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  • RECENT COLONIAL PUBLICATIONS AND BOOKS RELATING TO THE BRITISH COLONIES. (1 September 1887)
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  • The Torch and colonial book circular : including classified lists of new publications--English, American and colonial--in all departments of literature, science and art, v.1, no.1, 1887-09-01, p.32
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  • Petherick, Edward Augustus, 1847-1917.
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  • The Torch and colonial book circular : including classified lists of new publications--English, American and colonial--in all departments of literature, science and art
  • Vol. 1 No. 1 (September 1887)
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  • RECENT COLONIAL PUBLICATIONS AND BOOKS RELATING TO THE BRITISH COLONIES. England looking on her Colonies can say: ■* Here are lands and seas, spice-lands, corn-lands, timber-lands, overarched arched by zodiacs and stars, clasped by many-sounding seas ; wide spaces of the Maker s building fit for the cradle yet of mighty Nations and their Sciences and Heroisms.. Fertile continents still inhabited by wild beasts are mine, into which all the distressed populations of Europe might pour themselves, and make at once an Old World and a New World human. By the eternal fi'at of the gods, this must yet one day be ; this, by all the Divine Silences that rule this Universe silent to fools, eloquent and awful to the hearts of the wise, is incessantly at this moment, and at all moments, commanded to begin to be. Unspeakable deliverance and new destiny of thousandfold expanded manfulness fulness for all men, dawns out of the Future here. To me has fallen the god-like task of initiating all that: of me and my Colonies, the abstruse Future asks, Are you wise enough for so sublime a destiny ? Are you tqp foolish ? ” J Carlyle, Latter-Day Pamphlets , 1850. Bartholomew (John) British Colonial Pocket Atlas; a Series of 54 Maps Illustrating the Geography of the British Empire. With Index. 32m0. Walker, 2/​6 ; leather, 3/​6 Brabazon (Lord) State Directed Emigration; its Necessity, &​c. i6mo. London, 6d Brassey (Lord) North Borneo -Nineteenth Century, tury, Aug., 1887. Bonwick (James) British Colonies and their Resources. sources. Cr. Bvo. Low , 5/​- French Colonies and their Resources. 2/​6 Bowen (Sir G.) Proposed Federation of the Empire. Bvo., sd. (Private Circulation). Hong-Kong. Cameron (V. Lovett) Colonial and Indian Exhibition, tion, South Kensington— Revue Coloniale Internationale, Tome 1., 1887, pp. 50-70, and 223-237. Bvo. Amsterdam. The first of these articles treats of South Africa, including the Cape Colony, Natal, St. Helena, Ascension, and the Tristan da Cunha Group ; the second includes notices of Gibraltar, Malta and Cyprus, Perim, Aden, Ceylon, Mauritius, tius, the Seychelles, Diego Garcia, Straits Settlements, Hong-Kong, British Borneo, Labuan, British Honduras, British Guiana, Newfoundland, and the Falkland Islands. Campbell (Sir George) The British Empire. Fcp. Bvo. Cassell, 4/​- Colomb (Capt. J. C. R.) Imperial Federation : Naval and Military. Bvo., sd. Harrison, 6d Colonial Conference. Report of the Proceedings of the Colonial Conference, 1887. With Appendix of Documents and Correspondence. Presented to both Houses of Parliament, July, 1887. 2 vols. Folio. H. M. Stationery Office, 9/​10 The Topics discussed were (1) The Organisation of Colonial Defence. (2) Postal and Telegraphic Communication. (3) The Position of Affairs in the Pacific and the proposed Anglo- French Naval Commission in the New Hebrides, the interests of other Foreign Powers in Samoa, &​c. (4) Trade Marks and Patents, Sugar Bounties, Duties on Imports, and other Questions connected with Trade and Commerce. (5) Legal Matters ; Bankruptcy, Procedure, Probate, &​c. (6) Preservation vation of Life at Sea, the next Census in 1891, &​c. The detailed tailed Account of the proceedings in relation to the New Hebrides which contained full and unreserved explanations with freely expressed opinions by the Delegates, is not included in the Report. Colonial and Indian Exhibition. Reports on the Colonial Sections of the Exhibition. Issued under the Supervision of the Council of the Society of Arts, and Edited by H. Trueman Wood. Bvo. Clowes, 10/​6 A series of twenty-three Reports on the leading products shown at the recent Colonial and Indian Exhibition, including cluding Mining Industries, by Dr. LeNeve s Foster ; Grain, by Proctor Baker; Tea, by A. G. Stanton ; Coffee, by H. Pasteur; Wines, &​c., by R. Bannister ; Tobacco, by Dr. G. Watt and J. McCarthy ; Wools, by F. H. Bowman; Silk, by J. Wardle ; Timber, by F. Laslett and Allen Ransome. Colonial Possessions. Reports for 1884, 1885, and 1886. Folio. London, 1/​9 Cundall (Frank) Reminiscences of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition. Illustrated by Thomas Riley. 