Dissolution of the twenty-first parliament
|Corporate Author:||Victoria. Premier (1904-1909 : Bent)|
|Other Authors:||Victoria. Governor (1908-1911 : Carmichael)|
Melbourne : J. Kemp, Government Printer, 1909
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1909, no. B 10
GP V 1909 no. B 10
"Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed, 25th February, 1909 "
"Thos. D. Gibson Carmichael, Governor of Victoria, Message No. 10"
Sir Thomas David Gibson Carmichael (1859-1926) was Governor of Victoria from 27 July 1908 to 19 May 1911
Comprises: Memorandum from His Excellency the Governor - Schedule A. Brief memorandum drawn up on 5th December1908 by His Excellency the Governor (countersigned by Thomas Bent, Premier of Victoria) - Shedule B. Memorandum by His Excellency the Governor on the considerations which led him to dissolve the Legislative Assembly
5p. ; 34cm.
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