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4-350 (Text)

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Speaker:
author,male,Lamington,un addressee,male
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Letter
Word Count :
95
Plaint Text :
ns1:register
Government English
ns1:texttype
Imperial Correspondence
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http://dbpedia.org/resource/Queensland
Created:
1896
Identifier
4-350
Source
Letters Federal Convention Bathurst 1896
pages
113
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568
Identifier
4-350-plain.txt
Title
4-350#Text
Type
Text

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Government House,
Brisbane, Nov. 30th, 1896.
Sir, - I beg to acknowledge your letter of the 23rd inst., enclosing me an Address, for which I beg to thank the President and members of the Convention.
I am glad to know the deliberations of the meeting were carried on with such thorough purpose.
I shall be glad to see the breaking down of those artificial barriers which are so prejudicial to the growth and development of the Australian colonies.
I remain, dear Sir, yours truly,
LAMINGTON.
The Rev. Arthur J. Webb, Secretary People's Federal Convention.

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