NRS 906: Colonial Secretary, Special Bundles (1857-1873)

Special Bundles contain correspondence and papers on particular matters or subjects which because of their significance or the quantity of correspondence generated were usually extracted from an agency's main correspondence series and treated separately. They may contain both registered and unregistered papers and, depending on the nature of the bundle, may cover many years or just a short period of time. Creating Special Bundles was a way for an agency to highlight records of temporary or long-term interest so that the papers were readily to hand. The general title given to them by the agency often provides little indication of the diversity of the material they may contain.

1857-1873

Dates Description
1857 Return showing the distribution of the establishment of the Chief Commissioner of Crown Lands in the rural districts on 31 Dec 1857 [4/7230 part]
1857 Estimate of the expense of the Native Police Force [4/720.1 part]
1857 Electoral Districts for Moreton Bay [4/7175]
1857 Statement of the strength of the police in the several districts of the Colony on 31 Dec 1857 [4/720.1 part]
1857 Reports of National and Denominational School Boards [4/722.2 part]
1857 Return of the number of clergymen of each denomination registered at the Registrar General's Office [4/722.2 part]
1824-1857 Various statistics: Prices of Provisions etc, Rates of Wages, 1844-57; Mills, Manufactories etc 1837-57; Livestock slaughtered for Tallow and Lard 1844-57; Coal Mines 1834-57; Land Sales 1824-57; Mortgages on Land 1837-57; Preferable Liens on Wool 1843-57; Mortgages on Livestock 1843-57 [4/720.2 part]
1827-1757 Bonds and letters from Crown Solicitor — chiefly those entered into by Public Servants and Clerks of Petty Sessions and their guarantors [4/1252-53]
1829-1857 Returns of Mills and Manufactories: 1829, 1831-41 [4/7267]; 1842-50 [4/7268]; 1851-57 [4/7269]
1830-1857 Samples of forms in use [4/7172]
1831-1857 Returns of civil cases tried in the Supreme Court [4/6670.2]
1831-1857 Statistics of criminals tried and their offences, at Quarter Sessions and in the Supreme Court [4/6670.3]
1835-1857 Returns of Crops and Produce: 1835-47 [4/7257]; 1848-55, 1857 [4/7258]; 1857 [4/7261]
1837-1857 Memoranda re foreign consuls [4/7491.2]
1842-1857 Staff and duties of the Supreme Court [4/6846.1]
1848-1857 Returns of the Civil Establishment — Clerks in the Colonial Secretary's Office 1848; Native Police 1854-57; Police 1856-57; Gold Establishment 1857; Alphabetical list of public officers 1857; Schools Establishment 1855-56; Surveyor General and Chief Commissioner of Crown Lands 1857 [4/720.1 part]
1849-1857 Cockatoo Island. Papers re 1849 Inquiry and reports on administration [4/1161]
1849-1857 Returns of the Colony for the Secretary of State — Executive and Legislative Council, Population, Trade and Immigration, Revenue and Expenditure [4/6977B]
1849-1857 Wide Bay District — letters from Commissioners of Crown Lands, Commandant of the Native Police, and the Government Resident, Moreton Bay [4/7173]
