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6. AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION,

INCLUDING COAST SURVEYS

HEERES. The part borne by the Dutch in the discovery of Australia,

1606-1765. By Prof. J. E. Heeres. Maps. Folio. Lond. 1899

A collection of documents reproduced from originals preserved in the State Archives

at the Hague. HOVELL and HUME. Journey of Discovery to Port Phillip, New South

Wales. By W. H. Hovell and Hamilton Hume in 1824 and 1825. (With MS. corrections by W. Bland.)

12mo. Sydney, 1831 HUME. A brief statement of facts in connection with an overland expedi

tion from Lake George to Port Phillip in 1824. By Hamilton Hume, with numerous Appendices and an answer to the Preface to the second edition of Mr. Hamilton Hume's, 'A Brief Statement of Facts,' by W. H. Hovell.

8vo. (Reprint). Sydney, 1895 HOVELL and HUME. Journal of Discovery to Port Phillip, New South Wales, in 1824 and 1825. By W. H. Hovell and H. Hume.

Illustrated. R.G.S.A. (v.) xi. 1894 GARDINER. The Friend of Australia ; or, a plan for exploring the interior

and for carrying on a survey of the whole Continent of Australia. By a retired officer of the East India Company's Service (Captain Allen F. Gardiner).

8vo. Lond. 1830 GELLIBRAND. Memorandum of a Trip to Port Phillip in 1836. By J. T. Gellibrand.

· Letters from Victorian Pioneers.' 1899 TYERS. Report of an Expedition to ascertain the position of the 141st degree

of east longitude, being the boundary line between New South Wales and South Australia. By C. J. Tyers.

12mo. Sydney, 1810 REPORT OF AN EXPEDITION UNDER THE SURVEYOR-GENERAL,

J. S. ROE, TO THE SOUTH-EASTWARD OF PERTH, IN WESTERN
AUSTRALIA, 1818–49, TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.

J.R.G.S. xxii. 1852 GREGORY. Settler's Expedition to the Northward from Perth, Western Australia, under A. C. Gregory.

Ibid. FITZGERALD. His Excellency Charles FitzGerald's Expedition to the Murchison River (Western Australia).

Ibid. KENNEDY. Extracts from the Journal of an Exploring Expedition into

Central Australia, to determine the course of the River Barcoo (or the
Victoria of Sir T. L. Mitchell). By E. B. Kennedy.

Ibid. KINLOCH. The Murray River ; being a Journal of the Voyage of the Lady

Augusta' Steamer from the Goolwa in South Australia to Gannewarra above Swan Hill, Victoria, a distance from the sea mouth of 1,400 miles. By Arthur Kinloch. .

8vo. Adelaide, 1853 AUSTIN. Expedition to Explore the Interior of Western Australia. By Robert Austin.

J.R.G.S. xxvi. 1856 HACK. Appointment and Instructions to Mr. Stephen Hack, and Reports,

&c., by him of an Exploring Expedition into the North-Western Interior.

Folio. Adelaide, 1857 PROGRESS OF AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION. "Jour, of Aus.' ii. 1857 NORTHERN EXPLORATION. Reports, &c., of Explorations into the

Interior of Australia. By B. H. Babbage, Major P. E. Warburton,
James Geharty, and Samuel Parry.

Folio. Adelaide, 1857-58

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION (Continued)MUELLER. An Historical Review of the Explorations of Australia. By Baron (Sir) F. von Mueller.

P.I. (Vic.) ii. 1858 GREGORY. Journal of the North Australian Exploring Expedition, under the command of Augustus C. Gregory.

J.R.G.S. xxviii. 1858 SELWYN. Geological Notes of a Journey in South Australia from Cape

Jervis to Mount Serle. By A. R. C. Selwyn. Folio. Adelaide, 1859 PAPERS, NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS, &c., relative to the Expedition of Dr. Leichhardt.

Pamp. H. 1858-60 STUART. Second, Third, and Last Journeys in the Vicinity of Lake Torrens. By John McDouall Stuart.

