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Copy letter from the Geelong and Dutigalla Association to the Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies
Bib ID 856042
Format BookBook
Description [Hobart Town? : s.n., 1835?] 
[1] pages ; 36 cm. 
Notes

Half t.p.

"Dated 27th of June 1835"

Library's copy bound with 4 other items at FRM F2004a with spine title: Port Phillip Association papers.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 2006c

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Land tenure.  |  Land settlement -- Victoria -- Port Phillip Region.  |  Land tenure -- Victoria -- Port Phillip Region.  |  Port Phillip Region (Vic.) -- History.
Other authors/contributors Geelong and Dutigalla Association  |  Great Britain. Colonial Office

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