1850-1857 Rations of prisoners in gaols [4/7174]
1851-1857 Returns of livestock [4/7254]
1851-1857 Miscellaneous returns and working papers for the Blue Book, including: Customs 1851-57; Commissioners of Crown Lands 1855; Military and Naval Establishment 1855-57; Gaol Establishment 1856 [4/7230 part]
1853-1854, 1856-1857 Statement of fees and travelling expenses paid to Coroners and Magistrates [4/722.2 part]
1853-1857 Return of the expense of the Ecclesiastical Establishment [4/722.2 part]
1853-1857 Returns of the Departments, showing office, name, period of service, salary and remarks, of the Civil Establishment [4/722.2 part]
1855-1857 Ecclesiastical Returns [4/3373.2]
1855-1857 Military expenditure [4/720.4]
1855-1857 Political franchise (including printed Government Gazettes, returns for 1856, papers re general election of 1856 etc) [4/720.5]
1855-1857 Miscellaneous Numerical Returns — Savings Banks, Friendly Societies, Freeholders, persons paying direct taxes, Paupers, Immigrants and Emigrants, and children employed in agriculture [4/721.2]
1855-1857 Public debt [4/721.5]
1855-1857 Charitable Institutions — returns of the number of patients in the various hospitals of the Colony [4/721.1]
1855-1857 Public Works returns [4/3372.1]
1855-1857 Immigration Regulations — proposed amendments [4/722.1]
1856-1857 Returns of Exchanges, Moneys, Weights and Measures [4/720.3]
1856-1857 Census Returns (printed) [4/721.3]
1856-1857 Public Accounts of the Colony of New South Wales (printed) [4/721.4]
1856-1857 Local Revenues — Commissioners of the City of Sydney, and South Head, Randwick and Coogee, Cumberland and Maitland Roads Trust [4/721.6]
1858 1858 General Elections — Special return of writ for the United Pastoral Districts, 1858 [4/744.3]
1858 Returns of the Civil Establishment: Supreme Court - Judges' clerks and tipstaves; Police, Muswellbrook, Jun 1858; Clerk of the Peace, Maitland; Health Officers, Port Jackson and Newcastle [4/725.3]
1858 Removal from office of the Chairman of the National School Board (J H Plunkett) [4/7176.1]
1824-1858 Returns, minutes and circulars re Convicts — victualling, labour, punishment, mustering, assignment, expenditure on, etc [4/7018.3-7019]
1827-1858 Civil Establishment — salaries and employment of public officers. Miscellaneous returns for the Blue Book [4/7156]
1829-1858 Returns of Gaols and Prisoners: 1829, 1831, 1833 [4/7341]; 1829, 1831, 1837 ([4/7275]; missing); 1832, 1837, 1838-43 [4/7274]; 1844-55 [4/7276]; 1856-57 [4/718.1]; 1858 [4/724]; 1831-33 Returns of the state of the Gaols; 1835, 1837-56 Returns of officers of the Gaol Establishment [4/7341]
1830-1858 Returns for the Blue Book, the Secretary of State etc — covering letters only (no returns): 1830-36 [4/7487];1837-45 [4/7488]; 1846-58 [4/7489]
1832-1858 Draft Schedules of Appointments to the Public Service [4/7033-34]
1844-1858 Blue Book — preparation of and returns [4/722.2 part]
1849-1854, 1858 Supply of School books of the National School Board by the Commissioners of National Education, Dublin, and miscellaneous matters [4/7176.3]
