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NEW SOUTH WALES (Continued)ETHNOLOGICAL SERIES :1. Aboriginal Carvings of Port Jackson and Broken Bay. Measured and Described by W. D. Campbell.
1899 RECORDS OF THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.
7 vols. 4to. Sydney, 1889-1900 PUBLICATIONS OF THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM, SYDNEY.
8vo. Sydney, 1837-1900
I. CATALOGUES 1, Catalogue of the Specimens of Natural 10. Catalogue of Echinodermata in the Austra
History and Miscellaneous Curiosities in lian Museum. By E. P. Ramsay. Part I. the Australian Museum. By G. Bennett. Echini. 1885. 8vo. With 5 plates 1837. 8vo
11. Descriptive Catalogue of the Medusæ of 3. Catalogue of the Minerals and Rocks in the Australian Seas. By R. von Lenden
the Collection of the Australian Museum. feld. 1887. 8vo By G. Krefft. 1873. 8vo
Part I. Scyphomeduse 4. Catalogue of the Australian Birds in the
Part II. Hydromeduse Australian Museum. By E. P. Ramsay. 12. Descriptive Catalogue of the Nests and 8vo. 1876-94
Eggs of Birds found Breeding in Australia Part I. Accipitres. 1876
and Tasmania. By A. J. North. 1889. Part II. Striges. 1890
8vo. With 21 plates Part III. Psittaci. 1891
13. Descriptive Catalogue of the Sponges in Part IV. Halcyones. 1894
the Australian Museum. By R. von Len5. Catalogue of the Australian Stalk and denfeld. 1888. 8vo. With 12 plates
Sessile-eyed Crustacea. By W. A. Haswell. 14. Catalogue of the Fishes in the Australian 1882. 8vo, with 4 plates
Museum. Part I. Palæicthyan Fishes. By 6. Catalogue of the Library of the Australian J. Douglas Ogilby. 1888. Svo
Museum. 1883. 8vo. With 2 supple- 15. Catalogue of the Marine Shells of Ausments
tralia and Tasmania. By J. Brazier. 8vo 7. Catalogue of a Collection of Fossils in the
Part I. Cephalopoda. 1892 Australian Museum, with Introductory Part II. Pteropoda. 1892 Notes. By F. Ratte. 1883. 8vo
Part III. Gasteropoda (Murex). 1893 8. Catalogue of the Australian Hydroid 16. Catalogue of Australian Mammals, with
Zoophytes. By W. M. Bale. 1884. 8vo. Introductory Notes on General MamWith 19 plates
malogy. By J. D. Ogilby. 1892. 8vo 9. Descriptive Catalogue of the General Col- 17. Descriptive Catalogue of the Tunicata in
lection of Minerals in the Australian the Australian Museum. By W. A. HerdMuseum. By F. Ratte. 1885. 8vo
8vo. 45 plates
II. MONOGRAPH 1. Australian Lepidoptera and their Trans- Morgan and Mrs. Forde. Edited and re
formations. By the late A. W. Scott. vised by Mrs. Forde and A. S. Olliff With illustrations by his daughters, Mrs.
III. MEMOIRS 1. History and Description of the Skeleton ! 3. The Atoll of Funafuti, Ellice Group: its
of a new Sperm Whale in the Australian Zoology, Botany, and General Structure, Museum. By W. S. Wall. 8vo. Plates. based on Collections made by C. Hedley. 1887
10 parts. 8vo. 1896-1900 2. Lord Howe Island : its Zoology, Geology, 4. Scientific Results of the Trawling Expedi
and Physical Characters. 1889. 8vo. With tion of H.M.C.S. Thetis' off the Coast of 10 plates
New South Wales in February and March,
1898. 8vo. 1899-1900
IV. GUIDES 2. Guide to the Contents of the Australian 3. Guide to the Contents of the Australian Museum. 1883. 8vo
Museum. 1890. 8vo
V. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS 1. List of old Documents and Relics in the 3. Notes for Collectors. 1887. vo Australian Museum. 1890
4. Hints for the Collectors of Geological and 2. Descriptive List of Aboriginal Weapons, Mineralogical Specimens. By F. Ratte.
Implements, &c., from the Darling and 1887 Lachlan Rivers. By K. H. Bennett, 1897. 5. Hints for the Preservation of Specimens of 8vo
Natural History. By E. P. Ramsay. 1891
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No. 5, April 17, 1899
No. 6, December 11, 1899
No. 7, June 15, 1900
No. 8, December, 1900
FORMERLY THE DISTRICT OF PORT PHILLIP OR AUSTRALIA FELIX.
