Adelaide, Government Printer, 1868.
Foolscap folio, 3 pages.
Drop-title; four small holes in the left-hand margin where stab-sewn when bound (now disbound); scattered marginal foxing; an excellent copy.
South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 101 of 1868. George Goyder's detailed proposal, dated 5 October 1868, for a Government party to complete the survey and select a site for the capital, under the terms of the public tender of 2 September (which closed on 8 October). Goyder's proposal won the day, and the acceptance letter from Chief Secretary Henry Ayers, dated 19 October, is also printed here.