Seat of supreme government
|Corporate Author:||Victoria. Lieutenant Governor (1851-1854 : La Trobe)|
|Other Authors:||Newcastle, Henry Pelham, Duke of, 1811-1864, Great Britain. Colonial Office|
Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1853
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1853-54, no. B 11
GP V 1583/54 no. B 11
"Ordered by the Council to be printed 31st August 1853"
"C. J. La Trobe, Lieutenant Governor, Message No. 11"
Comprises No. 15 A letter from Henry Pelham (Duke of Newcastle) to C. J. La Trobe (lieutenant governor Vic.)
Other mentions: Australia, Colony of Victoria, Downing St., Govt. Offices (Melb.), Her Majesty, C. J. La Trobe (lieutenant governor), Legislative Council (Vic.), Melbourne, [Henry Pelham] Secretary of State, Queen and Victoria
 leaf ; 33cm.
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