New South Wales. Governor - general orders and proclamations [printed broadsides], 1800-1810

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New South Wales. Governor - general orders and proclamations [printed broadsides], 1800-1810

Call numbers

Safe 1/87

Record identifier

9Bv7dRm9

New South Wales. Governor - general orders and proclamations [printed broadsides], 1800-1810

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New South Wales. Governor - general orders and proclamations [printed broadsides], 1800-1810

Full title

New South Wales. Governor - general orders and proclamations [printed broadsides], 1800-1810

Date

1800-1810

Call Numbers

Safe 1/87

Record Identifier

9Bv7dRm9
Physical Description

Contents

0.03 metres of textual material (1 folder) - printed

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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Issue Copy

Microfilm : CY 1091, frames 12-29 (Safe 1/87)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

31 Oct. 1800; General orders regarding conditions of employment for assigned convicts, including clothing, food and rates of pay. Printed broadside 24.8cm x 19.2cm. Philip Gidley King, Governor; William Neate Chapman, Secretary (Call No.: Safe 1/87 item 1; microfilm at CY 1091)

6 Jan. 1805; General orders advising that settlers of good c...

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Full title

New South Wales. Governor - general orders and proclamations [printed broadsides], 1800-1810

NOTES

General note

Orders and proclamations from 1805 to 1810 printed by George Howe, Government Printer.

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, Vol. 1

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Item 7 donated by Mr Morton in 1915; item 1 transferred to the Mitchell Library from the Public Library of NSW in 1923

Exhibited in

The Governor : Lachlan Macquarie, 1810 to 1821 (Travelling exhibition)

Administrative / Biographical history

Early governors of New South Wales issued daily orders which formed the legislation of the colony. The orders were circulated throughout the colony by such means as having them read in church. Some orders and proclamations were printed as broadsides, but only a few examples survive. In 1802 a book of orders was published as 'The New South Wales Ge...

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PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

Safe 1/87

Record Identifier

9Bv7dRm9

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/9Bv7dRm9

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Reference code

455683

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