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Correspondence between the Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies and His Excellency the Administrator relating to Australian Federation and the Commonwealth Bill, being continuation of Parliamentary Paper no. 1 of the first session, 1900
Bib ID 2333635
Format BookBook
Author
Western Australia
 
Description Perth [W.A.] : Richard Pether, Govt. Printer, 1900 
7 p. ; 33 cm. 
Series

Parliamentary paper (Western Australia. Parliament) ; 1900, no. 18.

Notes

Cover title.

At head of title: Western Australia.

Subjects Confederation of states - Western Australia.  |  Western Australia - Politics and government.

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