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native account of the Pakeha-Maori wars in New Zealand.

8vo. Auckland, 1887.

In Gudgeon T. \V. Defenders of New Zealand.
Survey of the confiscated lands : campaign of the West coast,

1866-69. PP- 39> 8vo., n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 52, no. 851.

-MACKAY, JAMES. Narrative of the opening of the Hauraki dis-
trict for gold mining : [map], pp. 32, 8vo. Auckland, 1896.

Pam.. v. 33, no. 542.
In Maori and English.

McKILLOP, H. F. Reminiscences of twelve months' service in
New Zealand as midshipman, during the late disturbances in
that colony. 8vo. Lond., 1849.

McNAB, ROBERT. Murihiku and the southern islands ; a history
of the West coast sounds, Foveaux strait, Stewart island, the
Snares, Bounty, Antipodes, Auckland, Campbell, and Mac-
quarie islands from 1770 to 1829. 8vo. Invercargill, 1907.
Same : 2nd ed., entitled Murikihu; a history of the South island
of New Zealand, and the islands adjacent and lying to the
south from 1642 to 1835: [illust. and maps]. 8vo. Well.,
1909.

MANING, FREDERICK EDWARD. Old New Zealand; a tale of the

good old times. 2nd ed., 8vo. Auckland, 1863.
Same : another ed., entitled. Old New Zealand; a tale of the
good old times : and a History of the war in the north
against the chief Heke in the year 1845, told by an old chief
of the Ngapuhi tribe : introd. by the Earl of Pembroke. 8vo.
Lond., 1884.

Same: another ed. : added to 'above title; also, Maori traditions,
by a Pakeha Maori : introd. by Dr. Hocken : [illust.]. 8vo.
ChristchurcH, 1906.

Introd. is a short, biography of Maning.



716 HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND.

MAKING, FREDERICK EDWARD, Iranslator. History of the war in
the north of New Zealand against the chief Heke, in the
' year 1845, told by an old chief of the Ngapuhi tribe. pp.
52, 8vo. Auckland, n.d.

MARTIN, Sir WILLIAM, chief justice of N.Z. Remarks on
" Notes published for the New Zealand government,"
January, 1861, and on Mr. Richmond's memorandum on the
Taranaki question, December, 1860. pp. 52, 8vo. Lond.,
1861.

I'am., v. 159, no. 3053.
The Taranaki question. 3rd ed., 8vo. Lond., 1861.

MOSS, FREDERICK JOSEPH. School history of New Zealand. 8vo.
Auckland, 1889.

MOULD, THOMAS R., major-general. Sketch of military pro-
ceedings in New Zealand from the termination of the Waitara
campaign in March, 1861 : [9 plans], pp. 31, 8vo., n.t.p.,
[1861].

NEW ZEALAND: Government. [Papers relating to native
affairs], fscp. fo. Well.

Contents: Facsimiles of the declaration of independence, and
the treaty of Waitangi. 1877. Observations on the state of the
aboriginal inhabitants of New Zealand : by F. D. Fenton. 1859.
Further papers relating to native affairs; reports from Mr. Fenton
as to native affairs in the Waikato district. 1861. Returns of the
killed and wounded [in native wars] from i May, 1868. 1869.
Papers relating to Mr. Firth's visit to the Waikato. 1869. Papers
relating to military operations against the rebel natives. 1869.
Further papers ; 4 series. 1869.

NEW ZEALAND: Royal commission on Hawke's bay native
lands alienation. Report of the inquiry into the Heretaunga
purchase. 8vo. Napier, 1873.

NEW ZEALAND company. Documents appended to the twelfth
report of the directors, 26th April, 1844 : [map]. 8vo.
Lond., 1844.

Supplement to the eighteenth report of the directors, being re-
cent information, pp. 62, 8vo. Lond., 1845.

Pam., v. 135, no. 2604.

Supplementary information relative to New Zealand; comprising
despatches and journals of the company's officers of the first
expedition, and the first report of the directors. i2mo.
Lond., 1840.

Twenty-fourth report of the court of directors, 3ist May, 1848.
pp. vi., 67., 8vo. Lond., 1848.
Pam., v. 189, no. 3653.

