Government appointments : return to an order of the Legislative Assembly dated 4th July 1877 for - A list of all the appointments made in each of the government departments between the 11th and 21st of May 1877
|Other Authors:||Couchman, Thomas, 1831-1915, Galt, A., Labertouche, Peter Paul, 1827-1907, Lavater, George Theodore Adams, 1831-1915, Longmore, Francis, 1826-1898, Odgers, William Henry, 1828-1881, Turner, William, 1819-1883, Tyler, John Chatfield, 1831-1901|
Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1877
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1877-78, no. C 4
"Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed, 21st August 1877"
"W. H. Odgers, U.S." Under Secretary, Chief Secretary's Dept.
"Thos. Couchman, Secretary for Mines"
"Francis Longmore, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey"
"A. Galt, Secretary" Public Works Dept
"P. P. Labertouche, Acting Secretary" Victorian Railways
"Geo. T. A. Lavater, Accountant" Victorian Railways
"J. Chatfield Tyler, Assistant Commissioner of Trade and Customs"
"W. Turner, Deputy Postmaster-General"
4p. ; 33cm.
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