appendix D - Wirradhuri Language 
Appendix E - Awabakal Prayers
Appendix F - Kamilaroi Sayings
Appendix G - Specimens of a Dialect 
Whole Book 

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