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TASMANIA (Continued)BECKE. Old Convict Days. Edited by Louis Becke. 12mo. Lond. 1899
*** A Narrative of the Adventures of William Derricourt or Day. DUNBAR. Island Member of the Australian Commonwealth ; a Glimpse of
Tasmania and its Story. By F. Dunbar. (m.) Pamp. 140. 1899 ROTH. Aborigines of Tasmania. By H. Ling Roth, assisted by Marion E.
Butler and James Backhouse Walker of Hobart. With a Chapter on the Osteology by Dr. J. G. Garson. Preface by Prof. Edward B. Tylor. Illustrated. 2nd edition. (1st published 1890.) Roy. 8vo. Halifax, 1899
*.* In the Appendix is a Bibliography of Works relating to Tasmania. MILL. Tasmania. By Dr. Hugh Robert Mill.
• International Geography.' 1899 SMITH. Bell Mount and Middlesex Mineral Fields, Tasmania. By J. Harcourt Smith.
Dep. Mines (Tas.) 1899 SMITH. Penguin and Dial Range Mineral Fields, Tasmania. By J. Harcourt Smith.
Ibid. SMITH. Discovery of Gold at Port Cygnet, Tasmania. By J. Harcourt Smith.
Ibid. TWELVETREES and PETTERD. Humeri of Tasmanian Labyrinthodonts. By W. H. Twelvetrees and W. F. Petterd.
Ibid. TWELVETREES and PETTERD. Felsites and Associated Rocks of Mount
Read and Vicinity. By W. H. Twelvetrees and W. F. Petterd. Ibid. SMITH. Alluvial Tin Mines at Derby, Tasmania. By J. Harcourt Smith. Ibid. BONWICK. The Lost Tasmanian Race. By James Bonwick.
• B.E. Series,' iv. 1900 HALES. North-East Dundas Tramway, Tasmania. By W. P. Hales.
P.I.C.E. cxl. 1900 WHITE. History of Australian Bushranging. By Charles White.
12mo. Sydney, 1900 HENRY. A Warning Note to the Electors of Tasmania for the Federal Parliament. By John Henry.
Pamp. 140. Devonport, 1900 FYSH. Tasmania : Primitive, Present, and Future. By Sir Philip 0. Fysh.
P.R.C.I. xxxi. 1900 LAUTERER. Australien und Tasmanien. Von Dr. Joseph Lauterer.
Illustrated. Roy. 8vo. Freiburg, 1900 HOGG. Magnetic Survey of Tasmania. By Prof. E. G. Hogg. P.P. (T.) 1900 THUREAU. Occurrence of Native Copper at Mount Lyell, West Coast, Tasmania. By G. Thureau.
Geo. Soc. Aus. 1900 HARCOURT-SMITH and WALLACE. Progress of the Mineral Industry of Tasmania. Compiled by J. Harcourt-Smith and W. H. Wallace.
8vo. Hobart, 1897-1900 LEVEY. Tasmania. By G. Collins Levey.
* B.E. Series,' iv. 1900 15. NEW ZEALAND
FORMERLY A DEPENDENCY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.
INDEPENDENT COLONY MAY 3, 1841
See also SECTIONS 2, 5, 6, 7, and 65-77
GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY OF THE LANGUAGE OF NEW
ZEALAND. Published by the Church Missionary Society from
12mo. Lond. 1820 ADDRESS ON THE COLONISATION OF NEW ZEALAND.
Pamp. 175. Lond. 1824 BOISDUVAL. Faune Entomologique de l'Ocean Pacifique. Par le Docteur Boisduval.
Dumont d'Urville's Voy.' 1826-29. 1832 HINDS. Latest Official Documents relating to New Zealand. With Intro
ductory Observations. By Dr. Samuel Hinds. Pamp. 146. Lond. 1838 BEECHAM. Colonization : being Remarks on Colonization in General, with
an Examination of the Proposals of the Association which has been formed for Colonizing New Zealand. By John Beecham.
8vo. Lond. 1838 BEECHAM. Remarks upon the Latest Official Documents relating to New
Zealand. With a Notice of a Pamphlet by Dr. Samuel Hinds, one of the Committee of the New Zealand Association. By John Beecham.
8vo. Lond. 1838 BANNISTER. Changes and Present Condition of the Population of New Zealand. By Saxe Bannister.
J.S.S. i. 1838 WALTON. Twelve Months' Residence in New Zealand ; containing a Correct
Description of the Customs, Manners, &c., of the Natives of that Island, with other Information valuable to Emigrants. By John Walton.
8vo. Glasgow, 1839 MATTHEW. Emigration Fields : North America, the Cape, Australia, and
New Zealand ; describing these Countries and giving a Comparative
12mo. Edin. 1839 FACSIMILES OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND
THE TREATY OF WAITANGI, 1810. Folio. Wellington, 1877 NEW ZEALAND MISSION. Visit of the Bishop of Australia to the Church
Missionary Society's Mission in New Zealand, and Notes of its State and Progress.