1855-1858 Native Police, Moreton Bay [4/719.2]
1856-1858 Cockatoo Island — Reports of inquiries into management [4/723]
1856-1858 Agriculture — Statistics [4/725.2]
1857-1858 Town Clerk, Sydney [4/7177]
1857-1858 Suspension of Gaoler and Principal Turnkey at Parramatta, and inquiry into paternity charges of Mary Murphy [4/724]
1859 Moreton Bay land purchases — lists of deeds submitted to the Governor for signature [4/725.4]
1859 Land sale proclamations [4/726.3]
1859 Returning Officers [4/728.3]
1859 1859 General Elections — Seat of the Gold Fields North Electoral District claimed by James Hoskins [4/744.4]
1823, 1827, 1856, 1859 Criminal matters, Tasmania — depositions and descriptions of attacks by bushrangers and other thefts, mainly near Launceston 1823. Complaints and warrants 1856 and 1859: 1823 ([4/7015.1A]; Fiche 3289 *ARK); 1827, 1856, 1859 [4/7015.1B]
1852-1859 Various returns prepared to answer queries chiefly from publishers of reference works, eg Thom's Almanack and Official Directory of the United Kingdom [4/726.1]
1856-1859 Sydney Mint [4/728.4]
1858-1859 Proposed adoption of English Divorce and Matrimonial Act [4/730.1]
1860 Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly — Proclamations of 20 December 1860 further proroguing the Legislative Council and summoning Parliament to meet on 10 January 1861 [9/2418.2]
1845-1860 District Councils — Nominations and elections [4/1162.2]
1857-1860 Sydney Sewerage [4/730.3]
1858-1860 Returns of Attendance of Magistrates at Courts of Petty Sessions [4/730.4]
1858-1860 Randwick Municipality — petitions, proclamations etc [9/2418.1]
1826-1835, 1837, 1841, 1861 Administrative and domestic papers of the Colonial Secretary [2/1844]
1854-1861 Transportation of military convicts from New South Wales to Western Australia ([4/770.2]; Reel 706)
1854-1861 Defence of the Colony [4/722.3, 4/732.3, 4/730.2]
1855-1861 Printed Parliamentary Papers re Clergy and School Lands, and Church and School Corporation [2/1852 part]
1859-1861 Census of 1861 — Draft bills etc [4/732.2]
1862 Report of Census, South Australia 1861 [4/732.4]
1862 Sydney Benevolent Asylum, including printed report of Society for 1861 and printed report of Select Committee 1862 [4/462]
1810-1862 Miscellaneous convict papers, including: Check list of convicts transported 1805-06, n.d. watermark 1820; Certificate of Freedom issued to Michael McGrath per "Tellicherry" 1806, 31 May 1810, but cancelled due to discovery that he was an imposter, Michael Kenna (transferred from Supreme Court - Doc. No. 10/51); Letter from Charles Linton, Surgeon Superintendent of the "Thames", re voyage, 24 Mar 1826; Lists of men employed at Wallis Plains, May, Jun, Jul, Aug and Dec 1826 (photocopy COD 226); List of men in Sydney Gaol and on the "Phoenix" Hulk awaiting trial, c.1828 (photocopy COD 226); Returns of prisoners in Sydney Gaol, 10 Mar 1828 and 11 Jan 1836 (photocopy COD 226); List of prisoners executed at Sydney Gaol, 1 Feb to 12 May 1828 (photocopy COD 226); Original reprieve commuting Thomas Kent's colonial conviction of death to transportation to Norfolk Island, 18 Oct 1832; Letter from William Stewart re murder of two men by bushrangers at Bathurst, 30 Nov 1833; Monthly return of work of Road and Ironed Gangs for Aug 1835 — 1810-23 ([4/2772.2A]; Reel 2800, Fiche 3289 *ARK); 1826-62 ([4/2772.2B]; Reels 2800 & 1901)
