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Financial condition of Tasmania : a speech delivered before a public meeting at the Mechanics' Institution, Hobart Town, on 27th January, 1862 / by Maxwell Miller
Bib ID 6326270
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Miller, Maxwell, 1832-1867, author
 
Printer Hobart Town : Wm. Pratt and Son
Description Hobart Town, Tasmania : Pratt and Son, Printers, [1862] 
34 pages ; 21 cm 
Notes

Library's SR copy is bound in full green crushed morocco by Sangorski.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 12602

Subjects Finance, Public - Tasmania.  |  Tasmania - Economic conditions - 1851-1901.  |  Australian
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Speech delivered before a public meeting

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