Letters [manuscript]. 1901.


Barton, Edmund, 1849-1920. Letters [manuscript].

Letters [manuscript]. 1901.

1. A.L.S. from Henry Rose to Hon. Edmund Barton, Prime Minister enclosing "National Ode" printed poem by Hector A. Stuart, dedicated to Barton, 4th Apr. 1901. ALS. 1 p., Ode 7 pp. 2. T.S. letter signed from Alfred Verral to Prime Minister asking for approval of Alfred Hyder's "National Song of Federated Australia" by the former for the "National Schools," 30th May 1901. Letter 1 p., reply t.s. 1 p., printed words or music of song 3pp. 3. Letter to H. E. The Lieut. Governor of N.S.W. from President of Board of Trade, Ottawa, Canada, enclosing "Circular Letter", printed pamphlet on State owned Cables and a Postal Service for the Empire, "Referred to Prime Minister". 4. Letter T.S. Signed 1901 June 20. Pamphlet 44 pp., June 1901.

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