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

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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