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WILSON, Sir ROBERT THOMAS, general. History of the British

expedition to Egypt; subjoined, a sketch of the present state

of that country and its means of defence: maps and portr.

4th ed., 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1803.

964. Morocco.

AFLALO, FREDERICK GEORGE. The truth about Morocco; an in-
dictment of the policy of the British Foreign office with re-
gard to the Anglo-French agreement: preT. by R. B. Cun-
ninghame-Graham. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

BARTLETT, ELLIS ASHMEAD. The passing of the Shereefian em-
pire: [illust. and 2 maps]. 8vo. Edinb., 1910.

966. North Central Africa.

GREAT BRITAIN -.War office. Official history of the operations
in Somaliland, 1901-04: [illust. and plans]. 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1907.

967. South Central Africa.

FEDERATION for the defence of Belgian interests abroad. Bel-
gium and the Congo. 8vo. Brussels, 1908.

Pam., v. 156, no. 2991.

MOREL, EDMUND D. Great Britain and the Congo; the pillage
of the Congo basin: introd. by Sir A. Conan Doyle: [2
maps]. 8vo. Lond., 1909.
F.8720. z



706 HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICA.



968. South Africa.

ABBOTT, JOHN HENRY MACARTNEY. Tommy Cornstalk; being
some account of the less notable features of the South African
war from the point of view of the Australian ranks. 8vo.
Lond., 1902.

BUFTON, JOHN. Tasmanians in the Transvaal war : [illust.]. 410.
Launceston, 1905.

CANA, FRANK R. South Africa, from the great trek to the union :
[2 maps]. 8vo. Lond., 1909.

COLVIN, IAN D. South Africa: 12 coloured illust. 8vo. Lond.,

1909.

(Romance cf empire ser.)
Gives a history of South Africa to 1881.

CORY, GEORGE E. The rise of South Africa ; a history of the
origin of South African colonisation and of its development
towards the east from the earliest times to 1857 : v. i. From
the earliest times to the year 1820. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

In progress.

DOONER, MILDRED G. The "Last post"; being a roll of all
officers, naval, military, or colonial, who gave their lives in
the South African war, 1899-1902. 8vo. Lond., [1903].
DOYLE, Sir ARTHUR CONAN. The great Boer war: maps: com-
plete ed. 8vo. Lond., 1902.

GLENDALE, MOLLARD ALFRED. British and colonial heroes of
the South African British-Boer war ; historical reminiscences
and recitations, &c. -pp. 32, 8vo. Syd., 1901.

Pam., v. 115, r.c. 214$.
GREEN, Rev. JAMES. The story of the Australian bushmen; being

notes of a chaplain: [illust.]. 8vo. Syd., 1903.
GRIFFITH, ARTHUR, ed. The facts about the Transvaal; being a
series of excerpts from Mr. J. A. Hobson's book : introd.
and notes, pp. 24, 8vo. Syd., 1902.

Pam., v. 87, no. 1569.
Same.- another copy.

Pam., v. 115, no. 2146.

KIPLING, RUDYARD. The science 'of rebellion; a tract for the
times: specially written for the Imperial South African asso-
ciation, pp. 10, 8vo. Lond., 1901.

Pam., v. 57, no. 944.

MAURICE, Sir JOHN FREDERICK, major-general. History of the
war in South Africa, 1899-1902 : compiled by direction of His
Majesty's government by Major-general Sir Frederick Maurice
with a staff of officers. 4 v., 8vo., with 4 cases of maps.
Lond., 1906-10.

v. 4 by M. H. Grant.

NEWMAN, CHARLES L. NORRIS-. With the Boers in the Trans-
vaal and Orange Free State in 1880- 1 : with map of the
South African Republic, and text of the convention of 1884:
[plans]. 2nd ed., 8vo. Lond., [1896].

ORANGE FREE STATE '.Government. War telegrams, officially
issued up to the occupation of Bloemfontein. 8vo. Bloem-
fontein, 1900.

PARKER, Sir GILBERT. Our imperial responsibilities in the Trans-
vaal, pp. 30, 8vo. Lond., 1904.
Pam., v. nq, no. 2207.



HISTORY OF SOUTH AFRICA. 707

QUEENSLANDERS at Elands River; the war in South Africa:
notes referring to the Elands River siege, from August 4th
to i6th, 1900. pp. 32, 8vo. Hertford, n.d.
Pam., v. 189, no. 3650.

