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DOCUMENTS

I. COLONIAL OFFICE.

Manuscript.

  1. Despatches from Secretary of State and Under-Secretary to Governor Macquarie.
  2. Letters from Colonial Office to persons in New South Wales.
  3. Letters to persons in United Kingdom (Domestic Correspondence).
  4. Commissions of Government Officers in Colony.
  5. Circular letters to Colonies, etc.


II. RECORD OFFICE.

Printed.

The Sydney Gazette. The only newspaper in the Colony and the official organ of the Government. Contains General and Government Orders, Proclamations, and all official notices and advertisements, as well as general news.

Manuscript.

  1. Despatches from Governor of New South Wales to Secretary of State of Under-Secretary, with Enclosures.
  2. Despatches from Secretary of State and Under-Secretary to Governor Macquarie.
  3. Letters from Colonists to Secretary of State or Under-Secretary.
  4. Letters from other Government Departments to Colonial Office.
  5. Letters from private persons in United Kingdom to Colonial Office.
  6. Correspondence between Bigge (Commissioner to New South Wales) and persons in the Colony.
  7. Despatches of Bigge to Secretary of State or Under-Secretary.
  8. Documents and Minutes of Evidence collected by Commissioner Bigge.
  9. Reports of Commissioner Bigge.


III. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

The following abbreviations are used in this list; H.C., 1812, II., signifying House of Commons' Papers, 1812, Volume II.

1798. Report respecting Convicts Transported to New South Wales and Norfolk Island. Select Committee on Finance. (H.C., 1798.)


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