Lighthouses : further correspondence relative to lighthouses on the Australian coast
|Corporate Author:||New South Wales. Premier (1856-857 : Parker)|
|Other Authors:||Balmain, James, Browne, H. H., Champ, William Thomas Napier, 1808-1892, Finniss, Boyle Travers, 1807-1893, Kay, Joseph Henry, 1815-1875, Moore, John, 1803-1885, Selwyn, Alfred Richard Cecil, 1824-1902, Torrens, Robert, Sir, 1814-1884|
Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1857
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Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1856-57, no. 71a
GP V 1856/57 no. 71a
"Presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellency's command"
"(In continuation of papers presented on the 19th December 1856)"
Comprises: No. 1. Letter dated 9 Mar. 1857 from NSW Colonial Sec. Hy. Watson Parker to the Chief Secretary Vic., stating that the arrangements necessary to carry out the recommendations of the Lighthouse Commission are under consideration and requesting estimate for lighthouse at Wilson's Promontory - No. 2. Letter 7 Apr. 1857 from Chief Sec. Vic. J. Moore to Colonial Sec. NSW, in reply to the above - 3. Letter 30 May 1857 from NSW Colonial Sec. Hy. Watson Parker to Chief Sec. Vic., concerning alteration in the Gabo Island light and in that proposed for Cape George, and enclosing report of H. H. Browne dated 19 Apr. 1857 - No. 4. Letter 31 July 1857 from Chief Sec. Vic. J. Moore to NSW Colonial Sec., in reply to the above, and enclosure from J. H. Kay, R.N., Commissioner for Victoria on Lighthouse Commission, dated 12 June 1857 - No. 5. Letter 3 Aug. 1857 from Chief Sec. Vic. J. Moore to NSW Colonial Sec., in further reply to No. 1, and enclosures including Letter dated 22 May 1857 from J. H. Kay to the Commissioner of Trade and Customs, Letter and report dated 19 May 1857 from Geological Surveyor Alfred R. C. Selwyn to Captain Kay (chairman Lighthouse Commission) and Letter dated 18 May 1857 from Jas. Balmain to Captain Kay - No. 6. Letter 27 Dec. 1856 from Chief Sec. SA B. T. Finniss to the Chief Sec. Vic., stating that South Australia will only undertake the erection and maintenance of a lighthouse within its own territory, and Copy of SA Treasurer Robert Torrens' minute on letter from Chief Sec. Vic. dated 5 Dec. 1856 - No. 7. Letter 27 Jan. 1857 from Chief Sec. Vic. J. Moore to the Chief Sec. SA, in reply to the above - No. 8. Letter 3 Jan. 1857 from Colonial Sec. Tas. W. Champ to Chief Sec. Vic., notifying concurrence in recommendations of Lighthouse Commission and stating that an estimate will be prepared for King's Island lighthouse
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