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The Economist
Bib ID 1932521
Format NewspaperNewspaper
Uniform Title Economist (Melbourne, Vic.)
Description Melbourne : Printed by Ferguson & Moore for Andrew Murray, [1861-1875] 
v. : ill. ; 59 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 3 (Jan. 15, 1864)

Supplements accompany some issues.

Life Dates Began 1861  Ceased with Sept. 17, 1875 
Later Title

Weekly times (Melbourne, Vic.)

Former Title

Bear's weekly circular and rural economist

Subjects Australian newspapers - Victoria - Melbourne.  |  Melbourne (Vic.) - Newspapers.
Place Australia Victoria Melbourne.

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    Collect from: Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room
    Call Number: NX 1400
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: Vol. 4, no. 3-v. 8, no. 19 (Jan. 15, 1864-May 8, 1868)
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