Melbourne, Mount Alexander and Murray River Railway Company : correspondence between the government and the above company

Corporate Author: Melbourne, Mount Alexander and Murray River Railway Company
Other Authors: Foster-Vesey-Fitzgerald, John, 1818-1900, Newitt, Josh. J., Splatt, William Francis, 1810-1893, Victoria. Colonial Secretary's Office
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1854
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1853-54, no. A 61
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Item Description: "Laid upon the Council table by the Colonial Secretary by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed 6th April 1854'
Comprises correspondence between John Foster (colonial sec.), Josh. J. Newitt (sec. Mount Alexander and Murray River Railway Co.) and Wm. F. Splatt (chairman MAMRR)
Other mentions: Mr Acheson (asst. engineer MMAMRRC) 8, Act of Incorporation 16th Vict. 3,5,6,7, Aitken's Gap 8, Argus 7, Argus Office 7, Auction Mart 7, Bacchus Marsh 8, Board [MMAMRRC] 3,4,5,9, Colonial Secretary of Vic. 3,5,6,9, Colonial Secretary's Office (Melb.) 3,4,6, Colony [of Victoria] 3, Mr De Boos (shorthand writer) 7, Executive 6, Geelong 7, Geelong Advertiser 7, Mr Ginn 5, Mr Ham (lithographer) 7, W. Hardie (asst. engineer MMAMRRC) 8, Mr Harrison (engineer MMAMRRC) 7,8, Her Majesty's Govt. 4,7,8,9, T. Hoare (general asst. MMAMRRC) 8, Hope and Mackenzie 5,6, A. Jackson (asst. engineer MMAMRRC) 8, Kilmore 8, Kyneton 8, [C. J. La Trobe] Lieutenant Governor 3,4,6,7, Legislative Council 3,4, London 5, London Agency 4,5, Mr Lucas (printer) 7, Melbourne 3,4,5,6,9, Melbourne, Mount Alexander, and Murray River Railway Co. 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, Morning Herald 7, Mr Pullar (stationary supplier) 7, Railroad from Melbourne to Williamstown 3,4,5,6,8,9, G. M. Stephen (counsel) 7, Mr Swyer (asst. engineer MMAMRRC), Mr Trenchard 7, Victoria 3, [Victorian] Government 3,4,5,6,8,9, [Victorian] Legislature 3, Mr Webb (shorthand writer) 7, Williamstown 4,5 and Williamstown pier 4,5,6
Physical Description: 9p. ; 33cm.