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.AUSTRALIA directory, v. i. Directions for the southern shores of
Australia from Cape Leeuwin to Port Stephens, including
Bass' strait and Van Diemen's Land. 8vo. Lond., 1830.
BOWDITCH, NATHANIEL. The American practical navigator ;
being an epitome of navigation and nautical astronomy,
la. 8vo. Wash., 1906.

'GREAT BRITAIN : Admiralty. Australia directory : v. i : South
and south-east coasts from Cape Leeuwin to Port Jackson,
including Bass' strait and Tasmania. loth ed., 8vo. Lond.,
1907.

See also Australia directory above.

Same : v. 2 ; East coast from Port Jackson to Cape York, Torres
strait and approaches, the Coral sea, and part of the Gulf of
Carpentaria. 6th ed., 8vo. Lond., 1907.
Same: v. 3 ; North, north-west, and west coasts from Torres

strait to Cape Leeuwin. 4th ed., 8vo. Lond., 1905.
List of lights ; pt. 6, South Africa, East Indies, China, Japan,
Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, 1905. Rvo. Lond.,
1905.

Same: another ed. 8vo. Lond., 1909.
New Zealand pilot: revised supplement to /th ed., 1901. pp.

89, 8vo. Lond., 1906.

KING, PHILIP PARKER, rear-admiral. Directions for the inner
route from Sydney to Torres strait. pp. is. 8vo. Lond.,
1847.

Pam., v. 9, no. 212.

KING, PHILIP PARKER, rear -admiral, and BLACKWOOD, F. P.,
captain. Directions for the inner and outer route from Sydnev
to Torres strait, pp. 31, 8vo. Lond., 1849.
Pam., v. 185, no. 3603.

^UNITED STATES -.Navy department: Hydrograpliic oftce.
Asiatic pilot. '8vo. Wash., 1910.

v. 2. The Japan Islands, 1910. v. 3. Coast of China, Yalu river
to Hongkong with Formosa.



BUSINESS. 413



656.2. Ships' logs.

LADY DENISON, ship. Log book of the proceedings on board the
brig Lady Denison from Sydney to Launceston, Adelaide, and
Swan River, commanded by Captain McKinlay, April 19,
1861, to Jan. 17, 1862. 4to. MS. n.t.p.

SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, ship. Log of the brig Sir Wm. Wal-
lace, William Cracknel 1, commander, on a whaling voyage
from Hobart Town, April i, 1850, to Nov. i, 1850. 410.
M.S., n.t.p.

ZEEWYK, ship. Typewritten copy of Journal or daily register,
'kept in the [Dutch East India] company's ship " Zeewyk."
commanded by skipper Jan Steyns, going with the company's
ship " Barbersteyn " : kept by Adriaen van der Graeffj
second mate. [Nov. 1726 to April 1728.] fscp fo.

The " Zeewyk " was wrecked on the Abrolhos o(T the coast of
Western Australia in June, 1727. This log was translated from the
original at the Hague.

658. Business : Methods : Tables.

BUSINESS; a monthly magazine for the business man. v. i,

March, ipos-February, 1906. 8vo. Syd.
COOMBS and company, limited. Coombs' commercial articles

[1909] on legal subjects of mercantile interest as they ap-
peared in Coombs' Trade circular : written up by Austin

Baker. 8vo. Melb., n.d.
Same: [1910]. 8vo. Melb., n.d.
HUNTER, CHRISTOPHER. Guide for merchants, storekeepers,

branch proprietors, and general distributors. pp. 31, 4to.

Melb., 1906.
JORDAN, H. R. H. Jordan's grain calculator; a ready reckoner

for use in the sale or purchase of grain, ismo. Syd., [1906].
KIRKBRIDE, F. B., and STERRETT, J. E. S. The modern

trust company; its functions and organization 8vo. N.V.,

1905.
RANDOM recollections of a commercial traveller: illust. Svo.

Lond., 1909.

VEBLEN, THORSTEIN. Theory of business enterprise. 8vo. N'.Y ,
1904.



660. Chemical Technology.

662.8. Artificial fuel.

BRACHVOGEL, JOHN K. Industrial alcohol, its manufacture and
uses; a practical treatise based on Dr. Max Maercker's " In-
troduction to distillation," with special chapters by C. J.
Thatcher. Svo. N.Y., 1907.

