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WOBKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES. COMPILED AT THE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, SYDNEY, UNDER THE DIRECTION OP R. C. WALKER, PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN. SYDNEY : THOMAS RICHARDS, GOVERNMENT PRINTER. 4 1 17-77 ' ' ? - . ? ' ? ? * ' . ? ? - WOEKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES, EELATING TO THE EOLLOWING SUBJECTS, viz. 1. GEOGRAPHY OF NEW SOUTH WALES- NATURAL. ADMINISTRATIVE OR POLITICAL. 2. CLIMATE. 3. TRADE, AGRICULTURE, AND PRODUCTIONS. 4. INHABITANTS : CHARACTER, PURSUITS, LANGUAGES. 5. HISTORICAL. 6, INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION. 7. FINANCE. 8. MONEYS, WEIGHTS AND- MEASURES. Note. ? Special information on any of the above subjects, contained in the Text, is shown by a corresponding numeral. % ' WORKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Aborigines . (4) Plan to ameliorate the condition of the Aboriginal inhabitants and prevent their extermination. Sydney, 1839. 4to. Pamph. pp. 4. Refers to the few attempts which have been made to improve the condition dition of the Aborigines, and to their rapid decrease. Aborigines . (4) Aborigines Extracts from the Papers and Proceedings of the Aborigines? Protection Society. London, 1841. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 176 Portions of these extracts give very interesting accounts of the Aborigines of Australia. Aborigines . (4) Report of the Parliamentary Select Contains a chapter on the relations Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, between Europeans and the Abort by the Aborigines Protection ginal natives of Australia. Aborigines . (4.5) Addison Agricultural Company. (3.5) Agricultural Society. (3.5) Allen Allen Society. London, 1837. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 140. The Colonial Intelligencer, or Aborigines? gines? Friend Comprising the Transactions of the Aborigines Protection Society. London, 1850. 3 vols. Bvo. Balmain; its Municipality and institutions. stitutions. By Gr. R. Addison. Sydney, 1875. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 24 Australian Agricultural Company, Reports, 1834-40, London. Bvo, Pamphs. Anniversary Addresses (by the President); List of Members, and Rules and Regulations of the Agricultural Society of New South Wales. Sydney, 1823-26. Bvo. Pamphs. Lecture on Protection Political Economy proper for New South Wales. By W. B. Allen. Sydney, (n. d.) 12mo. Pamph. pp. 24. Journal of an Experimental Trip by the ? Lady Augusta? S.B. on the River Murray. By James Allen, jun. Adelaide, 1853. Bvo., pp. 86 Pamph. Contains statements relative to the Aboriginal tribes of Australia and the conduct of the whites towards them. Refers to a suburb of Sydney, its financial and sanitary condition, &c. This Company received a grant of 1,000,000 acres, extending from Port Stephens to the Hastings River; also valuable concessions in reference to Coal Mines at Newcastle. Subjects : Importation and increase of stock; Aborigines ; Report on the land and minerals. Instituted on the sth July, 1822. These reports give many statements of importance, and show the rapid increase of the agricultural wealth of the Colony, &c. Favoui'able to protective duties on all articles introduced from abroad which can be produced in the Colony. An account of the exploration of a portion of the Murray, Darling, and Murrumbidgee Rivers. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Lectures on the Papal Claim of Jurisdiction, delivered before the Members of the Church of England Book Society. May and June, 1843. Sydney. Bvo. Religious controversy. Allwood Savage Life and Scenes in Australia and New Zealand. By George French Angas. London, 1847. 2 vols. Bvo. The small portion of the second volume which relates to New South Wales, gives a truthful picture of the habits and manners of the aboriginal inhabitants, habitants, with a description of Sydney and the Illawarra District. Angas Arden?s Sydney Magazine of Politics and General Literature. Sydney, 1843. Bvo. Contains a political Essay on New South Wales; a Satire on Colonial Society, and a Biographical Memoir of Wentworth and other representatives sentatives of the people, besides a variety of other interesting articles. Arden Approaching Crisis of Britain and Australia. By ? Aristides.? Melbourne, bourne, 1854. Bvo. A collection of letters on matters relating to the Colony, specially advocating the formation of the Riverina Territory into a separate Colony, to be called ? Albertonia.? ?Aristides? Observations upon Secondary Punishments. ishments. By Col. George Arthur. To which is added a letter on the same subject by the Archdeacon of New South Wales. Hobart Town, 1833, Bvo. Pamph. pp. 111. The writer advocates transportation and assignment of convicts, rather than imprisonment. Arthur Cowandra. The Veteran?s Grant, By the Authoress of Gertrude. (Miss Atkinson.) Sydney, 1859. 12mo. Short but entertaining story of life in Australia. Atkinson. Gertrude, the Emigrant: a Tale of Colonial Life, by an Australian Lady. (Miss Atkinson.) Sydney, 1857. Roy. Bvo. A faithful delineation of Australian bush life. Atkinson. On the expediency and necessity of encouraging Distilling and Brew ring ing from Grain in New South Wales. By James Atkinson, Esq. Sydney, 1829. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 33. Australia ?An appeal to the World on behalf of the younger branch of the family of Shem. Sydney, 1839. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 88. A paper on general Agriculture, with special reference to the cultivation of Barley for malting. Atkinson. Australia. A protest against the outrages practised by some of the early settlers upon the Aborigines ; together with a glance at their manners and language. The Resources of Australia, and the prospects and capabilities of the New Settlement, &c., and remarks on the internal Government of New South Wales. London, 1841. Gives a short account of the resources and capabilities of the Colony, its internal administration, &c., at that date. Australia. (3 to 6) 12mo. Mode of Reference. Eemarks. Full Title, &c. A compilation from Statistical Reports and official documents, with extracts from letters, &c. Australia Twenty years experience in Australia, tralia, being the evidence of disinterested interested and respectable residents of those Colonies, as to their pi?esent state and future prospects. London, don, 1839. 12mo. (1.3.4) Gives a general description of the Colony, climate, soil, minerals, plants, native population, &c. Australia, The picture of Australia, exhibiting New Holland, Yan Diemen?s Land, and all the settlements, from the first at Sydney to the last at Swan River. Loudon, 1829. 12mo. (1 to 6) Statistics to 1833. A faithful representation sentation of the prospects and resources sources of the Colony, with hints to immigrants. Australia. Australia, as it is. Bristol, 1840, 12mo. Paraph, pp. 48. Sessional Papers, &c., &c., of the Australian League Conference held in Hobart Town and Launceston, Van Diemen?s Land. Tasmania, 1852. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 45. This Association was formed in the year 1851, to secure the Colony against the continuance of Transportation. ation. Australian League. (4.5) Australian Australian Medical Journal. Sydney. 1846. 4to. Refers almost entirely to the local practice of Medicine and Surgery. Medical Journal. G-uide to the contents of the Australian tralian Museum. Sydney, 1873. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16. Refers to a great number of specimens of the natural productions of the Colony. Australian Museum A Letter from the Australian Patriotic Association to C. Buller, junr., Esq., M.P., in reply to his communication of 31st May, 1840. Sydney. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 18. Condemns the withholding Free Institutions tutions from New South Wales, and advocates a continuance of transportation tion to a limited extent, and the assignment of convicts. Australian Patriotic Association (1.3.4) Australian Australian Settler?s Handbook. Sydney, 1861. 12mo. Relates to the cultivation of land and management of farms in the Colony. Settler?s Handbook Backhouse ... A narrative of a Visit to the Australian tralian Colonies. By James Backhouse. London, 1843. Bvo. Contains trustworthy information relative tive to the state of the Colony about the year 1838, its inhabitants, productions, ductions, &c. (3.4.5) Describes the religious and social condition dition of New South Wales in 1838. Backhouse ... Extracts from the Letters of James Backhouse, now engaged on a Missionary Visit to Van Diemen?s Land and New South Wales. London, 1838. Bvo. Badham An Address to the University Debating Society. By Charles Badham, D.D. Sydney, 1875. Bvo. Inaugural Address by Professor Badham, ham, upon the formation of the Society by members of the Sydney University. Pamph. pp. 13. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c- Remarks. Badham Primary Education. By Charles Badham, D.D., Sydney, 1876. Bvo. Pamph. 14 pp. In the form of a letter to Mr. Dailey. It disapproves of the closing of the Denominational Schools altogether, as being unfair both to Roman Catholics and Anglicans. Contains recent and accurate information tion as to all places in the Colony. Bailliere Bailliere?s New South Gazetteer and Road Sydney, 1866. Bvo. Wales Guide. Baird The Emigrant?s Guide to Australasia. asia. By the Rev. James Baird. London, 1868. 12mo. A short, but correct and unbiassed description of New South Wales and adjoining Colonies. (1 to 7) Baker Sydney and Melbourne, with remarks on the present state and future prospects of New South Wales. By C. J. Baker. London, 1845. 12mo. Contains accurate and useful information tion on the climate and resources of the Colony; also on the state of Society in Sydney about 1842. (2.3.4) Balcombe Gold Pen and Pencil Sketches, or the adventures of Mr. John Slasher at the Turon Diggings. By G. P. P. (Pickering), with Illustrations by T. Balcombe. Sydney, 1852. Bvo. A humourous account, descriptive of life at the diggings. Balfour A Sketch of New South Wales. By J. O. Balfour. London, 1845. 12mo. Contains some useful information on the climate of New South Wales ; products, sheep-farming, &c. On abolishing Transportation, and on reforming the Colonial Office, in a letter to Lord John Russell. By S. Bannister, late Attorney General of New South Wales. London, 1837. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 88. Reviews the Military system of 1792. Abuses of Colonial Government. Severity of General Darling, the Iron Collars, the Press, etc. Evil of Convict System, Remedies, Justice, Eemale Immigration. Bannister Barrington (4.5) The History of New South Wales. By Geo. Barrington. London, 1802. Bvo. A Voyage to Botany Bay, with a description of the Country, &c. By the celebrated George Barrington, ton, London, 1794. 12mo. An Account of a Voyage to New South Wales. By George Barrington. rington. London, 1803. Bvo. Whitten by the notorious ?pickpocket? B. Contains curious information on old matters of Colonial History ; and gives, on the whole, a correct account of the manners and customs of the aboriginal inhabitants. The eventful history of the and Piratical Seizure of Mutiny Captain Bligh (7.a.), the Commander of H.M.S. ? Bounty,? was for a short time Barrow ?Bounty,? its cause and consequence. quence. By Sir John Barrow. London, 1835. 18mo. Governor of New South Wales. Gives a good deal of information as to farming, and disposal of labour; also on the natural productions and climate of New South Wales. Bartlett New Holland, its Colonization, Productions, and Resources. By Thomas Bartlett. London, 1843. 12mo. (2.3.4) Barton. Report of a Trial promoted by Sir W. E. Parry, of the Australian Agricultural Company v. Accountant. ant. By W. Barton, Esq. London, don, 1832. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 57. A record of the manner in which justice was administered in the early days of the Colony. Barton Particulars of Joint Stock Institutions tutions in New South Wales, with the interest that has been derived, etc., from the investment of money in that Colony, By W. Barton. Sydney, 1838. Bvo. Pamph., pp. 15. A letter written at the instance of a capitalist, giving valuable information as to dividends paid by Public Companies panies at that date. (3.4.7) Barton. Literature in New South Wales. By Q-. B. Barton. Sydney, 1866. Bvo. As a whole this volume constitutes a valuable contribution to the literary history of the Colony. This work throws much light on the progress of literature in the Colony, Contains extracts from the writings of some of the most prominent of Australian authors. Barton. The Poets and Prose Writers of New South Wales. Edited by Q-. B. Barton. Sydney, 1866. Bvo. This excellent Atlas contains twenty separate maps of the counties of New South Wales, with geographical and geological information. Basch Atlas of the settled Counties of New South Wales. Published by Basch & Co. Sydney, 1870. Fol. Silk Cultivation. By John M. Bate, Sydney, 1864. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16. Showing the advantages and ? adaptability ability of the climate? of New South Wales for the production of silk. Bate. Mr. Beit suggests that �12,000 be set apart by Government to secure a full supply of immigrants from Germany. Proposal for procuring German Immigrants. By J. M. Beit. Sydney, 1847. Fol. Pamph. pp. 3. A letter written by Mr. Beit to the Chairman of the Committee of the Legislative Council on the management ment of Gold Fields, suggesting modes of obtaining revenue. On the Management of Gold Fields. Sydney, 1851. Fol. The Mutineers of the ? Bounty,? and their descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands. By Lady Belcher. London, 1870. 12mo. Norfolk Island is under the superintendence intendence of the Governor of New South Wales. Lady Belcher?s account count of the islanders is most interesting. esting. Belcher Industry and commerce relieved and increased by means of Free Trade and direct taxation. By Fred. A. Bell, Esq. Sydney, 1866. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 67. Proposes to make Sydney a free port, and to adopt direct taxation, ?by raising the greatest amount of the State revenue from real property, income, and house taxes.? This Society was inaugurated about the year 1818, and has enjoyed the continued support of the public. Its funds are derived from private subscriptions scriptions and a Government vote. Benevolent Reports of the Committee of the New South Wales Benevolent Society, from 1820 to 1867. Sydney. 12mo. Pamphs. Society... (4.5) K?toln�e. Full Title, &c. Eemarks. Mode of Reference. Remarks. Full Title, &c. Bennett Gatherings of a Naturalist in Australia. tralia. By Geo. Bennett, F.L.S., &c. London, 1860. Bvo. Contains interesting information on the Fauna and Flora of New South Wales. Wanderings in New South Wales, &c., during 1832-34. By George Bennett, M.D., F.L.S., &c. Loudon, don, 1834. 