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The Usher of the Black Rod / prepared in the office of the Legislative Council of New South Wales
Bib ID 1231054
Format BookBook
Author
New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council. Office
 
Description [Sydney] : Office of the Legislative Council of New South Wales, 1974 
16p. : col.ill. ; 24cm. 
ISBN 0724006044
Subjects New South Wales. - Parliament. - Legislative Council - Officials and employees.  |  Great Britain. - Parliament. - House of Lords - Officials and employees.  |  New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council. Officials: Usher of the Black Rod.  |  Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Officials: Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod.

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