WRIGHT, F. B. Practical handbook on the distillation of alcohol
from farm products, and the de-naturing of alcohol. 8vo.
N.Y., 1906.



414 FOODS, ETC.

663. Beverages.

WILKINSON, WILLIAM PERCY, translator. The estimation of fusel-
oil in spirits : official method of the German government, pp.
8, 8vo. Syd., 1898.
Pam., v. 175, no. 3359.

664. Foods.

664.1. Sugar.

COLSON, LEON. Culture et Industrie de la canne a sucre aux Iles-

Hawai et a la R6union ; 2me e"d., avec pre'f. de Louis Brunet :

[illust.]. 8vo. Paris, 1905.

(Bibliotheque d'agriculture coloniale.)
DEERR, NOEL. Cane sugar; a text-book of the sugar cane, the

manufacture of cane sugar, and the analysis of sugar house

products ; with a chapter on the fermentation of molasses :

[illust.]. 8vo. Manch., 1911.
Sugar and sugar-cane; an elementary treatise on the agriculture

of the sugar-cane and on the manufacture of cane sugar :

[illust.]. 8vo. Manch., 1906.
GEERLIGS, H. C. PRINSEN. Cane sugar and its manufacture.

la. 8vo. Manch., 1909.
JONES, LLEWELLYN, and SCARD, FREDERIC I. The manufacture

of cane sugar : illust. 8vo. Lond., 1909.
NEWLANDS, JOHN A. R., and NEWLANDS, B. E. R. Sugar;

a handbook for planters and refiners : [illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,.

1909.
SURFACE, GEORGE THOMAS. The story of sugar : illust. 8vo.

N.Y., 1910.

664.9. Preservation of meat and fish.

DANNEVIG, HARALD C. Some of the Scottish methods of smoking
fish: [illust.]. -pp. ii, 8vo. Syd., 1903.
Pam., v. 175, no. 3360.

665.5. Petroleum : Kerosene.

REDWOOD, Sir BOVERTON. Petroleum; a treatise on the geo-
graphical distribution and geological occurrence of petroleum
and natural gas ; the physical and chemical properties, pro-
duction, and refining of petroleum and ozokerite ; the char-
acters and uses, testing, transport, and storage of petroleum
products ; and the legislative enactments relating thereto ; with
a description of the shale oil and allied industries, and a full
bibliography: maps, plates, and illust. 2nd eel., 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

666. Ceramics.

GRAHAM, Rev. JOHN MALCOLM ALEXANDER. Cup and saucer land;,
being a simple descriptive account of the present day methods-
of earthenware productions : illust. 4to. Lond., [1908].
Se.g also Class 738. Pottery : Porcelain



METALLURGY. 415



669. Metallurgy and Assaying.

BLACK, JAMES G. Chemistry for the gold fields ; including lectures
on the nonmetallic elements, metallurgy, and the testing and
assaying of metals, &c. 8vo. Dunedin, 1885.

BROWNE, THOMAS FREDERIC DE COURCY. Manual of minerals,
ores, and gems commonly found in Australia ; how to dis-
tinguish, test, and assay, and calculate their value : [diagrams].
3rd ed., p-p. 49, 8vo. Syd., 1887.

Pam., v. 107, no. 1967.

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH. Simple tests for minerals; or, every man

his own analyst. [4th ed.], i2mo. Syd., 1898.

DIXON'S patent for the extraction of gold, silver, and copper from
pyrites or sulphides : [figures], -p-p. 7, 8vo. Syd., 1877.

Pam., v. 128, no. 2467.

INCORPORATED institute of analysts, assayers, and metallurgists.
Annual report and presidential address [on] advances in chemi-
cal knowledge, by A. H. Jackson, pp. 8, 8vo. Melb., 1905.

Pam., v. 175, no. 3362.

[Origin and formation, memorandum of association, rules and
regulations], pp. 27, 8vo. Melb., 1903.

Pam., v. 175, no. 3361.

THOMSON, ALEXANDER M. Guide to mineral explorers in dis-
tinguishing minerals, ores, and gems : [diagrams]. pp. 55,
iv., 8vo. Hobart, 1882.
Pam., v. 107, no. 1974.

669.1. Iron and Stesl.

KRAUSE, FERDINAND M. Iron ores, and their conversion into
crude iron, bar iron, and steel, pp. 19, 8vo. Ballarat, 1883.
Pam., v. 128, no. 2462.

