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Editorial note.

The Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society is a peer-reviewed journal. All articles submitted for publication undergo a process of independent review by appropriately qualified historians prior to acceptance for publication.

The Editor of the Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society welcomes articles in Australian history. All material should be original research and not previously published.

The maximum length for articles is 8000 words. Manuscripts should be typed and should follow the guidelines set out in the style sheet, a copy of which is available at or on request from the Society. Two copies of the manuscript should be submitted and addressed to The Editor, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, History House, 133 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000. Manuscripts may also be submitted by email to An abstract of approximately 100 words should be included with the manuscript along with a brief note (maximum 50 words) on the contributor including affiliations, expertise, areas of interest and publications list. If the article is accepted for publication the Editor will request the article in electronic format. Illustrations should not be embedded within the article.

The Editor welcomes for review scholarly, non-fiction publications in Australian and Pacific history and politics. These should be addressed to the Book Review Editor at the above address.

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Front cover: The King's School cadet drill on the banks of the Parramatta River, early twentieth century. (Photo: The King's School Archive Collection.)

Back cover: Convict barracks at Tocal, New South Wales, erected c.1836. (Photo: Brian Walsh.)

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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