1859-1862 Inquiry into conduct of J R Liadet, Clerk of Petty Sessions, Berrima [4/731]
1861-1862 London International Exhibition of 1862 — payment of expenses [4/7179]
1833-1863 State Aid to Religion: 1833-51 [5/4778.2]; 1852-63 [5/4779.1]
1844-1857, 1862-1863 Lunatic Asylums — re movement of patients from Tarban Creek to Parramatta Asylum, Royal Commission of 1855, medical visitors to asylums and other papers ([4/1164.2]; Reel 747)
1847-1863 Prison discipline and regulations [4/740.1]
1857-1863 Departmental fuel [4/743.1]
1860-1863 Appointment of Public Vaccinators [4/1165.1]
1862-1863 Drafts re Superannuation Bill [4/740.2]
1862-1863 Real Property Act [4/742.2]
1862-1863 Removal from office of Magistrate Kelly, Deniliquin [4/743.2]
1864 Specification of Alan C L De Lacy for machinery for treating gold and other metals [X696]
1864 Alfred Russell — petition from residents of the Murrumbidgee District for remission of sentence [4/746.3]
1864 Returns of Magistrates in the various districts and appointment of Justices of the Peace [4/746.4]
1864 Rules for the Guidance of Gaol Officers [4/747.3 part]
1859-1864 Polling places in the various electorates [4/744.2]
1859-1864 Declarations of Returning Officers under the Electoral Act of 1858 [4/728.3]
1860-1864 Cockatoo Island — administration of penal establishment and prison discipline [4/747.1]
1861-1864 Conversion of Public Buildings at Port Macquarie into a Juvenile Reformatory and Prison [4/988.2]
1865 Dublin Exhibition [4/750.2]
1865 Cockatoo Island — answers to questions for the Secretary of State, 1865 [4/749.3 part]
1855-1865 Presbyterian Church — building of churches at Mudgee and Ipswich [4/746.1]
1858-1859, 1861, 1865 Protestant Orphan School, Parramatta. Returns of the Superintendent and Surgeon: Jun-Sep 1858; Jan-Feb, Jun, Sep-Nov 1859; Apr, Aug-Oct 1861 [4/732.1]; Nov 1858 [4/724]; Jul-Dec 1865 [4/756 part]
1858-1865 1864 General Elections [4/744.1]
1859-1860, 1865 Applications for employment [4/751.1]
1861-1865 Patents [4/745.3]
1863-1865 Police Magistrates visits to Moama [4/749.1]
1863-1865 Administration of Darlinghurst Gaol [4/745.1]
1864-1865 Reports from Benches of Magistrates on workings of Police system since Police Act of 1861 [4/561]
1866 Returns of security given by Clerks of Petty Sessions [4/755.1]
1866 Reports of Judge Holroyd on various gaols and lock-ups — Aberdeen, Armidale, Bendemeer, Cooma, East Maitland, Murrurundi, Muswellbrook, Scone and Uralla [4/753.2]
1866 Report of Board of Inquiry into explosion of Nitroglycerine in Bridge Street, Sydney [4/809.4]
1866 Public Service retrenchment in country districts [4/745.2]
1866 Intercolonial Exhibition held at Melbourne [4/7180]
1866 Persons out of employment in Sydney [4/581.2; Reel 1931]