669.2. Gold and silver.

CLARK, DONALD. Gold refining : [illust.]. 8vo. [Melb.], 1909.
DENISON, Sir WILLIAM THOMAS, major-general. Results of a

series of experiments for determining the relative value of

specimens of native gold. pp. 26, 8vo. Hobart Town, 1852.

Pam., v. 108, no. 1988.
ROSS, W. J. CLUNIES. Metallurgy of silver, pp. 12, 8vo. Syd.,

1885.

Pam., v. 175, no. 3363.
SCOFFERN, JOHN C., and HIGGINS, W. M. Victoria gold

valuer's ready reckoner and assayer's chemical guide, umo.

Melb., [1853].

669.6. Tin.

THIBAULT, P. J. Metallurgy of tin: [illust.] 8vo. Syd.,
1908.



670. Manufactures.

McLEOD, DONALD. Melbourne factories, pp. 68, 8vo. Melb.,
1868.



416 MANUFACTURES.



672. Iron and Steel.

JEANS, J. STEPHEN. The iron trade of Great Britain ; illust. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

JEANS, J. STEPHEN, ed. American industrial conditions and com-
petition : reports of the commissioners appointed by the British
iron trade association to inquire into the iron, steel, and allied
industries of the United States. 8vo. Lond., 1902.
Pam., v. 151, no. 2918.

SMITH, JOSIAH T. Iron and steel institute; president's address,
[1881]. -pp. 24, 8vo. n.p., n.d.

674. Timber.

BAILEY, FREDERICK MANSON. Queensland woods; with a brief

popular description of the trees, their distribution, qualities,.

uses of timber, &c. 8vo. Brisb., 1888.
Pam., v. 17, no. 326.

Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 186, no. 3604.
Same." another ed. 8vo. Lond., 1899.

Pam., v. 171, no. 3284.

BALFOUR, J. M. Results of a series of experiments on the
strength of New Zealand and other colonial woods, pp. 37,
8vo. Well., 1875.
Pam., v. 17, no. 327.

CHAMIER, GEORGE. Australian timber. pp. 9, 8vo. Lond.,
1887.

Pam., v. 150, no. 2913.

CHERRY, G. RODNEY. Comparative combustibility of timbers :
[illust.]. pp. 15, 8vo. [Syd.], 1903.
Pam., v. 175, no. 3364.

DUCKWORTH, A. Timber industry and forests of New South
Wales, pp. 12, sm. 8vo. Syd., 1902.

Pam., v. 109, no. 2032.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 129, no. 2498.

GREEN, ALFRED OSBORN. Tasmanian timbers; their qualities
and uses : [illust.]. pp. 45, 8vo. Hobart, 1902.

Pam., v. 150, no. 2914.

Same.- 2nd ed. pp. 63, 8vo. Hobart, 1903.
Pam., v. 175, no. 3366.

KIRK, THOMAS. Report on the durability of New Zealand
timbers in constructive works, pp. 28, 8vo. Well., 1875.
Pam., v. 17, no. 327.

MAIDEN, JOSEPH HENRY. Notes on the commercial timbers of
New South Wales, pp. 32, 8vo. Syd., 1895.

Pam., v. 109, no. 2033.

MAIDEN, JOSEPH HENRY, and others. Report on spotted gum,,
with special reference to its value for wood-paving, pp. 46,
8vo. Syd., 1896.

Pam., v. 175, no. 3365.

MANN, JAMES. Australian timber; its strength, durability, and
identification. 8vo. Melb., 1900.



TIMBERS. 417



PETTIGREW, WILLIAM. Habitat and peculiarities of some of
our timbers, pp. 10, 8vo. Brisb., 1878.
Pam., v. 186, no. 3605.

PUBLIC library, museums, and national gallery of Victoria. De-
scriptive catalogue of the specimens in the Industrial and
technological museum, Melbourne, illustrating the economic
woods of Victoria : by J. Cosmo Newbery. pp. 48, 8vo.
Melb., 1894.

Pam., v. 171, no. 3285.

KOCKINGHAM jarrah timber company limited, Western Australia.
Jarrah, or Swan River mahogany (eucalyptus marginata) of
Western Australia, pp. 18, sm. 8vo. Ballarat, 1873.
Pam., v. 129, no. 2494.