FIRST SETTLED BY COLONISTS FROM TASMANIA AUGUST, 1835 ; SEPARATED FROM NEW SOUTH WALES, 1851
See also SECTIONS 2, 6, 7, 65, 66, 67, and 70-77
KERR'S MELBOURNE ALMANAC AND PORT PHILLIP DIRECTORY
FOR 1841. A compendium of useful and accurate information connected with Port Phillip.
8vo. Melb. 1841 ARDEN. Recent Information respecting Port Phillip and the promising
Province of Australia Felix, in the great territory of New South Wales, including their History, Geography, and important Natural Resources. With interesting sketches of the Aboriginal Inhabitants, and valuable advice to emigrants. By the Editor of the Port Phillip Gazette (George Arden).
12mo. Lond. 1841 DAVENPORT. Specimens of the language of the Barrabool Tribe, and list
of the Members of the Tribe, collected about 1842. By Mrs. F. A. Davenport.
Letters from Victorian Pioneers. 1899 GUNN. “Bunyip' of Australia Felix. By Ronald C. Gunn.
• Tas. Jour. 'iii. 1847 PERRY. Letter from the Lord Bishop of Melbourne (Dr. Charles Perry) to the Honorary Secretary of the Special Committee for that Diocese.
Map. 12mo. Lond. 1850 WATHEN. Coal Measures along the Coast between Western Port and Cape Lintrap, Port Phillip. By G. H. Wathen.
R.S.T. i. 1851 RETURN RESPECTING THE GOLD FIELDS OF VICTORIA.
Pamp. H. Melb. 1851 TULLOCH. Five Views of the Gold Fields of Mount Alexander and Ballarat
in Victoria. Drawn on the spot by D. Tulloch. Ob. 4to. Melb. 1852 BONWICK. Notes of a Gold Digger, and Gold Diggers' Guide. By James Bonwick.
12mo. Melb. 1852 MORGAN. Life and Adventures of William Buckley, thirty-two years a
wanderer amongst the Aborigines of the then unexplored country round Port Phillip, now the Province of Victoria. By John Morgan.
12mo. Hobart, 1852 COLONY OF VICTORIA.
Pamp. 129. Lond. 1853 A'BECKETT. Does the Discovery of Gold in Victoria, viewed in relation to
its Moral and Social Effects as hitherto developed, deserve to be considered a National Blessing or a National Curse ? By Colonus (Sir William A'Beckett).
8vo. Melb. 1853 CAMPBELL. Remarks on National Education, with reference to the Colony of Victoria. By C. Campbell.
Vict. Pamp. iii. Melb. 1853 MOSSMAN. Emigrants’ Letters from Australia (Victoria). Selected, with critical and explanatory remarks, by Samuel Mossman.
12mo. Lond. 1833 WEKEY. The Land : importance of its Culture to the General Prosperity
of Victoria. With a special reference to the Cultivation of the Vine,
its advantages and prospects. By S. Wekey. Vici. Pamp. i. Melb. 1854 BELL. Historical and Statistical View of the Colony of Victoria. By G. M. Bell.
J.S.S. xvii. 1854
VICTORIA (Continued) LANG. The Convict's Bank; or, a Plain Statement of the Case of Alleged
Embezzlement on the part of G. D. Lang, late Manager, and F. L. Drake, late Accountant, of the Branch Bank of New South Wales at Ballarat. With remarks on the trial. By Dr. J. Dunmore Lang.
8vo. Sydney, 1855 SELWYN. Report on the Geology, Palæontology, and Mineralogy of the
Country situated between Melbourne, Western Port Bay, Cape Schanck, and Point Nepean. By A. R. C. Selwyn. Accompanied by a geological map and sections.
P.P. (V.) i. 1851-55 A LETTER ON BOUNTY IMMIGRATION AND THE RIGHTS OF
LABOUR, TO THE LEGISLATORS AND PEOPLE OF VICTORIA.
Vict. Pamp. i. Melb. 1856 A GLORIOUS FUTURE FOR AUSTRALIA: or, the Freeman's Guide
book : being a Letter dedicated to the Electors of Victoria under its New Constitution. By Nemo.
Ibid. TAYLOR. The Church, the State, and the World ; their Duties and Claims. By Joseph Taylor.
Ibid. CAIRNS. The Dangers and Duties of the Young Men of Victoria ; or, Coun
sels adapted to the present Crisis. By the Rev. Dr. Adam Cairns. Ibid. DAVITT. Origin and Progress of the National System of Education. By Arthur Davitt.
