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An act to explain and amend an act ... passed ... September, 1826, entitled "An act for regulating the future sale of ale, beer, wine, spirits, and other liquors by retail, in the island of Van Diemen's Land ..."
Bib ID 457236
Format BookBook
Author
Van Diemen's Land
 
Uniform Title Sale of Liquors Amendment Act (1827)
Description Hobart Town : Printed by A. Bent, [1827?] 
4 pages ; 34 cm. 
Notes

8 Geo. IV, no. 1.

At head of title: By His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieutenant Governor ... with the advice of the Legislative Council.

Library's copy at F1094 bound with eleven other items with spine title: V.D.L. [ie, Van Diemen's Land] acts of the Governor and Council, 1826-27 [ie, 1826-1827], 1830, 33 [ie, 1833], 1835 ...

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 1150

Subjects Liquor laws -- Tasmania.
Other authors/contributors Arthur, George, Sir, 1784-1854  |  Van Diemen's Land. Legislative Council  |  Van Diemen's Land. Lieutenant-Governor

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