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The Australian Commonwealth and her relation to the British Empire : an address delivered by Sir George Reid to the Canadian Club of Ottawa, at a luncheon given in the Chateau Laurier on Monday 9th September 1912
Bib ID 276166
Format BookBook
Author
Reid, G. H. (George Houstoun), 1845-1918
 
Description Ottawa : Mortimer Press, 1912 
14 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Library's copy inscribed to Sir Matthew Harris with G.H.Rs' kindest regards.

The 080 PAM copy is inscribed: The Hon. Speaker with very kind regards G.H.R.

Subjects Australia -- Relations -- Commonwealth countries.  |  Commonwealth countries -- Relations -- Australia.

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