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The proposed referendums to be taken April 26th, 1911 : report of speech / by C.G. Wade, Leader of N.S.W. Liberal Party, delivered in the N.S.W. Parliament, December 8th, 1910
Bib ID 183835
Format BookBook
Author
Wade, C. G. (Charles Gregory), 1863-1922
 
Printer (Sydney : W.M. Magwick & Sons)
Description [Sydney : N.S.W. Liberal Party?, 1911] 
19 p. ; 22 cm. 
Subjects Legislative power -- Australia.  |  Proportional representation -- Australia.  |  Constitutional amendments -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Liberal Party of Australia. New South Wales Division

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