NEW ZEALAND war of 1860; an inquiry into its origin and jus-
tice ; with some remarks on the land question in relation to
the natives, pp. 52, 8vo. Lond., [1861].

OCCASIONAL papers printed ... in support of the rights
and interests of the New Zealanders: no. i. Despatch from
Sir William Denison to the Duke of Newcastle, no. 2. Is
it peace? pp. 8, 19, 8vo. Auckland, 1861.
Pam., v. 189, nos. 3654-55.

PARSONS, FRANK. The story of New Zealand, with special
reference to the political, industrial, and social development :
[illust., with appces. on progressive taxation, industrial courts,
old age pensions, and bibliography]. 8vo. Phila., 1904.



HISTOEY OF NEW ZEALAND. 717

PYKE, VINCENT. History of the early gold discoveries in Otago.

8vo. Dunedin, 1887.
ROSS, Rev. C. STUART. Early Otago, and some of its notable

men. 8vo. Dunedin, 1907.
RUSDEN, GEORGE WILLIAM. History of New Zealand: [map]

3 v., 8vo. Lond., 1883.
RUSDEN, GEORGE WILLIAM, ed. Aureretanga ; groans of the

Maoris. 8vo. Lond., 1888.
SHERRIN, RICHARD A. A., and WALLACE, J. HOWARD. Early

history of New Zealand. 4to. Auckland, 1890.

From the earliest times to 1840 by Sherrin ; from 1840 to 1845
by Wallace.

STACK, Rev. JAMES WEST. Kaiapohia ; the story of a siege ;
illust. -pp. 94, sm. 8vo. Christchurch, 1893.

Pam., v. 33, no. 533.

The sacking of Kaiapohia : [illust.]. 8vo. Christchurch, n.d.
In Travers, William T. L. The stirring times of Te Rauparaha.

SWAINSON, WILLIAM. New Zealand and the war. 8vo. Lond.,
1862.

THOMSON, ARTHUR S. The story of New Zealand, past and pre-
sent, savage and civilized: [map and illust.]. 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1859.

TRAVERS, W T ILLIAM THOMAS LOCKE. The stirring times of Te
Rauparaha, chief of the Ngatitoa. 8vo. Christchurch, n.d.

WAKEFIELD, EDWARD GIBBON. Founders of Canterbury; being
letters to the late John Robert Godley, and to other well-known
helpers in the foundation of the settlement of Canterbury in
New Zealand, v. i r 8vo. Christchurch, 1868.

All published.

WAKELIN, RICHARD. History and politics -, containing the poli-
tical recollections and leaves from the writings of a New
iZealand journalist, 1851-77. 8vo. Well., X 877.

WALLACE, J. HOWARD. Manual of New Zealand history. pp.
70, 8vo. Well., 1886.

WANGANUI. Interesting chapters from the early history of Wan-
ganui, and Wanganui in 1856 : [2 illust.]. pp. 75, 8vo.
Wanganui, 1887.
Pam., v. 33, no. 540.

WARD, CROSBIE. Letter to Lord Lyttelton on the relations of
Great Britain with the colonists and aborigines of New
Zealand, pp. 82, 8vo. Lond., 1863.

Pam., v. i8g, no. 3656.
WELLS, BENJAMIN. History of Taranaki. 8vo. New Plymouth,

1878.

WESLEYAN missionary society. New Zealand; correspondence
between the Wesleyan missionary committee and Earl Grey
on the apprehended infringement of the Treaty of Waitangi.
pp. 36, 8vo. Lond., 1848.

Pam., v. 159, no. 3049.

New Zealand ; correspondence between the Wesleyan missionary
committee and Sir John Pakington on the importance of
framing the bill for giving a representative constitution to
New Zealand with due regard to the Treaty of Waitangi.
pp. 8, 8vo. Lond., 1852.
Pam., v. 159, no. 3054.



718 HISTOEY OF AUSTRALIA.

WHITMORE, Sir GEORGE STODDART, major-general. The last
Maori war in New Zealand under the self-reliant policy :
pref. by R. A. Loughnan : [maps and illust.]. 8vo. Lond.,
1902.

