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Item 10: New South Wales. Royal Commission to Enquire into Crime in the Braidwood District - minutes of evidence, 25 Jan.-6 Feb. 1867

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MLMSS 508/Item 10

Record identifier

1DrmdG59

Item 10: New South Wales. Royal Commission to Enquire into Crime in the Braidwood District - minutes of evidence, 25 Jan.-6 Feb. 1867

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Item 10: New South Wales. Royal Commission to Enquire into Crime in the Braidwood District - minutes of evidence, 25 Jan.-6 Feb. 1867

Full title

Item 10: New South Wales. Royal Commission to Enquire into Crime in the Braidwood District - minutes of evidence, 25 Jan.-6 Feb. 1867

Date

25 January - 6 February 1867

Call Numbers

MLMSS 508/Item 10

Record Identifier

1DrmdG59
Physical Description

Contents

1 box - 0.05 Meters

Textual Records - (manuscript)

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Digitised : from microfilm 2015

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

This first Royal Commission established in 1867, consisted of P.L. Cloete, J.S. Richardson, D.H. Campbell, J. Leary and E. Fosbery who were appointed to enquire into `the conduct of the Magistrates and Police with reference to the crime of bushranging in the district of Braidwood and surrounding country .. to inquire into the state of the populatio...

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Full title

Item 10: New South Wales. Royal Commission to Enquire into Crime in the Braidwood District - minutes of evidence, 25 Jan.-6 Feb. 1867

NOTES

General note

The minutes of evidence presented to the Royal Commission were not ordered to be printed by the Legislative Assembly.The report of the Royal Commission and a summary of minutes are printed in `Votes and Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly, 1867-68', Vol. 2, pgs. 115-125.

Microfilm : CY 872, frames 1 - 250

Digital order no:Album ID : 13280...

Signature / Inscriptions

D.S. Mitchell signature.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Bequeathed by D.S. Mitchell, 1907

Administrative / Biographical history

The Commission was appointed on 22nd January 1867 by Governor John Young. The bushrangers referred to were the Clarkes, Connells and others.

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MLMSS 508/Item 10

Record Identifier

1DrmdG59

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449199

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