SMITH, WALTER ALEXANDER. On Australian hard woods for
London pavements, pp. 10, 8vo. Syd., 1894.
Pam., v. 129, no. 2495.

TASMANIA: Lands and works department. Tasmanian forestry;
timber products and sawmilling industry : compiled by J. C.
Penny: [map], pp. 69, 8vo. Hobart, 1905.

TASMAXIAN international exhibition, 1894-95. Tasmanian tim-
bers; their qualities and uses. pp. 15, 8vo. Hobart [1894].

Pam., v. 84, no. 11509.

VICTORIA: Railways department. Carriage timber board:
official report, pp. 13, 8vo. Melb., 1884.

Pam. 3 v. 150, no. 2915.

WARD, EDWARD WOLSTENHOLME, captain. Report on experiments
made at the Royal mint, Sydney, on New Zealand woods.
pp. 5, 8vo. Well., 1875.

Pam.. v. 17, no. 327.

WARREN, WILLIAM HENRY. Australian timber: [map and 44
plates]. pp. 67, 8vo. Syd., 1892.

Pam., v. 17, no. 329.

Strength and elasticity of New South Wales timbers of com-
mercial value: [15 plates], pp. 24, 8vo. Syd., 1887.

Pam., v. 17, no. 330.

Transverse strength of Australian timbers, pp. 9, tables, 8vo.
Syd., 1890.

Pam., v. 17, no. 328.

675. Leather.

SMITH, SAMUEL SYDNEY. Suggestions for the introduction into
this colony [Tasmania] of new branches of fellmongering and
tanning, pp. 15, 8vo. Hobart Town, 1857.
Pam., v. 109, no. 2O23A.

677. Wool : Cotton.

AUSTRALIAN wools. The sale of Australian wools in London :
minutes of committees, and evidence. 8vo. Lond., 1870.

BLAND, WILLIAM. Suppression of spontaneous combustion in wool
ships: [illust.]. 2nd ed. pp. 16, 8vo. Syd., 1845.

BOXWICK, JAMES. Romance of the wool trade. 8vo. Lond.,
1894.

F.8720. o



418 WOOL : BUILDING.



BURNLEY, JAMES. History of wool and wool combing. 8vo.
Lond , 1889.

JEFFREY, GEORGE. Principles and practice of Australasian
wool -classing, with chapters on other branches of the industry.
8vo. Adel., 1899.

LISTER, JOHN. Cotton manufacture; a manual of practical in-
struction in the processes of opening, carding, combing, draw-
ing, doubling, and spinning of cotton, and the methods of
dyeing and preparing goods for the market: illust. 8vo.
Lond., 1894.

SKAMP, R. B. The wool trade; its history and growth in Aus-
tralia and Tasmania, -pp. 16, 8vo. Melb., 1888.
Pam., v. 109, no. 2024.

SMITH, SAMUEL SIDNEY. Important suggestions for a better de-
velopment of colonial wool and leather, and the effectual cure
and prevention of scab in sheep. pp. 55, 8vo. Hobart
Town, 1857.

Pam., v. 109, no. 2023.

SOUTHEY, THOMAS. Rise, progress, and present state of colonial
wools, with some account of the goat's wool of Angora and
India. 8vo. Lond., 1848.

TECHNOLOGICAL museum, Sydney. Descriptive catalogue:
raw wools and specimens to illustrate the woollen manufac-
ture; by Alfred Hawkesworth. 8vo. Syd., 1890.

678. India rubber.

CLOUTH, FRANZ. Rubber, gutta-percha, and balata : tr. [from
the German : illust. and maps]. 8vo. Lond., 1903.

TERRY, HUBERT L. India-rubber and its manufacture, with
chapters on gutta-percha and balata: [illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,
1907.



690. Building.

693.8. Fire Proofing of Buildings.

SULMAN, JOHN. The fireproofing of city buildings : [plans].
pp. 19, 8vo. Syd., 1888.
Pam., v. 64, no. 1053.



697. Ventilation.

BOYLE, ROBERT, AND SON. Natural and artificial methods of
ventilation. pp. 66, xvi., 8vo. Lond., 1899.

Pam., v. 151, no. 2934.



699. Ship Building.

FLETCHER, R. A. Steam-ships; the story of their development
to the present day: 150 illust. 8vo. Lond., 1910.