WILLIAMS, THOMAS COLEMAN. Letter to the Right hon. W. E.
Gladstone, being an appeal on behalf of the Ngatiraukawa
tribe. 8vo. Well., 1873.

The Manawatu purchase completed ; or, the Treaty of Waitangi
broken, pp. 72, 8vo. Well., 1867.

Pam., v. 34, no. 556.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 137, no. 2643.
A page from the history of a record reign: [map], pp. 46, 8vo.

Well., 1899.

Pam., v. 159, no. 3052.

993.2. New Caledonia.

MATHIEU, A. Aper^u histoiique sur la tribu des Houassios ou
des Manougoes. pp. n, 8vo. Noumea, n.d.
Pam., v. 159, no. 3055.

MONCELON, LEON. Nouvelle-Caledonie ; adresse a ses concitoyens
en reponse a 1'accusation portee contre lui, par M. Escande.
pp. 39, 8vo. Paris, 1885.
Pam., v. 159, no. 3056.

993.4. New Hebrides.

AUSTRALASIAN New Hebrides company. Australia and the
New Hebrides: [map], pp. 9, 8vo. Syd., 1892.

Pam., v. 48, no. 808.

LA FRANCE en Oceanic; 1'annexion des Nouvelles-He"brides. pp.
19, 8vo. Paris, 1884.

From the Revue du monde Latin
Pam., v. 159, no. 3067.

994. Australia.

ALLEN, JAMES. History of Australia from 1787 to 1882. 8vo.
Melb., 1882.

ANREP-ELMT, REINHOLD, graf. Australien ; eine Reise durch
den ganzen Weltheil. 3 v., 8vo. Leipzig, 1886.

AUCKLAND, WILLIAM EDEN, ist baron. History of New Hol-
land from its first discovery in 1616 to the present time; with
a particular account of its produce and inhabitants, and a
description of Botany Bay ; also a list of the naval, marine,
military, and civil establishments, [and] an introductory dis-
course on banishment: maps and charts. 2nd ed., 8vo.
Lond., 1787.

AUSTRALIAN anniversary dinner. Speeches delivered at Aus-
tralian anniversary dinner, on 26th January, 1858. pp. 35,
8vo. Lond., [1858].
Pam., v. 138, no. 2646.

BARTLEY, NEHEMIAH. Australian pioneers and reminiscences : ed.
by J. J. Knight. 8vo. Bristol, 1896.



HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. 719

BECKE, GEORGE LEWIS, " Louis Becke," and JEFFERY,
WALTER. Naval pioneers of Australia: illust. 8vo. Lond.,
1899.

Contents. Introductory. Dampier. Cook. Arthur Phillip.
Governor Hunter. Marines and the N.S.W. corps. Governor
King. Bass and Flinders. Captivity of Flinders. Bligh and the
mutiny of the Bounty. Bligh as governor. Other naval pioneers.

BENNETT, SAMUEL. History of Australian discovery and colonis-
ation. 8vo. Syd., 1867.

BLAIR, DAVID. Cyclopaedia of Australasia ; or, dictionary of
facts, events, dates, persons, and places connected with the
discovery, exploration, and progress of the British dominions
in the south, to 1881. 8vo. Melb., 1881.

History of Australasia, from the first dawn of discovery in the
Southern ocean to the establishment of self-government in the
various colonies: illust. and maps. 410. Glasg., 1879.

BLERZY, H. L'Australie; son histoire physique, et sa colonisa-
tion : les vice- roy antes anglaises. 8vo. Paris, 1864-70.
Two articles from the " Revue des deux mondes."

BLOSSEVILLE, BENIGNE ERNEST PORET, marquis DE. Histoire
des colonies penales de 1'Angleterre dans 1'Australie. 8vo.
Paris, 1831.

Bibliography of Australia, pp. 527-594.
BONWICK, JAMES. Curious facts of old colonial days. i2mo.

Lond., 1870.
The first twenty years of Australia ; a history founded on official

documents. 8vo. Lond., 1882.

BUCHELE, E. Australien in der Gegenwart, nach seiner histor-
ischen Entwickelung und Beschaffenheit, seinen Einwohnern
und Produkten, seinen socialen commerciellen und statistischen
Verhaltnissen. 8vo. Stuttgart, 1856.

