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Federation and the British Empire : being extracts from speeches / by Hon. J.B. Patterson, M.P
Bib ID 6339293
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Patterson, James Brown, 1833-1895 author
 
Printer Melbourne : Watt & Co., 1891
Description 28 pages ; 22 cm. 
Notes

"The following Extracts from Speeches delivered at various times by the Hon. J.B. Patterson on current subjects of interest have been collected ... with the object of marking the completion of his twentieth year of service in Parliament as the representative of the electors of Castlemaine" - preface.

Subjects Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian -- Victoria.  |  Confederation of states -- Australia.  |  Great Britain -- Colonies.  |  Australia -- Relations -- Great Britain.  |  Australian

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