|Series||British parliamentary papers, colonies, Canada -- 32., 1890-91 [c.6287] -- vol. 26., 1890-91 [c.6269-4] -- vol. 55., 1890-91 [c.6488] -- vol. 57., 1890-91 [c.6303] -- vol. 96., 1890-91 [c.6334] -- vol. 96., 1890-91 [c.6365] -- vol. 96., 1890-91 [c.6256] -- vol. 96., 1892 [c.6693] -- vol. 27., 1892 (302) -- vol. 48., 1892 [c.6563-18] -- vol. 55., 1892 [c.6637] -- vol. 95., 1892 [c.6703] -- vol. 95., 1893-94 [c.6857-17] -- vol. 60., 1893-94 [c.7215] -- vol. 60., 1893-94 [c.7726] -- vol. 71., 1893-94 [c.6968] -- vol. 109., 1893-94 [c.7219] -- vol. 109., 1894 [c.7319] -- vol. 56., 1894 [c.7445] -- vol. 69., IUP library of fundamental source books|
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