J.R.G.S. xxxi. 1861 RANDELL Voyage up the Darling and Barwan Rivers. By W. R. Randell.

J.R.G.S. xxxi. 1861 WALKER. Journal of the Albert River Expedition. By Frederick Walker.

Pamp. J. 1862 JOURNAL OF LANDSBOROUGH'S EXPEDITION FROM CARPENTARIA

IN SEARCH OF BURKE AND WILLS. With map showing his route.

8vo. Mell. 1862 EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIA.

(m.) Pamp. 152. 1862 BOURNE. Bourne's Journal of Landsborough's Expedition from Carpen

taria in Search of Burke and Wills. Vict. Pamp. ii. Melb. 1862 MCKINLAY'S JOURNAL OF EXPLORATION IN THE INTERIOR OF

AUSTRALIA (Burke Relief Expedition). Maps. 8vo. Mell. 1862 MCKINLAY'S DIARY OF HIS JOURNEY ACROSS THE CONTINENT OF AUSTRALIA

8vo. Melb. 1863 ACCOUNT OF THE FUNERAL OF BURKE AND WILLS AND PRESENTATION BY THE EXPLORATION COMMITTEE.

Pamp. H. Velb. 1863 PROGRESS REPORTS AND FINAL REPORT OF THE EXPLORATION COMMITTEE OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA.

Folio. Melb. 1863 MARTIN. Journals and Reports of two Voyages to the Glenelg River and the North-West Coast of Australia, 1863–64. By James Martin.

Sm. 4to. Perth, 1864 MACDONALD. Journal of J. G. Macdonald on an Expedition from Port

Denison to the Gulf of Carpentaria and Back. 12mo. Brisbane, 1865 DALRYMPLE. Journey from Rockingham Bay to the Valley of Lagoons. By J. E. Dalrymple.

J.R.G.S. xxxv.

1865 M'INTYRE. Leichhardt Search Expedition. Journal of Duncan M'Intyre.

Folio. Mell. 1866 LINDSAY. Exploration through Arnheim's Land. By D. Lindsay.

R.G.S.A. (N.S.W.) ii. 1885 MUELLER. Notes on Jean Julien Houten de Labillardière. By Baron (Sir) F. von Mueller.

R.S.T. 1885 TIETKENS. Lake Amadeus and the Vicinity. By W. H. Tietkens.

R.G.S.A. (S.A.) ii. 1886 TIETKENS. Western Interior of Australia. By W. H. Tietkens.

R.G.S.A. (V). vi. 1889 MESTON. Report of the Government Scientific Expedition to BellendenKer Range, Queensland. By A. Meston.

By A. Meston. “Queens. Agri. Bul.' 1889 AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION (Continued)TIETKENS. Hitherto Unexplored West Central Australia. By W. H. Tietkens.

R.G.S.A. (V). viii. 1890 RECLUS. The Earth and its Inhabitants. Universal Geography By Élisée Reclus.

Vol. 19. Roy. 8vo. Lond. N.D. LINDSAY. Journal of the Elder Scientific Exploring Expedition, 1891–92, under the Command of David Lindsay.

8vo. Adelaide, 1893 THYNNE. The Story of Australian Exploration. By R. Thynne.

12mo. Lond. 1894 CALVERT. Exploration of Australia. By Albert F. Calvert. 4to. Lond. 1895 COLLINGRIDGE. Discovery of Australia : a Critical, Documentary, and

Historic Investigation concerning the Priority of Discovery in Australasia by Europeans before the arrival of Lieut. James Cook in the · Endeavour' in the year 1770. With illustrations, charts, maps, diagrams, &c. Copious notes, references, geographical index and index to names. By George Collingridge.

4to. Sydney, 1895 LINDSAY. Future Exploration in Australia. By David Lindsay.

6th Geo. Con. Lond. 1895 JONES. Geographical Results of the Elder Scientific Exploring Expedition, 1891-92. By James W. Jones.

R.G.S.A. (V). xii. 1896 Notes of a Journey from Israelite Bay to Coolgardie. By Arthur J. Wright.

