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Lord Glenelg and the ministry : Sir William Molesworth's speech on the state of the colonies
Bib ID 2502146
Format BookBook
Author
Molesworth, William, Sir, 1810-1855
 
Description London : Henry Hooper, 1839 
59 pages ; 21 cm. 
Notes

National Library of Australia's FC F2812 copy is without a title page, and has uncut pages. A handwritten note is attached to the front page detailing J.A. Ferguson's provenance of the item.

National Library of Australia's FRM F2812 (N) copy included the title page.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2812

Subjects Glenelg, Charles Grant, baron, 1778-1866.  |  Great Britain -- Colonies -- Administration.  |  New South Wales -- History -- 1788-1851.
Other authors/contributors Molesworth, William, Sir, 1810-1855. Speech on the state of the colonies

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