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Speech on the Australian Colonies Bill : at a meeting at the rooms of the Society for the Reform of Colonial Government, June 1st 1850 / by Robert Lowe
Bib ID 1702461
Format BookBook
Author
Sherbrooke, Robert Lowe, Viscount, 1811-1892
 
Description Sydney : W. & F. Ford, [1850?] 
32 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

"Reported by the "Morning Chronicle", and revised and corrected".

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 5430

Subjects Great Britain. - Parliament. - House of Commons. - Australian Colonies Government Bill.  |  Constitutional law - Australia.  |  New South Wales - Politics and government - 1788-1851.
Other authors/contributors Society for the Reform of Colonial Government (London, England)

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