STIRLING, JOHN, captain. The colonials in South Africa, 1899-
1902; their record, based on the despatches. 8vo. Edinb.,
1907.

STORY of South Africa. 2 v., 8vo. Syd., n.d.

v. i, by J. C. Ridpath and E. S. Ellis, gives a history of South
Africa to the annexations of the Boer republics by Great Britain :
v. 2, by G. B. Barton and others, describes the despatch of con-
tingents from Australasia, and their doings.

T. An American view of the South African situation; how Aus-
tralasia might help Great Britain, pp. 64, sm. 8vo. N.Y..
1901.

Pam., v. 1115, no. 2142.

THEAL, GEORGE McCALL. History and ethnography of South
Africa south of the Zambesi from the settlement of the Portu-
guese at Sofala in September, 1505, to the conquest of the
Cape Colony by the British in September, 1795: maps and
plates. 3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1907-10.

Contents: v. i. The Portuguese in South Africa from 1505 to
1700. v. 2. Foundation of the Cape Colony by the Dutch. v. 3. The
Cape Colony to 1795; the Koranas, Bantu, and Portuguese in South
Africa to 1800.

History of South Africa since September, 1795 : maps and
charts, v. 3 and 4., 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1908.

Contents: v. 3. The Cape Colony from 1846 to 1860; Natal
from 1845 to I ^57; British Kaffraria from 1847 to 1860; and the
Orange River sovereignty and the Transvaal republic from 1847 to
1854. v. 4. The Orange Free State, the South African Republic,
Zululand, Basutoland, Betshuanaland, and Matabeleland from 1854
to 1872.

WITTON, GEORGE RAMSDALE, lieut. Scapegoats of the empire;
the story of the Bushveldt carbineers: illust. 8vo. Melb.,*
1907.

WORSFOLD, WILLIAM BASIL. Lord Milner's work in South Africa
from its commencement in 1897 to the peace of Vereeniging
in 1902 : portrs. and map. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

968.2. Transvaal.

LEYDS, WILLEM JOHANNES. The first annexation of the Trans-
vaal. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

968.3. Zululand.

GREAT BRITAIN : War office. Narrative of the field opera-
tions connected with the Zulu war of 1879 : [6 maps]. 8vo.
Lond., 1907.

First printed in 1881.

LAGDEN, Sir GODFREY. The Basutos; the mountaineers and
their country : being a narrative of events relating to the
tribe from its formation early in the nineteenth century : 70
illust., 9 maps. 2 v., 8vo. Lond.,

Z 2



708 HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA.

970. North America.

DAWSON, SAMUEL EDWARD. The Saint Lawrence basin and its
border-lands : being the story of their discovery, exploration,
and occupation : illust. and maps. 8vo. Lond., 1905.
(Story of exploration ser.)

GOODRICH, SAMUEL GRISWOLD, " Peter Parley." Tales about
America and Australia : ed. by the Rev. T. Wilson : [illust.
'and 2 maps]. i2mo. Lond., n.d.

PARKMAN, FRANCIS. The struggle for a continent: ed., from
his writings, by Pelham Edgar : illust. and maps. 8vo.
Lond., 1902.

PAYNE, EDWARD JOHN. History of the new world called
America. 2 v., 8vo. Lond.. 1892-99.

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM. History of America. 4 v., 8vo.
Edinb., 1819.

In his Works, v. 8-n, class qo8

WINSOR, JUSTIN, ed. Narrative and critical history of America:
[maps and illust.]. 8 v., 4to. Lond., 1886-89.

Contents: v. i. Aboriginal America. v. 2. Spanish explorations
and settlements in America from the fifteenth to the seventeenth
century. v. 3. English explorations and settlements in North
America, 1497-1689. v. 4. French explorations and settlements in
North America, and those of the Portuguese, Dutch, and Swedes,
1500-1700. v. 5. The English and French in North America, 1689-
1763. v. 6. The United States of North America : part i. v. 7. The
United States of North America, part ii. v. 8. The later history of
British, Spanish, and Portuguese America.

971. Canada.

BRYCE, GEORGE. Lord Selkirk's colonists; the romantic settle-
ment of the pioneers of Manitoba: [illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,
[1910].

GRESSWELL, Rev. WILLIAM PARR. History of the Dominion of
Canada: [maps]. 8vo. Oxf., 1890.

HANNAY, JAMES. How Canada was held for the empire : the
story of the war of 1812 : illust. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

HEAD, Sir FRANCIS BOND, bart. A narrative. 2nd ed., 8vo.
Lond., 1839.

