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Observations on a bill now before the Legislative Council of New South Wales entitled a Bill for Giving Relief to Insolvent Persons, and providing for the due collection, administration and distribution of insolvent estates within the colony of New South Wales, and for the prevention of frauds affecting the same, addressed to the members of the Legislative Council, the merchants, traders, and others of New South Wales
Bib ID 1695164
Format BookBook
Author
Burton, William, Sir, 1784-1888
 
Description Sydney : Printed at the Herald Office, 1838 
11 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Attributed to Sir William Westbrooke Burton (cf. Ferguson v. 2)

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 2451

Subjects New South Wales. - Legislative Council. - Bill for Giving Relief to Insolvent Persons.  |  Bankruptcy - Australia.  |  Bankruptcy - Great Britain.

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