CARNARVON, HENRY HOWARD MOLYNEUX HERBERT, 4th earl of.
Annexation and confederation in Australasia, pp. 12, 8vo.
Lond., 1884.

Pam., v. 121, no. 2263.

CHOMLEY, CHARLES HENRY. Tales of old times ; early Aus-
tralian incident and adventure: illust. 8vo. Melb., 1903.

CLARKE, MARCUS ANDREW HISLOP. Stories of Australia in the
early days : [biography and monograph by Hamilton Mac-
kinnon]. 8vo. Lond., 1897.

CLARKE, MARCUS ANDREW HISLOP, ed. History of the continent
of Australia and the island of Tasmania, 1787-1870. 8vo.
Melb., 1877.

COLLINGRIDGE, GEORGE. First discovery of Australia and New
Guinea ; being the narrative of Portuguese and Spanish dis-
coveries in the Australasian regions between the years 1492-
1606 : [illust.]. 8vo. Syd., 1906.

COOK, JAMES, captain. The landing of lieutenant James Cook,
R.N., commander, at Botany Bay, 1770: [illust.]. pp. 32,
8vo. Syd., 1901.
Pam., v. 8, no. 184.

DAIBER, ALBERT. Geschichte aus Australien: illust. i2mo.
Leipzig, 1902.



720 HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA.

FEDERATION album: [a collection of invitation cards, 6*t., for

the Commonwealth celebrations at Sydney and Melbourne,

1901]. fo., n.p., n.d.
FINNEY, JOSEPH. History of the Australian colonies: part i,

New South Wales, part 2, The other colonies : [maps]. 8vo.

Syd., 1901.
FLANAGAN, RODERICK J. History of New South Wales; with an

account of Van Diemen's Land, New Zealand, Port Phillip,

Moreton Bay, and other Australasian settlements. 2 v., 8vo.

Lond., 1862.
GORDON, W. J. The captain-general; being the story of the

attempt of the Dutch to colonize New Holland : [chart]. 8vo.

Lond., 1888.

An account, in the form of a tale, of the wreck of the Batavia on

Houtman's Abrolhts, off the coast of Western Australia, in 1628, and

of the subsequent proceedings.
GRIMM, Rev. GEORGE. Concise history of Australia. 8vo. Syd.,

[about 1891].
HARGRAVES, EDWARD HAMMOND. Australia, and its gold

fields ; a historical sketch of the progress of the Australian

colonies: map. 8vo. Lond., 1855.

HASSALL, Rev. JAMES S. In old Australia: records and reminis-
cences from 1794 [illust.]. 8vo. Brisb., 1902.

With autograph letter from the author to Mr. A. G. Stephens.
HEAWOOD, EDWARD. Was Australia discovered in the sixteenth

century? pp. 6, 8vo., n.p., n.d.

Pam., v. 177, no. 3407.
HOGAN, JAMES FRANCIS. The Gladstone colony ; an unwritten

chapter of Australian history : [with letter by Mr. Gladstone].

8vo. Lond^., 1898.

The Irish in Australia. 8vo. Lond., 1887.
HUNTINGTON, H. W. H. History of Australasia; or, our first

century : [maps], pp. 60, 4to. Newcastle, 1888.
JENKS, EDWARD. History of the Australasian colonies, from their

foundation to 1893: [maps]. 8vo. Camb., 1895.
JOSE, ARTHUR WILBERFORCE.- History of Australasia from the

earliest times to the inauguration of the Commonwealth.

8vo. Syd., 1901.
KEEN AN, J. J. Inaugural celebrations of the Commonwealth of

Australia: [illust.]. 4to. Syd., 1904.
KNOPWOOD, Rev. ROBERT. Typewritten copy of Journal of the

proceedings on board His Majesty's ship Resolution, com-
manded by the Hon. A. H. Gardner; from ist January, 1801,

to 22nd July, 1802. 4to., n.p., n.d.

Describes voyage, visit to Port Phillip, and proceedings in

Tasmania.
LANG, W. H. Australia: 12 illust. by G. W. Lambert. 8vo.

