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WESTERN AUSTRALIA (Continued)CARNEGIE. Explorations in the Interior of Western Australia, between Coolgardie and Kimberley. By Hon. David W. Carnegie.

R.S.G.S. xiv. 1898 THE WEST AUSTRALIAN SETTLER'S GUIDE AND FARMER'S HANDBOOK. Edited by L. Lindley-Cowen.

Illustrated. 8vo. Perth, 1897-98

CONTENTS 1. Descriptive Notes on the Agricultural Areas tion. Hints on Laying Down Land to and Crown Lands open for Selection

Grass. By W. Adamson. Noxious Weeds. 2. Settler's Outfit, Clearing, Ring - barking, By Richard Helms. List of Foreign Plants

Cultivating, Harvesting, Gardening, Farm known to occur in Australia. Poison

Book-keeping, Recipes and Medical Hints Plants of Western Australia. By Dr. Alex. 3. West Australian Grasses. By F. Turner, Morrison

West Australian Salt - Bushes. By F. 4. Sheep Husbandry. By 'Bruni' (G. A.
Turner.
Fodder and Forage Plants.

Brown)
Special Products of the Farm. By L.

5. Soils and Manures. By S. S. Dougall Lindley-Cowen. Tobacco and its Cultiva- 6. Dairying. By Alex. Crawford

RADCLYFFE. Wealth and Wild Cats. Travels and Researches in the

Gold Fields of Western Australia and New Zealand. By Raymond
Radclyffe.

Illustrated. 8vo. Lond. 1898 JULIUS. Report showing the Comparative Value of New South Wales and Collie Coals. By G. A. Julius.

P.P. (W.A.) 1898 THOMPSON. Report on the Marine Fisheries on the South and South

Western Coasts of Western Australia. By Lindsay Thompson. . Ibid. NORTH and KEARTLAND. List of Birds Collected by the Calvert

Exploring Expedition in Western Australia. By Alfred J. North.
With Field Notes by G. A. Keartland.

R.S.S.A. xxii. 1898 WITTENOOM. Western Australia in 1898. By (Sir) Edward H. Wittenoom.

P.R.C.I. xxx. 1898 OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF PRODUCERS (Western Australia).

8vo. Perth, 1898 COOKE. Meteorological Observations made at the Perth Observatory and other Places in Western Australia. By W. Ernest Cooke.

Folio. Perth. 1894, 1897-99 KARRI AND JARRAH TIMBERS. Karridale Estate, Western Australia.

Illustrated. 4to. Lond. 1899 CHAMBERS. Western Australia : its Position and Prospects. By Trant Chambers.

12mo. Perth, 1899 ABORIGINES OF NORTH WEST AUSTRALIA. A Vocabulary, &c. By Yabaroo.

8vo. Perth, 1899 CARNEGIE. Western Australia. By Hon. David W. Carnegie.

• International Geography.' 1899 THE GOLDEN WEST : her Mines and Industries as Represented at the Coolgardie Exhibition.

Pamp. H. Perth, 1899 JAMES. Modes of Legislation in Western Australia. By Hon. Mr. Justice J. C. H. James.

J.S.C.L. i. (N.s.) 1899 WELLS. Abstract of Journal of Explorations in Western Australia, 1896–97. By L. H. Wells.

R.G.S.A. (S.A.) iii. 1899 CALDER. Western Australia. By H. K. Calder. Inter. Com. Con. Phil. 1899 SCAMMELL. Work and Wealth of Western Australia. By E. T. Scammell.

Liv. Geo. Soc. 1899

WESTERN AUSTRALIA (Continued)RUSSELL. Expedition to the Barrow, Cavenagh, and Warburton Ranges,

Western Australia. By Hugh Russell. R.G.S.A. (V.) xvii. 1899 WITTENOOM. Western Australia in 1899. By (Sir) E. H. Wittenoom.

R.S.G.S. xvi. -1900 REPORT ON THE USES OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HARD WOODS

FOR STREET PAVING PURPOSES. Pamp. 127. Bristol, 1900 LAND SELECTORS' GUIDE TO THE CROWN LANDS OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

Pamp. 127. Perth, 1900 HALL. Notes on

a Collection of Bird Skins from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. By Robert Hall.

