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The manuscript has no formal title, but written on the back, in E.C. Frome's handwriting, is 'Dec/42. Mem. Mr. Burr on the Interior South Australia'. The work sets out to prove that 'we Southern Australians are not chopped off from the rest of the world: hemmed in on every side'. Burr discusses the importance of South Australia to Britain as a means of absorbing surplus population and for the advancement of Christianity, civilisation and science.