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by Robert Pinney
Author: Robert Pinney
Publisher: Collins (1981)
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Pinney, R. Early northern Otago runs. Pinney, R. Early South Canterbury runs. Roberts, W. H. S. The history of Oamaru and North Otago. How to cite this page: D. C. McDonald. Campbell, Robert', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 1993.
Robert and Hugh. Robert had discarded the ideas of sailing on the cattle ferry or the packet boat at the main dock in Portpatrick as possible routes to Ireland. The presence of so many soldiers around the cattle pens and in the town was going to make it difficult for the two men to leave the country from Portpatrick. Robert reconsidered the possibility of sailing directly to America from Glasgow, Edinburgh, or one of the other ports in Scotland, but he knew that he would have more soldiers to deal with at all the major ports in Scotland.
Early Northern Otago runs. Published 1981 by Collins in Auckland. 246 p. Number of pages.
Pinney R (1981) Early Northern Otago runs. Registrar-General's Office (1870–1899) Statistics of the Colony of New Zealand for the years 1870 to 1899. NZ Government, WellingtonGoogle Scholar. Randall Johnson G (1884) Report of the Joint Committee on Sheep and Rabbit Acts. Registrar-General's Office (1882) Statistics of the Colony of New Zealand for the year 1882.
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