FINE ARTS.



7OO. Fine Arts.

704. Essays : Lectures.

WEST, Rev. JOHN. The fine arts; a lecture, pp. 41, sm. 8vo.
Launceston, 1848.

Pam. v. 109, no. 2036.

708. Art Galleries.

BALLARAT fine art public gallery. Retrospective synopsis of the
origin and progress of the Ballarat fine art public gallery
from its inception to 1886 : with a plea for art culture, by
J. A. Powell. pp. 45, 8vo. Ballarat, n.d.

CENTENNIAL international exhibition, Melbourne., 1888. Official
guide to the picture galleries and catalogue of fine arts, by
J. Lake. 8vo. Melb., 1888.
Pam. v. 58, no. 956.

HARE, T. LEMAN, ed. The National gallery: [illust.] v. 2, 4to.
Lond., 1909.

NATIONAL art gallery of New South Wales. Catalogue : [illust.].

7th ed. 8vo. Syd., 1899.

Loan exhibition to inaugurate the first completed portion of the
gallery, 24th May, 1897. 8vo. Syd., 1897.

VICTORIA: Public library, museum*, and national gallery.
Illustrated catalogue of the National gallery. 8vo. Melb.,
1905.

Same: another ed. 8vo. Melb., 1908.



709. History of Art.

CROUCH, JOSEPH. Puritanism and art; an inquiry into a popular
fallacy: introd. by the Rev. C. Silvester Home: 16 illust.
8vo. Lond., 1910.

HAMILTON, AUGUSTUS. The art workmanship of the Maori
race in New Zealand ; a series of illustrations from specially
taken photographs, with descriptive notes and essays on the
canoes, habitations, weapons, ornaments and dress of the
Maoris, [&c.]. 410. Dunedin, 1896-1901.
(New Zealand institute).

LUBKE, WILHELM. History of art: tr. by F. E. Bunnett :

[illust.]. 2nd ed., 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1869.
MUNTZ, EUGENE. Histoire de 1'art pendant la renaissance : illust.

3 v., 410. Paris, 1889-95.

Contents. v. i. Italic les primitifs. v. 2. Italic 1'age d'or.

v. 3. Italic la fin de la renaissance.

SHARP, WILLIAM. Progress of art in the century: [appended]
History of music in the nineteenth century, by Elizabeth A.
Sharp. 8vo. Toronto, 1906.

(Nineteenth renti'ry r.er.)



4120 ARCHITECTUBE.



720. Architecture.

723. Mediaeval Architecture.

GOULD, Rev. SABINE BARING-. Cliff castles and cave dwellings
of Europe: 51 illust. and diagrams. 8vo. Lond., 1911.

724. Modern Architecture.

BARLOW, JOHN B. Plea for colour in colonial architecture, pp.

8, 8vo. Syd., 1892.

Pam. v. 109, no. 2037.
BARRY, Sir REDMOND. Address to the workmen employed in

building the great hall of the Melbourne public library and

museum, -pp. 40, 8vo. Melb., 1866.

Pam. v. 57, no. 943.

FLETCHER, BANISTER, and FLETCHER, BANISTER F. His-
tory of architecture on the comparative method: 5th ed. by

B. F. Fletcher : illust. 8vo. Lond., 1905.
FREEMAN, EDWARD AUGUSTUS. Historical and architectural

sketches, chiefly Italian : 22 illust. from drawings by the

author. 8vo. Lond., 1876.
HADDON, ROBERT J. Australian architecture; a technical manual

for all those engaged in architectural and building work : 94

illust. 8vo. Melb. [1908].
RUSKIN, JOHN. The seven lamps of architecture: illust. by the

author. 2nd ed., la. 8vo. Lond., 1855.
VIOLLET-LE-DUC, EUGENE EMMANUEL. Dictionnaire raisonni

de 1'architecture francaise du xi e au xvi e siecle : [illust.].

10 v., 8vo. Paris, 1867-73.

725. Public Buildings : City Design.

JENKINS, Sir GEORGE HENRY. Short history and description of

the Parliament house, Melbourne : [plans and illust.]. 4to.

Melb., 1886.
KERR, PETER. The Melbourne Houses of Parliament: illust.

pp. 18, 8vo., n.t.-p. Melb., 1904-05.