2 vols. Bvo. The first volume gives a very correct description of several parts of the Colony, and presents many objects of natural history, and traits of social peculiarity. Bennett ? The history of the Colony has been brought down to the administration of Governor Darling, which lasted from 1825 to 1831. In more than one respect this is the best of our historical productions.? Barton's Literature in N.S.W. Bennett The History of Australian Discovery and Colonization. By Samuel Bennett. Sydney, 1866. Bvo. Flora Australiensis; a description of the Plants of the Australian Territory. By George Bentham, F.R.S., &c., assisted by Ferdinand Mueller, M.D., &c. London, 1863- 73. 6 vols., Bvo. The latest and most complete work on the Botany of Australia yet published Bentham. Berncastle The defenceless state of Sydney. How it can be defended, and how it can be taken. By Dr. Berncastle. castle. Sydney, 1865. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 34. Suggests a mode of fortifying the harbour. bour. A handbook for the rearing of Silkworms. worms. Bcuzeville Practical instructions for the management agement of Silk-worms, according to the best methods of the breeders of the silk-growing countries, &c., adapted to New South Wales. By James Beuzeville, Sydney. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 13. Biggc Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry on the state of Agriculture and Trade in the Colony of New South Wales. By Thomas Bigge, C.E. London, 1823. Fol. An accurate Report on the state of Agriculture and Trade, character of the population, &c., in the early days of the Colony. Bigge (4.5.6) Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry on the Judicial Establishments ments of New South Wales and Yan Diemen?s Land. By Thomas Bigge. London, 1823. Fol. The result of inquiries into the state of the criminal and civil judicature of the Colony. Bigge Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry on the State of the Colony of New South Wales. By Thomas Bigge. London, 1822. Fol. This Report refers wholly to the condition, dition, treatment, and employment of the convicts. Letter to the Sight Hon. His Majesty?s ty?s Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, London, from John Single, Esq., one of His Majesty?s Justices of the Peace for the Colony of New South Wales,, Sydney August 15, 1832, with the Official Correspondence with the Colonial Government of that Colony. lony. Sydney, 1832. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 40. Has reference to the punishment by Single of three of his assigned servants vants by administering 100 lashes; and subsequent proceedings. Single.... (4.5) Binney... (4) Lights and Shadows of Church-life in Australia, including Thoughts on some Things at Home. By the Rev. T. Binney. London, 1860. Bvo. The Ecv. T. Binney visited Australia about 1860, and his book records his impressions of the religious state of the Colonies; and also contains correspondence respondence with various Church Dignitaries. Blackie The Imperial Gazetteer, a General Dictionary of Geography: Physical, Political, Statistical, and Descriptive. tive. Edited by W. G. Blackie, Ph. D. London and Edinburgh, 1855. Soy. Bvo. 2 vols. New South Wales is the subject of a very comprehensive article, treating of its coast-line, geology, vegetation, government, etc. Sydney is fully described, and a map of the harbour is given. Large amount of information tion regarding the fauna and flora of the continent, under the head of Australia. (1 to 6) Bland Services rendered to New South Walesby W. Bland. Sydney, 1862. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 15. Refers to the attempt made by the friends of Dr. B. to obtain some recognition of his public services by the Legislature. Bland Letters to Chas. Bnller, jr., Esq., M.P., from the Australian Patriotic Association. By W. Bland. Sydney, 1849. Bvo. Dr. Bland was one of the most persistent sistent exponents of the principles of the Patriotic Association. These papers are of great historic value. The Journal of a Tour of Discovery across the Blue Mountains, in New South Wales. By G. Blaxland. London, 1823. 12mo. A brief but accurate and interesting description of the interior of New South Wales. Blaxland. Bligh A Voyage to the South Seas in His Majesty?s ship ? Bounty,? with an Account of the Mutiny on hoard the said ship. By W. Bligh. London, 1792. 4to. The mutiny was occasioned by Bligh?s severity; he was afterwards appointed pointed Governor of the Colony, but was not successful in his administration. tion. Bonwick Curious Facts of Old Colonial Days. By James Bonwick. London, 1870. 12mo. A trustworthy book, relating principally pally to the social state of the Colony in primitive times. Bonwick Discovery and Settlement of Port Phillip, being a history of the country now called Victoria, up to the arrival of Mr. Superintendent Latrobe, in October, 1839. By James Bonwick. Melbourne, During the time to which the details of this volume refer, Port Phillip formed part of the Colony of New South Wales. 1856. 12mo. Reference Full Title, &c. Remarks. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Botany Bay. (5) Captain Cook landing in Botany Bay, with Fac Simile of Cook?s Chart, and view of Monument to Captain Cook. Gibbs, Shallard, & Co. Sydney. Pamph. pp. 12. An interesting memoir of the first Englishman who landed in New South Wales. This pamphlet was privately printed and circulated by the Hon. Thos. Holt upon the completion of the monument erected by him to the memory of the illustrious navigator. Brabazon Brabazon?s New South Wales General Town Directory and Advertiser. vertiser. Sydney, 1843. Bvo. In addition to the Directory, the volume contains a list of the public and private vate institutions of Sydney. Bradshaw Bradshaw?s Almanac and General Guide for 1872-76. Sydney. Bvo. Contains a postal and road Guide, besides sides other useful information. Contains a good deal of valuable information mation on the production of silk in the Colony. Relates to the production of silk in the Colony. Brady .. Silk. By Chas. Brady, F.L.S, Sydney, 1871. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 25. Brady The Ailant Silkworm ?observations on its habit, management, &c. Contributed by Charles Brady. Sydney, 1868. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 38. Brady and Thorne. Silk Culture in New South Wales, By Charles Brady. Silk-growing, By Charles Thorne. Sydney, 1871. 4to. Pamph. pp. 8. Trustworthy account of the operations and experiments carried on in the production of silk in the Colony. A statistical, historical, and political account of the Colony, with a brief sketch of the various administrations to about 1844. Trustworthy. Braim History of New South Wales from its settlement to the close of the year 1844. By T. H. Braim. London, 1846. 2 vols. Bvo. (1.2.5.6.7) Breton Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Yan Dieman?s man?s Land, during the years 1830 to 1833. By Lieut. Breton, R.N. London, 1833. Bvo. Chiefly devoted to a description of the Aborigines in various parts of Australia. tralia. Has also short notes on the natural productions and early settlements ments of the Colony. Mr. Brodribb describes the mode of acquiring and of successfully working Station properties j and places before his readers in a clear manner the advantages which the Colonies afford to all industrious and sober men, in pastoral and agricultural pursuits. Describes the Assisted Emigration Scheme of Victoria and tbe Land Regulations of New South Wales. (3.4.5.) Brodribb. A plain statement of facts addressed to the small and large capitalists and the labouring classes in England land and elsewhere, on the great capabilities and natural advantages of the Australian Colonies, particularly ticularly New South Wales and Victoria, for emigration. By W. A. Brodribb, Esq., a late Member of the Legislature of Victoria, and a Magistrate of twelve years standing ing in that province of New South Wales, London, 1862. Pamph. pp. 32. (1.2.3.6) Broughton . (4.5) A letter in vindication of the principles ciples of the Reformation, addressed sed to Roger Therry, Esq., in consequence sequence of a speech delivered by him in the Roman Catholic Chapel at Sydney, on Sunday, July 29th, 1832. By the Rev. W. Grant Broughton, M.A., Archdeacon of New South Wales and its dependencies, dencies, Sydney, 1832. pp. 27. Religious controversy. Mode of Reference. Tull Title, &c. Remarks. A Charge delivered to the Clergy of New South Wales, at the visitation held on Thursday, Feb. 13th, 1834, in the Church of St. James, at Sydney, by W. Grant Broughton, M.A., etc. Sydney 1834. pp. 21. Religious. Broughton (4) A protest against the proposed system of general Education. Broughton (4) Education: a Petition. The humble Petition of William Grant Broughton, ton, Doctor in Divinity, Bishop and Ordinary Pastor of the Diocese of Australia. Sydney, 1836. Pamph. pp. 8. The Speech of the Bishop of Australia tralia at the Entertainment given to His Honor Mr. Justice Burton, on his return to the Colony. 27th May, 1841. Contains arguments in favour of extended and higher education. Broughton (4) The Speech of the Lord Bishop of Australia in the Legislative Council, upon the resolution for establishing a system of general Education. By the Bight Rev. W. G. Broughton, ton, D.D. Sydney, 1839. pp. 43. The Bishop contends that education cannot be properly given without religious instruction; and that religious ous instruction can only be given when the children of various denominations nations are separately taught. Broughton (4) A Speech delivered at the Committee mittee of Protestants, on Wednesday, day, August 3rd, 1836, on Education, tion, by the Bishop of Australia. Sydney, 1836. Bvo. pp. 23. Claiming that prayer, the reading of the Bible, and religious instruction, should form part of the duties in State supported Schools. Broughton (4) Circular on Roman Catholic Interference. ference. By the Right Rev. W. G. Broughton, D.D. Sydney, 1847. Fol. pp. 4. The Rev. W. Bodenham reported to the Bishop that an Episcopalian, residing in his parish, being near death, was visited by a Roman Catholic lic priest and induced to join the Roman Catholic Church. Broughton (4.5) A most important work on the Botany of New South Wales. Brown Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae et Insulae Yan Diemen, exhibens characteres Plantarum, quas annis 1802-1805, per oras utriusque insulae, collegit et descripsit Robertas Brown. Norimbergae, 1827. Bvo. Supplementum. London, don, 1830. Bvo. Political Portraits of some of the Members of the Parliament of New South Wales. By David Buchanan, Esq., Sydney, 1863. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 56. Sketches of the history and characteristics istics of some of the leading Public Men of the Colony. Buchanan.. The state of Religion and Education in New South Wales. By William Westbrook Burton, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. London, 1840. A valuable authority on the social condition dition of the Colony. Some of the statements made gave rise to controversy. versy. (See Ullathorne.) Burton Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Burton. Visitors? Guide to Sydney; comprising ing description of the City and its Institutions. By Edwin Burton. Sydney, 1874. 12mo. An excellent and correct description of Sydney at the present time. Contains tains valuable statistical information. (1.3.6.7) Busby .... (3.4) Authentic Information relative to New South Wales, and New Zealand. By James Busby. London, 1832. 12mo. Contains information for emigrants, and observations on Crown Lands, &c., to 1832. Bush Mission Reports of the New South Bush Missionary Society. Wales The Bush Missionary Society sends out itinerant missionaries and has local agents in every principal town in the Colony, now numbering about one hundred. Supported by the voluntary tary subscriptions of members of all Protestant denominations. Butterfield .. Letters to Members, &c., of the See Bush Mission. N.S.W. Bush Missionary Society. By Joseph Palmer and G., Butterfield. field. Sydney, 1864. Twelve years? wanderings in the That part which refers to New South Wales treats principally of the produce, duce, climate, state of society, and mode of government. Some of the statements made are questionable. Byrne ... (3.4) British Colonies, 1835-47. By J. C. Byrne. London, 1848. 2 vols. Cameron New South Wales; its progress and resources. (By A. M. Cameron.) Sydney, 1876. Bvo. A short but correct statistical account of the Colony to the end of the year 1874. (2.3.4) Campbell (3) The Crown Lands of Australia. By William Campbell. Glasgow, 1855. Bvo. Contains information on the land regulations, lations, and puts forth the grievances of the tenants of the Crown, and the alleged infringement of their rights. Catholic AL The Catholic Almanac and Directory for Divine Service in the Archdiocese diocese of Sydney. Sydney, 1854- 61. Contains some useful statistical information. mation. manac. ? Catholicus? An original Essay on Popular Education cation ; its general merits, and special adaptation to the circumstances stances of the Colony of New South Wales. By Catholicus. Sydney, 1848. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16. Suggests a modification of the Denominational national system, and the use of the Irish School Books. Contains several interesting and trustworthy worthy articles on New South Wales, Chambers Chambers?s Edinburgh Journal ? Conducted by W, & R. Chambers. London, 1833-53. 12 vols., fol. (1 to 6) Chambers Address to the People of New South Wales ; in opposition to, and refutation tation of the Grievance Petition of the Legislative Council to Parliament ment ; and displaying the impolicy of the Constitution Bills. By Chas. H. Chambers. Sydney, 1853. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 21. In opposition to the Petition for a new Constitution. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Chambers (1 to 4) Chapman (5) Chisholm. Chisholm. Church Church Church Church City Mission. (4) City Highi Refuge, (4) Chambers?s Encyclopaedia; a Dictionary onary of universal knowledge for the People. Illustrated with Maps and numerous Wood Engravings. By W. &R. Chambers. London, 1874, 10 vols, Roy. Bvo. Parliamentary Government or Responsible sponsible Ministries for the Australian Colonies. By H. S. Chapman. Tasmania, 1854. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 39. Emigration and transportation relatively latively considered, in a letter dedicated by permission to Earl Grey. By Mrs. Chisholm. London, 1847. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 36. What has Mrs. Chisholm done for Hew South Wales. Sydney, 1862. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 22. The Church of England, and the Sydney University. Sydney, 1852. Kemp & Fairfax. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 70. Minutes of Proceedings at a Meeting of the Metropolitan and Suffragan Bishops of the Province of Australasia, tralasia, held at Sydney, 1850. