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Report on the statistics of Western Australia in 1840 : with observations by the Colonial Committee of Correspondence
Bib ID 1091603
Format BookBook
Printer (Perth : F. Lochee, 1841)
Description [Perth? : s.n., 1841?] 
44, xxix, [1] folded leaf of plates ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Condition yellow paper at FRM F3280 (imperf. NL copy)

One copy at FRM F3280 is imperf. wanting pp. 15+.

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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 3280

Subjects Western Australia - Economic conditions - 1829-1851.  |  Western Australia - Politics and government - 1829-1851.  |  Western Australia - Social conditions - 1829-1851.
Other authors/contributors Colonial Committee of Correspondence (W.A.)

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