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NRS-5250 | Copies of letters sent to public officers re migration to New South Wales

NSW State Archives Collection
AGY-3051 | Immigration Agent ; 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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Initially manuscript copies, later letterpress copies, dealing with enquiries from Clerks of Petty Sessions; reports to Under Secretary for Land and Under Colonial Secretary; and other government agencies. The letters to Clerks of Petty Sessions are indexed under the name of their district or town.

Other, less formalised, communications concern the running of the Barracks and the Quarantine Station; disposal of orphans and incapacitated migrants; charges against ships' officers; return of surgeons' journals etc.

(4/4653-63, 4/4645 part). 12 vols (part).

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This description is extracted from Concise Guide to the State Archives of New South Wales, 3rd Edition 2000.

Created: 1841-01-01 to 1902-12-31

Data time period: 1841-01-01 to 1902-12-31

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