3 edition of Correspondence and papers relating to constitutions, the discovery of gold, and other affairs in Australia, 1854-55. found in the catalog.
Correspondence and papers relating to constitutions, the discovery of gold, and other affairs in Australia, 1854-55.
Great Britain. Parliament.
|Series||British parliamentary papers, colonies, Australia -- 20., 1854-55  -- vol. 38., 1854-55  -- vol. 38., 1854-55  -- vol. 38., 1854-55  -- vol. 38., 1854-55  -- vol. 38., 1854-55  -- vol. 38., 1854-55 (145) -- vol. 38., 1854-55 (301) -- vol. 38., IUP library of fundamental source books|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p., 11 leaves of plates (6 folded) :|
|Number of Pages||452|
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