HOPKINS, J. CASTELL. Canadian annual review of public affairs,
v. i, 1901 to date: illust. 8vo. Toronto.

LAUT, AGNES C. The conquest of the great northwest; being the
story of the adventurers of England known as the Hudson's
Bay company : new pages in the history of the Canadian
northwest and western states : [illust. and maps]. 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1909.

LAWSON, W. R. Canada and the empire. 8vo. Lond., 1911.

LUCAS, Sir CHARLES PRESTWOOD. The Canadian war of 1812 :

[maps]. 8vo. Oxf., 1906.
History of Canada, 1763-1812 : [8 maps]. 8vo. Oxf., 1909.

REED, CHARLES B. The first great Canadian; the story of Pierre
Le Moyne, sieur d'Iberville: illust. and maps. 8vo. Chic.,
1910.

REID, W. MAX. Lake George and Lake Champlain ; the war
trail of the Mohawk and the battle-ground of France and
England in their contest for the control of North America :
84 illust. and 2 maps. 8vo. N.Y., 1910.



HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA. 709

SIEGFRIED. ANDRE. The race question in Canada. 8vo. Lond.,

1907.
SMITH, GOLDWIN. Canada and the Canadian question : map.

8vo. Lond., 1891.
TRACY, FRANK BASIL. Tercentenary history of Canada, from

Champlain to Laurier, MDCVIII.-MCMVIII. : illust.,

portrs. and maps. 3 v., 8vo. N.Y., 1908.

WEIR, WILLIAM. Sixty years in Canada. 8vo. Montreal, 1903.
WILLSON, BECKLES. Canada: 12 coloured illust. 8vo. Lond.,

1907.

(Romaace of empire ser.)

WOOD, WILLIAM. The fight for Canada; a sketch from the his-
tory of the great imperial war: [bibliography]. 8vo. Lond.,
1905.

972. Mexico.

CORTES, HERNANDO or FERNANDO. Letters of Cortes ; the five
letters of relation from Fernando Cortes to the emperor
Charles V. : tr. and ed. with a biographical introd. and
notes by F. A. MacNutt : [illust. and maps]. 2 v., 8vo.
N.Y., 1908.

HELPS, Sir ARTHUR. The Spanish conquest in America; and its
relation to the history of slavery and to the government of
colonies: [maps]. 4 v., 8vo. Lond., 1855-61.

PRE SCOTT, WILLIAM HICKLING. History of the conquest of
Mexico, with a preliminary view of the ancient Mexican
civilization, and the life of the conqueror, Hernando Cortes :
[portrs. and maps]. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1845.

972.8. Central America.

HARING, C. H. The buccaneers in the West Indies in the xvn.
century : 10 maps and illust. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

973. United States.

ALEXANDER, EDWARD PORTER, general. The American civil

war; a critical narrative: maps [and portr.]. 8vo. Lond.,

1908.
ANDREWS, ELISHA BENJAMIN. The United States in our own

time; a history from reconstruction to expansion. 8vo.

N.Y., 1903.
BANCROFT, GEORGE. History of the United States from the

discovery of the American continent: [portrs.]. 10 v., 8vo.

Boston, 1860-75.
BELLAMY, FRANCIS. Presidents of the United States in the

century, from Jefferson to Fillmore. 8vo. Toronto, 1905.

(Nineteenth century ser.)
BRUCE, PHILIP ALEXANDER. Institutional history of Virginia in

the seventeenth century ; an inquiry into the religious, moral,

educational, legal, military, and political condition of the

people. 2 v., 8vo. N.Y., 1910.
CENTENNIAL history of the city of Washington, D.C. : illust.

8vo. Dayton, Ohio, 1892.



?]0 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.

CHANCELLOR. WILLIAM ESTABROOK, and HEWES, F. W. The-

United States: a history of three centuries, 1607-1904; popu-
lation, politics, war, industry, civilization. v. 1-2, 8vo.
N.Y., 1904-05.

CHANNING, EDWARD. History of the United States: [maps],
v. 1-2, 8vo. N.Y., 1905.

Contents: v. i. The planting of a nation in the new world, 1000-
1660. v. 2. A century of colonial history, 1660-1760.

CHASE, ELLEN. The beginnings of the American revolution ;

based on contemporary letters, diaries, and other documents :

[illust.]. 3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1911.
CHATHAM, WILLIAM PITT, ist earl of. Correspondence, when

Secretary of state, with colonial governors and military and

naval commissioners in America: ed., [with introd.], by

Gertrude S. Kimball : [2 portrs. and maps]. 2 v., 8vo.

