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  • John George Nathaniel Gibbes — Colonel John George Nathaniel Gibbes (30 March 1787 5 July 1873) was a British army officer who emigrated to Australia in 1834, becoming a Crown appointed member of the New South Wales Legislative Council and the Collector of Customs for the… …   Wikipedia

  • Collectorate — Col*lect or*ate, n. The district of a collector of customs; a collectorship. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • collector — noun Date: 14th century one that collects: as a. an official who collects funds or moneys b. a person who makes a collection < stamp collector > c. an object or device that collects < the statuette was a dust collector > d. solar collector • c …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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