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[South Australia Parliamentary papers relating to Australian Federation, 1856-1901]
Bib ID 2024563
Format BookBook
Description Adelaide : Government Printer, 1856-1901 
1 v. (various pagings) ; 33 cm. 
Partial contents 46 tabled papers relating to the establishment of a Federal parliament including: Reports of the Intercolonial Conference, Melbourne, 1870 and Sydney, 1873, 1881 and 1883; Customs union and fee trade correspondence; Despatch re Federal Council adopting bill; Proceedings and debates of the Australasian Federation Conference, 1890; Draft bill to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia. 
Subjects Australia. Constitution -- Law and legislation -- South Australia.  |  Constitutional conventions -- Law and legislation -- South Australia.  |  Constitutional history -- Australia -- Sources.  |  Federal government -- Australia -- History -- 1851-1901 -- Sources.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1851-1901 -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors South Australia. Parliament
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Parliamentary papers on Federation, South Australia.


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