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REGISTER - OFFICIAL LETTERS FORWARDED

  • AU WA S1959
  • Series
  • 1829-06-07 - 1873-06-14

Lists in date and letter number order the official letters forwarded by the Survey Department. Copies of official letters forwarded (numbered) can be found at WAS 1844. Abstracts for letters nos 1-283 can be found at WAS 1845.

SURVEY OFFICE

LETTERBOOKS (OUTWARDS CORRESPONDENCE) [MAIN SERIES]

  • AU WA S2755
  • Series
  • 1829-06-08 - 1900-02-16

The letterbooks of the Colonial Secretary's Office is an almost complete set of duplicate correspondence sent by the Colonial Secretary to other government departments, subordinate offices and private individuals. During the period 1829-1895 ...

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE

PLANS - AVON - EARLY SURVEYS

  • AU WA S240
  • Series
  • 1834-01-01 - 1838-12-31

With one exception all,of the plans in this series are Survey Office reductions drawn from surveys conducted by Ommanney & Shenton, and Smythe in the Avon Valley during the mid 1830s.All plans were accessioned as 401C when transferred to the Batty...

SURVEY OFFICE

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PASSENGERS

  • AU WA S2084
  • Series
  • 1829-08-05 - 1829-12-15

At the front of the volume passengers are listed in order of arrival August-December 1829. At the back of the volume, these settlers are listed alphabetically and the number of acres assigned to each is given.

SURVEY OFFICE

ABSTRACTS - LETTERS FORWARDED TO SETTLERS

  • AU WA S1857
  • Series
  • 1829-09-19 - 1835-08-16

The volumes contain a brief description of the subject matter of the letter, date sent & to whom. The letters can be seen at Was 1856

SURVEY OFFICE

CIRCULARS

  • AU WA S1226
  • Series
  • 1829-11-29 -

Handwritten copies of circulars received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies 1829 - 1838. At the back of the volume are the regulations for the Civil Court for 1832.

GOVERNOR'S ESTABLISHMENT

Circulars

  • AU WA S1226 cons391 337
  • Item
  • 1829-11-29 - 1838-05-31
  • Part of CIRCULARS

TRANSCRIPTS - BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES, BAPTISMS, BURIALS (PRE-1861)

  • AU WA S4043
  • Series
  • 1829-12-06 - 1861-10-11

This is an artificial series created by the State Records Office for a collection of transcripts of early Colonial recordings of births, deaths, marriages, baptisms and burials mainly prior to the establishment of the Registry Office in 1841. The ...

REGISTRY OFFICE

ABSTRACTS - CORRESPONDENCE - BOARD OF COUNSEL AND AUDIT

  • AU WA S1944
  • Series
  • 1830-01-01 - 1832-12-31

Brief abstracts of letters sent to and received by the Board of Counsel and Audit which was established to assess the value of items listed by settlers in their applications to acquire Crown land allotments.

SURVEY OFFICE

MINUTE BOOKS - COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS

  • AU WA S204
  • Series
  • 1830-01-01 - 1890-01-01

On 9 December 1829, Captain Stirling appointed Justices of the Peace to deal with civil and criminal matters. The greater part of their work was in connection with criminal offences and they held courts of Petty and Quarter Sessions as in England....

SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

STORES, SUPPLIES, ETC

  • AU WA S1813
  • Series
  • 1830-01-01 - 1881-12-31

The series provides details of receipts and issues of stores and details of suppliers in country areas and Perth.

SURVEY OFFICE

REGISTERS - LANDS AND SURVEYS PLANS

  • AU WA S247
  • Series
  • 1830-01-01 - 1980-01-01

Register of plans produced by survey staff of Lands & Surveys (and predecessor agencies) and maintained by Department's plan custodian.

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND SURVEYS

LEGAL MEMORANDA NOTEBOOK

  • AU WA S1597
  • Series
  • 1830-01-01 - 1854-12-31

The notebook contains notes by John Molloy, the first Resident Magistrate, of cases heard, contracts for employment, licences issued and stock owned.

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE - BUSSELTON

FILES - CRIMINAL INDICTMENT

  • AU WA S122
  • Series
  • 1830-01-01 -

In order to deal with criminal offences Captain Stirling created the appointments of Justices of the Peace on 9 December 1829 under the 1535 Act Hen. VIII, excluding the "caution clause". A further Proclamation was made on 20 January 1830 appointi...

SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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