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The Barossa election : Mr E. Pariss [sic] Nesbit, Q.C., at Gawler
Bib ID 1606614
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney, between 1960 and 1969] 
1 photocopy ; 46 cm. 
Notes

Photocopy of: The Barossa election : Mr. E. Pariss [sic] Nesbit, Q.C., at Gawler. -- [Gawler, S. Aust. : s.n., between 1896 and 1900] (Gawler : W. Barnet, Printer). -- 1 broadside ; 45 cm.

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Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 13136.

Subjects Nesbit, Paris, 1852-1927. -- Political and social views.  |  South Australia. Parliament. Legislative Council -- Elections.  |  South Australia -- Politics and government -- 1891-1901.  |  South Australia -- Social conditions -- 1891-1901.

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