Ibid. SETTLEMENT OF JOHN BATMAN IN PORT PHILLIP.
• Jour. of Aus.' i. 1856 BUNCE. Reminiscences of Twenty-three Years' Wanderings in the Australian Colonies. By Daniel Bunce.
Ibid. VICTORIA ILLUSTRATED : 46 engraved Plates of Scenery, Buildings, &c.
Ob. 4to. Melb. 1857
CONTENTS 1. Entrance to Port Phillip
25. Moorabool Street, from Myer's Street, 2. Ballaarat, looking N.W. from Mount Geelong Bunningyong
26. Geelong, from Road to Fyan's Ford, near 3. Ballaarat Flat, from the Black Hill
Windsor Castle 4. Ballaarat Post Office and Township, from 27. On the Barwon River, near Fyan's Ford, Government Enclosure
Geelong 5. Lydiart Street, from Bath's Hotel, Ballaarat 28. Fyan's Ford, Barwon River, Geelong 6. Kyneton, looking towards the Bridge 29. Railway Terminus, St. Paul's Church, &c., 7. Bendigo, from Road to Eagle Hawk
Geelong 8. Forest Creek, from Road to Castlemaine 30. Sandridge, Williams Town, from Railway 9. Market Square, Castlemaine
Pier 10. Creswick's Creek, from Spring Hill
31. Approach to Melbourne from Abattoir 11. Spring Hill, from Road to Government 32. Princes Bridge and City Terminus of Camp, Creswick's Creek
M. & H.B. Railway, Melbourne 12. Government Camp, Creswick's Creek 33. Queen's Wharf, Melbourne, West End 13. Mount Macedon, from Lagoon north of 34. The University of Melbourne Bush Inn
35. St. Francis Cathedral, Melbourne 14. Township of Keilor, from South Side of 36. Dight's Mill, Yarra Yarra Bridge
37. View on the Yarra, near Dight's Mill 15. Sandhurst
38. Government Offices, Melbourne 16. Port of Warrnambool
39. Hobson's Bay, &c., from Signal Station 17. Belfast, Port Fairy
40. National Model and Training School, 18. Portland, from the Bay
Melbourne 19. Approach to Richmond, from North Bank 41. City Police Station and Town Hall, of Yarra Yarra
Melbourne 20. Approach to Geelong, from the Bay
42. Post Office, Melbourne 21. Steam Packet Wharf, Mack's Hotel, &c., 43. St. Paul's Church, from South End of Geelong
Swanston Street, Melbourne 22. Yarra Street, looking South to the Bay of 44. Great Collins Street, looking East from Geelong
Wesleyan Chapel, Melbourne 23. Market Square, looking N.E. from Malop | 45. Great Collins Street, looking West from Street, Geelong
Russell Street, Melbourne 24. Market Square, North Side, Geelong 46. Great Bourke Street, looking East from
Queen Street, Melbourne
VICTORIA (Continued)BONWICK. William Buckley, the Wild White Man, and his Port Phillip Black Friends. By James Bonwick.
8vo. Melb. 1857 GEOLOGY OF VICTORIA.
• Jour, of Aus. 'ii. 1857 INTELLECTUAL OPPORTUNITIES OF THE WORKING MEN IN VICTORIA
Ibid. MILLAR. Supply of Water to the Town of Geelong. By John Millar.
P.I.V. ii. 1858 BLANDOWSKI. Recent Discoveries in Natural History on the Lower Murray. By William Blandowski.
Ibid. STANBRIDGE. Astronomy and Mythology of the Aborigines of Victoria. By W. Edward Stanbridge.
Ibid. BLANDOWSKI. Extensive Infusoria Deposits in the Mallee Scruh, near
Swan Hill, on the Lower Murray River, in Victoria ; and presence of
Ibid. M'COMBIE. History of Victoria. By Thomas M'Combie.
Jour. of Aus. 'iii., iv. 1857-58 REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF VICTORIA ON THE ABORIGINES.
Folio. Melb. 1859 SMITH. Reclamation and Cultivation of Batman's Swamp, Victoria. By Alexander Kennedy Smith.
P.I.V. iii. 1859 GELLIBRAND. Memoranda of a Trip to Port Phillip in 1836. By J. T. Gellibrand.
Ibid. NEUMAYER. Description and System of Working of the Flagstaff Observatory, Melbourne. By Prof. George Neumayer.
