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  2. Cumberland County, New South Wales - Wikipedia

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    Cumberland County is a county in the State of New South Wales, Australia.Most of the Sydney metropolitan area is located within the County of Cumberland.. The County of Cumberland stretches from Broken Bay to the north, the Hawkesbury River to the north-west, the Nepean River to the west, the Cataract River to the south-west and the northern suburbs of Wollongong to the south.

  3. Lands administrative divisions of New South Wales - Wikipedia

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    Thirteen hundreds were proclaimed in Cumberland county, but not in anywhere else in New South Wales, and these were repealed in 1888. As the counties are based on area, rather than population, there are huge differences in the populations of the coastal counties with those for the remote west.

    Land District
    Land Board (1890)
    Land Board (1907)
    Land Division
    Albury
    Wagga Wagga
    Wagga Wagga
    Armidale
    Armidale
    Armidale
    Balranald South
    Hay
    Hay
    Balranald
    Hay
    Western
  4. Northumberland County, New South Wales - Wikipedia

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    Northumberland County was one of the original Nineteen Counties in New South Wales and is now one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales.It included the area to the north of Broken Bay, including Lake Macquarie and Newcastle.

  5. County of Cumberland planning scheme - Wikipedia

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    The County of Cumberland planning scheme, commonly known as the Cumberland Plan, was a land use and transport strategy developed by the Cumberland County Council in Sydney in 1948 and adopted by the Government of New South Wales in 1951.

  6. A map of the County of Cumberland in the colony of New South ...

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    {{Citation | title=A map of the County of Cumberland in the colony of New South Wales [cartographic material] / compiled by W.H. Wells, Land Surveyor Sydney.

  7. Map of the County of Cumberland, New South Wales, 1909 ...

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    Map of the County of Cumberland, New South Wales, 1909 [cartographic material] / compiled, drawn and printed at the Department of Lands, Sydney N.S.W Map Bib ID

  8. A map of the County of Cumberland in the colony of New South ...

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    [184-?], A map of the County of Cumberland in the colony of New South Wales [cartographic material] / compiled by W.H. Wells, Land Surveyor Sydney Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

  9. Nineteen Counties - Wikipedia

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    They were defined by the Governor of New South Wales Ralph Darling in 1826 in accordance with a government order from Lord Bathurst, the Secretary of State. Counties had been used since the first year of settlement, with Cumberland County being proclaimed on 6 June 1788. Several others were later proclaimed around the Sydney area.

  10. Cumberland - Wikipedia

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    Cumberland (/ ˈ k ʌ m b ər l ə n d / KUM-bər-lənd) is a historic county of North West England that had an administrative function from the 12th century until 1974. It was bordered by Northumberland to the northeast, County Durham to the east, Westmorland to the southeast, Lancashire to the south, and the Scottish counties of Dumfriesshire and Roxburghshire to the north.

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