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The Australian ponders whether there is a connection between newspaper editor Andrew Bent's treatment in Hobart at the hands of Governor Arthur and Bent's publication of Joseph Gellibrand's The Proceedings in the Case of His Majesty's Attorney-General, J.T. Gellibrand, Esq, as Well in the Supreme Court of Van Diemen's Land, as upon the Late Private Investigation, Including the Correspondence with His Excellency Lieutenant Governor Arthur, and the Honourable Chief Justice Pedder, and All the Other Documents Connected with This Most Important Case, in Two Parts (1826). (Gellibrand had been in conflict with the Governor.)

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    y separately published work icon The Australian no. 84 19 April 1826 Z1890437 1826 newspaper issue 1826 pg. 2-3
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  • Van Diemen's Land (1803-1856), Tasmania,
  • 1826
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