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 24. Report of a Committee of the Commission mission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, relative tive to the division in the Presbyterian terian Church of Hew South Wales; and relative documents. Edinburgh, 1840. Pamphlet, pp. 61. Appendix, pp. 53. Minutes of the Synod of Australia, in connexion with the established Church of Scotland. Sydney, 1840- 1842. Svo. Pamphlets. Reports of the Sydney City Mission, for 1863. Sydney. Svo. Pamph. pp. 23. City Hight Refuge and Soup Kitchen. Report, Sydney, 1870. Svo. Pamph. pp. 16. Has special articles at considerable length on Australia, Australasia, New South Wales, and Sydney; and contains the latest statistics. Advocates as full and complete adoption tion of the principles of the British Constitution as the circumstances of these Colonies will permit. Mrs. Chisholm recommends a liberal Emigration scheme, and urges that the difficulties in the way of emigration tion have caused many men to commit crimes that they might be transported, ported, and so obtain a free passage to the Colonies. Describes Mrs. Chisholm?s efforts in the cause of Immigration, and suggests that her services should be recognized nized and rewarded. Documents and correspondence reprinted printed from the Sydney Morning Herald, showing the demands made by the Church of England for a voice in the affairs of the University. This meeting was held in consequence of doubts existing as to how far the Ecclesiastical laws of England applied to the province of Australasia. Full of interesting information on the past History of the Presbyterian Church of Hew South Wales. Gives the names of Ministers and other information in reference to the Presbyterian byterian Church. Inaugurated 1861. Funds derived from private subscription from members bers of all sections of Protestant Churches. Instituted July 22nd, 1867. Upwards wards of 30,000 meals were given during the first year. In 1870, meals given, 70,000 ; night?s shelter, 14,000. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c, Remarks. Clacy Lights and Shadows of Australian Life. By Mrs. Clacy. London, 1854. 2 vols. Bvo. A novel founded on incidents of bush life in Australia. Mr. Clark was engaged by the Agent General in England to proceed to this colony for the purpose of advising the Government on the subject of the water supply and the drainage of the City of Sydney. Clark Sydney Water Supply : Report to the Government of New South Wales on various projects for supplying Sydney with water. By W. Clarke, C.E., Sydney, 1877. Eol. ?Sydney Drainage : Report to the Government of New South Wales on the interception and disposal posal of the drainage of the City of Sydney and Suburbs. By. W. Clark, C.E. Sydney, 1877. Eol. (1.2.5.) Clarke Effects of Eorest Vegetation on Climate, by the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A., F.R.S., &c., &c. Sydney, 1876. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 57. Written to prove the value of forests in conserving moisture in the soil. The disastrous results arising from indiscriminate destruction of forests proved by numerous quotations. Clarke. Researches in the Southern Gold Fields of New South Wales. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A., &c. Sydney, 1860. 12mo. Contains valuable facts connected with the great discovery of gold in New South Wales. Clarke Recent Geological Discoveries in Australasia. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A., &c. Sydney, 1861, Bvo. Contains valuable information as to the physical structure of New South Wales. A short Poem, occasioned by the murder of Commodore Goodenough at Santa Cruz, a small island in the South Pacific Ocean. Clarke Santa Cruz. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A., &c. Sydney, 1875. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 10, A Sermon preached in St. Thomas?s Church, Willoughby, on Sunday, 27th February, 1848. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A. Sydney, 1848. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 60. Refers to the doctrine and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. Clarke Sermon preached in St. Thomas?s Church, Willoughby, on Sunday morning, July 10th, 1864. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A. Sydney, 1864. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16. Preached in aid of funds for the relief of sufferers by the floods in the agricultural districts of the Colony. Clarke A Sermon preached in the Church of St. James, Sydney, on Thursday 24th June, 1840. By the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A., Sydney, 1840. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 20. Preached at the Anniversary of the Diocesan Committee of the Societies for the Propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts, and for promoting Christian knowledge. Clarke General Education considered with reference to the antagonistic bearings on it of the principles of the National System, defined as Socialism, Socinianism, and Infidelity. By H. N. Cockburn. Sydney, 1859. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 26. Enunciates the views of those favourable able to Denominational Education, asserts that it is the duty of Government ment to assist education, but not to control it, and that education-is not the province of the Clergy. Cockburn. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Cockerell... Scenes behind the Curtain, or acts and deeds of the Convict Detectives tives of New South Wales, as illustrated trated in the Trial which led to the conviction of John Cockerell. By J. T. Cockerell. Brisbane, 1861. Pamph. pp. 50. Cockerell was convicted of unlawful practices in connection with his business as pawnbroker, and exposes the conduct of those who prosecuted him. Collins. An account of the English Colony of New South Wales. Compiled from the MSS. of Lieut.-Governor King. By David Collins. London. 1798-1802. 2 vols. 4to. A detailed, and without doubt, faithful ful account, of events from the foundation dation of the Colony to the end of the year 1800. (1.2.4.5) Colman The New South Wales Almanac and Remembrancer for 1848. Published lished by W. A. Colman. Sydney. 12mo. Full of statistical information. Colonization The debate upon Mr. Ward?s resolulutions lutions on Colonization in the House of Commons, June 27th, 1839, containing taining the speeches of H. G. Ward, Esq., M.P., Sir William Molesworth, worth, Bart., M.P., and others. London, 1839. Bvo. Pamph., pp. 84. These speeches deserve careful consideration, deration, though they refer to an epoch in the Colony?s history which has passed away. Especial reference to the Banking Statistics tistics of Australia and the Securities issued by the respective Governments. Commerce Commerce and Finance of Australia, London, 1856. 12m0., pp. 51. (3.4.7) Connell The New South Wales Magisterial Digest. By H. Connell. Sydney, 1866. Bvo. A valuable legal work. Constitution. The New Constitution. A letter to Henry Parkes, Esq. By Conservative tive Squaretoes. Sydney, 1852. pp. 14. Objections to a proposal to form the Upper House from Members who had been previously elected as Members bers of the Council ; suggests that the Upper House should consist of 21 Members, viz. :?7 Official Members bers of the Government, and 14 nominated by the Governor for life. On the effect, influence, and composition tion of an Upper House for the Colony. Constitution. Observations on the proposed New Constitution for New South Wales. By an Old Colonist. Sydney, 1852. Pamph. pp. 16. Convict Bar- Government and General Orders, dated Ist May, 1819, relative to the Convict Barracks. Sydney, 1819. 16mo. Pamph. pp. 17. The Barracks were erected for the accommodation of those convicts in the immediate service of the Government. ment. racks. Contains account of the discovery of New South Wales by Captain Cook, and his landing at Botany Bay, April, 1770. The Three Yoyages of Captain James Cook round the World. London, 1821. 7 vols. Bvo. Chiefly consists of amusing incidents derived from Police and Law Reports. Corbyn Sydney Revels of Bacchus, Cupid, and Momus, etc. By C. A. Corbyn. byn. Sydney, 1854. Bvo. Mode of Reference- Full Title, &c. Remarks. Council of Education. Reports of the Council of Education upon the condition of Public Schools. Sydney, 1867-76. Fol. Yerj valuable information on social and educational matters. A Monograph of Australian Land Shells. By James C. Cox, M.D., &c. Sydney, 1868. Bvo. Catalogue of Specimens of the Australian tralian Land Shells, in the collection lection of James C. Cox, M.D., &c. Sydney, 1864. 12mo. Valuable contributions to the study of Concho! ogy. Cox & Co. Cox & Co.?s Sydney Post Office Directory for 1857. Sydney. Bvo. Contains but little information that is likely to be useful at the present day. Memoirs of Joseph Holt. Edited by T. Crofton Croker. London, 1838. 2 vols. Bvo. Gives a curious and interesting account of New South Wales from about 1800 to 1812. Some of the statements made are questionable. Croker Cunningham. (1 to 5) Two Years in New South Wales By Peter Cunningham, R.N. Lon don, 1827. 2 vols. 12mo. An excellent book of general information tion on the Colony. Dates from 1824 to 1826. Cunningham (3) Hints for Australian Emigrants, By Peter Cunningham. London 1841. Bvo. Contains observations on Australian grasses, methods of irrigation, &c. Governor Darling?s refutation of the charges of cruelty and oppression of the soldiers Sudds and Thompson, son, at Sydney, N.S.W., Nov., 1826. By Miles. London, 1832. pp. 32. Two soldiers committed a robbery in Sydney, and being convicted, were loaded with chains and iron-spiked collars of peculiar construction, which were said to have caused Sudds?s death. Darling (5) Debates in the House of Commons during the Session of 1835 upon Mr. Maurice O?Connell?s motion for a Select Committee to inquire into the conduct of General Darling whilst Governor of New South Wales; also the case of Captain Robison. London, 1835. Pamph. pp. 78. {See ? Robison.?) Darling (5) Letter addressed by Lieut.-Gen. R. Darling, late Governor of New South Wales, to Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P. London, 1832. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 48. In refutation of charges of maladministration administration and oppression brought against the Governor by Messrs. Hall and Hume. Darling (5) Narrative of the Surveying Voyages in His Majesty?s ships ?Adventure? and ?Beagle? between 1826 and 1836. Journal and Remarks ; by C. Darwin. London, 1839. 3 vols. Bvo. Chap. 21, vol. 3, is devoted to a description cription of Sydney, a trip over the Blue Mountains, and a short reference to social matters. Darwin Davison The Discovery and Geognosy of Gold Deposits in Australia, &e. By Simpson Davison. London, 1860. Bvo. Refers to the discovery of gold, the state of the gold-fields, and gives various papers and reports on the Aurageology of New South Wales. Dawson Present state of Australia, 1830-31 By R. Dawson. London, 1831, Bvo. Contains an excellent and correct description cription of the manners and customs of the Aboriginal inhabitants. De Boos Fifty Years ago. An Australian Tale, by Chas. De Boos. Sydney, 1867. Bvo. Portraying the peculiarities of our bush population, their modes of thought and expression. Deniehy (5) How I became Attorney Q-eneral of New Barataria. By D. H. Deniehy. Sydney, 1860. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 24. Varieties of Vice-regal Life. By Sir William Denison, K.C.B. London, 1870. 2 vols. Bvo. A satire on an incident in political affairs. Denison A considerable portion of the first volume is devoted almost exclusively sively to New South Wales, and is full of interesting information on almost every topic. Derwent Star The Derwent Star and Van Diemen?s Land Intelligencer. Hobart Town, Tuesday, April 3rd, 1810. Fob (A reprint.) Contains an account of the death and obsequies of Lieut.-Governor Collins. Destitute Society for the Belief of Destitute Children, Randwick. Reports. Sydney, 1853-71. Bvo. This is an important institution, supported by Government grants and voluntary contributions. Children. Dickinson A letter to the Honorable the Speaker of the Legislative Council on the formation of a Second Chamber in the Legislature of New South Wales. By John Nodes Dickinson, Esq., one of the Judges of the Supreme Court. Sydney, 1852. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 32. Proposes the creation of a Baronetage for New South Wales ; the dignity to be conferred on every fit and proper person who shall purchase a certain quantity of land, and settle a number of married couples as tenants upon it; the upper House to be formed by election, either by the people or by Parliament, of the required number of Baronets. Dobson Australian Cyclonology, or the Law of Storms in the South Pacific Ocean and on the Coasts of Australia, tralia, Tasmania, New Zealand, etc., etc. By Thomas Dobson, B.A. Tasmania, 1853. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 103. The Brisbane Water Cases. ' Being a narrative of the Trials of Messrs. Mr. Dobson has collected an immense amount of data on the subject of wind currents and hurricanes, and his deductions therefrom appear to have been carefully prepared. Donnison. Discloses a lax state of law, and various corrupt practices, which have long since ceased in the Colony, Bean, Donnison, and Moore, and their respective actions against Captain Faunce; illustrated with a few remarks on the Government of Sir Richard Bourke, etc. By H. Donnison. Sydney, 1838. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 89. A Form of Prayer with Thanksgiving ing to be used on Thursday, Nov. 12th, 1829, in all Churches and Chapels of the Establishment throughout New South Wales, in acknowledgment of the mercy of God in putting an end to the late severe drought, etc. By special command of His Excellency the Governor. Sydney, 1829. pp. 9. Drought (5) Commemorating the close of a long continued and disastrous drought. Mode of Full Title, &c. Remarks. Reference. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Duncan Duncan?s Weekly Register of Politics, tics, Facts and G-eneral Literature, Sydney, 1843-45. 4to. This journal, which reached only its 127 th number, contains many able articles, written during a period of almost unexampled commercial depression. pression. Duncan A plea for the New South Wales Constitution. By W. A. Duncan. Sydney, 1856. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 23. In favour of the present Constitution tution of the Colony. Lecture on National Education; delivered at the School of Arts, Brisbane. By W. A. Duncan Esq. Brisbane, 1850. Bvo. Pamph pp. 23. Favourable to the National System as opposed to the Denominational. Duncan., A letter to the Lord Bishop of Australia, containing remarks upon His Lordship?s protest against the Metropolitan and Episcopal Jurisdiction diction of His Grace the Archbishop bishop of Sydney. By W. A. Duncan. can. Sydney, 1843. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 24. Controversial (religious). Duncan. Duncan. A second letter to the Lord Bishop of Australia, in reply to the Lectures tures of the Rev. R. Allwood, 8.A., Minister of St. James?s, against the Bishop of Rome?s Supremacy. By W. A. Duncan. Sydney, 1843. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 40. Controversy between Protestants and Catholics in reference to Papal Supremacy. premacy. (See Allwood.) Duncan., On Self-supporting Agricultural Working Unions for the Labouring Classes. By W. A. Duncan. Sydney, 1844. