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Copy letter [from] the Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, to Messres. Spottiswoode and Robertson, solicitors, London, dated 15th of February 1836
Bib ID 2192979
Format BookBook
Description [London? : s.n.], 1836 
1 folded sheet ([1] pages) ; 34 cm. 
Notes

Endorsement title.

One of Library's copies has a manuscript annotation signed by George Mercer.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2167a

Subjects Geelong and Dutigalla Association.  |  Land settlement -- Victoria -- Port Phillip Region.  |  Port Phillip Region (Vic.) -- History.  |  Victoria -- History -- 1834-1851.
Other authors/contributors Mercer, George  |  Great Britain. Colonial Office  |  Spottiswoode and Robertson

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