Early constitutional development in Australia New South Wales, 1788-1856 [and] Queensland, 1859-1922, with notes to 1963 by the editor by A. C. V. Melbourne

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Statementedited by R.B. Joyce.
SeriesGuides to Australian history
ContributionsJoyce, Roger Bilbrough.
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