Ibid. MICHIE. Victoria suffering a Recovery. By (Sir) Archibald Michie.
Vict. Pamp. i. Melb. 1860 THE LAND BILL ; being a Letter addressed to the Members of the Legislative Council. By Moderation.
Ibid. HOOD. Suggestions for a System of Drainage for Melbourne. By the Hon. John Hood.
P.I.V. iv. 1860 MACGILLIVRAY. Cheilostomatous Polyzoa of Victoria and other parts of Australia. By P. H. MacGillivray.
Ibid. WOODS. Tertiary Rocks at Portland Bay, Victoria. By the Rev. Julian Edmund Woods.
Ibid. CORBETT. Conjugal Condition of the People of Victoria, considered in
relation to Laws of Divorce. By Francis A. Corbett. R.S.V. v. 1860 MORTON. Suggestions for the Introduction of Animals and Agricultural Seeds into Victoria. By W. Lockhart Morton.
Ibid. COATES. Deposit of Diatomaceae at South Yarra, Victoria. By John Coates.
Ibid. THE BEST PLAN TO IMPROVE THE AFFAIRS OF THE COLONY. By Cincinnatus.
Pamp. 129. Jell. 1860 LOADER. Family Immigration for Victoria. By Thomas Loader.
Vict. Pamp. ii. Velb. 1861 CAMPBELL. The Squatting Question considered with a view to its Settlement. By Colin Campbell.
R.S.V. vi. 1861 BEVERIDGE. Dialects, Habits, Customs, and Mythology of the Lower Murray Aborigines, Victoria. By Peter Beveridge.
Ibid. ASPINALL. Three Years in Melbourne. By Clara Aspinall.
12mo. Lond. 1862 SMYTH. Unexplored Districts of Victoria. By R. Brough Smyth.
R.S.V. vi. 1862 RAWLINSON. Suggestions for the Formation of a Colonial Navy, and for
securing speedy and certain communication with Europe, and Defence of our Coasts in time of War. By Thomas E. Rawlinson.
Ibid. RAWLINSON. Entrance to the Gipps Land Lakes, Victoria. By Thomas E. Rawlinson.
R.S.V. vi. 1863 RAWLINSON. Coast and Lakes of Gipps Land, Victoria. By Thomas E. Rawlinson.
Ibid. CHRISTY. Water Supply and Irrigation (in Victoria). By F.C. Christy. Ibid. OUR NATIONAL DUTIES IN RELATION TO POPULATION, PRO
TECTION AND LEGISLATION. By an ex-Member of the National
Vict. Pamp. iii. Melb. 1864 WOODS. Not Quite as Old as the Hills. Lecture on the Evidences of Man's
Antiquity. By Rev. J. E. Tenison Woods. Pamp. 129. Mell. 1864 WATTS. Fresh Water Algæ of Victoria. By Henry Watts. R.S.V. vi. 1864 ARCHER. Genus of Coleoptera hitherto unfound in Victoria.
By W. H. Archer.
Ibid. SMITH. Surface and Underground Drainage of Melbourne. By Alexander K. Smith.
Ibid. ADAMS. Yarra (Victoria) Floods and their Remedy. By Robert Adams.
Ibid. WOODS. Geology of Portland. Two Lectures by Rev J. E. Tenison Woods.
Pamp. 129. Portland, 1865 HARRISON. Victoria as a Field for Geologists. By Thomas Harrison.
R.S.V. vii. 1865 RAWLINSON. On the Probable Erosion of the Mountain Ranges of Gipps Land. By Thomas E. Rawlinson.
Ibid. M'COY. Discovery of Cretaceous Fossils in Australia. By (Sir) Frederick M'Coy.
Ibid. BLEASDALE. Report on an Exhibition of Gems, both Victorian and Foreign, held in Melbourne. By Rev. Dr. John I. Bleasdale.
Ibid. BONWICK. Volcanic Rocks of Rome and Victoria compared. By James Bonwick.
R.S.V. viii. 1866 ELLERY. Rainfall in Victoria. By R. L. J. Ellery.
Ibid. SMYTH. Mining and Mineral Statistics (Victoria). By R. Brough Smyth.
Pamp. 129. Melb. 1866 BARRY. Address to the Workmen employed in Building the Great Hall of
the Melbourne Public Library and Museum in Melbourne, delivered by Sir Redmond Barry.
8vo. Melb. 1866 DAINTREE. Report on the Geology of the District of Ballan, including Remarks on the Age and Origin of Golil, &c. By Richard Daintree.
Folio. Melb, 1866