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Guide to Persons addressed in the various series

An alphabetical list

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | V | W

N.B. The number in parentheses is the New South Wales Record Series (NRS) number.

A

Agent General for New South Wales in London. Telegrams 1873-1908 (1008) — see also Colonial Agent

Attorney General 1826-1908 (976)

Auditor General 1824-26 (937); 1826-49 (1004); 1849-56 (946)

Australian Museum (970)

B

Barrack Master 1827-32 (982); 1832-1900 (985)

Batavia, Officials at 1814-56 (939)

Benches of Magistrates see Magistrates

Benevolent Society (970)

Boards 1826-39, 1841-56 (970); 1827-53 (947)

Board appointed for investigating claims to bounties for emigrants (967)

Board for the Assignment of Convict Servants 1831-36 (962) — earlier see Land Board, later see Commissioners for the Assignment of Convict Servants

Board for the Classification of Convicts 1849-53 (971)

Board for the disposal of Tenders for Runs 1848-56 (948)

Board for the Management of the Government Printing Office (974)

Botanical Collector (970)

Botanical Gardens (970)

Brigade Major December 1826 (970); 1827-32 (982); 1832-1900 (985)

C

Cape of Good Hope, Officials at (939)

Church and School Corporation 1826-28 (950); 1828-36 (949); 1836-39 (970)

Civil Engineers 1826-56 (995)

Clergy 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-98 (950)

Clerk of the Councils (970)

Cockatoo Island 1842-46 (996); visiting Magistrates 1836-56 (970); 1849-53 (971)

Collector and Controller of Customs see Customs

Collector of Internal Revenue 1827-36 (951); re occupations of land 1830-36 (952); 1836 — see Colonial Treasurer

Collector of Royalties on coal lands 1854 (970)

Colonial Agent 1823 (939); 1826-49 (939); 1849-61 (953)

Colonial Architect 1832-33 (995); 1833-34 (1001); 1834-56 (995)

Colonial Auditorsee Auditor General

Colonial Engineer 1836-44 (954, 996); 1844-56 (995)

Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners 1841-49 (943); 1849-71 (968); also (967)

Colonial Storekeeper (954)

Colonial Treasurer 1823-26 (937); 1826 (941); 1826-49 (1004); 1849-56 (1006); re land 1837-49 (1005) — earlier see Collector of Internal Revenue

Commissariat 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-79 (955)

Commissioner of Police 1845-56 (989)

Commissioners for apportioning the Territory 1826-30 (1001); 1830 (952); 1830 — see Surveyor General

Commissioners for Compensation (for roads through private land) (960)

Commissioners for Crown Lands prospecting for Gold (Hargraves) (973)

Commissioners for the Assignment of Convict Servants 1836-42 (962)

Commissioners of Claims (to grants of land) (956, 957, 970)

Commissioners of Crown Lands 1834-47 (958); Chief Commissioner 1848-56 (948); within the boundaries 1849-56 (959); for the Gold Districts 1851-56 (973)

Commissioners of Railways 1855-56 (998)

Confidential 1830-42 (961)

Convicts 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-55 (962); superintendents of establishments 1826-49, 1841-56 (970); see also Boards etc

Coroners (976)

Council of Education 1867-73 (966)

Courts of Quarter Sessions (976)

Courts of Requests 1814-26 (937); 1826+ (976)

Customs, Collector and Controller of 1826-27 (984); 1827-55 (963); re quarantine 1837-55 (997)

D

Denominational School Board 1848-66 (964)

Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals 1836-48 (980); re quarantine 1837-55 (997)

Director of Public Works 1828-32 (995); 1832 — see Surveyor General

Distilleries see Surveyor of

District Surveyor 1840-42 (1003)

E

Education

Church and School Corporation 1826-28 (950); 1828-36 (949); 1836-39 (970)

Orphan Schools 1833-39, 1841-56 (970)

Denominational School Board 1848-66 (964)

National School Board 1848-66 (965)

Re education 1867-73 (966)

Emigrants' Friend Society (967)

Emigration Officer (970)

Examiner of Coal Fields 1854-56 (970)

F

Female Factory - 1826 (937); 1826-39, 1841-56 (970)

Fort Wellington (972)

G

Geological and Mineralogical Surveyor 1850 (970)

Gold (973)

Government Astronomer (970)

Government Printer 1826-39 (970); 1841-56 (974)

H

Harbour Master 1833-43 (979)

Health Officers 1839-59 (975)

Hyde Park Improvement Committee (970)

I

Immigration

1836-79 (967)

Agent 1836-64 (967); 1864-96 (969); re quarantine 1837-55 (997)

Board to investigate claims to bounties (967)

Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners 1841-49 (939), 1849-71 (968)

Emigrants' Friend Society (967)

Emigration Officer (970)

Superintendent of Emigration (967)

India, Officials at 1809-13 (935); 1814-56 (939)

Individuals

1809-13 (935); 1814-27 (937); c.1817-1827 (938); 1827-50 (943)

re Van Diemen's Land, Newcastle and Norfolk Island 1810-13 (936)

re land 1827-56 (944)

re immigration 1836-79 (967)

re quarantine 1837-55 (997)

re land outside the settled districts 1849-55 (945)

Inspector of Hospitals 1828-36 (980) — earlier see Principal Surgeon

Inspector of Roads and Bridges 1826-27 (995) — later see Surveyor of Roads and Bridges

Inspector of Slaughter Houses (970)

J

Judicial Establishments 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-1908 (976)

K

King George's Sound, settlement at (977)

L

Land see

Commissioners for Apportioning the Territory

Collector of Internal Revenue

Commissioners of Claims

Commissioners of Crown Lands

Colonial Treasurer

Land Board

Board for the disposal of Tenders for Runs, etc.