From Journal of the Royal Victorian institute of architects.
KNIBBS, GEORGE HANDLEY. Theory of city design : [figures].

PP- 35, 8vo. Syd., 1901.

Pam. v. 109, no. 2038.
MAWSON, THOMAS H. Civic art; studies in town planning, parks,

boulevards, and open spaces: [illust.]. fo. Lond., 1911.
SULMAN, JOHN-. The federal capital: [plans], pp. 20, 4to.

Syd., 1909.

Pam. v. 160, no. 3076.
UNVVIN, RAYMOND. Town planning in practice: an introduction

to the art of designing cities and suburbs : 300 illust. 4to.

Lond., 1909.

728. Residences.

WHITELAW, A. E. Suggestions for the interior decoration of
the Australian home : col. plates and illust. pp. 55, 8vo.
Melb., 1907.

Pam. v. 160, no. 3073.



SCULPTURE : DRAWING. 421

730. Sculpture.

736. Carving.

BOND, FRANCIS. Wood carvings in English churches : illust. 2 v.,
8vo. Oxf., 1910.

Contents. v. r. Misericords. v. z. Stalls and tabernacle work :
bishop's throne and chancel chairs.

DAVIES, GERALD S. Renascence: the sculptural tombs of the
fifteenth century in Rome ; with chapters on the previous cen-
turies from noo : illust. 4to. Loud., 1910.

737. Numismatics.

HOCKING, WILLIAM JOHN. Catalogue of the coins, tokens,
medals, dies, and seals in the museum of the Royal mint :
v. i. Coins and tokens. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

TANCRED, GEORGE, captain. Historical record of medals and
honorary distinctions conferred on the British navy, army,
and auxiliary forces from the earliest period : [illust.]. la.
8vo. Lond., 1891.

738. Pottery: Porcelain.

AUDSLEY, GEORGE ASHDOWN, and BOWLES, JAMES LORD.

Keramic art of Japan : [32 plates and illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,

1 88 1.
METEYARD, ELIZA. The Wedgwood handbook; a manual for

collectors. 8vo. Lond., 1875.

740. Drawing: Decoration: Design.

741. Free hand : Caricature.

BROADLEY, ALEXANDER MEYRICK. Napoleon in caricature,
1795-1821: introductory essay by J. Holland Rose: illust.
2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1911.

CARTOON portraits of prominent Victorians, 1873-75 ; with cuttings
of various dates from English illustrated newspapers relating
to Australia, fo. n.t.-p.

EVERITT, GRAHAM. English caricaturists and graphic humourists
of the nineteenth century ; how they illustrated and interpreted
their times : a contribution to the history of caricature from
the time of the first Napoleon down to the death of John
Leech in 1864: [illust.]. 2nd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1893.

GREGO, JOSEPH. Rowlandson, the caricaturist; a selection from
his works, with anecdotal descriptions of his famous carica-
tures, and a sketch of his life, times, and contemporaries :
illust. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1880.

HOPKINS, LIVINGSTON, (" Hop " of The Bulletin). On the hop !
a selection from the Australian drawings of Livingston Hop-
kins, fol. Syd., 1904.

MAY, PHIL. Phil May in Australia, fo. Syd., 1904.

PUNCH newspaper, London. Right hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P. ;
Benjamin Disraeli, earl of Beaconsfield ; Right hon. John
Bright, M.P. : cartoons from 1845 to 1878. 4to. Lond.,
1878.



422 PAINTING.



745. Ornamental Design.

RACINET, AUGUSTE. L'ornement polychrome : planches en
couleurs, or et argent : recueil historique et pratique. 2 v., fo.
Paris, [1869-87].

v. i. 3rd ed. v. 2. xst ed.

750. Painting.

GILL, HARRY P. The straight and devious paths of studentship.
pp. 43, 8vo. Adel., 1894.
Pam. v. 152, no. 2938.

,'VJEW SOUTH WALES art students' league. Art instruction in
New South Wales : a plea for the establishment of a national
art school : [illust.]. pp. 12, 8vo. [Syd., 1903.]

Pam v. 175, no. 3374.

ROYAL art society of New South Wales, formerly Art society of
New South Wales. Annual report to June 30, 1880. pp. 17,
8vo. Syd.,

Pam. v. 175, no. 3369.

Fourth annual exhibition : catalogue, with memoranda sketches
by the artists, pp. 20, 8vo. Syd., 1883.

