Correspondence [microform].


Parkes, Henry, Sir, 1815-1896. Correspondence [microform].

Correspondence [microform].

Includes letters by Sir A. Stephen, 18--, W.B. Dalley, 1884, H. Halloran, 1879, D. Gillies, 1888, E. Barton, 1889, H. Lawson, n.d.

1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm.

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Barton, Edmund, 1849-1920 (person)

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Halloran, Henry, 1811-1893 (person)

Stephen, Alfred, Sir, 1802-1894 (person)

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, 1845-1873. Lieutenant-Governor of N.S.W. Member, N.S.W. Legislative Council, 1875-1890. From the description of Papers. 1872-1879. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225759025 John Stephen, 1771-1833, came to New South Wales in 1815 and was appointed the first puisne judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 1826. One of his sons, Alfred, 1802-1894, emigrated to Tasmania in 1824, and became a judge of the ...