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16. Agricultural Unions recommended. Duncan. Account of a Memorial presented to His Majesty by Captain Pedro Fernandez de Quir, concerning the population and discovery of the fourth part of the world, Australia the Unknown. From the Spanish, with an introductory Notice, by W. A. Duncan, Esq. Sydney, 1874. Bvo. A curious account of the supposed discovery of Australia by De Quiros in 1610. The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art. Edited by Joseph Dyer. Sydney, 1858-59. Bvo. Contains a large amount of valuable information on nearly all topics relating lating to New South Wales. Dyer (1 to 7) Eagar (5-7) Financial Statement: Speech of the Hon. Geoffrey Eagar, Colonial Treasurer, in moving the first resolution in Committee of Ways and Means, in the Legislative Assembly, on Thursday, the 27th September, 1866. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 39, and Appendix. Throw's a good deal of light on the state of the Colony, financially, about the year 1866. Appended is given an ?outline of a project for the establishment lishment of a National Bank.? Earl. Earl. Eden.., (3.4.5) Education Education Education Education Education Education Education Contributions to the Physical Geography graphy of South-eastern Asia and Australia. By George Windsor Earl, M.R.A.S. London, 1853. Bvo. Paraph, pp. 48. The Steam Route from Singapore to Sydney, via Torres Straits. By G. W. Earl. Reprinted from the ? Nautical Magazine.? London, (n.d.) Bvo. Pamph. pp. 20. The History of New Holland, from its discovery in 1616 to the present time. By the Right Hon. W. Eden. London, 1787. Bvo. Public Education. Regulations issued sued from the Colonial Secretary?s Office, Sydney, 24th September, 1841. 12mo. pp. 4. Minutes of His Excellency Sir Richard Bourke to the Legislative Council, Sydney, 1836. Fol. Concise statement of the principles of the British and Foreign School Society; with a sketch of the Society?s history and system of teaching. By the Australian School Society. Sydney, 1839. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 60. Statement explanatory of the System of Education administered by the National Board of New South Wales. Sydney, 1858. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 22. The Protestant Proceedings Vindicated cated from the imputation of political cal faction, etc.; being the substance of a Speech delivered at the General Committee of Protestants. Sydney, 1836. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 8. General Education Vindicated; being the Report from the Select Committee mittee on Education, etc. The Report of the Public Meeting at the School of Arts, on Saturday, Sept. 7th, etc,, etc., etc. Sydney, 1844. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 64. National Education: a series of letters in defence of the National System, against the attacks of an anopymous writer in the Sydney Morning Herald. By the Teachers of the National Schools of Sydney. 1857. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 48. A valuable treatise on the relation of Australia to the neighbouring islands, as shown by its physical character and the range of some of its plants and animals. Recommending the Torres Strait route for Mail service. Written by Lord Auckland ; gives a short but correct history of the discovery covery of New South Wales, with an account of its products and inhabit- Defines the manner in which aid will be afforded by Government to Public Schools. With reference to one day in the week besides Sunday being set apart for religious instruction in schools. Refers to the Society?s system of religious gious instruction. Contents : Establishment of schools ; teachers; list of hooka sanctioned by the Commissioners ; government of schools; conduct of schools; daily routine; time-table; non-vested schools. Opposed to the Irish System of National Education, as being ?subversive of the fundamental principle of Protestantism,? tantism,? and advocates, in any system tem of Education which the State may provide, the free and unrestricted use of the Holy Scriptures. In favour of Lord Stanley?s System of Education as a basis for general Education cation in this Colony. The principal points these letters endeavour deavour to prove are ?That the National tional System is not expensive ; that it is popular among all classes of the community; that it has made satisfactory factory progress, and is exactly suited to the wants of the Colony; that the National System is fully as religious as the Denominational, &c., &c. Mode of Full Title &c . Remarks. Reference. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Education General Education. The Protestant Resolutions and Petitions to His Excellency the Governor, Sir R. Bourke. Sydney, June 24th, 1836. Fol. Pamph. pp. 6. In favour of a system of Education combining religious instruction with the general course of lessons. Eipper.. (4) Statement of the Origin, Condition, and Prospects of the German Mission sion to the Aborigines at Moreton Bay. By the Rev. 0. Eipper. Sydney, 1841. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16 Conducted under the auspices of the Presbyterian (Dr. Lang?s) Church. An interesting account of the Aborigines, rigines, with short vocabulary of their language. Emigration.. (4) Direct remission advocated; being a consideration of the connection between the Waste Lands of the Colonies and Emigration. Sydney, 1848. pp. 20. ?Well worthy of perusal, and throws out one of the most valuable suggestions tions on the subject of Emigration,? viz., a proposal to issue to Emigrants ?Land Scrip to represent average cost of passage.? (Sydney Morning Herald .) See also Immigration. Encyclopaedia (1.3.4) Encyclopaedia Britannica; or, Dictionary tionary of Arts, Sciences, and General eral Literature. 7th edition. Adam and Chas. Black. Edinburgh, 1842. 24 vols. 4to. Contains interesting and truthful description cription of Sydney up to 1836. All the Colonies of Australia are included under the general head Australasia, and the notices are brief. Entomological Society. Transactions of the Entomological Society of New South Wales. Sydney, 1862-73. Bvo. Refers to the structure, uses, habits, and functions of the insect tribes found in New South Wales and other parts of Australia. Fairfax Handbook of Australasia. By W Fairfax. Melbourne, 1859. 12mo A useful work of reference, and contains a list of works on Australia. Farrer Grass and Sheep Farming : a Paper, speculative and suggestive. By William Farrer, B.A. Sydney, 1873. Bvo. Contains useful observations on the pastoral resources of the Colony, its Land Law, &c. Field Geographical Memoirs of New South Wales. By Barron Field, F.L.S. Loudon, 1825. Bvo. An interesting work. Contains some valuable papers on the Geography, Geology, &c. of the Colony, by other authors. The information respecting the rivers of New South Wales is trustworthy. Fisher Colonial Law Reform. By T. J. Fisher, Barrister-at-law. Sydney, 1870. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 27. Refers to the Draft Colonial Law Reform form Act of 1869, the ends in view being ??the facilitating, simplifying, cheapening, and expediting the administration ministration of justice in the Supreme Court of the Colony.? Fitzgerald (3) Australian Orchids. By R. D. Fitzgerald, gerald, F.L.S. Sydney, 1876-77. Parts I?3.1 ?3. Atlas folio. A work of great merit, and an interesting esting display of botanical and artistic talent. Flanagan.. (1 to 7) The History of New South Wales. By R. Flanagan. London, 1862, 2 vols. Bvo. Carefully compiled, and forms a very trustworthy and unprejudiced source of information. Has an index. Flinders Yoyage to Terra Australis, 1801-3. London, 1814. 2 vols. 4to. Atlas, fol. Contains an account of the survey of the East Coast of Australia, its scenery, climate, &c. In addition to the Directory, it contains a list of the public and private Institutions tutions in Sydney. With the exception of an account of the Revenues of New South Wales and a Table of Public Statutes, it does .not contain much information respecting pecting the Colony. Valuable suggestions for the occupation of Crown Lands. Squatting system, plan of tendering for runs, etc. Forster A very amusing, but for the most part erroneous and misleading account of Colonial life. Gives a general and accurate description of the City of Sydney, its Public Buildings, Institutions, &c. Refers to Parliamentary corruption and Reform, Revenue and Expenditure, ture, Railways, Magistracy, Public Buildings, &c. The Library contained, at the end of 1876, about 30,000 vols., including upwards of 800 works relating to Australasia. tralasia. One of a series of letters discussing the propriety of Protestants assisting towards the erection of St. Mary?s (Roman Catholic) Cathedral. Colonial Agriculture. A course of Gives valuable statistical information, and also suggestions as to crops that might be profitably grown in the Colony. Though treating principally of the Geology of New Ulster, a province of New Zealand, several pages aro devoted to the geology and to the then recently discovered auriferous deposits of New South Wales. Geological Topographical Sketches of the Province of New Ulster. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 28. Geological .. (3) Mode of Full Title, &c. Remarks. Reference. ]7 orc [ Ford?s Sydney Commercial Directory In addition to the Directory, it contains m for 1851. Sydney. 12mo. a list of the public and private Insti- tutions in Sydney. Ford Australian Almanac and Repository With the exception of an account oi (7)"' of Useful Knowledge. Published the Revenues of New South Wales v y by W. and F. Ford. Sydney, and a Table of Public Statutes, it doei 1850-54. 12mo. .not contain much information res pecting the Colony. Forster Land and Squatting Question recon- Valuable suggestions for the occupatioi (4 5) sidered. By William Forster. Syd- of Crown Lands. Squatting systen ney, 1855. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 32. plan of tendering for runs, etc. Fowler Southern Lights and Shadows. By A very amusing, but for the most pai Frank Fowler. London, 1859. erroneous and misleading account c 12mo. Colonial life. Fowles Sydney in 1818, illustrated by copper- Gives a general and accurate descriptk (1) plate Engravings. From Drawings of the City of Sydney, its Publ of Joseph Fowles. Sydney, 1848. Buildings, Institutions, &c. 4to. Francis The present and future Government Refers to Parliamentary corrupti (4.5) of New South Wales. By Henry and Reform, Revenue and Expem Francis. Sydney, 1869. 8vo. ture, Railways, Magistracy, Pub Pamph. pp. 48. Buildings, &c. Free Public Catalogue of the Free Public The Library contained, at the end Library. Library, Sydney, 1876. Sydney, 1876, about 30,000 includ 1878. Roy. 8vo. upwards of 800 works relating to A tralasia. Fulton A letter to the Rev. W. B. Ulla- Controversial. See ? Ullathorne.? (4.5) thorne, C.K.G., in answer to ?A few words to the Rev. H. Fulton and his readers.? By the Rev. H. Fulton. Sydney, 1833. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 54. Fulton Strictures on a letter lately written One of a series of lc' (4) by Roger Therry, Esq., in New the propriety of Prr South Wales, to Edward Blount, towards the erect' Esq., M.P. By the Rev. H. Fulton, (Roman Catholi' A.B., Chaplain of Castlereagh, in New South Wales. Sydney, 1833. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 39. Geddes Colonial Agriculture. A course of Gives val (3) four Lectures delivered in the School and a 1 of Arts, Maitland, during the year mig 1 1845. By William Geddes. Sydney, Cc 1855. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 40. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Narrative of a Journey round the World. By F. Gerstsecker. . London, don, 1853. 3 vols. Bvo. Gcrstaecker The third volume contains a description tion of Sydney in 1851, at the time of the discovery of gold in the Colony. Gordon The Australian Handbook and Almanac, and Shippers and Importers? ers? Directory for 1876. London (Gordon & Gotch). Bvo. Contains the most recent information with reference to the resources, trade, population, and general statistics of the Colony. Goidd The Birds of Australia. By John Gould, F.R.S. London, 1848. 7 vols. fol. The Mammals of Australia. tralia. London, 1863. 3 vols. fol. By John Gould, F.R.S. One of the most valuable contributions to the Natural History of Australia. Graham Lawrence Struilby 5 or observations and experiences during twenty-five years of bush life in Australia. Edited by John Graham. London, 1863. 12mo. Incidental sketches of bush life, and gives a truthful picture of the habits and character of the Aborigines. The Lizards of Australia and New Zealand. By J. E. Gray, Ph. D. London, 1867. 4to. An important contribution to the Natural History of the Colony. Greenwood New South Wales Public School League for making Primary Education tion National, Secular, Compulsory, and Free. Summary of facts and principles. By Jas. Greenwood, M.A. Sydney, 1874. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 15. Opposed to the present system of Denominational Education. Greville Greville?s Official Post Office Directory tory and Gazetteer of New South Wales. 1875 to 1877. Sydney, 1876. Bvo. Full of information on almost every subject relating to the Colony, to the latest date. (1 to 7) Griffiths The present state and prospects of the Port Phillip District of New South Wales. By Charles Griffiths. Post Bvo. Dublin, 1845. Gives an account of that part of the Colony before separation ; its population, tion, squatting system, &c. (3.4.5) Gurner. Chronicle of Port Phillip, now the Colony of Victoria, from 1770 to 1840. By Henry Field Gurner. Melbourne, 1876, Bvo. Pamph. pp. 52. An apparently very correct compilation. Refers in some measure to the past history of New South Wales. Hannaford . Jottings in Australia ; or Notes on the Flora and Fauna of Victoria. By S. Hannaford. Melbourne, 1856. 12mo. A useful little book. Has some reference to the Botany of New South Wales. Hargraves (3.5) Australia and its Gold Fields. By E. H. Hargraves. London, 1855. 12mo. Relates to the discovery and theories as to the source of gold in Australia. Harvey (3) Phycologia Australica; or, a History of Australian Seaweeds. By W. H. Harvey, M.D., &c. London, 1858. 5 vols. Roy. Bvo. Gives ample and interesting information tion on Australian Marine Botany, with description of the Marine Algse of New South Wales. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Gives a truthful description of life in the interior of the Colony. Recollections of Bush Life in Airs tralia. By the Rev. H. W. Hay garth. London, 1861. 12mo. Haygarth (4) Written to oppose the recognition in Victoria of coin issued by the Sydney ? Mint. Hellicar . (3.8) Coin and Currency; being an inquiry into the probable effect of legalizing as currency the coinage of the Sydney Mint. By Valentine Hellicar. licar. Melbourne, 1856. Bvo. Excursions and Adventures in New South Wales. By J. Henderson, London, 1851. 2 vols. 12mo. A true account of the climate of New South Wales, and of the manners and customs of the colonists, &c., at the time it was written. Henderson . (2.4) Refers principally to the political economy and natural history of the Colony. Written about the year 1830. Observations on the Colonies of New South Wales, &c. By John Hen' derson. Calcutta, 1832. Bvo. Henderson , An excellent and truthful description of the Colony, especially with reference to the various Public and Charitable Institutions at the present time. What we saw in Australia. Bv R, and F. Hill. London, 1875. Bvo A faithfid description of the physical aspect of the country its rivers, mountains, etc. ; and of the aborigines?their nes?their wars, festivals, etc. Hodgkinson (1.3.4.) Australia, from Port Macquarie to Moreton Bay, with description of the Natives, their manners and customs, etc. By Clement Hodgkinson. kinson. London, 1845. Bvo. Reminiscences of Australia. By C. Relates principally to life in the P. Hodgson. London, 1846. 