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Estimate of the expenditure of the government of Van Diemen's Land for the year 1837
Bib ID 1159247
Format BookBook
Author
Van Diemen's Land
 
Printer (Hobart Town : James Ross)
Description Hobart Town : Ordered to be printed, 1836 
14, [4] pages ; 29 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"1st August, 1836"

Consists primarily of tables.

No. 18 of 38 items entitled: [Tasmanian estimates of expenditure 1833-39]

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2200

Subjects Tasmania -- Appropriations and expenditures.  |  Tasmania -- History -- 1803-1851 -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Arthur, George, Sir, 1784-1854  |  Van Diemen's Land. Lieutenant-Governor  |  Van Diemen's Land. Legislative Council

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