Pam. v. 175, no. 3367.
Fifth annual exhibition: catalogue, pp. 26, 8vo. Syd., 1884.

Pam. v. 175, no. 3368.

Illustrated catalogues of spring exhibition: 1889, 1899, 1904,
1905. 8vo. Syd.,

Pam. v. 175, nos. 3370-73.

ROYAL society of Tasmania. Catalogue of the art treasures ex-
hibition, 1862-3. PP- l8 > 8vo. Hobart Town, 1862.

Pam. v. 84, no. 1522.

RUSKIN, JOHN. Modern painters: [illust.]. 5 v., la. 8vo.
Lond., 1856-57.

v. i, 6th ed. : v. 2, 4th ed. : v. 3-5, ist ed.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN society of arts. Annual exhibition, cata-
logue, 1864, 1865. 8vo., Adel.
Pam. v. 84, nos. 1520-21.

759. Schools of Painting.

CHAMPLIN, JOHN DENISON, ed. Cyclopedia of painters and

paintings: critical editor, Charles C. Perkins: illust. 4 v.,

la. 8vo. N.Y., 1888.
FTNBERG, A. J. Turner's sketches and drawings : 100 illust.

la. 8vo. Lond., 1910.
JUSTI, CARL. Diego Velasquez and his times : tr. by A. H. Keane :

portr. and illust. la. 8vo. Lond., 1889.

769. Plates : Engravings.

General and Historical.

[ALBUM of portraits, maps and views relating to Australia, New

Zealand, and Polynesia.] fo., n.p., n.d.
BATMAN, JOHN. [Facsimile of agreement between John Batman

and the native chiefs of the Port Phillip district, 6th June,

183$ i sheet. [Melb.,]



PLATES AND ENGRAVINGS. 423

BLIGH, WILLIAM. Arrest of Bligh [when governor of New South

Wales : col. plate, with facsimile of memorial to Lieut. -

governor Johnson], obi. fo., n.p. } n.d.

Reproduction by Government printer, Sydney.
DAVEY, THOMAS, colonel. [Governor Davey's proclamation to the

aborigines of Tasmania, 1816]. col. plate, i6| inches by

10 inches, n.p., n.d.
DODD, ROBERT. The mutineers turning Lieut. Bligh and part of

the officers and creAV adrift from H.M.S. the Bounty: en

graved by the artist: published by R. B. Evans. 23! inches

by i6| inches. Lond., 1790.
GILL, STEPHEN THOMAS. Kangaroo hunting, plates 2 and 3 ;

lithographed by Allan & Wigley ; published by F. Mader.

19^ inches by 12 \ inches. Syd., n.d.
KING'S empire, The; introd. By W. H. Fitchett : illust. from

photographs and drawings in colour by J. H. Bacon. 2 y.,

4to. Lond., 1906.
MELVILLE, HARDEN S. Sketches in Australia and the adjacent

islands, taken during the surveying voyage of H.M.S. Fly

and Bramble during the years 1842-46. obi. 8vo. Lond., n.d.
MENZEL, ADOLF FRIEDRICH ERDMANN. Illustrations des oeuvres

de Frederic le grand : pref . et notice par Louis Gonse : texte

explicative par L. Pietsch. 2 v., fo. Lond., n.d.
{MISCELLANEOUS cuttings from illustrated and other newspapers

from 1860 to 1890.] 4to., n.t.p.
NUTTALL, CHARLES. H.R.H. the Duke of Cornwall and York

opening the first Commonwealth Parliament, May 9, 1901 :

[photogravure by] Goupil, with key. 37 inches by i8j inches.

Paris, n.d.
PARSONS, ARTHUR JEFFREY. Catalog of the Gardiner Greene

Hubbard collection of engravings presented to the Library of

Congress. 410. Wash., 1905.
SEYMOUR, ROBERT. Humourous sketches, comprising ninety-two

caricature etchings; illustrated in prose by R. B. Peake. 8vo.

Lond., 1846.

Portraits.

ARTOUD, W. Portrait of Andrew Kippis, [biographer of Cap
tain Cook]: engraved by F. Bartolozzi : published by Thomas
Macklin. n inches by 9 inches. Lond., 1792.

BAXTER, GEORGE. [Portrait of Rev. John Williams, the martyr



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