12mo. interior of the Colony, productions, Hodgson . (3.4) In the fourth volume there is a short description of New South Wales. Voyage round the World, including Africa, Asia, Australasia, &c. By Jas. Holman. London, 1834. 4 vols. Bvo. Holman An exposition of the principles of State Education, showing the connection between vice and ignorance. An expose of both the Denominational and National systems as at present conducted, and offers suggestions for the alteration of the educational system tem of the Colony. Holt. Two Speeches on the subject of Education cation in New South Wales. Delivered livered in the Legislative Assembly, Sydney, by the Hon. Thos. Holt, Esq., M.P. Sydney, 1857. Pamph. pp. 39. Australia and the East; being a Journal narrative of a voyage to N.S.W. in an emigrant ship, with a Gives a sketch of the history and productions ductions of the Colony, and of life in the bush, with some account of the Hood (2 to 5) residence of some months in aborigines, climate, &c, Sydney and the bush, etc. By John Hood. London, 1843. Bvo. Contains valuable botanical information tion in connection with the Colony. Hooker On the Flora of Australia its origin, affinities, and distribution. B. J. D. Hooker, M.D. London, 1859. 4to. Mode of Reference Full Title, &c. Remarks. Hornby (4) The Cruise round the World of the Flying Squadron, 1869-70, under the command of Rear-Admiral G. T. Phipps Hornby. (By Lieut. Bruce.) London, 1871. Bvo. An inaccurate and absurd account of the state of society in Sydney. Horne Australian Facts and Prospects, By R. H. Horne. London, 1859. 12mo. The small portion which refers to Hew South Wales gives a fairly correct view of Colonial society, &c. Horticultural Horticultural Magazine and Gardener?s dener?s Calendar of New South Wales. Sydney, 1865. Bvo. Full of information on all subjects connected with Colonial gardening. Magazine (3) Moulding (4) Rural and City Life; or the Fortunes tunes of the Stubble Family. By Old Boomerang (J. R. Moulding). London, 1870. Bvo. A most amusing story of Australian life, full of humour, and containtaining taining some picturesque descriptions of Australian scenery. Moulding (4) Australian Capers; or, Christopher Cockle?s Colonial Experience. By Old Boomerang (J. R. Moulding). London, 1867. Bvo. A fictitious but very humourous account of the adventures of an immigrant in Australia. Throws a good deal of light upon the manners and peculiarities liarities of the Colonists. Houlding..,. (4) Australian Tales and Sketches from Real Life. By Old Boomerang (J. R. Houlding). London, 1868. 8 vo. Lively and clever sketches, abounding with incident peculiar to Australia. Hovell An Answer to the Preface to the second edition of Mr. Hamilton Hume?s ?A Brief Statement of Facts.? By W. H. Hovell. Sydney (ca.) 1855. Pamph. Bvo. pp. 10. This was written in refutation of certain charges brought against him by Hume (q. v.) in connection with the overland journey to Port Phillip, Hovell and Journey of Discovery to Port Phillip in 1824-25. By W. H. Hovell and H. Hume. Edited by W. Bland. Sydney, 1837. Bvo. An early, interesting, and trustworthy description of the interior of New South Wales. Hume. Howard Biographical Sketch of the late Allan Cunningham, Esq., F.L.S.. M.R.G.S., &c. By Robert Howard, F.L.S. London, 1842. Bvo. An account of the Botany of New South Wales, as described by the indefatigable defatigable and ill-fated botanist, Allan Cunningham. Howe New South Wales Pocket Almanack. Compiled and printed by George Howe. Sydney, 1808-26. 12mo. Contains a great deal of information on almost all subjects of interest connected nected with the Colony. (3 to 7) Howe Australian Almanack. Edited, prim ted, and compiled by Robert Howe Sydney, 1827-32. 12mo. Same as the foregoing, (3 to 7) Howitt. Australia: Historical, Descriptive; and Statistic. By R. Howitt London, 1845. 12mo. Gives a correct description of Australia generally, but little reference is made to New South Wales. Howitt The History of Discovery in Australia, tralia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, land, from the earliest date to the present day. By William Howitt. London, 1865. 2 vols. Bvo. Refers, with the exception of an excellent cellent account of the discoveries of the Portugese and Dutch, almost exclusively clusively to expeditions into the interior terior of the Colony. In favour of a free, self-supporting system of Immigration. Opposed to the bounty system and assisted Immigration, on the ground that the labouring classes in the Colony would suffer by the introduction tion of others of the same class. Mode of Full Title, &c. Remarks. Reference. Hughes The Australian Colonies, their origin A short but correct account of the (2.3.4) and present condition. By W. Colony, with remarks on the climate, Hughes. London, 1852. 12mo. &c. H ume A Brief Statement of Facts in con- The object of this statement was to (1 4 5) nection with an overland expedi- show that the expedition under Hovell ' ' dition from Lake George to Port and Hume (q. v.) was conducted by Phillip, in 1824. By Hamilton Hume, and that to his exertions Hume. Third edition. Yass, its success was chiefly owing. 1874. 8vo. Hunter Historical Journal of the Trans- A diary of events, from the sailing of (1 2 5) actions at Port Jackson and Nor- the first expedition under Captain folk Island. By John Hunter, Phillip to the beginning of the year E.N. Lond., 1793. 4to. 1792. Written by a former Governor of the Colony. Illustrated Illustrated Sydney News Almanac Contains, besides other information, Sydney (Saxby) for 1865. Published by an apparently correct statistical view News. Clarson, Shallard & Co. Sydney, of the progress of New South Wales, (3.5) 8vo. from 1859 to 1863. Immigration Debate in the Legislative Council of ? In short, any sacrifice must be made (4.5) New South Wales, and other docu- rather than not have Emigrants: ments, on the subject of Immigra- Emigrants the Colony must have, by tion to the Colony. Published some means or other. Mr, It. under the direction of the Aus- Jones speech. tralian Immigration Association. Sydney, 1840. 8ro. Pamph. pp. Sec also Emigration. 51. Immigration Fund for promoting Female Emi- Shows the readiness with which all (4 5) gration. First Report of the Com- respectable females were provided mittee. London, 1851. 8vo. with suitable employment at good Pamph. pp. 87. wages on their arrival at Sydney. Immigration Expenditure of the Land Fund of Advocates the prosecution of Public (4.5) New South Wales in the Colony, Works as a means of encouraging and principally on Public Works, Immigration by creating a demand as a means of promoting and sup- for labour. porting Immigration. Sydney, 1842. Sro. Pamph. pp. 24. Immigration A few copies of letters, and some Exposes the careless manner in which (4.5) remarks upon sundry documents the system was w r orked in 183o, and on the subject of Female Emigra- its fearful effect on public morals, tion. By the Superintendent of the ? Layton,? emigrant ship. Syd- ney, 1836. Pamph. pp. 32. Immigration Thoughts on Emigration. By an In favour of a free, self-supporting (4.5) Old Colonist. Bathurst, 1856. system of Immigration. Pamph. pp. 12. Immigration . Bounty Immigration. A letter to Opposed to the bounty system and (4.5) the Members of the Legislative assisted Immigration, on the ground Council. By ?One who has handled that the labouring classes in the the Spade.? Melbourne, 1855. Colony would suffer by the introduc- 8vo. Pamph. pp. 71. tion of others of the same class. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Immigration (3.4.5) The Emigrant?s Guide to New South Wales, Yan Diemen?s Land, Lower Canada, Upper Canada, and New Brunswick, containing an enumeration ration of the advantages which each Colony offers; with the Regulations lations adopted by His Majesty?s Government to facilitate Male and Female Emigration; the price of passage, etc., etc. By the Emigration gration Commissioners. London, 1832. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 34. Gives market prices at Sydney in-1832, -1832, and other statistical and general information of use to intending Emigrants. Immigration (3.4.5) An impartial examination of all the Authors on Australia, Official Documents, and the Reports of private individuals, as evidences of the advantages of Emigration, etc., etc. By an Intending Emigrant. London, 1838. 12mo. pp. 92. A very useful compilation, affording a large amount of reliable information on a variety of subjects. James Six months in South Australia, with some account of Port Philip and Portland Bay, in Australia Felix ; with advice to Emigrants, &c., &c. By T. Horton James. London, 1838. 12mo. In addition to a short description of Sydney the book contains an account of a ? ride of six hundred miles from Sydney to Melbourne, through the district of Illawarra.? (1.3.4.) Jameson New Zealand, South Australia, and New South Wales; a record of recent travels in these Colonies. By R. G. Jameson. London, 1842. 12mo. Contains useful information on agriculture, culture, trade, climate, productions, and Colonial society. (2.3.4.) J enkins., Universal Education. A lecture by R. L. Jenkins, Esq., M.L.A., on 21st Nov., 1859. Together with Petitions presented to Parliament. Sydney, 1859. Pamph. pp. 57. In favour of free education, the fundsto to be raised by tea and sugar duties. Jobson. Australia; with notes by the way, on Egypt, Ceylon, Bombay, and the Holy Land. By F. J. Jobson, D.D. London, 1862. Bvo. Gives a short description of Sydney and Suburbs, with remarks on the state of Religion in the Colony. Johnson. Questions on Australian and General Geography. By Miss Johnson. Sydney, 1870. 16mo. A useful little book, in the form of questions and answers. Johnston. The Art of Farming, adapted to the Colonies. By William Johnston. Sydney, 1873. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 53. Relates to the properties of the soil, the effects of the climate on the vegetable productions, breeding and rearing of stock, &c. Judges.... (4.5.) The Judges? Salaries Act. The measure explained and vindicated, in a letter to E. C. Weekes, Esq., M.L.A. By Fair Play. Sydney, 1857. Pamph. pp. 9. Shows the increased cost of the necessaries saries of life in the Colonies, and the extension of the responsibilities and labours of the Judges, as a reason for more liberal salaries. Jukes A Sketch of the Physical Structure of Australia. By J. Beete Jukes, M.A. London, 1850. Bvo. A short but valuable and accurate account of the geological structure of the country. Lectures on Gold, for the instruction tion of Emigrants about to proceed to Australia. By J. B. Jukes and others. London, 1852. Bvo. Lord Roger in his War Paint. By John E. Kelly. Sydney, 1876. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 111. An interesting paper on the Geology of Australia. ?Jukes. Written by the Editor of the ? Stockwhip,? whip,? and refers to Archbishop Yaughan?s Advent Conference Pamphlets lets ( q. v.) Kelly. Kendall Leaves from Australian Forests. By H. Kendall. Melbourne, 1869. 12mo. Poems and Songs. By H. Kendall. Sydney, 1862. 12mo. ? Consists almost entirely of descriptive tive poems. . . . The author paints the scenery of his native land with the hand of a master.?? Barton's Literature in N.S.W. Kennedy. (1.4.5) Enquiry taken at Sydney, before J. L. Innes, Esq., and H. H. Browne, Esq., relative to the death of E. B. C. Kennedy and others, who left Sydney on an exploring expedition dition in Tropical Australia on the 29th day of April, 1848. (MS.) The sad fate of Kennedy, who was speared by the blacks, and the fidelity of his black boy, Jacky Jacky, give special interest to this expedition. Mr. W. Carron, one of the survivors of the Expedition, was for many years connected with the Botanical Gardens, Sydney. Kennedy... (1 to 5) Extracts from the Journal of an Exploring Expedition into Central Australia, to determine the course of the River Barcoo (Victoria) 1847-8. By E. B. Kennedy, Esq. With Notes by the Rev. W. B. Clarke, M.A. London. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 54. A thoroughly scientific and practical report of the country traversed. The party was subjected to great privations tions at times for want of water. Kennedy generally reports favourably of the conduct of the blacks met with. Meteorological Journal, with Notes by Rev. W. B. Clarke. Kentish Thoughts on the proposed Address and Petition of the Colonists of New South Wales to the King. By N. L. Kentish, Esq. Sydney, 1831. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 41. Refers to the Church and Corporation Lands, the promotion of Emigration, to the discontinuance of transportation, tion, and to the Government Order discontinuing the disposal of unlocated located land by grant, and requiring immediate payment of all arrears of ? quit rent.? Refers to the withdrawal of convict labour, and suggests an extensive and permanent tide of immigration from the United Kingdom. The memorial appended is a petition for the continuance tinuance of transportation and assignment ment system. Kentish Political Economy of N.S.W., developed veloped in a series of letters addressed dressed to the Colonists themselves, on the present state and future prospects of this interesting, important, portant, and peculiar Colony. Also, the Memorial of the Colonists on several important subjects to the Queen, Lords and Commons, by N. L. Kentish. Sydney, 1838. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 52. Abstract from a Meteorological Journal nal kept at Port Stephens, New South Wales, during the years 1843 to 1847, by Captain Phillip, P. King, R.N., F.R.S. Tasmania. Bvo. pp. 4. Australia may be an extensive winegrowing growing country. By James King. Edinburgh, 1857. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16, and Mr. King?s Wine Report, port, 1851. pp. 8. Contains a table giving the monthly mean temperature and evaporation for five years. Contains useful and trustworthy information formation as to the progress made in the production of wine in the Colony. ErfBeV/e. Fall Title, &c. Eemarls. Mode of Reference. Fall Title, &c. Remarks. Kingston. (2) Diagrams showing the average monthly rainfall in Adelaide, Melbourne, bourne, and Sydney, 1839-74, as registered by Sir C. S. Kingston. Adelaide, 1874, fol. These diagrams show the average monthly and the maximum and minimum rainfall in each month, compiled from official records. That part relating to Sydney dates from 1840 to 1874. Knaggs (3) The Newcastle Business Directory, and Hunter River District Almanac, manac, published by E. C. Knaggs and Co. Newcastle, 1870-76. Bvo. Newcastle Nautical Almanac, published lished by E. C. Knaggs and Co. Newcastle, 1874-75. Bvo. Contain statistics of the Port of Newcastle, castle, and other information. Krefft The Snakes of Australia; an illustrated trated and descriptive Catalogue of all the known species. By Gerard Krefft, P.L.S., &c. Sydney, 1869. 