N.Y., 1906.
CHEEVER, GEORGE BARRELL. The Pilgrim fathers; or, the

journal of the pilgrims at Plymouth, New England, in 1620;

with historical and local illustrations of principles, pro-
vidences, and persons. 8vo. Glasg. , n.d.
COCKSHOTT, WINNIFRED. The Pilgrim fathers; their church

and colony: 12 illust. and map. 8vo. Lond., 1909.
EGGLESTON, GEORGE GARY. History of the Confederate war, its

causes and its conduct; a narrative and critical history. 2 v.,

8vo. Lond., 1910.
FORMBY, JOHN. The American civil war ; a concise history of

its causes, progress, and results : 66 maps and plans, i v.

text, and i v. maps. 8vo. Lond., 1910.
GREENE, EVARTS BOUTELL. The provincial governor in the-

English colonies of North America. 8vo. N.Y., 1907.
(Harvard historical studies, v. 7.)

HATCH, Louis CLINTON. The administration of the American
revolutionary army. 8vo. N.Y., 1904.
(Harvard historical studies, v. 10.)

HENDERSON, GEORGE FRANCIS R., lieut. -colonel. Stonewall
Jackson and the American civil war : introd. by Viscount
Wolseley : portrs., maps, and plans, new ed., 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

HOUSTON, DAVID FRANKLIN. Critical study of nullification in
South Carolina. 8vo. N.Y., 1896.
(Harvard historical studies, v. 3.)

KIMBALL, EVERETT. The public life of Joseph Dudley ; a study
of the colonial policy of the Stuarts in New England, 1660-
1715. 8vo. Lond., 1911.

(Harvard historical studies, v. 15.)

LOW, A. MAURICE. The American people; a study in national
psychology. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL. Political essays. 8vo. Lond., 1890.

MAHAN, ALFRED THAYER, captain, U.S.N. Sea power in its-
relations to the war of 1812 : [illust. and maps]. 2 v., 8vo..
Lond., 1905.

MEANY, EDMOND STEPHEN. History of the state of Washington r
maps and illust. 8vo. N.Y., 1909.



HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. 711

MICHAEL, WILLIAM H. The declaration of independence; illus-
trated history of its adoption, with biographies and portraits
of the signers. 8vo Wash., 1904.

MUNFORD, BEVERLEY B. Virginia's attitude towards slavery and
secession. 8vo. N.Y., 1909.

OSGOOD, HERBERT LEVI. The American colonies in the seven-
teenth century. 3 v., 8vo. N.Y., 1904-07.

Contents: v. 1-2. The chartered colonies: beginnings of self-
government. v. 3. Imperial control : beginnings of the system of
rcyal provinces.

PECK, HARRY THURSTON. Twenty years of the republic, 1885-
1905. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

SCHARF, J. THOMAS. History of the Confederate States navy,
from its organization to the surrender of its last vessel : illust.
2nd ed., 8vo. Albany, N.Y., 1894.

STARK, JAMES H. The loyalists of Massachusetts, and the othei
side of the American revolution : [illust]. 8vo. Bost., 1910.

TILBY, A. WYATT. The American colonies, 1583-1763. 8vo.
Lond., 1911.

(The Knglish people overseas, v. i.)

TREVELYAN, Sir GEORGE OTTO, bart. The American revolu-
tion, new ed., 3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1905.

-UNITED STATES: Library of Congress. Calendar of the cor-
respondence of George Washington, commander in chief of
the continental army, with the Continental Congress: pre-
pared from the original manuscripts in the Library of Con-
gress by John C. Fitzpatrick : [with facsimiles of writings],
la. 8vo. Wash., 1906.

Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 : ed. from
the original records by W. C. Ford. v. 1-9, 11-12. 4to.
Wash., 1904-08.

Naval records of the American revolution, 1775-1788: pre-
pared from the originals in the Library of Congress by
Charles Henry Lincoln, la. 8vo. Wash., 1906.
Records of the Virginia Company of London ; the court books
from, the manuscript in tjhe Library of Congress : ed., with
introd. and bibliography by Susan Myra Kingsbury : pref .
by Herbert Levi Osgood : [illust.] 2 v., 410. Wash., 1906.

TAN RENSSELAER, MARIANA GRISWOLD; Mrs. Schuyler. His-
tory of the city of New York in the seventeenth century. 2 v.,
8vo. N.Y., 1909.