1844-1866 Gaols — Monthly reports of Visiting Magistrates. Returns of prisoners, how employed and punishment inflicted. Complete lists of prisoners are often included.
Albury Gaol (1862-66): 1862 [4/741 part]; 1863 [4/742.1 part]; Jan-Sep 1864 [4/747.3 part]; 1865 - Jan 1866 [4/763.3 part]; Feb-May 1866 [4/756 part]
Bathurst Gaol (1848-66): Jan-Mar, Dec 1848; May-Jul, Oct-Nov 1852; Apr-Jun 1855 [4/1162.1 part]; Apr, May, Nov 1848; Feb, Jun 1849; Dec 1852 - Apr 1853; Apr 1854; Jan-Feb, Jul, Sep-Nov 1855 [4/1157 part]; Dec 1848; May 1849; Jun-Nov 1853; Jan, Feb, May, Aug-Dec 1854; Aug 1855; Sep 1857 [4/7195]; 1849-52 [4/1147.2]; Dec 1855 - Nov 1856 [4/715.2 part]; Dec 1856 - Nov 1857 [4/718.2 part]; Dec 1857 - Jun 1858; Aug-Dec 1858 [4/724 part]; 1859 - Oct 1861 [4/752 part]; 1862 [4/741 part]; 1863 [4/742.1 part]; 1864 [4/749.3 part]; Jan-Feb, Apr, Jun-Nov 1865 [4/750.1 part]; Dec 1865 - Jan 1866 [4/753.2]; Feb-Sep 1866 [4/756 part]
Berrima Gaol (1844-47, 1862-66): Jul, Aug, Oct-Dec 1844; Jan-Jun, Aug 1845 - Feb 1846; Apr-Oct, Dec 1846; 1847 [4/7188]; Feb-Dec 1862 [4/738.2]; 1863 [4/742.1 part]; 1864 [4/752]; Jan-Feb, Jun 1865 - Jan 1866 [4/763.3 part]; Feb-Sep 1866 [4/756 part]
Braidwood Gaol (1865-66): 1865 [4/750.1 part]; Mar-Apr 1866 [4/756 part]
Brisbane Gaol (1850-52, 1854-58): Feb, Mar, May, Jun, Nov, Dec 1850; Mar 1851 - Mar 1852; Dec 1854 - Dec 1855 (except May 1855) [4/7192]; Apr 1850, Dec 1854 [4/1162.1 part]; Jan-Nov 1856 [4/715.2 part]; Dec 1856 - Nov 1857 [4/718.2 part]; Jan-Dec 1858 [4/724 part]
Cockatoo Island (1849-66): 1849-53 ([4/1149.3]; Reel 608); 1851-55 ([4/1156]; Reel 609); 1856-58 ([4/719.1]; Reel 609); Apr 1859 ([4/1162.1 part]; Reel 610); 1859-61 ([4/752 part]; Reel 610); Dec 1861 - Jun 1862; Sep 1862 - Dec 1864 ([4/739 part]; Reel 611); Jan-Feb, May-Jun, Aug-Nov 1865; Jan, Jun 1866 ([4/753.1]; Reel 611); Feb-Apr, Jul-Aug 1866 [4/756 part]
Darlinghurst Gaol (1844-66): Jul 1844 - Mar 1845; May - Jul, Oct-Nov 1845; Jan-Aug, Dec 1846; Jan 1853 [4/1162.1 part]; Aug-Oct 1846; Feb, Dec 1847; Jun, Nov 1852 [4/1157 part]; Mar-Jul, Sep-Dec 1847; 1848; Jan-Apr, Jun, Aug, Dec 1849; Jan-Nov 1850; Jan 1851; May 1852; May, Jun, Aug-Dec 1853; Jan-May 1854; Oct, Nov 1855; Weekly returns of prisoners in Gaol, Nov-Dec 1856 [4/7194]; Dec 1855 - Nov 1856 [4/715.2 part]; Dec 1856 - Aug, Nov 1857 [4/718.2 part]; Dec 1857 - Feb 1858; Apr-Dec 1858 [4/724 part]; 1859-61; 1864 [4/1165.3]; Jan-Feb, Apr-May, Aug-Dec 1862 [4/739 part]; 1863 [4/745.1]; Jan, Mar-Nov 1865 [4/750.1 part]; Dec 1865 [4/763.3 part]; Feb-Aug 1866 [4/756 part]
East Maitland Gaol, (1865-66): Jan-Mar, May 1865 - Jan 1866 [4/763.3 part]; Feb-Sep 1866 [4/756 part] (for 1849-64 see Maitland Gaol)
Goulburn Gaol (1848-66): May, Dec 1848; Jan-Oct 1849; Aug-Dec 1851; Jan-Jun 1852; Jan-Mar 1854 [4/7190]; Dec 1850 [4/1157 part]; Feb-Jul 1851; Sep 1852 - Dec 1853; Apr-Aug 1854; Jun-Nov 1855; Dec 1858 [4/1162.1 part]; Dec 1855 - Nov 1856 [4/715.2 part]; Dec 1856 - Sep, Nov 1857 [4/718.2 part]; Dec 1857 - Nov 1858 [4/724 part]; 1859-61 [4/738.1 part]; 1862 [4/739 part]; 1863 [4/742.1 part]; 1864 [4/749.3 part]; Jan-Feb, May-Nov 1865; Jan 1866 [4/750.1 part]; Dec 1865 [4/763.3 part]; Mar-Sep 1866 [4/756 part]
