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Essays and addresses on the Australian Commonwealth Bill / by Henry Bournes Higgins
Bib ID 977936
Format BookBook
Author
Higgins, H. B. (Henry Bournes), 1851-1929
 
Description Melbourne : Atlas Press, 1900 
168 p. : 22 cm. 
Notes

Includes: Draft of a Bill to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia.

Subjects Australia. - Constitution.  |  Constitutional law - Australia.  |  Confederation of states - Australia.  |  Federal government - Australia - History.

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