Contents: v. r. New Amsterdam. v. 2. New York under the
Stuarts.

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Epistles, domestic, confidential, and
official, written about the commencement of the American con-
test, when he entered on the command of the army of the
United States. 8vo. N.Y., 1796.

'WITT, CORNELIS DE. Jefferson and the American democracy; an
historical study: tr. by R. S. H. Church. 8vo. Lond., 1862.

980. South America.

AKERS, CHARLES EDMOND. History of South America, 1854-

1904: illust. 8vo. Lond., 1904.
-CRICHFIELD, GEORGE W. The rise and progress of the South

American republics. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1909.



712 HISTORY OF OCEANIA.

MOSES, BERNARD. South America on the eve of emancipation; the
southern Spanish colonies in the last half century of their
dependence. 8vo. N.Y., 1908.

PETRE, FRANCIS LORAINE. Simon Bolivar, "el libertador"; a
life of the chief leader in the revolt against Spain irt
Venezuela, New Granada, and Peru : portrs. and map. 8vo.
Lond., 1910.

985. Peru.

MARKHAM, Sir CLEMENTS ROBERT. The Incas of Peru: 16-
illust. and map. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

PRESCOTT, WILLIAM HICKLING. History of the conquest of
Peru ; with a preliminary view of the civilization of the
Incas: [portrs. and map]. 3rd ed., 2 \., 8vo. Lond., 1848.

990. Oceania.

HENRICY, CASIMIR. Histoire de 1'Oceanie depuis son origine

jusqu'en 1845. i2mo. Paris, 1845.
ROGERS, JOHN DAVENPORT. Australasia: maps. 8vo. Lond.,

1907.
(Historical geography of the British colonies, v. 6.)

991.1. Borneo.

GOULD, Rev. SABINE BARING-, and BAMPFYLDE, CHARLES
AGAR. History of Sarawak under its two white rajahs r
1839-1908: [pref. by Rajah C. Brooke: illust. and map].
8vo. Lond., 1909.

992. Sumatra: Java.

COOL, W. With the Dutch in the East; an outline of the military
operations in Lombock, 1894: tr. from the Dutch by E. J.
Taylor, with index, glossary, and a list of authorities quoted :
illust. by G. B. Hooyer : [map], la. 8vo. Lond., 1897.

RAFFLES, Sir THOMAS STAMFORD. History ot Java. 2nd ed.,
2 v., 8vo., and i v. illust., 4to. Lond., 1839-44.

993.1. New Zealand.

ABORIGINES' protection society. On the British colonization of

New Zealand, pp. vii., 67, 8vo. Lond., 1846.
Same.- another copy.

Pam., v. 34, no. 550.

ALEXANDER, Sir JAMES EDWARD, general. Bush fighting illus-
trated by remarkable actions and incidents of the Maori war
in New Zealand. 8vo. Lond., 1873.

Incidents of the Maori war, New Zealand, in 1 860-61. 8vo.
Lond., 1863.



HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND. 713

BEECH AM, JOHN. Remarks upon the latest official documents
relating to New Zealand, -pp. 58, 8vo. Lond., 1838.

Pam., v. 159, no. 3050.

Same: 2nd ed., entitled Remarks upon the latest official docu-
ments relating to New Zealand, with a notice of a pamphlet
by Samuel Hinds, D.D. pp. 75, 8vo. Lond., 1838.

Pam., v. 159, no. 3051..

BERRY, ALEXANDER. Typewritten Account of the destruction of
the ship Bo yd, and massacre of the captain and crew by the
natives of Wangaroa, New Zealand, pp. 42, 4to., n.t.p.

BROAD, LOWTHER. Jubilee history of Nelson, from 1842 to 1892 :
illust. 8vo. Nelson, 1892.

BRODIE, WALTER. Remarks on the past and present state of New
Zealand, its government, capabilities, and prospects ; with a
statement of the question of the land-claims and remarks on
the New Zealand land company. 8vo. Lond., 1845.

BROWNE, EDWARD HAROLD, bishop of Winchester. The case of
the war in New Zealand, from authentic documents, pp. 51,
8vo. Camb., 1860.

BUDDLE, Rev. THOMAS. The Maori king movement in New
Zealand, with a full report of the native meetings held at
Waikato, April and May, 1860: [portr.] pp. 72, 8vo. Auck-
land, 1860.

BUICK, THOMAS LINDSAY. Old Marlborough ; or, the story of a
province: [illust.]. 8vo. Palmerston North, 1900.

