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foolscap

A size of paper, about 330 x 200 (or 400) mm. It is said to be named from a former watermark representing a fool's cap.

Bland, F. A.

Bland, F. A.   Reference library

Oxford Companion to Australian Politics

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Social sciences, Politics
Length:
876 words

...education; and that there was a dearth of suitable texts; Bland's major publication as professor was an edited collection of readings drawn from the reports of Royal Commissions , public service boards, and the like. Government in Australia ( 1939 ), roneoed on foolscap and published in four volumes, was subsequently revised (2nd edn 1944 ), bound and reissued by the New South Wales Government Printer in a ‘permanent’ form with a substantial introduction so that students ‘unfamiliar with developments’ could ‘discover the current position’....

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