4to. A valuable addition to the natural history tory of New South Wales. Krefft Catalogue of Mammalia in the collection tion of the Australian Museum By Gerard Krefft. Sydney, 1864, 12mo. Contains a list of a large number of mounted examples of Australian Mammals, Labillardiere Novae Hollandise Plantarum Specimen men Auctore J. J. de Labillardiere. Paris, 1804. 2 vols. 4to. An important work on the Botany of Australia. Lands Report from the Select Committee on the disposal of Lands in the British Colonies. London, August Ist, 1836. Polio. W. W. Whitmore, E. G. Wakefield, and Colonel Torrens, examined in reference ference to the proper mode of disposal of land in Australia. Lands Alienation of Crown Lands. The Crown Lands Acts, with the Regulations lations and Porms thereunder; also the Commons Regulation Act. Sydney, 1873. Bvo. This volume contains all the Regulations at present in force relative to the occupation cupation of the Land. A most comprehensive prehensive fund of information. Lands, Report of the Debate on the Alienation tion of Crown Lands in New South Wales, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, 7th June, 1832. London, 1832. Bvo. Pamph. PP- 16. . . The Land Question familiarly and practically considered, by a Practical cal Man. Sydney, 1856. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 27. Refers to a Government Order, issued in Sydney in 1831, by which the Regulations then in force respecting grants of lands in New South Wales were withdrawn, and others promulgated. gated. Pre-emptive right to be allowed to present sent holders of runs. Runs in proximity to towns stopping settlement, ment, to be resumed. Describes the quality of the land on the different rivers. Objects to the auction system tem of selling land. Lands Lang Botany Bay. By John Lang, Esq. London, 1859. 12mo. A most amusing little book. The various ous legends of the Colony, mostly relating to remarkable convicts, are founded upon truth, though treated in the form of fiction. Lang Precdom and Independence for the Golden Lands of Australia. By the Rev. J. D. Dr. Lang, D.D. London, 1852. 12mo. Relates to the social and political state of the Colony. Lang (1 to 7) Lang .... (3.4) An Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Fourth edition. London, 1875. 2vols. Bto. Poems, Sacred and Secular. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1873, 12mo. A letter to the Eight Hon. Lord Stanley, occasioned by certain observations in the speech of His Excellency Sir G. Gipps. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1845. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 21. The Question of Questions; or, is this Colony to be transformed into a Province of the Popedom ? A letter by J. D. Lang, D.D. Sydney, 1841. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 61. Three Lectures on the impolicy and injustice of religious establishments ments in the Australian Colonies. By J. D. Lang, D.D. Sydney, 1856. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 76. The Coming Event! or Freedom and Independence for the seven united Provinces of Australia. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1870. Bvo. Cooksland, in North-eastern Australia. tralia. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. London, 1847. 12mo. Transportation and Colonization; or the causes of the comparative failure of the transportation system. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. London, 1837, 12mo. Free Church Morality in three of its developments in New South Wales. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1876. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 45. Eine deutsche Colonie in stillen Ocean. Yon J. D. Lang, Dr. Theol., etc., aus dem englischen �bersetzen. Leipzig, 1848. Bvo. pp. 45. An ample and minute account ef New South Wales, containing most interesting esting information, from the discovery of Australia to the year 1874. Full of correct statistical extracts. A review of the third edition of this work is given in Barton?s ? Literature in New South Wales,? p. 124. Contains translations of two or three aboriginal songs. In some of the poems, Australian scenery and events are pleasingly portrayed. Refers to various Addresses of the Legislative Council to Her Majesty, praying for alterations in the Constitution. stitution. The Governor, in his speech, appears to have imputed to the Council disloyal motives. The object of this letter was to expose certain practices on the part of the London agents; particularly in sending out to the Colony too large a proportion of Roman Catholic immigrants, grants, under the private bounty system. Directed against the system of State support to religion in New South Wales. The object of this work is to advise ? the speedy and entire political separation of the united Colonies of Australia from the Mother Country, and their erection into a sovereign and independent State.? Gives a good deal of accurate information mation on the geographical features and the natural and artificial productions tions of the north-eastern portion of the Colony. Illustrative of the failure of the transportation portation system, and points out the extent to which free emigration to the Colony is practicable under the existing land-selling system. Refers to certain occurrences in connection nection with the Presbyterian Church in New South Wales; and gives a short history of the founding of St. Andrew?s College. ? Another instance of Dr. Lang?s indefatigable efforts to promote emigration to this part of the World.? Barton?s Literature in N. S. W. Mode of Full Title, &c. Remarks. Reference- The Convict?s Bank; or a plain statement of the case of alleged embezzlement on the part of Messrs. G-. D. Lang and F. L. Drake, of the Branch Bank of New South Wales, at Ballaarat. By J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1855. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 58. Emigration; considered chiefly in reference to the practicability and expediency of importing and settling throughout the territory of New South Wales a numerous, industrious, and virtuous agricultural cultural population. A lecture; by J. D. Lang, D.D. Sydney, 1833. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 18. Refers to a trial which took place in Victoria. It has also reference to New South Wales, and throw's some light on Colonial social life, and on the administration of justice in the Colonies twenty years ago. Lang Recommends that the proceeds of all sales of Crown Land be devoted to the encouragement of emigration, and to promote the formation of small agricultural communities throughout the Colony. Narrative of the settlement of the Scots? Church, Sydney. By J. D. Lang, D.D. Sydney, 1828. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 108. A most interesting account of the origin and progress of the Presbyterian terian Church in New South Wales. Refers to an attempt at that date to found a College in Sydney, for the education of youth on the principle of the Schools and Colleges of Scotland. Account of the steps taken in England with a view to the establishment lishment of an Academical Institution tution or College in New South Wales. By the Rev. J. D. Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1831. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 27. A Sermon preached on Sunday, June 15th, 1823, to the congregation gation of Scots? Presbyterians. Sydney, 1823. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 18. Preached in aid of funds for the erection of a Scots? Church in Sydney. Contains a large amount of information, mation, besides an excellent description tion of the overland route from Sydney to Melbourne. Phillipsland ; or the country designated nated Port Phillip. By J. D. Lang, D.D., Ac. London, 1847- 12mo. The Fatal Mistake, or how New South Wales has lost caste in the world through misgovernment in the matter of immigration. By John Dunmore Lang, D.D., &c. Sydney, 1875. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 33. The object of this pamphlet is to show the impolicy of diverting the revenue derived from land, originally appropriated priated exclusively to promote immigration, gration, to other purposes. Lavers. Testimonials as to the efficacy of Mr. J. V. Lavers?s patented process for preserving in a fresh condition the flesh of animals recently killed. Sydney, 1870, Bvo. Pamph. pp. 18. Refers to a method for preserving fresh killed Australian meat, partly with the view of supplying the markets kets of Great Britain and the Continent nent of Europe. Ledger... (3.5) The Alpaca; its introduction into Australia, and the probabilities of acclimatization there. By George Ledger. Melbourne, 1861. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 35. Gives a correct history of the introduction duction of the Alpaca into the Colony, and shows the adaptability of the climate and pasturage of New South Wales to their successful and profitable maintenance. Reference. Ful1 Title > &c - Remarks. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Leigh Lhotsky . (1.3.4) Lindt Linnean So ciety. (3) Lowe Lutwyche (5) Lycctt. The Handbook of Sydney and Suburbs. urbs. Published by S. T. Leigh & Co. Sydney, 1869. Bvo. Journey from Sydney to the Australian tralian Alps, undertaken in the months of January, February, and March, 1834 ; being an account of the geographical and natural relations tions of the country traversed, and the Aborigines; together with some general information of the Colony of Hew South Wales. By Dr. John Lhotsky. Sydney, 1835. Bvo. Australian Aborigines; photographed graphed by J. W. Lindt. TVelve photographs in portfolio. 4to. Sydney, 1874. The proceedings of the Linnean Society of Hew South Wales. Yol. 1. 8 vo. Sydney, 1877. The City of Sydney Directory for 1844-5 and 1847 ?Compiled by Francis Low. Sydney. Bvo. The impending Crisis ; an Address to the Colonists of Hew South Wales on the proposed Land Orders. By Robert Lowe, Esq., M.L.C. Sydney, 1847. Bvo. Paraph, pp. 8. Speech of Robert Lowe, Esq., Member ber of the Legislative Council of Hew South Wales, for the City of Sydney, on Tuesday, 7th August, 1849. Sydney, 1849. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 30. Speech on the Australian Colonies? Bill. By Robert Lowe, Esq., late Member for Sydney. June Ist, 1850. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 32. Electoral Reform: Report of a speech delivered in the Legislative Council by the Hon. Alfred J. P. Lutwyche. Sydney, 1858. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 35. Yiew r s in Australia ; or, Hew South Wales and Yan Diemen?s Land; delineated in 50 views, with descriptive scriptive letter-press. Dedicated by permission to Earl Bathurst, &c. 1 vol. Oblong 4to. London, 1824. Another edition with colored plates. A condensed, but on the whole correct, description of the public buildings and institutions of Sydney, their administration, &c. Lhotsky claims the discovery of hot and mineral springs. The book contains tains other matters of interest. Portraits of Aborigines of the Clarence River District of Hew South Wales. ? Instituted for the cultivation and study of the Science of Hatural History in all its branches.? Contains a good deal of useful information, mation, and gives a chronological table of remarkable events. Objects to a proposal to divide the Colony into three districts, viz., settled, intermediate, and unsettled ; and to the regulations for selling and leasing the land in the different districts. In reference to a so-called Consistorial Court in the case of the Rev. Mr. Russell. Mr. Lowe objects to the Bishop?s course of procedure. Suggests reduction of the qualification for franchise; a Constitution of tw r o Chambers; not in favour of a Federal Government for Australia. Favourable to reform, but opposed to vote by ballot. Hot in the Free Public Library, Sydney ; no reference to be found. New South Wales; its present state and future prospects. By James M'Arthur. London, 1837. Bvo. Critical examination of Mr. James M?Arthur?s work on New South Wales. Sydney, 1838. Review of the examination of Mr. James M'Arthur?s work ? New South Wales, its present state, and future prospects? ; from the Australian tralian newspapers. Sydney, 1839. Colonial policy of 1840 and 1841, as illustrated by the Governor?s despatches, patches, and proceedings of the Legislative Council of New South Wales, By Major Macarthur. London, 1841, Bvo. Pamph. pp. 79. Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, tistical, and Historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world. By J. E. M'Culloch, revised by Frederick Martin. London, 1866. 4 vols. Eoy. Bvo. Illawarra and Manaro Districts of New South Wales. By Alfred ' M'Farland. Sydney, 1872. 12mo. The Sugar-cane in Australia, Edited by Angus Mackay. Brisbane 1870. Bvo. The great Gold Field. A pedestrian tour through the first discovered Gold Field of New South Wales, in the months of October and November, ber, 1852. By Angus Mackay. Sydney, 1853. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 68. Ten Years in Australia. By the Rev, D. Mackenzie. London, 1852. 12mo. Correspondence with His Excellency Sir Richard Bourke, K.C.8., and other documents relative to the removal of A. Macleay, Esq., from the office of Colonial Secretary of New South Wales. Treats of the general resources of the Colony, administration of justice, &c. Not in the Free Public Library, Sydney. Condemns Mr. M'Arthur?s work (q. v.) as full of false assertions and opinions, and upholds the author of the ? Examination? as likely ?to counteract whatever unjust impressions pressions Mr. M'Arthur?s book may have produced.? Has reference to the Lands?Eegulations, immigration, and the erection of Victoria into a separate Colony. The articles on Australasia and Australia tralia are lengthy, and show considerable derable research in their preparation tion ; most of the principal voyagers and explorers having been consulted. The statistics of the Colony are given to 1864; and the soil, climate, natural history, ethnology, and geology, as well as the commerce of the Colonies, are all brought under notice. A most trustworthy account of the productions, ductions, trade, &c., of that part of New South Wales. Contains remarks on the New South Wales Sugar Crop, &c. Very interesting, as giving the evidence of an eye-witness of the large yields of gold obtained at the different Gold Fields when first opened. Gives a short description of ? bush life,? and of the country generally to about 1852. Mr. Macleay having voted in opposition to the Governor, the latter wrote to England stating that Mr. Macleay had expressed his intention of resigning. ing. A successor to the office was accordingly sent out, and arrived in the Colony before Mr. Macleay was aware of the Governor?s altered feel- ing towards him. Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Macpherson .. My experience in Australia. By a Contains much useful information (4) Lady (Mrs. Macpherson). Lon- relative to every-day life in the Colony, don, 1860. 12mo. Macqueen ... Australia as she is and as she may Treats of convicts and free immigrants. (3.4.5) be. By T. Potter Macqueen, Esq. Contrasts the condition of both with London, 1840. Bvo. Pamph, pp. that of agricultural labourers in Maclehose ... Picture of Sydney, and Stranger?s A truthful description of Sydney about (1.3.4.5) Guide in New South Wales for the year 1838, and contains a great 1838. Edited by J. Maclehose!