Constitutional Acts : laid upon the table of the Legislative Council by the Colonial Secretary by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed 13th November 1851

Corporate Author: Great Britain.
Other Authors: MacPherson, Wiliam, Nicholson, Charles, Sir, 1808-1903, New South Wales.
Published: [Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printing Office], 1851
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1851-52 p. 153-199
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Item Description: "Charles Nicholson, Speaker"
"Wm. MacPherson, Clerk of the Council"
"Chs. A. Fitz Roy, Governor"
Contents: [1]. Anno decimo tertio & decimo quarto Victoriae reginae. Cap. LIX. An Act for the better Government of Her Majesty's Australian Colonies (5th August 1850) p. 153-164 -- [2]. Anno quinto & sexto Victoriae Reginae. No. LXXVI. An Act for the Government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land (30th July 1842) p. 165-174 -- [3]. Anno septimo & octavo Victoriae Reginae. Cap. LXXII. An Act to clear up doubts as to the Regulation and Audit of the Accounts of the Customs in New South Wales (6th August 1844) p. 175 -- [4]. Anno Septimo & Octavo Victoriae Reginae. Cap. LXXIV. An Act to explain and amend the Act for the Government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land (6th August 1844) p. 177-178 -- [5]. New South Wales. Anno decimo Victoriae reginae. No. XVII. An Act to provide for the division of the Colony of Victoria into Electoral Districts and for the election of Members to serve in the Legislative Council (Assented to 2nd May 1851) p. 179-199
Other mentions A-K: Advocate General (South Australia) 12, Alberton 46, Anglesey (County) 28,43, James Atkinson (Port Fairy) 44, Attorney-General (N.S.W.) 11,22, Attorney[-General] (Van Diemen's Land) 12, Attorney-General (Vic.) 11,35, Auditor-General and his Dept. (N.S.W.) 11,22, Auditor-General and his Dept. (South Aust.) 12, Auditor-General and his Dept. (Van Diemen's Land) 12, Auditor-General and his Dept. (Vic.) 11, Australian Alps 43, Avoca River 43,44, Bacchus' Marsh 46, Baillie's Creek 42,43, Barwon River 41,43,44, Belfast and Warrnambool Electoral District 28, Ben-ben-gin 41, Benalla 46, Big River 43, Birregurra Creek (Vic.) 42,43, Bourke (County) 28,41, Brighton 46, Broken Creek 42, Buneep Buneep River 41, Buninyong 46, Burnbank 46, Burrumbeet/Burrambeet Creek 42,43, Campaspie [i.e. Campaspe] River 43,45, Cape How[e] [1],13,43, Cape Patterson 41, Carrisbrook 46, Carrum Swamp 41, Chepstowe 46, Chief Justice (N.S.W.) 11,22, Chief Justice (Van Diemen's Land) 12, Christmas Day 40, Colac 46, Colliban [i.e. Coliban] River 43,Colonial Secretary's Dept. (N.S.W.) 11,22, Colonial Secretary's Dept. (South Australia) 12, Colonial Secretary's Dept. (Van Diemen's Land) 12, Colonial Secretary's Dept. (Vic.) 11, Committee of Elections and Qualifications (Vic. Legislative Council) 35,36,37,38,39,40, Corio Bay 41 [given as Geelong Bay],44, Cowie's Creek 44, Crowlands [given as Harland's Inn] 46, Crown Solicitor (N.S.W.) 11,22, Crown Solicitor (South Australia) 12, Crown Solicitor (Van Diemen's Land) 12, Crown Solicitor (Vic.) 11, Dabyminga Creek 43, Dalhousie (County) 28,43, Dandenong 46, Dandenong Creek 41, Deep Creek 41, Devil's River 43, Dundas (County)28,44, Emu Creek 42,43, England 4,17,20,21, Evelyn (County) 41,43, Executive Council (N.S.W.) 11,22,26, Executive Council (South Aust.) 12, Executive Council (Van Diemen's Land) 12, Executive Council (Vic.) 11,36, Follett (County) 28,44, [Henry] Foster [St. Marys Run] 44, French Island 41, Fiery Creek 46, Flooding Creek 46, Geelong 24,28,29,30,31,32,33,44,46 Geelong Electoral District 28, Gellibrand River 42,43, Gippsland Electoral District 28, Gippsland Pastoral District 28,Gelenelg River 41,42, Gnarkeet [given as Guarkeet] Ponds 42,43, Good Friday 40, Goulburn River 43,44, Governor of New South Wales 8,11,13,14,15,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,26,27,32,40, Governor South Australia 12, Governor [i.e. Lieutenant-Governor] Van Diemen's Land 12, Governor [i.e. Lieutenant-Governor] of the Colony of Victoria 8,9,11,28,32,35,36,38,40, Grampians 41,42, Grange Burn [river] 41,42, Grant (County) 28, Grant Electoral District 28,41, Great Britain (given as United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 7,16,[25], Govt. of Great Britain (given as United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) 8,9,21, Great Britain. Australian Courts Act 1828 c. 83 (given as An Act to provide for the Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land ... ) [1], Great Britain. Government of Western Australia Act 1829 c. 22 (given as An act to provide until [31st Dec. 1834] for the Government of His Majesty's Settlements in Western Australia on the Western Coast of New Holland [1], Great Britain. South Australia Act 1842 c. 61 (given as An Act to provide for the better Government of South Australia) [1], Great Dividing Range 41,42,43, Grenville (County)28,42, Hamilton [given as The Grange] 46, Hampden (County) 28,42, Harland's Inn [i.e. Crowlands] 46, Heidelberg 46, Hexham 46, Heytesbury (County) 28,42,43, Hobson's Bay 44, H[enry] Hopkin's purchased land 41,43, Hopkins River 42,44, Horsham 46,Hughes' Creek 43, Jerusalem Creek 43, Jika Jika [later called Preston] 44, Kilmore 28,46, Kilmore, Kyneton and Seymour Electoral District 28, King George the Fourth [1],4,7,8,21, Kyneton 28,46, Kyneton Cattle Market 45
