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Return of the number of emigrants : that have been sent to New South Wales since the suspension of the Bounty Orders in March 1842; also, Copies or extracts of correspondence between the Colonial Office and holders of such Bounty Orders
Bib ID 909615
Format BookBook
Description [London] : House of Commons, 1847 
16 p. ; 32 cm. 
Notes

"42"

"Ordered , by the House of Commons, to be printed February, 1847."

At head of title: Emigration (New SOuth Wales)

Cover title.

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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 4520

Subjects Australia - Emigration and immigration.  |  Great Britain - Emigration and immigration.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Colonial Office
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Copies or extracts of correspondence between the Colonial Office and holders of Bounty Orders.

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