R.S.S.A. xxiv. 1900 SEPARATION FOR FEDERATION. Manifesto of Eastern Goldfields

Reform League of Western Australia. Pamp. H. Coolgardie, 1900 MAITLAND. Salient Geological Features of Western Australia. By A. Gibb Maitland.

• W.A. Year Book.' 1898–9. 1900 WOODWARD. Fauna of Western Australia. By B. H. Woodward. Ibid. LEA. Insects of Western Australia. By Arthur M. Lea.

Ibid. WILSON. West Australia and her Exhibits at the Paris Exhibition. By R. W. Wilson.

Pamp. H. Lond. 1900 CHEMIN. De Paris aux Mines d'Or de l'Australie Occidentale. Par 0. Chemin.

Illustré. 12mo. Paris, 1900 SMITH. Recent Observations in Western Australia. By Lt.-Col. Sir Gerard Smith.

P.R.C.I. xxxii. 1900 MAROLLES. Participation of Western Australia at the Universal Exhibition of 1900. By Aymée de Marolles.

Pamp. H. Paris, 1900 JOURNAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

1899-1900 FORREST. Financial Statements. By Sir John Forrest.

Pamp. 127. Perth, 1894-1900 PITTMAN. Notes on the Geology and Mineral Deposits of Portions of Western Australia. By E. F. Pittmann.

Rec. Geo. Sur. N.S.W. vi. 1900 CARD. Notes on the Country Rock of the Kalgoorlie Gold Field, Western Australia. By George W. Card.

Ibid. COLONIAL GOLDFIELDS GAZETTE AND WESTRALIA.

9 Vols. 4to. Lond. 1896-1900 BROOME. Colonial Memories. By Lady Broome.

(m.) Pamp. 159. 1899-1900 ROBINSON. Western Australia. By Sir William C. F. Robinson.

•B.E. Series,' iv. 1900 WESTERN AUSTRALIA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETINS.

12mo. Perth, 1898–1900 1. Bibliography of the Geology of Western Australia. By A. Gibb Maitland.

1898 2. State of Mining in the Kimberley District, and Probability of

obtaining Artesian Water between the Pilbarra Goldfields and the Great Desert. By R. Neil Smith.

1898 3. Geology of the Coolgardie Goldfield. By Torrington Blatchford.

1899 4. Mineral Wealth of Western Australia. By A. Gibb Maitland. 1900 5. Phillips River Mining District. By Torrington Blatchford. 1900

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14. TASMANIA

FORMERLY VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, A DEPENDENCY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

BECAME AN INDEPENDENT COLONY, DECEMBER, 1825

See also SECTIONS 2, 6, 7, and 65–77

For Tasman's Voyage and other Works regarding the Explorer, see Section 2 (Voyages). DE LA TERRE DE DIEMEN ET DE LES HABITANTS.

• Almanac de Gotha.' 1811 WENTWORTH. Statistical Account of the British Settlements in Aus

tralasia, including the Colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. By W. C. Wentworth.

2nd Edition, 1820 (i Vol.); and 3rd Edition, 2 Vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824 MICHAEL HOWE, THE LAST AND WORST OF THE BUSH RANGERS

OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Narrative of the Chief Atrocities committed by this great Murderer and his Associates during a period of Six Years in Van Diemen's Land.

• Curr's V.D. Land.' 12mo. Lond. 1824 AN ACCOUNT OF THE COLONY OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, PRIN

CIPALLY INTENDED FOR THE USE OF PERSONS RESIDING IN INDIA ; pointing out the readiest means of going there and the advantages it holds out to them for a permanent establishment.

8vo. Calcutta, 1830 ROSS. Van Diemen's Land Anniversary and Hobart Town Almanac ;

containing a Descriptive Itinerary of Van Diemen's Land and Chronology, &c.

12mo. Hobart, 1830 HENDERSON. Observations on the Colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. By John Henderson.

8vo. Calcutta, 1832 BACKHOUSE and WALKER. Report of a Visit to the Penal Settlement of

Port Arthur. By James Backhouse and G. W. Walker. MSS. 1833 ABORIGINAL TRIBES OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Report and Despatches.