Ibid. TURNER. Early Explorers of Victoria's Coast. By H. G. Turner. Ibid. PANTON. Australia Derserta. By J. A. Panton.

Ibid. HORN. Scientific Exploration of Central Australia. By W. Austin Horn.

P.R.C.I. xxvii. 1896 CALVERT. Exploration of Australia from 1844 to 1896. By Albert F. Calvert.

4to. Lond. 1896 BOYD. Narrative of Captain G. Pennefather's Exploration of the Coen

Archer and Batavia Rivers, and of the Islands on the Western Coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1880. By Major A. J. Boyd.

R.G.S.A. (Q.) xi. 1896 HORN. Report on the Work of the Horn Scientific Expedition to Central Australia. Edited by Prof. Baldwin Spencer.

Illustrated. Map. 4 vols. 4to. Melb. 1896

CONTENTS OF VOL. I. Introduction. By W. A. Horn

Geological Results of the Expedition. By Editorial Note

Prof. Baldwin Spencer
Through Larapinta Land: a Narrative of the Supplement to the Zoological Report :-
Expedition. By Prof. Baldwin Spencer

Hymenoptera. By W. F. Kirby
Summary of the Zoological, Botanical, and Additions to the Fauna

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
Mammalia. By Prof. Baldwin Spencer

Araneide. By H. R. Hogg
Aves. By Alfred J. North, with Field Notes. Orthoptera. By J. G. 0. Tepper
By G. A. Keartland

Carabidæ. By Thomas G. Sloane
Reptilia. By A. H. S. Lucas and C. Frost Honey Ants. By Walter W. Froggatt
Amphibia. By Prof. Baldwin Spencer

Muridæ. By Edgar R. Waite Pisces. By A. Lietz

Appendix : Mollusca. By Prof. Ralph Tate, with

Description of an Additional New Species of Appendix on Anatomical Characters. By Fish from the Finke and Barcoo Rivers. C. Hedley

By A. Zeitz Crustacea. By Prof. Baldwin Spencer and T. On the Presence and Structure of a StriduS. Hall

lating Organ in Phlogius (Phrictus) Lepidoptera. By Oswald Lower

crassipes. By Prof. Baldwin Spencer Coleoptera (exclusive of the Carabidve). By Acanthodrilus Eremius, a New Species of Rev. T. Blackburn

Earthworm. By Prof. Baldwin Spencer

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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION (Continued)

CONTENTS OF VOL. III. Physical Geography. By Prof. Ralph Tate Petrology. By W. F. Smeeth and J. A. Watt. and J. A. Watt.

Palæontology. By Prof. Ralph Tate.
General Geology. By Prof. Ralph Tate and Botany. By Prof. Ralph Tate.
J. A. Watt.

Notes on

some Vegetable Exudations. By Economic Geology. By J. A. Watt.

J. H. Maiden.

CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. Anthropology. By Dr. E. C. Stirling

Aborigines of the McDonnell Ranges, belongNotes on some Manners and Customs of the ing to the Arunta Tribe. By F. J. Gillen

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WINNECKE. Journal, &c., of the Horn Scientific Exploring Expedition to

Central Australia, 1894. By C. Winnecke ; and Report on the
Physical Geography of Central Australia. By Prof. R. Tate and
J. A. Watt.

Plates and plans. Folio and 8vo. Adelaide, 1896 SCIENTIFIC RESULTS OF THE ELDER EXPLORING EXPEDITION.

R.S.S.A. xvi. and xx. 1892-93 and 1896 HÜBBE. Journal of the Stock Route Expedition from South to Western

Australia, 1895–96, under command of S. G. Hübbe. P.P. (S.A.) 1897 MACDONALD. Notes on the Discovery of the Eastern Coast of New Holland by Captain Cook. By A. C. Macdonald.

R.G.S.A. (V.) xiv. 1897 EXPLORATIONS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA, 1829-1897.

• W. Aus. Year Book,' 1896–97 COLLINS. Early Explorations on the Logan, and the Ascent of Mount Lindesay by Captain Logan in 1828. By R. M. Collins.

