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Andrew Inglis Clark collection

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The Andrew Inglis Clark collection is a unique set of online resources including letters, correspondence, invitations and ephemera sent to Judge Andrew Inglis Clark (1848 - 1907) from family, friends and colleagues. The collection also contains drafts of his essays, speeches plus articles on law, politics, philosophy and religion. Andrew Inglis Clark was known for the 'Hare Clark electoral system' and for his work on the Australian Constitution for Federation
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