P.P. (U.K.) Lond. 1834 LETTERS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE PUBLIC MEETING RELATING

TO THE JURY QUESTION. Preceded by Observations on the state of Van Diemen's Land.

8vo. Hobart, 1834 BACKHOUSE and WALKER. Letter to the Colonial Secretary on the

Aboriginal Establishment on Flinders Island in 1833. By James
Backhouse and G. W. Walker.

MSS. 1834 THOMSON. Remarks on the Status of the Presbyterian Church in the

British Colonies, addressed to the Scottish Presbyterians of Van

Diemen's Land. By Rev. James Thomson. 8vo. Hobart, 1835 ROSS'S HOBART TOWN ALMANACK AND VAN DIEMEN'S LAND ANNUAL

12mo. Hobart, 1836

CONTENTS The Settler in Van Diemen's Land fourteen The Settler in Van Diemen's Land in 1836

years ago LIFE OF CAPTAIN ANDREW BARCLAY, of Cambock, near Launceston, Van Diemen's Land.

Pamp. 140. Hobart, 1836 ELLISTON'S HOBART TOWN ALMANACK AND ROSS'S VAN DIEMEN'S LAND ANNUAL.

12mo. Hobart, 1837

CONTENTS Panoramic View of Van Diemen's Land at the and Education ; Law and Justice; Excur

commencement of the year 1837: Emigra- sion to Port Arthur; Port Phillip; South tion ; Agriculture; Commerce ; Learning Australia ; Chronology of 1835 and 1836

TASMANIA (Continued)LOVELESS. Victims of Whiggery: a Statement of the Persecutions

experienced by the Dorchester Labourers, their trial, banishment, &c. Also reflections upon the present system of transportation ; with an account of Van Diemen's Land, its customs, laws, climate, produce, and inhabitants. By George Loveless.

8vo. Lond. 1837 PETITION TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN FROM THE FREE

INHABITANTS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND FOR A LEGISLATURE ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE ; also a list of the names appended to the Petition.

12mo. Hobart, 1838 LEMPRIERE. Account of Macquarie Harbour. By T. G. Lempriere.

• Tas. Jour.' ii. 1813 BRETON. Excursion to the Western Range, Tasmania. By Lieut. William H. Breton.

Ibid. FRANKLIN. Narrative of some Passages in the History of Van Diemen's

Land during the last three years of Sir John Franklin's Administration of its Government. By Sir John Franklin.

8vo. Lond. 1815 MILLIGAN. Fossil Plants found near Hobart Town and Launceston. By Dr. Joseph Milligan.

• Tas. Jour.' iii. 1847 POCOCK. Transportation and Convict Discipline in Van Diemen's Land. By Zachary P. Pocock.

12mo. Lond. 1817 LACKLAND. Common Sense : an Enquiry into the Influence of Transportation on the Colony of Van Diemen's Land. By Jacob Lackland.

Pamp. 110. Launceston, 1847 STATEMENT OF EXTRAORDINARY BUT INDISPUTABLE FACTS

DISCLOSING A CASE OF UNPRECEDENTED AND (IT IS
HOPED) UNPARALLELED PERSECUTION AND INJUSTICE,
CRUELTY, AND OPPRESSION OFFICIALLY PERMITTED AND
INFLICTED ON MR. N. L. KENTISH, A GOVERNMENT OFFICER
SINCE 1827.

Pamp. 110. Hobart, 1847 TASMANIAN JOURNAL OF NATURAL SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, STATISTICS, &c. Vol. ii. No. 7; Vol. iii. No. 2.

8vo. Launceston, 1813-47 STATISTICS OF THE PORT OF LAUNCESTON, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, FOR 1846.

Tas. Jour.' iii. 1817 SYME. Nine Years in Van Diemen's Land ; comprising an Account of its

Discovery, Possession, Settlement, Progress, &c. : an Essay on Prison Discipline and the Results of the Probation System. With Anecdotes of Bushrangers. By J. Syme.