Land Agent (970)

Land Board - 1826 (937); 1826-30 (1001); 1830-36 (952); re assignment of convict servants 1826-31 (962)

Legislative Council 1843-55 (978)

Lieutenant Governor 1814-26 (937); 1826 (970); 1827-32 (982); 1832-1900 (985)

M

Magistrates 1814-26 (937); 1826-46 (989); beyond the settled districts 1847-55 (990); 1855-56 (989)

Master Attendant - 1826 (937); 1826-28 (984); 1828-43 (979); re quarantine 1837-55 (997)

Masters of Ships (engaged on government business) 1810-13 (935); 1814-27 (937); 1828-34 (979); 1854-56 (970)

Mauritius, Officials at (939)

Medical Adviser to the Government 1848-55 (980)

Medical Board, President (980)

Medical Staff 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-55 (980)

Melville Island (981)

Military Officers 1810-13 (935); 1814-27 (937); 1827-32 (982); 1832-1900 (985)

Military Secretary 1827-32 (982); 1832+ (985)

Mineral Surveyor 1826 (970); 1826-36 (995); Geological and mineralogical surveyor 1850 (970)

Moreton Bay (983)

Mounted Police, commandants 1827-32 (982); 1832-1900 (985); 1827-46 (989); 1846-50 (991)

N

National School Board (965)

Native Police 1848-55 (990)

Naval Officer 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826 (984)

Naval Officers 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-28 (984); 1832-1900 (985)

Newcastle 1810-13 (936); 1814-27 (937); Commandant 1826 (970); 1844-46 (996); Superintendent of the Breakwater Stockade 1849-53 (971)

New Zealand 1832-39 (939); 1840-53 (941); 1853-56 (940); to officials and individuals re land 1840-41 (987); to Commissioners of Claims re land in New Zealand 1840-41 (986)

Norfolk Island 1810-13 (936); 1825-51 (988)

O

Officials

1809-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); c.1817-1827 (938); 1826 (941); 1830 (942)

to Establishments 1826-39, 1841-56 (970)

circulars 1827-53 (947)

confidential 1830-42 (961)

re quarantine 1837-55 (997)

Ordnance Officers (985)

Ordnance Storekeeper (985)

Organisations 1809 (935); 1814-27 (937); 1827-50 (943); 1852-56 (970); re land 1827-56 (944); re land outside the settled districts 1849-55 (945)

Orphan Schools 1810-13 (935); 1814-27 (937); 1833-39, 1841-56 (970)

Outsettlements 1814-26 (937)

Overseas countries 1809-13 (935); 1814-56 (939); telegrams: to Agent General in London 1873-1908 (1008), to overseas government offices 1886-1909 (1010, 1011), to overseas commercial agents 1902-07 (1012)

P

Paris Exhibition Commission 1854-56 (970)

Pilot Board 1853-56 (970)

Police

1814-26 (937); 1826-56 (989)

Mounted 1827-32 (982); 1832+ (985); 1827-46 (989); 1846-50 (991)

Native 1848-55 (990)

Chief Constable Sydney 1838 (970)

Police Fund 1810-13 (935); 1814+ (937)

Port Macquarie 1821-22 (937); 1822-34 (992)

Port Master 1845-55 (979)

Port Phillip 1836-39 (939); 1839-56 (993); 1856 (939); confidential 1830-42 (961)

Postmaster (General) 1827-28 (970); 1828-44 (951); 1844-54 (994)

Principal Superintendent of Convicts 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-55 (962)

Principal Surgeon 1810-13 (935); 1814-26 (937); 1826-28 (980) — later see Inspector of Hospitals

Q

Quarantine 1837-55 (997); 1839-59 (975)

R

Railway Companies 1850-56 (998)

Railways, Commissioners of 1855-56 (998)

Registrar General 1845-49 (999); 1849-55 (976); 1855-65 (999)

Roads

1814-26 (937); 1826-27 (995); 1827-29 (1002); 1830 (1001); 1831-32 (1002); 1832-35 (1001)

repairs of Sydney Streets 1837-42 (1003)

Commissioners for Compensation 1834+ (960)

Royal Engineers, O.C. 1832-39 (985); 1840-46 (996); 1853-1900 (985)

S

Sheriff 1826-28 (976); 1828-50 (1000)

South Australia 1837-56 (939)

Steam Navigation Board 1853 (970)

Superintendent of Emigration 1836-79 (967)

Superintendent of Government Herds (935)

Superintendent of Iron'd Gangs 1844 (970)

Superintendent of Lunatic Asylum (937)

Superintendent of Public Works (970)

Superintendent of Works (995)

Supreme Court, judges and officers 1812-26 (937); 1826-1908 (976)

Surgeon Superintendents of convict transports 1814-26 (937); 1826-41 (980); 1836-41 (967)

Surveyor General 1814-26 (937); 1826-56 (1001)

Surveyor of Coal Mines 1854-56 (970)

Surveyor of Distilleries, Inspector of 1827-28 (963); 1828-38 (951); 1830 (970); 1840-48 (963); 1849-56 (970)

Surveyor of Roads and Bridges 1814-26 (937); 1827-29 (1002); 1830+ (1001); 1831-32 (1002); 1832 — see Surveyor General

Sydney Gaol, governor of 1826-29 (976)

Sydney Mint 1854-56 (970)

Sydney University 1852-56 (970)

T

Telegrams (1008-1012)

Town Surveyor 1826-36 (1001, 995); 1837-42 (1003)

V

Vaccination 1846-59 (975)

Van Diemen's Land 1810-13 (936); 1814-23 (937); 1823-56 (939)

Victoria see Port Phillip

W

Western Port 1826-28 (1007)