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The National policy : New South Wales elections, October 8, 1927 / speech delivered by T.R. Bavin
Bib ID 5017154
Format BookBook
Author
Nationalist Party (New South Wales)
 
Printer (Sydney : New Century Press)
Description Sydney : Nationalist Party, New South Wales, 1927 
31 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Speech delivered at the Chatswood Town Hall, thursday, September 8, 1927.

At head of title: New South Wales elections, October 8, 1927.

Subjects Nationalist Party (New South Wales) -- Platforms.  |  Campaign literature -- New South Wales.  |  New South Wales -- Politics and government -- 1922-1945.
Other authors/contributors Bavin, Thomas Sir, 1874-1941

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