Pamp. 175. Lond. 1840 WARD. Information relative to New Zealand. Compiled for the use of Colonists. By John Ward.
12mo. Lond. 1810 DIEFFENBACH. New Zealand and its Native Population. By Dr. Ernest Dieffenbach.
8vo. Lond. 1841 BRIGHT. Handbook for Emigrants and others; being a History of New
• Zealand, its State and Prospects : also Remarks on the Climate and Colonies of the Australian Continent. By John Bright.
12mo. Lond. 1841 RITTER. Die Colonisation Von Neu-Seeland. Von Karl Ritter.
12mo. Berlin, 1842 DIEFFENBACH. State of Te Wanga Lake in Chatham Island. By Dr. E. Dieffenbach.
J.R.G.S. xii. 1842
NEW ZEALAND (Continued)-
SELWYN) TO THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF
Pamp. 146. Lond. 1843 COLENSO. Account of Enormous Fossil Bones discovered in New Zealand. By W. Colenso.
• Tas. Jour.' ii. 1843 COATES. New Zealanders and their Lands : Report of the Select Committee
of the House of Commons on New Zealand, considered in a Letter to Lord Stanley. By Davidson Coates.
8vo. Lond. 1844 STOKES. A Letter to the Earl of Devon on the late Massacre at Wairau. By Robert Stokes.
8vo. Lond. 1844 TUCKETT. Diary of Frederick Tuckett, Surveyor of the New Zealand
Company, 1884. (See Appendix Hocken's New Zealand,' 1898.) MONRO. Notes of a Journey through a Part of the Middle Island of New Zealand. By D. Monro.
Ibid. MARTIN. New Zealand in a Series of Letters ; containing an Account of
the Country both before and since its Occupation by the British Government ; with Historical Remarks on the Conduct of the Government, the New Zealand and Manakau Companies ; also a Description of the various Settlements, the Character of the Aborigines, and the Natural Productions of the Country. By Dr. S. M. D. Martin.
8vo. Lond. 1845 BRITISH COLONIZATION OF NEW ZEALAND. By the Committee of the Aborigines Protection Society.
Svo. Lond. 1846 ENDERBY. Proposal for Re-establishing the British Southern Whale Fishery
through the medium of a Chartered Company and in combination with the Colonisation of the Auckland Islands as the Site of the
Company's Whaling Station. By Charles Enderby. Svo. Lond. 1847 PLAIN FACTS RELATIVE TO THE LATE WAR IN THE NORTHERN
DISTRICT OF NEW ZEALAND. Pamp. 175. Auckland, 1847 TWELFTH, THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH, FIFTEENTH, AND
TWENTY-SECOND TO TWENTY-FIFTH REPORTS OF THE
8vo. Lond. 1844-49 FOX. Report on the Settlement of Nelson in New Zealand. By (Sir) William Fox.
8vo. Lond. 1849 CANTERBURY SETTLEMENT. Report of the Public Meeting for Founding the Settlement of Canterbury in New Zealand.
Pamp. 146. Lond. 1850 DOMESTIC SCENES IN NEW ZEALAND. Map. 18mo. Lond. 1851 THOMSON. Statistical Account of Auckland, New Zealand. By Dr. A. S. Thomson.
J.S.S. xiv. 1851 STATISTICS OF NEW MUNSTER, NEW ZEALAND, DOWN TO 1818.
Ibid. NEW ZEALAND.
Pamp. 146. Lond. 1852 FIRST REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED TO ENQUIRE
INTO AND REPORT UPON A SYSTEM OF PROCEDURE SUITED
8vo. Wellington, 1852 GREY. Ko Nga Moteatea, me nga Hakirara o nga Maori. He mea Kohikohi
mai na Sir George Grey. I tera Kaumatua, I tera Kuia ; no ona haerenga, e maha, Ki nga Pito Katoa, o enei motu.
8vo. Wellingion, 1853
NEW ZEALAND (Continued)-
Maps. 8vo. Lond. 1853 RICHARDSON. A Summer's Excursion in New Zealand. With Gleanings from other Writers. By · An Old Bengaler' (Major J. L. C. Richardson).
12mo. Lond. 1854 PAUL. Some Account of the Canterbury Settlement, New Zealand. By the Rev. R. B. Paul.
18mo. Lond. 1854 THOMSON. Natural History of the New Zealand Race of Men. By Dr. A. S. Thomson.
J.S.S. xvii. 1854
trating its Origin, Manners, Customs, Mythology, Religion, Rites,
Coloured plates. 8vo. Lond. 1855
. Can. Jour.' ii. (N.S.) 1857 NEW ZEALAND PROVERBS.
* Cape Mon.' ii. 1857 NEW ZEALAND EMIGRANT'S BRADSHAW; OR, GUIDE TO THE BRITAIN OF THE SOUTH.
12mo. Lond, 1858 MOON. An Account of the Wreck of H.M. Sloop Osprey,' with the
Encampment of her Crew and their March across the Island of New
12mo. Landport, 1858 THOMSON. Survey of the Southern Districts of Otago, New Zealand. By J. Turnbull Thomson.
