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Maps and plans 1788-1858 [microform]
Bib ID 2080228
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Description Canberra : Australian Joint Copying Project, [19--] 
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. 
Summary

Maps and plans of King Island, 1802, Sydney, Port Jackson, 1788, Hawkesbury River, 1794, Jervis Bay, 1791, Great Swan Settlement, 1822, Port Phillip Bay, 1803 and Queensland, 1858.

Notes

National Library of Australia holds microfilm master.

Filmed as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project by the National Library of Australia and the Library of New South Wales.

Pieces numbered in MPG series have corresponding CO numbers.

Public Record Office MPG 295-760 (various), MR 44.

Original held by Public Record Office, London.

Cited In

Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. Part 6 : Board of Trade; Treasury; Exchequer and Audit Department; Privy Council; Board of Longitude - class and piece list, p. 54.

Subjects Great Britain. - Colonial Office.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) - Maps.  |  Jervis Bay (A.C.T.) - Maps.  |  Perth (W.A.) - Maps.  |  Queensland - Maps.  |  King Island (Tas.) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1788, 1858 
Other authors/contributors Australian Joint Copying Project  |  National Library of Australia  |  Library of New South Wales  |  Great Britain. Public Record Office

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