4to. Clowes, £1 5/​- Emigration to the Colonies, Papers on ; Emigrants’ Information Office, London. Bvo., sd. id. Emigration and Immigration. Reports of the Consular Officers of the United States. Bvo. Washington, 1887. Reports upon Immigration into British North America ; Cental America, including British Honduras; South America; including British Guiana ; the West Indies, including Bermuda, muda, New Providence, Bahamas, and Trinidad ; Australia. England and her Colonies. Five Essays on Imperial Federation, submitted to the London Chamber of Commerce for their Prize Competition, tion, and recommended for publication by the Judges. Bvo. sd. Sonnenschein , 1/​- The Prize Winners are, William Gresswell, of Somerset; J. C, Fitzgerald, of Wellington (New Zealand) ; W. J, Bradshaw, of Richmond (Victoria) ; F. H. Turnock, of Winnipeg (Manitoba) and C. V. Smith, Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. Fifty Years’ Progress : The Special Number of “ Imperial Federation.” Folio. London, id Contents :—The Area of the Empire, by C. E. Howard Vincent; Population of the U.K. and Self-Governing Colonies in 1837-85, by J. Dennistoun Wood ; Laws of the Empire, by Sir John Gorst; Growth of Constitutional Self- Government in the Empire, by F. P. Labilliere ; Administrative trative Unity, by Sir Henry Barkly ; Religious Development, by Canon Dalton ; Progress of Popular Education, by S. A. Swaine; Trade of the British Empire Now and Fifty Years Ago, by Stephen Bourne ; Naval and Military Progress, by Col. Sir C. H. Nugent; the Growth of Responsibility, by Capt. J. C. R. Colomb ; Diagrams and Map. Fream (Prof. W.) Colonial Agriculture, and its Influence fluence on British Farming. Bvo. London, 6d Colonial Forestry. Bvo., sd. London, 6d See also Dominion of Canada, page 33. Freeman (E. A.) Greater Greece and Greater Britain, and George Washington the Expander of England. Two Lectures, with an Article on Imperial Federation, from Macmillan’s Magazine. zine. Cr. Bvo. Mac?nillan, 3/​6 Hiibner (Baron von) Through the British Empire : South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the Straits Settlements, India, the South Sea Islands, California, Oregon, Canada, &​c, 2 vols. Cr. Bvo. Murray, 24/​- “ I remember a great statesman saying that an official had so much manuscript to read that he could hardly be expected to read anything that was printed. I think, however, that officials must be very busy indeed who cannot find time to read two remarkable books which have appeared this year. One of these was written by the Austrian statesman, Baron Hiibner, a Conservative among Conservatives in his own country, but who overflowed with sympathy, not only for Englishmen, but for our more democratic relations across the ocean.” — Lord Granville. “ One is doubtlul whether to admire most the physical or mental energies of the author of these charming volumes . . We have never read a book more free from any traces of servility. He is fresh, crisp, and lively ; his observations are incisive, and the whole work replete with interest and novelty. . . . Our readers have been in luck in having two such books as Baron Hiibner’s ‘ Through the British Empire,’ and Mr. Froude’s ‘Oceana’ offered to them in one year. Years may pass without the appearance of any record of travel so original, and from which so much is to be learned. However much these two able and accomplished authors may differ, they have one thing in common —entire freedom from clap-trap, and from any taint of the doctrinaire.— The Academy. ** n . s( ype instances titles have been taken from Press Notices, and prices have not been obtainable. In the case of articles in Periodicals, it has not been thought necessary to insert the price of the publication. Froude (J. A.) Oceana; or, England and Her Colonies. Illustrated. Bvo. Longmans, 18/​- Cheap Edition. Cr. Bvo. 2/​6 ; boards, 2/​- Her Majesty’s Colonies : a Series of Original Papers issued under the Authority of the Royal Commission for the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, hibition, 1886. Bvo. Clowes, 10/​6 Howard-Vincent (The) Map of the British Empire showing the Possessions throughout the World in 1886; their Extent, Population, Revenue, Steamboat Routes with Distances, Royal Navy Stations, and Coaling Stations over the World. Size, 75 in. by 63 in., on cloth, rollers, and varnished. T. B. Johnston, 21/​- and 31/​6 Levi (Prof. Leone) Conditions of Success in Emigration, gration, with the Cost of Living in Relation to Wages in the British Colonies and India. Bvo., sd. London, 1 /​- Little (J. Stanley) The United States of Britain : an Address on England and Her Colonies. Bvo., sd. Guildford, 1 /​- Lome (Marquis of) Imperial Federation. Fcp. Bvo. Sonnenschein, 1 /​- Lucas (C. P.) Introduction to a Historical Geography graphy of the British Colonies. Bvo. Clarendon Press, 4/​6 The first instalment of a Historical'Geography of the British Colonies. The contents are as follows—Chapter I.