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The policy of liberalism : state election campaign 1913 : pre-election address / delivered by C.G. Wade
Bib ID 1284422
Format BookBook
Author
Commonwealth Liberal Party (Australia)
 
Printer (Sydney : William Brooks & Co.)
Description Sydney : [Liberal Party], 1913 
16 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Speech delivered at Chatswoood, October 16, 1913.

Subjects Commonwealth Liberal Party (Australia) -- Platforms.  |  Campaign speeches, 1913 -- Commonwealth Liberal Party (Australia) -- New South Wales.
Other authors/contributors Wade, C. G. (Charles Gregory), 1863-1922

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