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    William Nicolle Oats
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    Friends School Hobart (1979)
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Further reading and reference: W Oats, The Rose and the Waratah: The Friends' School Hobart 1832–1945, Hobart, 1979; A question of survival, Brisbane, 1985; and Headmaster by Chance, Hobart, 1986; S Given, In the spirit of family: The Friends' School, Hobart 1945–1995.

Further reading and reference: W Oats, The Rose and the Waratah: The Friends' School Hobart 1832–1945, Hobart, 1979; A question of survival, Brisbane, 1985; and Headmaster by Chance, Hobart, 1986; S Given, In the spirit of family: The Friends' School, Hobart 1945–1995, Hobart, 1997.

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Oats, William N. 1979. The Rose and the Waratah: The Friends’ School Hobart, Formation and Development, 1832–1945. Oats, William N. 1981. Backhouse and Walker: Quaker View of the Australian Colonies, 1832–38. Hobart: The Friends’ School. Hobart: Blubber Head Press. 1982. Quakers in Australia in the Nineteenth Century. University of Tasmania. 1985. A Question of Survival: Quakers in Australia in the Nineteenth Century. St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

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