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NRS-1275 | 1828 Census: Working papers

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AGY-16 | Colonial Secretary and Registrar of the Records of New South Wales (1821-1824) Colonial Secretary (1824-1856) Colonial Secretary or Principal Secretary to the Government (1856-1859) Chief Secretary [I]
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The householders' returns (NRS 1273) for the 1828 Census from Government Establishments, such as Iron Gangs and Hospitals, were extracted from their respective districts by the clerks and were filed together (in [4/1238.1]). There are two lists, one of nineteen Government Establishments and the other a ‘General Abstract of the Gangs, &ca to whom Slop Clothing was issued on the 1st November 1828, to 4033 different Convicts, and others’. These two lists comprise the 1828 Census: Working papers.

Accompanying the second list is a ‘List of Convicts in Government employ and to whom Slop Clothing was issued on the 1st November 1828’ which lists up to 3933 convicts in 66 pages giving their name and ship in sections indicating their government employment (such as No.1 Iron Gang; Bathurst Road; Parramatta Hospital).

UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register
The records of the 1828 Census were inscribed on the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register on 27 February 2019.

Created: 1828-11-01 to 1829-12-31

Data time period: 1828-11-01 to 1829-12-31

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