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SCHEDULE.



No. 1.—Extract of a Despatch from Lord Glenelg to Governor Sir Richard Bourke, K.C.B., dated Downing-street, 26 July 1837
p. 3


No. 2.—Copy of a Despatch from Lord Glenelg to Governor Sir George Gipps, dated Downing-street, 31 January; (Two Enclosures)
p. 4


No. 3.—Copy of a Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, dated Government House, Sydney, 25 April 1838; (Two Enclosures)
p. 21


No. 4.—Copy of a Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, dated Government House, Sydney, 27 April 1838; (One Enclosure)
p. 24


No. 5.—Copy of a Despatch from Lord Glenelg to Governor Sir George Gipps, dated Downing-street, 16 November 1838
p. 26


No. 6.—Copy of a Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, dated Government House, Sydney, 21 July 1838; (Five Enclosures)
p. 27


No. 7.—Copy of a Despatch from Lord Glenelg to Governor Sir George Gipps, dated Downing-street, 21 December 1838
p. 33


No. 8.—Copy of a Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, dated Government House, Sydney, 19 December 1838; (Three Enclosures)
p. 34


No. 9.—Extract of a Despatch from the Marquess of Normanby to Governor Sir George Gipps, dated Downing-street, 17 July 1839
p. 56


No. 10.—Copy of a Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Glenelg, dated Government House, Sydney, 8 January 1839; (One Enclosure)
p. 56



SKETCH of the proposed Military Posts between Sydney and Port Phillip
at the end.