12mo. Dundee, 1818 MACONOCHIE. Secondary Punishment: the Mark System in Van

Diemen's Land. By Captain A. Maconochie. Pamp. 147. Lond. 1818 MILLIGAN. Reports on the Coal Basins of Van Diemen's Land. By Dr. Joseph Milligan.

8vo. Hobart, 1849 LETTER TO THE BISHOP OF TASMANIA FROM THE CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE.

Pamp. 140. Hobart, 1851 DENISON. Account of the Analysis, by Dr. Motherwell, of certain Woods

of Tasmania, with a view to determine the amount of Potash contained. By Sir William Thomas Denison.

R.S.T. i. 1851 DENISON. Manufacture of Potash from Tasmanian Woods. By Sir W. T. Denison.

Ibid. BARNARD. Observations on the Statistics of Van Diemen's Land for 1848. By James Barnard.

Ibid. Ibid.

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TASMANIA (Continued)STANLEY. Introduction of Salmon from the Rivers of Scotland into Tasmania. By Captain C. E. Stanley.

R.S.T. i. 1851 MITCHELL. Export and Consumption of Wattle Bark, and the Process of Tanning. By J. Mitchell.

Ibid. GUNN. Introduction and Naturalization of Petaurus Sciureus in Tasmania. By R. C. Gunn.

Ibid. DENISON. Construction of Dams with a view to Irrigation in Tasmania. By Sir W. T. Denison.

Ibid. DE LA BECHE. Analysis of Tasmanian Coals. By Sir H. De La Beche.

Ibid. BARNARD. Observations on the Statistics of Van Diemen's Land for 1849. By James Barnard.

R.S.T. ii. 1854 CRAWFORD. Cultivation of Flax in Tasmania. By Robert Crawford. Ibid. GUNN. List of Mammals indigenous to Tasmania. By Ronald C. Gunn. Ibid. MILLIGAN. Report on Coal said to have been found at the Don River, and

upon the West Bank of the Tamar River, Tasmania. By Dr. Joseph Milligan.

Ibid. KAY. Observations made for determining the Geographical Position of the

Magnetic Observatory at Hobart Town. By Commander Kay. Ibid. BURNETT. Attempt recently made to Introduce Salmon and Trout from England into Tasmania by Shipment of Spawn. By J. L. Burnett.

Ibid. DENISON. Drainage and Sewerage of Towns, with special relation to the

late Epidemics in Hobart Town and Launceston. By Sir W. T. Denison.

Ibid. DOBSON. Cyclones of Tasmania and the surrounding Seas in July and August, 1852. By Thomas Dobson.

Ibid. BOCCIUS. Introduction of Salmon into the Rivers of Tasmania. By Gottleib Boccius.

Ibid. MOORE. Remarks on a Collection of Geological Specimens made in Tasmania. By Thomas Moore.

Ibid. MITCHELL. Strength, Durability, and Value of the Timber of the Blue Gum

of Tasmania, and of some other Eucalypti for Shipbuilding, &c. By James Mitchell.

R.S.T. ii. 1854 BARNARD. Observations on Tasmanian Statistics, 1844 to 1853. By James Barnard.

R.S.T. iii. 1855 KING. Australian Entomostracans. By Rev. R. L. King. Ibid. ii., iii. 1854-55 BERTHON. Potato Grub of Tasmania. By Capt. H. Berthon. Ibid. iii. 1855 COTTON. Trigonometrical Survey of Van Diemen's Land. By Major Cotton.

Ibid. EWING. List of the Birds of Tasmania. By Rev. T. J. Ewing. Ibid. SMITH. Hobart Town, considered with regard to its Defence. By Lieut. A. F. Smith.

Ibid. MILLIGAN. Vocabulary of Dialects of Aboriginal Tribes of Tasmania. By Dr. Joseph Milligan.

Ibid. MILLIGAN. Dialects and Language of the Aboriginal Tribes of Tasmania,

and on their Manners and Customs. By Dr. Joseph Milligan. Ibid. REPORT OF A SUB-COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE ROYAL

SOCIETY OF TASMANIA RELATIVE TO THE INTRODUCTION
OF SALMON INTO TASMANIA.

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