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Comparative lists of the military staff employed in the colonies of the West Indies, Mauritius, the Cape of Good Hope, Malta, Ceylon, the Coast of Africa, New South Wales, Gibraltar, Heligoland, and Saint Helena in the years 1792, 1800, and 1818
Bib ID 1688259
Format BookBook
Author
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
 
Description [London : Govt. Printer, 1820] 
23 p. ; 34 cm. 
Series

[Parliamentary papers / House of Commons] ; no. 86.

Notes

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Subjects Great Britain - Colonies - Administration.  |  New South Wales - Officials and employees - Salaries, etc.  |  New South Wales - Armed Forces - Pay, allowances, etc.

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