- deal of interesting historical and sta- Sydney, 1838. 12mo. tistical information. Macpherson .. My experience in Australia. By a Contains much useful information (4) Lady (Mi?s. Macpherson). Lon- relative to every-day life in the Colony, don, 1860. 12mo. Macqueen ... Australia as she is and as she may Treats of convicts and free immigrants. (3.4.5) be. By T. Potter Macqueen, Esq. Contrasts the condition of both with London, 1840. 8vo. Pamph. pp. that of agricultural labourers in 60. England. Suggests cultivation of various important products, and refers to the pastoral resources of the Colony. Magistrates... Return to an Address of the Honor- The flogging system. The Grand Jury (4.5) able the House of Commons, dated found that the acts of Magisterial 17th April, 1826, for copies of authority were beyond the law, papers relating to the conduct of opposed to the principles of reforma- Magistrates in New South Wales, tion and the interests and welfare of in directing the infliction of punish- society, ments upon prisoners in that Colony. Sydney, 1855. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 22. Majoribanks.. Travels in New South Wales. By Treats chiefly of the Colony during the (3.4.5) Alex. Majoribanks. London, 1847. time it was a penal settlement, but 12mo. contains also information relative to the suburbs of Sydney and general society. Mann Six years residence in the Australian That part referring to New South (3.4) Provinces. By W. Mann. London, Wales contains information on the 1839. 12mo. trade, population, resources, &c., of the Colony. Manning...... Review on the Report of William Opposed to the course recommended by (1.5) Clark, Esq., Hydraulic Engineer, Mr. Clark (q.v.) for supplying Sydney on the question of water supply for with water. Sydney. By James Manning, Esq. Sydney, 1877. 8vo. Pamph, pp. 75. Mansfield ... Analytical View of the Census of Most valuable statistical information, (2.3.4) New South Wales, for the years systematically arranged, in reference 1841 and 1846, with Tables showing to the population of the Colony, its the progress of the population Revenue from 1836 to 1845 ; land during the last twenty-five years, under cultivation and live stock ; with and an Appendix. By Ralph Mans- an Appendix (Meteorology by field. Sydney, 1847. 8vo. Pamph. G.E.P.) pp. 144. Markham ... Commodore J. G. Goodenough. A A short review of the life of a Naval (5) brief Memoir by Clements R. Mark- Commander for several years stationed ham, C. B. Portsmouth and Lon- in the Australian waters. don, 1876. 12mo. Marriage Act The decision of the Three Judges of Decided that the English Mamage Act (4.5) the Supreme Court of N.S.W. on did not extend to the Colonies, the applicability of the Marriage Act of England to this Colony. Sydney, 1836. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 39. Memoirs of the life and labours of the Rev. Samuel Marsden. Edited by the Rev. J. B. Marsden. London, don, 1858. 12mo. Full of interesting historical and social information relating to the Colony. Marsden Marshall Letter to Lord John Russell on Australian Emigration. By W. Marshall. London, 1841. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 26. In favour of a bounty system. Mr. Marshall claims to have sent over 20,000 emigrants in 80 ships. An historical and statistical account of the Colony. Some of the statements are incorrect and contradictory. Martin. Australia, comprising New South Wales, Victoria or Port Phillip, South Australia, and Western Australia. By R. M. Martin. London. don. 1858. 4to. (3.4.5) A small portion of the fourth volume contains useful information on the History, Geology, Climate, Productions, tions, Government, &c., of New South Wales. Martin. History of the British Colonies. By R. M. Martin. London, 1835. 5 vols., Bvo. (2 to G) Gives a brief history of the progress of the Colony through its early struggles down to 1836. Martin. Statistics of the Colonies of the British Empire, etc.; comprising area, agriculture, commerce, manufactures, factures, shipping, etc., etc., from Records of the Colonial Office. By Robert Montgomery Martin. With Appendix, London, 1839. Bvo. Martin. History of Austral-Asia : comprising New South Wales, Van Diemen?s Land, Swan River, South Australia, etc. By R. M. Martin, F.S.S. London, 1836. 12mo. About 200 pp. of this volume are occupied pied by an interesting account of New South Wales. It touches on almost every topic relating to the Colony. (1 to 6) Has some references to political and social topics, and gives a description of Sydney and its neighbourhood. Martineau Letters from Australia. By John Martineau. Bvo. London, 1869. (1.3.4) A brief account of the discovery of the Colony. Mason and Moore ... Captain Cook and Botany Bay; with numerous Illustrations from original nal sketches by Walter Mason. Edited by J. Sheridan Moore. Sydney, 1863. Pamph., pp. 16. Australasia and Prison Discipline, (By James Melville.) London, 1851. Bvo. Gives a short account of the Colony as it was in 1847. Melville Meredith. Notes and Sketches of New South Wales. By Mrs. Charles Meredith. dith. London, 1849. 12mo. A short but interesting account of Sydney and other parts of the Colony from 1839 to 1844. Mereweather Diary of a Working Clergyman in Australia and Tasmania, kept during ing the years 1850-53 By the Rev. John Davies Mereweather, B.A, London, 1859. 12mo. Gives an apparently correct description of Sydney, about the year 1852. Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Merewether Sydney; Central secu-3 -3 in the schools of the 30mbined with distinc,s ,s teaching and tutori- A speech delivered in the Legislative Council on the second reading of the Colleges Act Amendment Bill. iey,lBsB. Bvo., pamph., Colonial Constitutions. By Mills, Esq. London, 1856 Arthur Bro. This work, among other information, gives a brief outline of the history and political condition of New South Wales. It also contains a list of the (1.5.6) Orders of Council, Parliamentary Papers, and Acts relating to the Colony from 1786 to 1855. That part which refers to N. S. Wales gives an account of O?Farrell?s attempt on the Duke?s life. Milner. The Cruise of H.M.S. ? Galatea,? Captain 11.R.11. the Duke of Edinburgh, K.G., in 1867 and 1868. By Rev. J. Milner and O. W. Brierley. London, 1869. Bvo. Gives a description of Tasmania, and slightly alludes to New South Wales. Mitchel Jail Journal; or, Five Years in British Prisons. By John Mitchel. New York, 1854. 12mo. Mitchell Exploring Expedition under Sir Thomas Mitchell. Sydney (ca.) 1847. 12m0., pp. 18. Two despatches to his Excellency the Governor, dated September 9th and November 9th, 1846, from the Rivers Salvator and Balonne. Gives an ex- cellent description of the country near the junction of the Macquarie with the Darling. Mitchell Journal of an Expedition into the interior of tropical Australia in search of a route from Sydney to (1 to 5) These Expeditions must he classed among the most memorable in the annals of exploration. The Journals are additionally valuable from the immense amount of scientific information mation they contain. the Gulf of Carpentaria. Colonel Sir T. L. Mitel don, 1848. Bvo. Three Expeditions into the Interior of Eastern Australia, with descriptions tions of the recently explored region of Australia Felix, and of the present Colony of New South Wales. By Lieut.-Colonel Sir T. L. Mitchell. London, 1838. 2 vols., Bvo. Mitchell The Australian Geography. By Sir T. L. Mitchell. Sydney, 1851. 12mo. Gives a brief but accurate description of Australia, arranged by Question and Answer. The value of this work, including the many important illustrations, may be highly estimated, forming as it does a complete and authentic history of the origin and progress of Roads and other Public Works of Mitchell Report upon the progress made in Roads, and in the construction of Public Works in New South Wales, from the year 1827 to June, 1855. By Colonel Sir T. L. Mitchell, Surveyor General. Sydney, 1856. (1.4.5) the Colony. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. ?Australia. The substance of three ? That there shall he within each of the said Colonies of New South Wales and Victoria a Legislative Council and a Representative Assembly.? Monteagle (5) Speeches made in the House of Lords on the Australian Govern- ment Bill. By the Lord Monteagle, eagle, F.R.S. London, 1850. Bvo. Pamph., pp. 35. An excellent and trustworthy account of the woods and timber trees of New South Wales. Moore On the Woods of New South Wales. By Chas. Moore, Esq., F.L.S., &c. Sydney, 1871. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 44. Moore Moore?s Almanac and Handbook. Sydney, 1853-76. 12mo. Contains information on all subjects relating to New South Wales. (3 to 7) Moore Spring Life Lyrics. By J. Sheridan Moore. Sydney, 1864. 12mo. Some of the poems have reference to incidents in the social history of the Colony. Moore University Reform, its urgency and reasonableness: an Oration. By J. Sheridan Moore. Sydney, 1865. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 23. Proposes to popularize the University} by affording facilities to young men who cannot attend the Professor?s lectures, to become graduates of the University by merely passing the requisite examination ; also, suggests some alterations in and additions to the curriculum. The Newtown Ejectment Case, Doe Hem. Devine versus Wilson and others; with historical introduction, etc., by J. Sheridan Moore. Sydney, ney, 1857. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 127. Important trial for recovery of property at Newtown fully recorded. Moore Morehead Some words for and to the Capitalists and Shareholders in Banks and On the subject of interest charged by Banks and other Institutions for Loans. other moneyed Companies connected nected with the Colony of New South Wales. By R. A. A. Morehead. Sydney, 1843. Bvo., Pamph., pp. 15. The question of the Government Guaranteed Railway Shares considered sidered with reference to their being made transferable to bearer, etc,; with a few remarks pointing out the advantages of Railways over common roads. By T. S. Mort. Sydney, 1854. Bvo. Pamph. pp. 16. Shows the great advantages likely to accrue from the formation of Railways throughout the Colony, and the best and cheapest means to obtain funds for their extension. Mossman, and Banister. Australia visited and revisited. A Narrative of recent Travels and old Contains an excellent and apparently correct description of New South Wales. (1 to 4) experiences in Victoria and New South Wales. By Samuel Mossman man and Thomas Banister. Lon- don, 1853. Bvo. Mudio The Felonry of New South Wales, By J. Mudie. London, 1837. Bvo, An exaggerated description of the state of society in New South Wales, and full of personalities aroused by the controversies of the day. Mode of Reference. Remarks. Full Title, &c. An important contribution WORKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES. COMPILED AT THE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, SYDNEY, UNDER THE DIRECTION OE R. C. WALKER, PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN. SYDNEY : THOMAS PJCIIARDS, GOVERNMENT PRINTER. 1878. 4* 17—77 [l s -] WORKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES. COMPILED AT THE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, SYDNEY, UNDER THE DIRECTION OE R. C. WALKER, PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN. SYDNEY : THOMAS RICHARDS, GOVERNMENT PRINTER, 1878. 4t 17—77 O] WORKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES, RELATING TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS, viz. 1. GEOGRAPHY OF NEW SOUTH WALESNATURAL. NATURAL. ADMINISTRATIVE OR POLITICAL. 2. CLIMATE. 3. TRADE, AGRICULTURE, AND PRODUCTIONS. 4. INHABITANTS : CHARACTER, PURSUITS, LANGUAGES. 5. HISTORICAL. 6. INTERNAL ADMINISTRATION. 7. FINANCE. 8. MONEYS, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Note.—Special information on any of the above subjects, contained in the Text, is sho-wn by a corresponding numeral. WORKS ON NEW SOUTH WALES. Mode of Reference. Tull Title, &c. Remarks. Aborigines ... (4) Plan to ameliorate the condition of the Aboriginal inhabitants and prevent their extermination. Sydney, 1839. 4to. Pamph. pp. 4. Refers to the few attempts which have been made to improve the con- dition of the Aborigines, and to their rapid decrease. Aborigines ... (4) Aborigines — Extracts from the Papers and Proceedings of the Aborigines’ Protection Society. London, 1841. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 176 Portions of these extracts give very interesting accounts of the Aborigines of Australia, Aborigines ... (4) Report of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, by the Aborigines Protection Society. London, 1837. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 140. Contains a chapter on the relations between Europeans and the Abori- ginal natives of Australia. Aborigines ... (4.5) The Colonial Intelligencer, or Abori- gines’ Friend — Comprising the Transactions of the Aborigines Protection Society. London, 1850. 3 vols. 8vo. Contains statements relative to the Aboriginal tribes of Australia and the conduct of the whites towards them. Addison (1.5) Balmain; its Municipality and in- stitutions. By G. R. Addison. Sydney, 1875. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 24 Refers to a suburb of Sydney, its financial and sanitary condition, &c. Agricultural Company. (3.5) Australian Agricultural Company. Reports, 1834-40. London. 8vo. Pamphs. This Company received a grant of 1,000,000 acres, extending from Port Stephens to the Hastings River; also valuable concessions in reference to Coal Mines at Newcastle. Subjects : Importation and increase' of stock; Aborigines; Report on the land and minerals. Agricultural Society. (3.5) Anniversary Addresses (by the President); List of Members, and Rules and Regulations of the Agricultural Society of New South Wales. Sydney, 1823-26. 8vo. Pamphs. Instituted on the 5th July, 1822. These reports give many statements of importance, and show the rapid increase of the agricultural wealth of the Colony, &c. Allen Lecture on Protection — Political Favourable to protective duties on all (3) Economy proper for New South Wales. By W. B. Allen. Sydney, (n. d.) 12mo. Pamph. pp. 24. articles introduced from abroad which can be produced in the Colony. Allen (1) Journal of an Experimental Trip by the “ Lady Augusta” S.S. on the River Murray. By James Allen, jun. Adelaide, 1853. 8vo., pp. 86 Pamph. An account of the exploration of a portion of the Murray, Darling, and Murrumbidgee Rivers. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Allwood (4) Lectures on the Papal Claim oi Jurisdiction, delivered before the Members of the Church of Englanc Book Society. May and June 1843. Sydney. 8vo. Religious controversy. . An gas Savage Life and Scenes in Australia and New Zealand. By George French Angas. London, 1847. 2 vols. 8vo. The small portion of the second volume which relates to New South Wales, gives a truthful picture of the habits and manners of the aboriginal in- habitants, with a description of Sydney and the Illawarra District. (1.4) Arden Arden’s Sydney Magazine oi Politics and General Literature. Sydney, 1843. 