Refine search resultsSkip to search results
London: by order of Parliament, 1856.
Transportation to Western AustraliaTwo volumes, tall quarto, both copies in recent blue polished half calf, original printed wrappers bound in. Two of the most important reports on transportation to Western Australia, and perhaps the most detailed public accounting of the aftermath of the...
Melbourne: printed by Mason and Firth for the Royal Society of Victoria, 1862.
Who is responsible for the Burke and Wills tragedy?Foolscap folio, tinted paper, 8pp. (last blank), with related blank envelope loosely inserted. A curious mix of remorse and self-preservation - an account of the Burke and Wills...
Sydney, Thomas Richards, Government Printer, 1860. Two foolscap reports, stitch-sewn, 14,44 pp, Two reports prepared for parliament, the salient issue is not the importation of opium through an Australian port, but the avoidance of the full customs tariff.
London: Canterbury Association, 1850.
Canterbury settlement for London investorsOctavo booklet, 28 pp;. 'Speeches by eminent supporters of the movement (Bishop of Oxford, Sidney Herbert, Adderley, Somers-Cox &c.), but not published in the Canterbury Papers, probably because one of the speakers (a Mr. Sidney) quite upset the meeting with his...