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BLACKBIRDING. - Correspondence Between the Governor of New South Wales and the Earl of Kimberley Respecting Certain Statements Made by Capt. Palmer, R.N. in his Book Entitled 'Kidnapping in the South Seas.'

London HMSO 1872. Foolscap, stitched as issued; 25pp. ¶ An indignant defence by Belmore against the "imputations" cast by Palmer regarding the Daphne case in 1869 which includes defensive letters from Williams, the Crown Solicitor, and Robertson, the Colonial Secretary, which, in turn, include letters from Palmer and minutes of Manning, the Attorney-General.
AUD 275.00 [Appr.: EURO 183.5 US$ 204.88 | £UK 160.25 | JP¥ 22810] Book number 9371

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