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Papers relative to the separation of the Moreton Bay District from New South Wales and the establishment of a separate government : [and Further papers ...]
Bib ID 1000771
Format BookBook
Author
Denison, William Thomas, Sir
 
Description London : H.M.S.O., 1858[-1859] 
65, 12 p. 
Notes

Further papers presented to both Houses of Parliament by Her Majesty's command, April 1859.

Despatches from the Governor-General, Sir W. Denison and others.

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Her Majesty's command 30th July, 1958.

Subjects New South Wales -- History.  |  Queensland -- History -- 1824-1900.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Parliament

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