R.G.S.A. (Q.) xiii. 1897 CARNEGIE. Explorations in the Interior of Western Australia. By the Hon. David W. Carnegie.

• Geo. Jour.' xi. 1898 BROWN. Government Geologist's Report on Explorations in Western Part of South Australia. By H. Y. L. Brown.

P.P. (S.A.) 1898 TIETKENS. Remarks on Central Australia suggesting further Exploration. By W. H. Tietkens.

A.A.A.S. vii. 1898 SCOTT. The Romance of Australian Exploring. By G. Firth Scott.

Maps and illustrations, 12mo. Lond. 1899 STURT. Life of Charles Sturt-Sometime Captain 39th Regiment and Australian Explorer. By Mrs. Napier George Sturt.

Maps, 8vo.

Lond. 1899

7. THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

For Works relating specially to New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Western Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Fiji, and New Guinea, see SECTIONS 8–17; Botany and Flora, Section 65; Poems, SECTION 66; Fiction, Section 67; Parliamentary Publications, Sections 76-77; also Sections 2 and 6.

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ZIMMERMANN. Australien in Hinsicht der Erd-Menschen und Produktenkunde. Von E. August Wilh. von Zimmermann.

2 vols. (in 1) 8vo. Hamburg, 1810 MUDIE. Picture of Australia exhibiting New Holland, Van Diemen's Land,

and on the Settlements from the first at Sydney to the last at the Swan River. [By Robert Mudie.]

12mo. Lond. 1829 DAWSON. Present State of Australia : a Description of the Country ; its

Advantages and Prospects with Reference to Emigration, and an
Account of the Manners and Customs and Conditions of its Aboriginal
Inhabitants. By Robert Dawson.

8vo. Lond. 1831 BOISDUVAL. Faune Entomologique de l'Océan Pacifique. Par le Docteur Boisduval.

Dumout D'Urville's Voy.' 1826–29. 1832 LANG. Transportation and Colonisation, or the Causes of the Comparative

Failure of the Transportation System in the Australian Colonies, with
Suggestions for Ensuring its Future Efficiency in Subserviency to
Extensive Colonisation. By Dr. John Dunmore Lang.

12mo. Lond. 1837 MATTHEW. Emigration Fields.—North America, The Cape, Australia and

New Zealand, Describing these Countries and giving a Comparative
View of the Advantages they Present to the British Settlers. By
Patrick Matthew.

12mo. Edin. 1839 SOUTHEY. Treatise on Sheep addressed to the Flock Masters of Australia

Tasmania, and Southern Africa. By Thomas Southey. 8vo. Lond. 1840 RUSSELL. A Tour through the Australian Colonies in 1839, with Notes

and Incidents of a Voyage round the Globe calling at New Zealand and South America. By A. Russell.

12mo. Glasgow, 1810 SUTTOR. Culture of the Grape-Vine and the Orange in Australia and New

Zealand; comprising Historical Notes; Instructions for Planting and Cultivation ; Accounts from Personal Observations of the Vineyards of France and the Rhine, and Extracts concerning all the most Celebrated Wines from the Work of M. Jullian. By George Suttor.

8vo. Lond. 1843 BUTLER. Emigrant's Hand-Book of Facts concerning Canada, New Zealand,

Australia, Cape of Good Hope, &c., with the relative advantages each of the Colonies offers for Emigration and practical advice to intending Emigrants. By Samuel Butler.

12mo. Glasgow, 1843 RITCHIE. A Guide, Historical, Moral, and Commercial, to Australia, &c.

· Ritchie's British World in the East,' ii. 1817 MARTIN. British Possessions in Asia and Australasia connected with

England by the India and Australia Mail Steam Packet Co.
R. Montgomery Martin.

8vo. Lond. 1847 KING. Directions for the Inner Route from Syıney to Torres Strait. Sur

veyed by Captain Phillip Parker King. Pamp. 192. Lond. 1817 ESSAYS ON CATARRH IN SHEEP IN AUSTRALIA. By T. B. Duggan, J. M'Nab Main, Robert Dawson, and Robert Sempill.

Pamp. 166. Sydney, 1818

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