Despatch from the Colonial Secretary to Governor Sir Charles Darling concerning the removal of convicts from Victoria to Western Australia.

Melbourne: Government printer, 1864.

Single foolscap sheet.

Western Australia - the last convict colony

Parliamentary printing of a despatch from the acting Colonial Secretary, Henry Pelham Clinton (the fifth Lord Newcastle) to Governor Sir Charles Darling concerning the removal of convicts from Victoria to Western Australia: 'recommends that all male convicts, who are not disqualified by removal to a colony, should be sent to Western Australia during the latter part of their punishment.'

Parliamentary printing of a despatch from the acting Colonial Secretary, Henry Pelham Clinton (the fifth Lord Newcastle) to Governor Sir Charles Darling concerning the removal of convicts from Victoria to Western Australia: 'recommends that all male convicts, who are not disqualified by removal to a colony, should be sent to Western Australia during the latter part of their punishment.'

The despatch is dated 26th December 1863.

Price (AUD): $300.00  other currencies     Ref: #4108184

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