Lond., [1908].

(Romance of empire ser.)
LUGARD, FLORA L., nee Shaw, lady. The story of Australia.

i2mo. Lond., 1897.
MACDONALD, ALEXANDER CAMERON. A chapter from the history

of early discovery and colonisation of Australia. pp. 19,

8vo. Melb., 1891.
Pam., v. 116, no. 2166.



HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. 721

MARRIOTT, IDA, nee Lee, Mrs. C. B. The coming of the
British to Australia, 1788 to 1829 : illust. ; with pref. by the
Marquis of Linlithgow. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

MARTIN, ROBERT MONTGOMERY. British colonial library, v. 2,
i2mo. Lond., 1836.

Contents: v. 2. Australasia. New South Wales : [map]. Van
Diemen's Land : [map]. Western Australia. South Australia.
Same: 2nd ed. entitled, History of Australasia comprising,
New South Wales, Van Diemens Island, Swan river, South
Australia, &c. : maps and 2 illust. i2mo. Lond., 1839.

MOSSMAN, SAMUEL. Our Australian colonies ; their discovery, his-
tory, resources, and prospects : map and plans. i2mo.
Lond., [1866].

NEW SOUTH WALES -.Government. Official programme of
ceremonial and entertainments commemorative of the inaugura-
tion of the Australian Commonwealth at Sydney, ist January,
1901 : [illust.]. 8vo. Syd., 1901.

Pam., v. 116, no. 2162.

Official programme and memento of the Commonwealth festivi-
ties, January, 1901 : illust. pp. 24, 8vo. Syd., [1900].

Published by the Federal programme and badge Co., Sydney.
Pam., v. 177, no. 3408.

OLD TIME, pseud. The convict hulk Success; the story of her
life, and the lives of those who filled her cells : illust. 8vo.
Melb., 1891.

PELSAERT, FRANgoYS. Ongeluckige voyagie van't schip Batavia,
nae de Oost-Indien. Gebleven op de Abrolhos van F. Hout-
man . . . Mytgevaren onder den E. F. Pelsert.
Nevens een treur-bly-eynde Ongheluck, des Oost Indische
Compagnies Dienaers in't jaer 1636, wedervaren, in't
Hof van Siam . . . Als mede de groote tyrannye van
Abas, Coninck van Persien, Anno 1645 . . . Alles door
een Lief-hebber uyt verscheyde Schriften te samen ghestelt,
&c. : [illust.]. sm. 410. Amsterdam, 1647.
Same: another ed. sm. 4to. Amsterdam, 1648.
Same: [Typewritten copy of translation of those parts relating
to the proceedings in Australia, by W. Siebenhaar.] fscp. fo.,
n.p., n.d.

RALPH, EDITH. Empire builders in Australia; early days in New
South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia : map. 8vo.
Lond, 1911.

RUSDEN, GEORGE WILLIAM. History of Australia. 2nd ed., 3
v., 8vo. Melb., 1897.

SCHOOL history of Australia ; being a brief account of the pro-
gress of the colonies from the earliest discoveries to 1900.
pp. 94, 8vo. Melb., 1900.

SCOTT, ERNEST. Terre Napoleon; a history of French explora-
tions and projects in Australia : illust. and maps. 8vo.
Lond., 1910.

SUTHERLAND, ALEXANDER, and SUTHERLAND, GEORGE.
History of Australia, from 1606 to 1888: [illust.]. i4th ed.,
i2mo. Melb., 1890.

TREGARTHEN, GREVILLE. The Australian Commonwealth' :
[maps and illust.]. 8vo. Lond., 1894.
(Story of the nations.)



722 HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA.

TURNER, HENRY GYLES. The first decade of the Australian Com-
monwealth ; a chronicle of contemporary politics, 1901-1910.
8vo. Melb., 1911.

WHITE, CHARLES. Old convict days^in Australia. 8vo. Syd.,
1906.

YEAR-BOOK of Australia. Historical account of New South
Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and
Western Australia, pp. 32, 8vo. Melb., 1888.
Pam., v. 116, no. 2164.