J.R.G.S. xxviii. 1858 CHESNEY. New Zealand considered as a Field for the Emigration of Military Men. By Capt. E. Chesney.
J.R.U.S.I. ii. 1859 BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE PROVINCE OF CANTERBURY.
Pamp. 146. Sydney, 1860 MARGRY. Les Français à la Nouvelle-Zélande, 1825-1847. Par Pierre Margry.
8vo. Paris, 1860 BRODIE. New Zealand and the Constitution Act. Reasons against the Reappointment of Governor Sir George Grey. By Walter Brodie.
Pamp. 146. Lond. 1861
intending Emigrants to that Province; to which are added Waste
8vo. Lond. 1861 FURTHER REMARKS ON NEW ZEALAND AFFAIRS.
Pamp. 175. Lond. 1861 SKETCH OF OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND, AS A FIELD OF BRITISH EMIGRATION.
Illustrated. 8vo. Edin. 1862 WEKEY. Otago as it is : its Gold Mines and Natural Resources. By S. Wekey.
Vict. Pamp. ii. Melb, 1862 GRAYLING. The War in Taranaki during the years 1860–61. By W. J. Grayling.
8vo. New Plymouth, 1862 MAUNSELL. Grammar of the New Zealand Language. By Archdeacon R. Maunsell.
12mo. Auckland, 1862 REPORT ON THE WHARFAGE ACCOMMODATION NECESSARY FOR THE PORT OF LYTTELTON.
12mo. Christchurch, 1863.
NEW ZEALAND (Continued)WARD. Relations of Great Britain with the Colonists and Aborigines of New Zealand. By Crosbie Ward.
Pamp. 175. Lond. 1863 PASLEY. War in New Zealand. By Capt. Pasley. J.R.U.S.I. vi. 1863 ALEXANDER. Omata Stockade, Taranaki, New Zealand. By Col. Sir J. E. Alexander.
Ibid. WARRE. New Zealand : its Occupation and Defence against Native Aggression. By Col. H. J. Warre.
Ibid. vii. 1863 STACK. Views in the Province of Auckland, New Zealand. With Descriptive Letterpress. By Frederick R. Stack.
Folio. Lond. 1864
CONTENTS 1. Auckland Harbour, 1862. Race of the Tamaki, and Gulf of Hauraki from the Maori War Canoes
Howick Ranges. 2. Auckland from the Crater of Mount Eden 5. Wairoa Creek. 3. Auckland from the Lake on the North 6. View from the Ranges overlooking the Shore
entrance to the Manukau Harbour, 4. The Frith of the Thames, Waitemata
Auckland. SEWELL. New Zealand Rebellion : a Letter from Henry Sewell to Lord Lyttelton.
Pamp. 175. Lond. 1864 NORMAN and MUSGRAVE. Journal of the Voyage and Proceedings of
H.M.C.S. Victoria'in Search of Shipwrecked People at the Auckland and other Islands. With an Outline Sketch of the Islands. By Captain
W. H. Norman and Thomas Musgrave. Pamp. 175. Melb. 1865 HENDERSON. Otago and the Middle Island of New Zealand. A Warning
to Emigrants. By Aliquis (Captain Henderson). Pamp. 146. Melb. 1866 SKETCH OF THE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND. With a Description of
some of its Principal Cities and Native Race ; with Hints to Emigrants. By 'A Citizen of Auckland.'
Pamp. 146. Glasgow, 1866 HUNT. Twenty-five Years' Experience in New Zealand and the Chatham
Islands : an Autobiography. By Frederick Hunt. Edited by John
Svo. Wellington, 1866 WILSON. Story of Te Waharoa. In three parts. A chapter in early New
Zealand History. By John Alexander Wilson. 8vo. Auckland, 1866 THOMSON. Twelve Years in Canterbury, New Zealand ; with Visits to
the other Provinces and Reminiscences of the Route Home through Australia, &c. By Mrs. Charles Thomson.
12mo. Lond. 1867 WAKEFIELD. The Founders of Canterbury ; being Letters from Edward
Gibbon Wakefield to John Robert Godley and other well-known helpers in the Foundation of the Settlement of Canterbury. Elited by E. J. Wakefield.
12mo. Christchurch, 1868 HAYNES. A Ramble in the New Zealand Bush. By Dr. Stanley L. Haynes.
12mo. Lond. 1868 WILLIAMS. The Manawatu Purchase Completed ; or, The Treaty of Waitangi Broken. By Thomas C. Williams.
8vo. Lond. 1868 HECTOR. Earthquakes and Wave Phenomena observed in New Zealand. By (Sir) James Hector.
P.N.Z.I. i. 1868 FINSCH. Notes on Mr. Walter Buller's Essay on the Ornithology of New Zealand. By Dr. Otto Finsch.
Ibid. HUTTON. Notes on the Birds of Great and Little Barrier Island. By Captain F. W. Hutton.
Ibid. HUTTON. Notes on the Basin of Te Tarata, Rotomahana. By Captain F. W. Hutton.