Grafton Gaol, Mar 1866 [4/756 part]
1844-1866 Gaols — Monthly reports of Visiting Magistrates etc (cont'd)
Maitland Gaol (1849-64): Mar-Dec 1849; Jan-Aug, Nov, Dec 1850; Feb 1851; Apr-Dec 1852; 1853; 1854; 1855 [4/7191]; Jan-Feb 1849; Mar, Jun-Sep 1851 [4/1157 part]; Oct 1850; Jan-Feb, May 1851 [4/1162.1 part]; Jan-Nov 1856 [4/715.2 part]; Dec 1856; Feb-Sep, Nov 1857 [4/718.2 part]; Dec 1857 - Nov 1858 [4/724 part]; 1859-62 [4/1164.1]; 1862 [4/741 part]; 1863 [4/742.1 part]; 1864 [4/749.3 part]; (for 1865-66 see East Maitland Gaol)
Newcastle Gaol (1844-45, 1847-48): Jul-Sep 1844; Apr, Jul-Aug 1845; Jan-Dec 1848 (Punishments only) [4/7189]; 1847 [4/1157 part]
Parramatta Gaol (1838, 1844-66): 1838; Jul 1844; May 1853 - Mar 1854; Jul, Nov 1854; Feb-Jul, Sep, Nov, Dec 1855; Jan, Nov 1856 [4/7193]; Jul 1844; Mar 1845 - May 1846; Sep-Nov 1852; Sep 1854 - May 1855 [4/1162.1 part]; Aug 1844 - Jan 1845; Jun 1846 - Dec 1849; Apr-May 1850; Jul 1850 - Jul 1852; Dec 1852 - Apr 1853; Apr 1854 - Jan 1855; Aug 1855 [4/1157 part]; Feb-Apr, Jun-Nov 1856 [4/715.2 part]; Dec 1856; Feb-May 1857 [4/718.2 part]; Jul 1857; Apr, Jun-Aug 1858 [4/724 part]; 1859-61 [4/738.1 part]; 1862-63 [4/741 part); 1864 [4/749.3 part]; Jan-Apr, Jun-Jul, Sep-Nov 1865 [4/750.1 part]; Dec 1865 - Jan 1866 [4/763.3 part]; Feb-Sep 1866 [4/756 part];
Port Macquarie Gaol (1866): Jan, Mar 1866 [4/763.3 part]; Feb, Apr, Jun, Sep 1866 [4/756 part]
Tenterfield Gaol, Nov 1864 - Oct 1865 [4/747.3 part]
Wollongong Gaol (1862-66): Jun 1862 - 1863 [4/741 part]; 1864 [4/749.3 part]; Feb-Mar, Jul-Sep 1865 [4/750.1 part]; Jun, Dec 1865; Jan, May 1866 [4/763.3 part]; Feb-Apr, Jun-Sep 1866 [4/756 part]
1846-1866 Tarban Creek Lunatic Asylum — Returns and reportsQuarterly returns of patients admitted and discharged, Oct-Dec 1846, Apr 1847 - Jun 1849, Oct 1849 - Jun 1850, Oct 1850 - Jun 1852, Oct 1852 - December 1854 ([4/7200]; Reel 746);Annual returns of paupers, lunatics or patients admitted etc, 1846, 1848, 1849, 1850, 1851 ([4/7200]; Reel 746);Monthly or weekly reports, Oct-Nov 1855 ([4/7200]; Reel 746); Dec 1855 - Jan 1856, Mar-Apr, Jun-Sep 1856, Nov 1856 - Jun 1857, Oct-Dec 1857 ([4/769.4 part]; Reel 746); 1859-61 ([4/1163.1 part]; Reel 746); Apr 1860 [4/1163.2 part]; 1862 ([4/741 part]; Reel 747); 1863 ([6/1038.3]; Reel 747); Nov-Dec 1864, Apr, Jul 1865 - Jan 1866, Mar 1866 ([4/747.2 part]; Reel 747); 1866 [4/756 part]
1848, 1850-1866 Parramatta Lunatic and Invalid Asylum - Monthly reports
Lunatic and Invalid Asylum, 1848; Apr-Aug, Oct-Nov 1850; Jan 1852 - Nov 1855 [4/7201]; 1851, Feb 1854 [4/1157]; Jan-Oct 1856 [4/715.2]; Dec 1855 - Jan 1856, Oct 1856 - Jul 1857, Sep, Dec 1857 - Jan 1858, May-Jun 1858 [4/769.4 part]; 1862 ([4/741 part]; Reel 747); Mar-Jun 1866 [4/756 part]
Invalid Asylum, Jan-Feb, Apr-Jun, Sep 1859 - Apr 1860; Jan-Feb, Apr, Jun, Sep, Dec 1861 [4/1163.2 part]; Jan-Jun, Aug 1864 - Feb 1865, Apr-Dec 1865 [4/749.2]
