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London: T. & W. Boone, 1845. Two volumes, octavo, with 22 plates including frontispieces; in original decorated green cloth. A highly important and detailed account of inland Australian exploration by Edward John Eyre, containing significant descriptions of Australian geography and Aboriginal life and customs. 'Eyre's Journals are quite scarce and.....
London: circa 1901. Folio, three printed pages, fold creases. This summary published after his death in November 1901 outlines Mr Eyre's Services from 1841 when he was appointed Protector of the Aborigines at the Murray River to when he returned to England after the rebellion in Jamaica in 1866. (Stamped.....
Birmingham: E.C. Osborne, printer, undated, yet 1866.
An intrepid explorer caught in the aftermath of the Jamaican uprisingTwo sheets measuring 690 x 1080 mm. each; neatly folded. Two spectacular, large broadsides denouncing the conduct of former Australian explorer John Edward Eyre, in his role as governor of Jamaica during.....
London: The Jamaica Committee, 1866.
Eyre faces the aftermath.Slim octavo, 98 pp; very good in recent halfcalf with gilt lettering, original titling wrappers bound in. Collection of documents and testimonies relating to the Jamaica insurrection of 1865. These documents werepublished to reveal the conduct of the Governor of Jamaica.....
[London]: no printer, 1868.
Thomas Carlyle defends Eyre's conduct in JamaicaBifolium, four tinted pages folded to docket size; manuscript note to last blank reads 'Petition drawn up by Thomas Carlyle February 1868'. The controversy surrounding the conduct of former Australian explorer and Governor of Jamaica, John Edward Eyre, in.....
London: James Whittle & Richard Holmes Laurie, 1814.
From Bellevue HillEngraving on paper, 290 x 430 mm; a good, well-inked impression. A lovely, early Sydney view: the city and Harbour is shown from the Bellevue Hill and Vaucluse area, looking westward. This fine engraving was published by Laurie and.....
London: John Booth Duke Street Portland Place, 4 June 1810.
The first panoramic views of Sydney to be exhibitedPair of uncoloured aquatints joined as a panorama as intended, 340 x 980 mm; in original bird's-eye maple frame. A rare panoramic view of Sydney Harbour. John Eyre arrived in New.....
Sydney: Absalom West, 30 November 1812.
The first views published in AustraliaThree engravings, each 275 x 405 mm.; good impressions, each complete with all caption details, each mounted. Three fine and exceedingly rare views from the series published by Absalom West, one of the most fascinating and enigmatic projects.....
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