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Official Primary sources
Australian Joint Copying Project, Carnarvon Papers
Correspondence Relating to the Introduction of Responsible Government in Western Australia
CO18
Documents Relating to the Movement for Representative Government.
Governors’ Despatches to Secretary of State
Minutes of Legislative Council 1845-1870.
Statutes of Western Australia
Western Australian Parliament Votes and Proceedings of the Legislative Council
Western Australian Parliamentary Debates

Published primary sources
Daily News
Inquirer
Perth Gazette
West Australian
Secondary sources
Bicentennial Dictionary of West Australians pre-1829-1888.
David Black and Brian de Garis, Legislative Council of Western Australia: Elections and Electoral Law, 1867-1890, (Perth: Parliament of Western Australia, 1992).
David Black and Philip Pendal, House to House: the story of Western Australia’s Government and Parliament Houses over 175 years, (Perth, Western Australia: Parliament of Western Australia, 2004).
Brian de Garis, ‘The First Legislative Council, 1832-1870’, in David Black (ed), The House on the Hill: a history of the Parliament of Western Australia 1832-1990, (Perth, Western Australia: Parliament of Western Australia, 1991), pp.21-39.
Brian de Garis, ‘Constitutional and Political Development, 1870-1890’, in David Black (ed), The House on the Hill: a history of the Parliament of Western Australia 1832-1990, (Perth, Western Australia: Parliament of Western Australia, 1991), pp.41-62.
William F. P. Hesseltine, The Movements for Self-Government in Western Australia from 1882 to 1890, Hons, UWA, n.d.
K. H. Rogers, An Enquiry into the withholding of Self-Government from the colony of Western Australia, Hons, UWA, 1949.
Enid Russell (F. M Robinson and P. W. Nichols eds), A History of the Law in Western Australia and its Development from 1829 to 1979, (Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 1980).