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Diabolism! in New South Wales / [by N.L. Kentish]
Bib ID 5745781
Format BookBook
Author
Kentish, N. L. (Nathaniel Lipscomb), 1797-1867
 
Description [Sydney, N.S.W. : N.L. Kentish, 1865.] 
1 folded sheet ([3] pages) ; 33 cm. 
Summary

Copy of petition by N.L. Kentish to members of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, dated 19 April 1865, appealing against his dismissal from the office of Clerk of Petty Sessions in 1859 and denouncing his opponents. Includes postscript dated 20 May 1865, and suggested Notice of Motion.

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Caption title.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 11112.

Subjects Kentish, N. L. (Nathaniel Lipscomb), 1797-1867.  |  Civil service -- New South Wales.  |  New South Wales -- Officials and employees -- Dismissal of.
Also Titled

To the Honorable Members of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, who had not a seat in the former Parliament.

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