BURNS, BARNET. Brief narrative of a New Zealand chief; being
the remarkable history of Barnet Burns, an English sailor,
with a faithful account of the way in which he became a chief
of one of the tribes of New Zealand, with a few remarks on
the manners and customs of the people, and other interesting
matter: written by himself: [2 portrs.]. pp. 26, 8vo. Bel-
fast, 1844.

BURROWS, Rev. R. Extracts from a diary kept during Heke's
war in the north in 1845. PP- 5^> 8vo. Auckland, 1886.
Pam., v. 34, no. 557.

BUSBY, JAMES. Illustrations of the system called responsible
government; in a letter to H. E. Colonel Gore Browne, pp.
42, vi., 8vo. Auckland, 1860.

Pam., v. 189, no. 3651.

Our colonial empire, and the case of New Zealand. 8vo.
Lond., [1866].

CANTERBURY association for founding a settlement in New Zea-
land. Full and accurate report of the public meeting, i7th
April, 1850. pp. 27, 8vo. Lond., 1850.
Pam., v. 112, no. 2089

CANTERBURY papers ; information concerning the principles,
objects, plans, and proceedings of the founders of the settle-
ment of Canterbury, in New Zealand. [Nos. 1-8]. 8vo.
Lond., 1851.

Nos. 9-11, and t.p. wanting.

CAREY, ROBERT, lieut. -colonel. Narrative of the late war in New
Zealand. 8vo. Lond., 1863.

CARLETON, HUGH, " Metoikos." A page from the history of
New Zealand, pp. 69, 4to. Auckland, 1854.



714 HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND.

CHAMEROVZOW, Louis ALEXIS. The New /calami question
and the rights of aborigines. 8vo. Lond., 1848.

CHURCH missionary society. Memorial to the Secretary of state
for the colonies, with a memorandum on New Zealand affairs.
pp. xi., 46, 8vo. Lond., 1861.

Pam., v. i8q, no. 3652

New Zealand : further remarks on New Zealand affairs. pp.
30, 8vo. Lond., 1861.

Parr.., v. 137, no. 2642.

COLENSO, Rev. WILLIAM. Authentic and genuine history of the
signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand, February
5 and 6, 1840; with copies of the treaty in English and
Maori: [map], pp. 42, 8vo. Well., 1890.
Pam., v. 32, no. 524.

DAVIS, CHARLES OLIVER BOND. Maori mementos; being a series
of addresses presented by the native people to His Excellency
Sir George Grey ; with introductory remarks and explanatory
notes. 8vo. Auckland, 1855.

FENTON, FRANCIS DART. Suggestions for a history of the origin
and migrations of the Maori people. 8vo. Auckland, 1885.

FIRTH, JOSIAH CLIFTON. Nation making; a story of New Zea-
land savagism vs. civilization. 8vo. Lond., 1890.

FITZROY, ROBERT, admiral. Remarks on New Zealand in Feb-
ruary, 1846. pp. 67, 8vo., n.p., n.d.

Privately printed.

FOX, Sir WILLIAM. The war in New Zealand : two maps and plan.

8vo. Lond., 1866.
GILBERT, Rev. THOMAS. New Zealand settlers and soldiers; or,.

the war in Taranaki : being incidents in the life of a settler.

8vo. Lond., xS6i.
GISBORNE, WILLIAM. The colony of New Zealand; its history,

vicissitudes, and progress : [map]. 8vo. Lond., 1888.
GORST, Sir JOHN ELDON. The Maori king; or, the story of our

quarrel with the natives of New Zealand : [map]. 8vo.

Lond., 1864.
GREY, Sir GEORGE. Memorandum upon a letter addressed by Lord

Lyttelton to Sir George Grey. pp. 50, 8vo. Lond., 1854.

Pam., v. 137, no. 2644.
GUDGEON, THOMAS WAYTH, major. History and doings of the

Maoris, from the year 1820 to the signing of the treaty of

Waitangi in 1840. 8vo. Auckland, 1885.
Reminiscences of the war in New Zealand : portrs. [and map].

8vo. Lond., 1879.
HATFIELD, OCTAVIUS, archdeacon of Kapite. One of England's

little wars; a letter to the Duke of Newcastle, secretary of

state for the colonies, pp. 26, 8vo. Lond., 1860.

Pam., v. 159, no. 3047.

HAWTREY, Rev. MONTAGUE JOHN GREGG. Justice to New Zea-
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