Letter [manuscript] : Milson's Point, N.S.W. to A.S. Cowley. 1901.

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Barton, Edmund, 1849-1920. Letter [manuscript] : Milson's Point, N.S.W. to A.S. Cowley.

Letter [manuscript] : Milson's Point, N.S.W. to A.S. Cowley. 1901.

Letter is in reply to letter recommending Robert Philp as possible Postmaster General ; Barton's respect for Philp, and efforts to persuade him to accept ministerial appointment in Federal Government. Accompanied by Cowley's letter of 23 January 1901.

1 folded sheet ; 18 cm.

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