8vo. Contains a political Essay on New South Wales; a Satire on Colonial Society, and a Biographical Memoir of Wentworth and other repre- sentatives of the people, besides a variety of other interesting articles. (1.4) “Aristides”... (1.5) Approaching Crisis of Britain and Australia. By “ Aristides.” Mel- bourne, 1854. 8vo. A collection of letters on matters relating to the Colony, specially advocating the formation of the Biverina Territory into a separate Colony, to be called “ Albertonia.” Arthur (1.6) Observations upon Secondary Pun- ishments. By Col. George Arthur. To which is added a letter on the same subject by the Archdeacon of New South Wales. Hobart Town, 1833. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 111. The writer advocates transportation and assignment of convicts, rather than imprisonment. Atkinson (4) Cowandra. The Veteran’s Grant. By the Authoress of Gertrude. (Miss Atkinson.) Sydney, 1859. 12mo. Short but entertaining story of life in Australia. Atkinson (4) Gertrude, the Emigrant: a Tale of Colonial Life, by an Australian Lady. (Miss Atkinson.) Sydney, 1857. Boy. 8vo. A faithful delineation of Australian bush life. Atkinson (3) On the expediency and necessity of encouraging Distilling and Brew- ing from Grain in New South Wales. By James Atkinson, Esq. Sydney, 1829. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 33. A paper on general Agriculture, with special reference to the cultivation of Barley for malting. Australia (4.5) Australia—An appeal to the World on behalf of the younger branch of the family of Shem. Sydney, 1839. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 88. A protest against the outrages practised by some of the early settlers upon the Aborigines ; together with a glance at their manners and language. Australia (& to 6) The Besources of Australia, and the prospects and capabilities of the New Settlement, &c., and remarks on the internal Government of New South Wales. London, 1841. 12mo. Gives a short account of the resources and capabilities of the Colony, its internal administration, &c., at that date. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Australia (1.3.4) Twenty years experience in Aus- tralia, being the evidence of dis- interested and respectable residents of those Colonies, as to their present state and future prospects. Lon- don, 1839. 12mo. A compilation from Statistical Reports and official documents, with extracts from letters, &c. Australia (1 to 6) The picture of Australia, exhibiting Hew Holland, Van Diemen’s Land, and all the settlements, from the first at Sydney to the last at Swan River. London, 1829. 12mo. Gives a general description of the Colony, climate, soil, minerals, plants, native population, &c. Australia (3) Australia, as it is. Bristol, 1840. 12mo. Pamph. pp. 48. Statistics to 1833. A faithful repre- sentation of the prospects and re- sources of the Colony, with hints to immigrants. Australian League. (4.5) Sessional Papers, &c., &c., of the Australian League Conference held in Hobart Town and Launceston, Van Diemen’s Land. Tasmania, 1852. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 45. This Association was formed in the year 1851, to secure the Colony against the continuance of Transport- ation. Australian Medical Journal. (4) Australian Medical Journal. Sydney. 1846. 4to. Refers almost entirely to the local practice of Medicine and Surgery. Australian Museum (3) Guide to the contents of the Aus- tralian Museum. Sydney, 1873. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 16. Refers to a great number of specimens of the natural productions of the Colony. Australian Patriotic Association (1.3.4) A Letter from the Australian Patriotic Association to C. Buller, junr., Esq., M.P., in reply to his communication of 31st May, 1840. Sydney. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 18. Condemns the withholding Free Insti- tutions from Hew South Wales, and advocates a continuance of transporta- tion to a limited extent, and the assignment of convicts. Australian Settler’s Handbook (3) Australian Settler’s Handbook. Sydney, 1861. 12mo. Relates to the cultivation of land and management of farms in the Colony. Backhouse ... (3.4.5) A narrative of a Visit to the Aus- tralian Colonies. By James Backhouse. London, 1843. 8vo. Contains trustworthy information rela- tive to the state of the Colony about the year 1838, its inhabitants, pro- ductions, &c. Backhouse ... (4) Extracts from the Letters of James Backhouse, now engaged _ on a Missionary Visit to Van Diemen’s Land and Hew South Wales. London, 1838. 8vo. Describes the religious and social con- dition of Hew South Wales in 1838. Badham (4) An Address to the University Debating Society. By Charles Badham, D.D. Sydney, 1875. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 13. Inaugural Address by Professor Bad- ham, upon the formation of -the Society by members of the Sydney University. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c- Remarks. Badham (4.5) . Primary Education. By Charle Badham, D.D., Sydney, 1876. 8vo Pamph. 14 pp. s In the form of a letter to Mr. Dailey. . It disapproves of the closing of the Denominational Schools altogether, as being unfair both to Roman Catholics and Anglicans. Bailliere (1) Bailliere’s New South Wale G-azetteer and Eoad Guide Sydney, 1866. 8vo. Contains recent and accurate informa- tion as to all places in the Colony. Baird The Emigrant’s Guide to Austral asia. By the Rev. James Baird London, 1868. 12mo. A short, but correct and unbiassed description of New South Wales and adjoining Colonies. (1 to 7) Baker Sydney and Melbourne, with remarks on the present state anc future prospects of New South Wales. By C. J. Baker. London, 1845. 12mo. Contains accurate and useful informa- tion on the climate and resources of the Colony; also on the state of Society in Sydney about 1842. (2.3.4) Balcombe ... (4) Gold Pen and Pencil Sketches, or the adventures of Mr. John Slasher at the Turon Diggings. By G. F. P. (Pickering), with Illustrations by T. Balcombe. Sydney, 1852. 8vo. A humourous account, descriptive of life at the diggings. Balfour (2.3) A Sketch of New South Wales. By J. 0. Balfour. London, 1845. 12mo. Contains some useful information on the climate of New South Wales ; products, sheep-farming, &c. Bannister ... (4.5) On abolishing Transportation, and on reforming the Colonial Office, in a letter to Lord John Russell. By S. Bannister, late Attorney General of New South Wales. London, 1837. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 88. Reviews the Military system of 1792. Abuses of Colonial Government. Severity of General Darling, the Iron Collars, the Press, etc. Evil of Convict System, Remedies, Justice, Female Immigration. Barrington ... (4.5) The History of New South Wales. By Geo. Barrington. London, 1802. 8vo. A Yoyage to Botany Bay, with a description of the Country, &c. By the celebrated George Barring- ton. London, 1794. 12mo. An Account of a Yoyage to New South Wales. By George Bar- rington. London, 1803. 8ro. Written by the notorious “pickpocket” B. Contains curious information on old matters of Colonial History ; and gives, on the whole, a correct account of the manners and customs of the aboriginal inhabitants. Barrow (5) The eventful history of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. “ Bounty,” its cause and conse- quence. By Sir John Barrow. London, 1835. 18mo. Captain Bligh (q.v.), the Commander of “Bounty,” was for a short time Governor of New South Wales. Bartlett (2.3.4) New Holland, its Colonization, Productions, and Resources. By Thomas Bartlett. London, 1843. 12mo. Gives a good deal of information as to farming, and disposal of labour; also on the natural productions and climate of New South Wales. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Report of a Trial promoted by Sir W. E. Parry, of the Australian Agricultural Company v. Account- ant. By W. Barton, Esq. Lon- don, 1832. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 57. A record of the manner in which (4.5) justice was administered in the early days of the Colony. Barton (3.4.7) Particulars of Joint Stock Insti- tutions in New South Wales, with the interest that has been derived, etc., from the investment of money in that Colony. By W. Barton. Sydney, 1838. 8vo. Pampli., pp. 15. A letter written at the instance of a capitalist, giving valuable information as to dividends paid by Public Com- panies at that date. Literature in New South Wales. By G-. B. Barton. Sydney, 1866. 8vo. As a whole this volume constitutes a (4.5) valuable contribution to the literary history of the Colony. The Poets and Prose Writers of New This work throws much light on the progress of literature in the Colony. Contains extracts from the writings of some of the most prominent of Australian authors. (4.5) South Wales. Edited by G-. B. Barton. Sydney, 1866. 8vo. A tin s of the settled Counties of New This excellent Atlas contains twenty separate maps of the counties of New South Wales, with geographical and geological information. (1) South Wales. Published by Basch & Co. Sydney, 1870. Fol. Silk Cultivation. By John M. Bate. Sydney, 1864. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 16. Showing the advantages and “ adapt- ability of the climate” of New South Wales for the production of silk. (2.3) Proposal for procuring German Immigrants. By J. M. Beit. Sydney, 1847. Fol. Pamph. pp. 3. Mr. Beit suggests that £12,000 be set apart by Government to secure a full supply of immigrants from Germany. (4.5) Beit On the Management of Gold Fields. Sydney, 1851. Fol. A letter written by Mr. Beit to the Chairman of the Committee of the Legislative Council on the manage- ment of Gold Fields, suggesting modes of obtaining revenue. (3) Belcher (5) The Mutineers of the “ Bounty,” and their descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands. By Lady Belcher. London, 1870. 12mo. Norfolk Island is under the super- intendence of the Governor of New South Wales. Lady Belcher’s ac- count of the islanders is most inter- esting. Bell Industry and commerce relieved and increased by means of Free Trade and direct taxation. By Fred. A. Bell, Esq. Sydney, 1866. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 67. Proposes to make Sydney a free port, and to adopt direct taxation, “by raising the greatest amount of the State revenue from real property, income, and house taxes.” (3.7) Benevolent Society (4.5) Reports of the Committee of the New South Wales Benevolent Society, from 1820 to 1867. Sydney. 12mo. Pamphs. This Society was inaugurated about the year 1818, and has enjoyed the continued support of the public. Its funds are derived from private sub- scriptions and a Government vote. Mode of Reference. Full Title, &c. Remarks. Bennett (3) Gatherings of a Naturalist in Aus tralia. By Geo. Bennett, F.L.S. &c. London, 1860. 8Vo. - Contains interesting information on , the Fauna and Flora of New South Wales. Bennett (3.4) Wanderings in New South Wales &c., during 1832-34. By George Bennett, M.D., F.L.S., &c. Lon don, 1834. 2 toIs. 8vo. The first volume gives a very correct description of several parts of the Colony, and presents many objects of natural history, and traits of social peculiarity. Bennett (1.5) The History of Australian Discovery and Colonization. By Samue Bennett. Sydney, 1866. 8vo. “ The history of the Colony has been brought down to the administration of Governor Darling, which lasted from 1825 to 1831. In more than one respect this is the best of our historical productions.” — Barton’s Literature in N.S.W. Bentliam (3) Flora Australiensis; a description of the Plants of the Australian Territory. By George Bentham, F.R.S., &c., assisted by Ferdinand Mueller, M.D., &c. London, 1863- 73. 6 vols., 8vo. The latest and most complete work on the Botany of Australia yet published Berncastle ... (1) The defenceless state of Sydney. How it can be defended, and how it can be taken. By Dr. Bern- castle. Svdney,1865. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 34. Suggests a mode of fortifying the har- bour. Beuzeville ... (3) Practical instructions for the man- agement of Silk-worms, according to the best methods of the breeders of the silk-growing countries, &c., adapted to New South Wales. By James Beuzeville, Sydney. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 13. A handbook for the rearing of Silk- worms. Bigge Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry on the state of Agriculture and Trade in the Colony of New South Wales. By Thomas Bigge, C.E. London, 1823. Fol. An accurate Report on the state of Agriculture and Trade, character of the population, &c., in the early days of the Colony. ““(8-4) Bigp-e Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry on the Judicial Establish- ments of New South Wales and Yan Diemen’s Land. By Thomas Bigge. London, 1823. Fol. The result of inquiries into the state of the criminal and civil judicature of the Colony. (4.5.6) Bigge Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry on the State of the Colony of New South Wales. By Thomas Bigge. London, 1822. Fol. This Report refers wholly to the con- dition, treatment, and employment of the convicts. (4.5) Mode of Reference. Full Title, Sec. Remarks. Letter to the Bight Hon. His Majes- ty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, London, from John Bingle, Esq., one of His Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the Colony of New South Wales, Sydney August 15, 1832, with the Official Correspondence with the Colonial Government of that Co- lony. Sydney, 1832. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 40. Has reference to the punishment by Bingle of three of his assigned ser- vants by administering 100 lashes; and subsequent proceedings. (4.5) Lights and Shadows of Church-life in Australia, including Thoughts on some Things at Home. By the Eev. T. Binney. London, 1860. 8vo. The Bev. T. Binney visited Australia (4) about 1860, and his book records his impressions of the religious state of the Colonies ; and also contains cor- respondence with various Church Dignitaries. Blackie (1 to 6) The Imperial Gazetteer, a General Dictionary of Geography: Physical, Political, Statistical, and Descrip- tive. Edited by W. G. Blackie, Ph. D. London and Edinburgh, 1855. Boy. 8vo. 2 vols. New South Wales is the subject of a very comprehensive article, treating of its coast-line, geology, vegetation, government, etc. Sydney is fully described, and a map of the harbour is given. Large amount of informa- tion regarding the fauna and flora of the continent, under the head of Australia. Services rendered to New South Befers to the attempt made by the (4.5) Wales by W. Bland. Sydney, 1862. 8vo. Pamph. pp. 15. friends of Dr. B. to obtain some recognition of his public services by the Legislature. Letters to Chas. Buller, jr., Esq., M.P., from the Australian Patriotic Association. By W. Bland. Sydney, 1849. 8vo. Dr. Bland was one of the most per- (5) sistent exponents of the principles of the Patriotic Association. These papers are of great historic value. Blaxland (1) The Journal of a Tour of Discovery across the Blue Mountains, in New South Wales. By G. Blaxland. London, 1823. 12mo. A brief but accurate and interesting description of the interior of New South Wales. Bligli A Voyage to the South Seas in His Majesty’s ship “ Bounty,” w r ith an Account of the Mutiny on board the said ship. By W. Bligh. London, 1792. 4to. 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