Other mentions L-Z: Lady Julia Percy's Island 41, Lake Bael Bael 44, Lake Boloke [i.e. Buloke] 42, Lake Burrumbeet/Burrambeet 42,43, Lake Colac 42,43, Lake Korangamite 42,43, Lake Pormbeet 42, Lawrence Island [i.e. Lawrence Rocks] 41, Leigh Bridge [later called Shelford] 46, Loddon (heretofore known as Western Port) Electoral District 28, Loddon Pastoral District 28, Loddon River 43, Melbourne [1],13,24,28,29,30,31,32,33,36,40,46, Melbourne Electoral District 28, Merri Creek 44, Merri River 44, Moonee Moonee Ponds 44, Mooraboool River 44, Mordialloc Creek 41, Moravians 31, Mornington (County) 28,43, Mosquito Creek 42, Mount Abrupt 41,42, Mount Alexander 43, Mount Alexander Creek 43, Mount Cole 43, Mount Ida 43, Mount Ida Creek 43, Mount Napier Swamp 41, Mount Sturgeon 41,42, Mount Torbrick 43, Mount William 41, Moyne River 44, Moyne Salt Water Lagoon 44, Murray Electoral District 28, Murray Pastoral District 28, Murray River [1],13,43,44, New Holland [1], Myrtle Creek 43, New South Wales [1],2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,[13],14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,[23,25],26,[27],29,42, Govt. of New South Wales [1],2,[13,23,25],26,[27],29, New South Wales. Administration of Justice Act 1840 No. 22 (given as An Act to provide for the more effectual Administration of Justice in New South Wales and its Dependencies) 7-8, New South Wales Government Gazette 13,15,17, Normanby (County) 28,41,42, Normanby, Dundas and Follett Electoral District 28,41, North Bourke Electoral District 28,41, North Melbourne 44, [John] Pearson's Station 46, Phillip Island 41, Pirron Yalloak Creek 42,43, Plenty River 41, Point Henry 44, Point Nepean 41, Point Roadknight 41,43, Polwarth (County) 28,42, Port Fairy 42,44, [also given as Belfast 28,44,46], District of Port Phillip [1],2,8,13,27, Port Phillip Bay 41, Portland 28,46, Portland Electoral District 28, Power's Creek 42, Prackmingerrin Creek 42, Privy Council 8,18,21, Quakers 31, Richmond 46, Ripon (County) 28,42,43,44, Ripon, Hampden, Grenville and Polwarth Electoral District 28, [Royal] Sign Manual (autograph signature of the monarch)/Signet and Sign Manual 15,16,18,21, Rubicon River 43, [William] Rutledge's special survey 45, Salt Creek 41,43, Sandy Creek 43, Septimus Creek 43, Serpentine Inn 46, Seymour 28,46, Shaw River 41,42, Shelford [given as Leigh Bridge] 46, Sheriff of the colony of Victoria 39, Snod-pon-dock Creek 43,Solicitor-General (N.S.W.) 11,22, Solicitor-General Solicitor-General (Van Diemen's Land) 12, South Australia 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,[13],42,44, Govt of South Australia [1], South Bourke, Evelyn and Mornington Electoral district 28,41, South Melbourne 44, the Speaker (N.S.W.) 16,26, Speaker (Vic. Legislative Council) 32,35,36,37,38,39,40, [Thomas Augustus] Strong [St. Marys Run] 44, Sunday 30,40, Superintendent at/of Port Philip 9,22, Supreme Court of New South Wales 8,17, Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria 8,35,36,40, Swamp Creek 41,42, Swan Hill 46, Sydney 13,40, [Old] Sydney Road 45, Talbot (County) 28,43, Talbot, Dalhousie and Anglesy Electoral District 28, Tasmania [given as Van Diemen's Land] [1],3,4,5,6,7,8,9,21, Colonial Treasurer (N.S.W.) 12,18,22, Colonial Treasurer (South Aust.) 12, Colonial Treasurer (Van Diemen's Land) 12, 11,18, Colonial Treasurer (Vic.) 11,33, Treasury of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 5,18,23, Govt. of Van Diemen's Land [1,23,25,27], Colony of Victoria [2],4,5,6,7,8,27,28,29,31,38, [Victoria] Government Gazette 28,36,38, Victoria Range 41, Villiers (County) 28,42, Villiers and Heytesbury Electoral District 28, Violet Town 46, Votes and proceedings of the [N.S.W.] Legislative Council (given as Journals) 17, Wangaratta 46, Wannon River 41, Warringrin Range 41, Warrnambool 28,46, Warrnambool Bay 44, Waurn Chain of Ponds 44, Werribee River 41, Western Australia 3,4,5,6,7,8,9, Govt. of Western Australia [1], Whitehead's Creek 45, Wimmera Electoral District 28, Wimmera Pastoral District 28, Wimmera River 42, Wiselaskie's [i.e. John Dixon Wyselaskie's] station 42, Yarra/Yarra Yarra River 41,44 Yarrowee River 41,43
Physical Description: 47p ; 34cm.