Lunatic Asylum, Oct 1858, Feb 1865 [4/749.2]; Jan 1859 - Nov 1861 ([4/1163.1 part]; Reel 746); Jan-Feb, Apr-Oct 1865 ([4/747.2 part]; Reel 747); Oct-Dec 1865 [4/750.1]; Dec 1865 - Mar, May-Jun 1866, Admission and discharge of criminal lunatics, 1863-66 ([4/755.4]; Reel 747)
1850-1866 Consuls — appointment of, and papers re alleged kidnapping of South Sea Islanders by Captain Joseph Wilson of the English barque "Sutton", 1858 [4/754.1]
1857-1866 Miscellaneous staff matters — Colonial Secretary's Department [4/755.2]
1858-1866 Boundaries of police districts [4/751.2]
1858-1866 Regulations for remission of prison sentences [4/755.3]
1863-1866 Addresses of the Legislative Assembly and Council to the Governor (including printed reports from Select Committees and Parliamentary papers; copies of Acts; copies of proceedings and financial papers) [4/757]
1863-1866 Riverina District — Political representation, population, justice, etc [4/754.2]
1865-1866 Deniliquin Municipality [4/754.3]
1867 Removal of Revd C Coghlin from office of Roman Catholic Chaplain, Port Macquarie Gaol [4/763.1]
1867 Supply of seed wheat to farmers [4/763.2]
1867 Returns of apprentices entitled to increased wage rates, Government Printing Office [4/7035]
1839-1867 Supply of seed wheat and oats to farmers [4/758]
1854-1867 Organization and training of Volunteers [4/762.1]
1861-1867 Bushrangers, returns of: Found guilty, apprehended, killed and wounded, 1862‑67; At large, Jun 1867; Offences, committed by Gardiner, Peisley, Hall, Gilbert, Dunn, Thomas Clarke and gang, Daniel Morgan etc, 1861-67; Deaths and bodily injuries sustained by Police, 1862-67; Private individuals murdered and wounded, 1862-67 ([4/1880]; Reel 2282)
1863-1867 William Elliott, Pound Keeper at Wowingragong [4/764.2]
1863-1867 Proposed formation of the Riverina into a separate colony [2/8020.7, 4/809.2]
1865-1867 Courts of Petty Sessions — numerical returns of business transacted and attendance of magistrates [4/760.1-.2, 4/761.1]
1865-1867 Nautical School Ship "Vernon" — re purchase of vessel and Mr Cuthbert's account for fitting it out, appointment of Captain, and Government's tender for the ship "Keying" [4/761.2]
1866-1867 Grants by purchase of Improved Crown Lands — Country Lots [7/318.3]
1863-1868 James Green, gaoler — question of re-employment [4/770.1]
1865-1868 Land grants — returns of deeds submitted to the Governor for his signature [4/769.3]
1866-1868 Nurses, Sydney Hospital [4/768.2]
1867-1868 Alleged Fenian conspiracy re attempted assassination of Duke of Edinburgh [4/768.1]
1867-1868 Nautical school ship "Vernon". Applications for positions of Instructor in shoemaking and tailoring [4/765.2]
1869 Clerks of Petty Sessions — returns of business [4/776.1, 4/776.3]
1869 Papers re Sydney Water Supply Commission [4/776.2]
1869 Papers for deeds submitted to the Governor for signature [2/1749]
1869 Police Magistrates [4/777.1]
1845-1869 Colonial Governors' Reports — printed annual reports of the Governors of the various colonies re revenue and expenditure, crime, education, agriculture etc (Colonial Secretary's Office copies) [4/7043-53]
