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New Guinea (Papua) Register of correspondence [CO 578], 1884-1900 [microform]
Bib ID 2109034
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Great Britain. Colonial Office
 
Description Canberra : Australian Joint Copying Project, [19--] 
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. 
Summary

Chronological list of correspondence received by the Colonial Office relating to New Guinea [CO 422]. It includes a precis of subject matter and a record of action taken.

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.

Public Record Office CO 578.

Original held by Public Record Office, London.

Cited In

Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. Part 2 : Colonial Office - class and piece list, p. 38.

Subjects Great Britain. - Colonial Office - Archives.  |  Papua - Politics and government.
Time Coverage 1884, 1900 
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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