SYDNEY IN THE 19th CENTURY

Author: Joseph Fowles
* A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook *

Profile of churches and public buildings in Sydney in 1848 inc ilustrations. eg.

ST ANDREWS SCOTS CHURCH SYDNEY

The original St Andrew’s Scots Church built in 1835 and located in Sydney City behind St Andrew’s Cathedral – it was the second Scots Church in Sydney.

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