1866-1869 Nominal returns of prisoners in gaol, monthly to Sep 1866 and then quarterly, sent to the Sheriff and then the Colonial Secretary (The covering letters are together at [4/750.3]) —
Albury, Armidale, Bathurst ([X934]; Reels 2387 & 2429); Berrima, Braidwood, Cockatoo Island ([X935]; Reels 2387 & 2429); Darlinghurst ([X936-937B]; Reels 2387 & 2429); Deniliquin, East Maitland ([X938]; Reels 2388 & 2430); Goulburn, Grafton, Mudgee ([X939]; Reels 2388 & 2430); Parramatta ([X940-41]; Reels 2388 & 2430); Port Macquarie ([X942]; Reels 2388 & 2430); Wagga Wagga, Wollongong, Yass ([X943]; Reel 2388)
1867-1869 Public Charities, including papers re cost of fitting out the training ship "Vernon", medical report on the Sydney Benevolent Asylum for quarter ended 30 Jun 1867, and Liverpool Asylum: Ready Reckoner of daily rations for 1‑20,000 men [4/7181]
1870 Patents [4/777.2]
1870 Pensions Bill [4/779.2]
1870 Case of Henry Bartini, an American deported from Calcutta to Melbourne on suspicion of being a Fenian and a threat to the life of the Duke of Edinburgh during his visit to India (Confidential). Printed correspondence re illegality of supplying belligerent powers (Prussia and France) with coal [4/7182]
1870 Intercolonial Exhibition [4/784.2]
1870 Clerks of Petty Sessions — numerical returns of business and magistrates attendance; and revenue received [4/785.2, 4/779.1]
1868-1870 Sydney Female School of Industry — removal from Macquarie Street [4/780]
1871 Crown Solicitor — payment of fees for Letters of Registration [4/787.2]
1871 Parramatta — petition from inhabitants [X904]
1865-1871 Claims for gratuities etc under Superannuation Act of 1864 [4/771-772.1]
1865-1871 Contribution of the NSW Government to cost of military forces [4/770.3]
1867-1871 Sydney Defence [4/785.3, 4/786]
1869, 1872 Parramatta Lunatic Asylum — Alphabetical list of British convicts in the Asylum, 1869; List of convict inmates, noting any deaths 1870-72 ([X644]; Reel 2389)
1873 London International Exhibition of 1873 [5/7029.3]
1873 Intercolonial Conference, Sydney [4/792.1, 4/790.4]
1873 Arrangements for State Funeral of W C Wentworth [4/792.2]
1873 Publication of "New South Wales Progress and Resources" [4/792.3]
1825-1873 Captain Percy Simpson's claims for compensation [4/793.1]
1846-1873 Administration and construction of Tarban Creek and Parramatta Lunatic Asylums [4/7183]
1862-1873 Remission of sentences — Returns of ([4/790.2]; Reel 2283)
1864-1865, 1871-1873 Customs and Border Duties: 1864-65 Border customs [4/748.2]; 1871 Border duties conference [4/788.1];1871-72 Collection of customs duties, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia [4/789.1]; 1873 Border duties - Convention between NSW, Victoria and South Australia [4/792.4]; 1873 Customs convention between New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria [4/7037]
1864-1873 Superannuation — including Minute Book of meetings of Commissioners of Superannuation Fund, 4 May 1864 - 24 Apr 1873 [4/778.1]
1870-1873 Reports of the Inspector of Charities on Hospitals and Asylums [4/810.2]