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Crime in the Port Phillip District, 1835-51. By Paul R Mullaly

This book presents a detailed study of the administration of criminal law in the Port Phillip District, from the arrival of the white settlers until the Separation from New South Wales in 1851. It will help the present community understand many aspects of our present culture and give many citizens an insight into the community in which their ancestors lived.This book will be of interest to the legal profession, students of Victorian/Australian history, and a general readership.
 Winner of the Judges Special Prize for Excellence in the Victorian Community History  Awards, 2009.

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This book presents a detailed study of the administration of criminal law in the Port Phillip District, from the arrival of the white settlers until the Separation from New South Wales in 1851. It will help the present community understand many aspects of our present culture and give many citizens an insight into the community in which their ancestors lived.This book will be of interest to the legal profession, students of Victorian/Australian history, and a general readership.
 Winner of the Judges Special Prize for Excellence in the Victorian Community History  Awards, 2009.

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Weight 1.7 kg
Dimensions 25 × 19 × 5.5 cm

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