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Emigration (Australia) further return to an address of the honourable the House of Commons dated 5 May1854 for copies of extracts of any despatches relative to emigration to the Australian colonies (in continuation of Parliamentary Papers presented to this House in April 1853). Part II. South and Western Australia and Van Diemen's Land
Library's copy bound in Great Britain Parliamentary Papers Emigration Vol. 4; spine title.
Bib ID 5013642
Format BookBook
Description [London : H.M.S.O.], 1854 
102p : charts; 33cm. 
Subjects Australia -- Emigration and immigration.

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