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|Death||209 years ago|
|Date of birth||March 16,1774|
|Date of died||July 19,1814|
|Buried||St. James Hampstead Road|
|Siblings||Samuel Ward Flinders|
|Place of burial||St. James Hampstead Road|
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Australia Circumnavigated: The Voyage of Matthew Flinders in HMS Investigator, 1801-1803
Observations on the Coasts of Van Diemen's Land, on Bass's Strait and Its Islands, and on Part of the Coasts of New South Wales: Intended to Accompany the Charts of the Late Discoveries in Those Countries
Observations Upon the Marine Barometer Made During the Examination of the Coasts of New Holland and New South Wales in the Years 1801, 1802 and 1803
Matthew Flinders: Personal Letters from an Extraordinary Life
Matthew Flinders Private Journal from 17 December 1803 at Isle de France to 10 July 1814 at London
Die erste Umsegelung Australiens 1801-1803
My Dear Friend: The Flinders-Pitot Correspondence (1806-1814) at the Carnegie Library, Mauritius
The 'Investigator' in Port Phillip April-May 1802: Edited from A Voyage to Terra Australis.
A Voyage to Terra Australis
Terra Australis: Matthew Flinders' Great Adventures in the Circumnavigation of Australia
A Voyage to Terra Australis - Volume 2
Matthew Flinders Life story
Captain Matthew Flinders was a British navigator and cartographer who led the first inshore circumnavigation of mainland Australia, then called New Holland.
General election 2019: Six ways to improve TV debates
... Or could broadcasters rip up the debate formula altogether and task politicians with convincing a real voter, while the cameras roll? Matthew Flinders, professor of politics at the University of Sheffield would like to see not a debate but a conversation with someone picked out from the public, who would sit down and get to know the politician, understand about their life, where they re coming from and how that flows into their their policies and beliefs...
Bungaree: Indigenous man who helped Flinders explore Australia
...Bungaree was a popular figure in early Sydney, but is now largely forgotten advised There was a lot of excitement when the remains of captain Matthew Flinders were discovered beneath London s Euston Station this week...