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John Dight - Commission to John Dight to act as a coroner in the Colony of New South Wales, 4 June 1828
Level of Description
Date of Work
4 June 1828
Type of Material
Safe 1 / 4b
Microfilm - CY 3237, frames 12 - 16 (Safe 1/4b)
Document with seal in box - 0.04 Meters
Textual Records - (manuscript)
Objects - wax impression of seal
Administrative / Biographical Note
John Dight arrived in New South Wales as a free settler in 1801. He settled at Richmond on the Hawkesbury River.
Commission signed by Governor Ralph Darling and Alexander McLeay; with wax impression of the Great Seal of New South Wales
Presented by Mrs Gemmell-Smith
Darling, J. R. (James Ralph), 1899-1995
McLeay, Alexander, 1767-1848
New South Wales. Great Seal
Coroners -- New South Wales.
New South Wales -- Officials and employees.
Digital order no.
Album ID : 879153
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