994.1. Western Australia.

KIMBERLEY, W. B., compiler. History of West Australia; a
narrative of her past ; with biographies of her leading men :
[illust.]. 4to. Melb., 1897.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Article on granting of constitution.]
pp. ii, 8vo. Lond., 1888.
(From the Westminster review.)
Pam., v. 138, no. 2647.

994.2. South Australia.

AYERS, Sir HENRY. Pioneer difficulties in founding South Aus-
tralia, pp. 19, 8vo. Adel., 1891.
Pam., v. 136, no. 2610.

BLACKET, Rev. JOHN. Early history of South Australia ; a
romantic experiment in colonization, 1836-57 : [illust.]. 8vo.
Adel., 1907.

BULL, JOHN WRATHALL. Early experiences of life in South Aus-
tralia, and an extended colonial history : illust. 8vo. Adel.,
1884.

FORSTER, ANTHONY. South Australia ; its progress and pros-
perity : map. 8vo. Lond., 1866.

GOODEN, GEORGE W., and MOORE, THOMAS L., compilers.
Fifty years' history of the town of Kensington and Norwood,
July, 1853, to July, 1903 : [plan and illust.]. 8vo. Adel.,
1903.

HODDER, EDWIN. History of South Australia from its foundation
to the year of its jubilee: 2 maps. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1893.

HODDER, EDWIN, ed. Founding of South Australia, as recorded
in the journal of Mr. Robert Gouger, first colonial secretary.
8vo. Lond., 1898.

PASCOE, J. J., ed. History of Adelaide and vicinity, with a
general sketch of the province of South Australia, and bio-
graphies of representative men. 410. Adel., 1901.

TORRENS, Sir ROBERT RICHARD. Letter and a memorial addressed
to Lord John Russell, pp. 13, 31, 8vo. Lond., 1842.
Pam., v. 116, no. 2165.

WOODS, JAMES DOMINICK. Narrative of the visit of H.R.H. the
Duke of Edinburgh to South Australia. 8vo. Adel.. 1868.

WORSNOP, THOMAS. History of the city of Adelaide, from the
foundation of the province of South Australia in 1836 to
1877 : map. 8vo. Adel., 1878.



HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA. 723

994.3. Queensland.

CAMPBELL, JOHN. The early settlement of Queensland, and
other articles : with " The raid of the aborigines," by William
Wilks. p ( p. 58, 8vo. Ipswich, 1875.
Pam., v. 21, no. 37q.

'COOTE, WILLIAM. History of the colony of Queensland from
1770 to the close of the year 1881 ; v. i, from 1770 to the
separation of the district of Moreton Bay from New South
Wales, and its constitution as a separate colony in December,
1859: [map]. 8vo. Brisb., 1882.
All published.

HOW constitutional government was won for Australia: reminis-
cences of half a century, by an old colonist, pp. 79, 8vo.
Rockhampton, 1898.

Pam., v. 44, no. 753.

KNIGHT, JOHN JAMES. In the early days; history and incident
of pioneer Queensland, with dictionary of dates in chrono-
logical order: illust. 8vo. Brisb., 1895.

MESTON, ARCHIBALD. Geographic history of Queensland. 8vo.
Brisb., 1895.

PUGH, THEOPHILUS P. Brief outline of the history of the More-
ton Bay settlement, from the time of the discovery of the
Bay by Captain Cook, down to the present time. pp. 95,
i2mo. [Brisb., 1859].
Pam., v. 59, no. 072.

^RUSSELL, HENRY STUART. The genesis of Queensland : portrs.
and facsimiles. 8vo. Syd., 1888.

VISIT of the detached squadron with their Royal Highnesses Prince
Edward and Prince George of Wales to Brisbane, from i6th
to 2Oth August, 1881 : [illust.]. pp. 39, 4to. Brisb., 1881.

994.4. New South Wales.

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD RAMSAY, commander, R.N. Captain

Armstrong, R.N. re Lord Howe Island, 1879-1884. -pp. 57,

la. 8vo. Syd., 1884.

Captain Armstrong was removed from his position as magistrate of

Lord Howe island, and this pamphlet is his defence against the

charges brought against him.
AUSTRALIAN patriotic association. Letter to C. Buller, jnr.,

M.P., in reply to his communications respecting certain forms

of local government proposed for this colony, March, 1839.

pp. 26, 8vo. Syd., 1840.
Pam., v. 67, no. 114?.

Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 97, no 1759

Letter from the Australian patriotic association to C. Buller, in
reply to his communication of 2nd Sept., 1839. [regarding
transportation], pp. 15, 8vo. Syd., 1840.

Pam., v. 138, no. 2651;.

Letter from C. Buller in support of the petition for the con-
tinuance of transportation, 31 st May, 1839 : revised 4th
March, 1843."^. 65, 8vo. Syd., 1843.
Pam., v. 138, no. 26^6



724 HISTORY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

AUSTRALIAN patriotic association continued.

Letter to C. Buller, in reply to his communication of 3ist May,
1840, [regarding transportation], pp. 18, 8vo. Syd., 1840.

Pam., v. 97, -no. 1762.

Letter to C. Buller, on the Bill for the introduction of muni-
cipal institutions into New South Wales, 1840. pp. 23, 8vo.
Syd., 1840.

Pam., v. 97, no. 1761

Letter to C. Buller, on the Census bill of the local legislature
of New South Wales, passed in 1840. pp. 27, 8vo. Syd.,
1840.

Pam., v. 97, no. 1760.

Letter to C. Buller, in reply to his communication of July and
August, 1840: February, 1841. [New South Wales govern-
ment: bill], pp. 1 6, 8vo. Syd., 1841.
Pam., v. 97, no. 1763.

Report of the directing committee for the year ending ist July.
1836. pp. 15, 9, sm. 8vo. Syd., 1836.
Pam., v. 138, no. 2654.

BANNISTER, SAXE. . An appeal by a colonial law officer to the
crown, pp. 6, 8vo. Lond., 1830.
Pam., v. 189, no. 3660.

Statements and documents relating to proceedings in New South
Wales in 1824, 1825 and 1826, intended to support an appeai
to the King by the attorney-general of the colony. 5 portrs.
8vo. Cape Town, 1827.

BARRINGTON, GEORGE. History of New South Wales, including
Botany Bay, Port Jackson, Parramatta, Sydney, with an ac-
count of the English colony: illust. 2nd ed., 8vo. Lond.,
1810.

Sequel to Barrington's " Voyage to New South Wales," com-
prising an interesting narrative of the transactions and be-
haviour of the convicts, the progress of the colony, &c. 8vo.
Lond., 1800.

Voyage to Botany Bay ; with a description of the country,
manners, customs, religion, &c., of the natives; to which is
added his life and trial. 8vo. Lond., 1793.
BARTON, GEORGE BURNETT. History of New South Wales, from
the records: v. i, Governor Phillip, 1783-1789: [maps and
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For v. 2 see Britton, Alexander.

BINGLE, JOHN. Past and present records of Newcastle, New
South Wales, pp. 67, 8vo. Newcastle, 1873.

Pam., v. 19, no. 347.

BLAND, WILLIAM. Letters to Charles Buller, junior, from the
Australian 1 patriotic association: [pref.]. 8vo. Syd.,
1849.

BRABOURNE papers relating to the settlement and early history
of the colony [New South Wales] : a pamphlet containing a
summary, pp. 48, 8vo. Syd., 1886.
Pam., v. 138, no. 2652.

BRAIM, THOMAS HENRY. History of New South Wales, from its
settlement to the close of the year 1844. 2 v. in i. 8vo.
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BRITTON, ALEXANDER. History of New South Wales from the
records: v. 2. Philip and Grose, 1789-1794; ed. by F. M.
Bladen : maps and illust. 8vo. Syd., 1894.

For v. i see Barton, G. B.

BROWN, D. KINNEAR, ed. History of the year; a record of the
chief events and topics of interest from Jan. i to Dec. 31,
1885. 8vo. Syd., 1886.
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 42, no. 708.

CLARKE, Rev. WILLIAM BRANWHITE. The claims of the Rev. W.
B. Clarke, pp. 33, 8vo. Syd., 1860.
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COMPLETE report of the attempted assassination of H.R.H.
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COOK, JAMES, captain. Captain Cook's landing in Botany Bay,



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