— What is a Colony ? ll.—Motives of Colonisation. lII. Climate and Race. IV. —Modes of Colonising and kinds of Colonists. V.—VI. Nations which have Colonised.—l. Ancient. —2. Modern. VII. —English Colonisation. VIII.— Changes in the English Colonies during the 19th century. Morris (D.) Fruit as a Factor in Colonial Commerce. A Paper Read at the Royal Colonial Institute. Cr. Bvo., sd. Farquharson, 6d. Mortimer-Franklyn (H.) The Unit of Imperial Federation : A Solution of the Problem. Bvo. Sonnenschein, 10/​6 Naval and Military Services. Report of Committee mittee on the Position of Officers in Receipt of Pensions, who are desirous of entering upon Military or Naval Service in the Colonies; also Correspondence with the Treasury. Folio. 6d. Norman (C. B.) Colonial France. Bvo. W. H. Allen, 15/​- Orpen (J. M.) Why and How the Colonies should be given Representation in England. Bvo., sd. Grahamstown, Cape Colony, 6d Phear (Herbert H.) Emigration: a Summary of the Acts that have been Passed for Assisting Emigration gration from England, Scotland, and Ireland. 8vo„ sd. Stevens Cr Sons, 1 /​- Ransome (Cyril) Our Colonies and Indies : How We Got Them and Why We Keep Them. Fcp. Bvo. Cassell, 1/​- Revue Coloniale Internationale. Yol. V., No, I. July, 1887.. Amsterdam, 2/​6 Bourinot (J. G.) Canada and the Federation of the Empire, Die Deutschen Colonien und Schutzgebiete im Friihjahr 1887. Hagen (Dr. B.) The Poisonous Serpents of Delhi. Finsch (Otto) Bemerkungen fiber die Wasserverhaltnisse in Neu Guinea und dem Bismarck-Archipel. Haardt (V.) Uebersichtskarte der Ethnographischen Verhaltnisse haltnisse von Asien und den angrenzenden Theilen Europa’s Besprechung von Dr. K. von Scherzer. Parkinson (R.) Im Bismarck-Archipel, “ Erlebnisse und Beobachtungen auf der Insel Neu Pommern,” u. s. w. Bibliographie Mensuelle. Ross (P. H. W.) Federation and the British Colonies. Bvo. sd. Low, 1j- Royal Colonial Institute : Proceedings of the Vol. XVIII. Bvo. Supplied to Fellows. Annual Subscription £2 ; non-resident Fellows 21 /​- Berry (Sir G.) The Colonies in Relation to the Empire. Watt (Dr. G.) The Trade of India. Chalmers (Rev. J.) New Guinea. Morris (D.) Fruit as a Factor in Colonial Commerce. British Columbia. Bishop of New Westminster. Jones (Prof. Rupert) Mineral Wealth of South Africa. Baden-Powell (G.) Colonial Government Securities. Winton (Sir F. de) Practical Colonisation. Jubilee Address to the Queen ; Proceedings ; Census of 1891. &​c. Salmon (C. S.) The Crown Colonies of Great Britain : an Inquiry into their Social Condition and Methods of Administration ; with a Chapter on the Black and the Brown Landholders of Jamaica, by R. G. Haliburton, Q.C. Cassell, 1/​- Seeley (J. R.) Our Colonial Expansion. Extracts from the “Expansion of England.” Cr. Bvo. Macmillan 1/​- Taylor (H. d’Esterre) Disruption of the Empire. Bvo. sd. Melbourne, 6d Temple (Sir Richard) Cosmopolitan Essays: The British Empire, Imperial Federation, &​c. Bvo. Chapman Cr Hall, 16/​- For Contents, see page 8. Vogel (M.) Das Britische Kolonialreich, geographisch, isch, geschichtlich und statistisch beschrieben. Miteiner Übersichtskarte. Berlin, 1887. Wanliss (T. W.) Bars to British Unity; or, a Plea for National Sentiment. Cr. Bvo. Paterson, 5/​-; sd. 1/​6 Ward (T. Humphry) Colonial Policy—see The Reign of Queen Victoria : a Survey of Fifty Years of Progress, p. 7. AUSTRALASIA. Aborigines—Manners and Customs of the Native Tribes of South Australia. With Introductory Chapter by J. D. Woods. Bvo. Adelaide, ifc>/​- Taplin (Rev. G.) The Narrinyeri Tribes. Wyatt (Dr. Wm.) Adelaide and Encounter Bay Tribes. Meyer (Rev. H. E. A.) Aborigines of Encounter Bay. Schiirmann (Rev. C. W.) Aborigines of Port Lincoln. Gason (S.) The Dieyerie Tribe. Bennett (J. W. Ogilvie) The Woolner District Dialect. Adams (F. W. L.) Australian Essays. i2mo. Melbourne, 2/​6 Melbourne and her Civilisation ; Poetry of Adam Lindsay Gordon ; the Salvation Army : Culture; Dawnwards : a Dialogue. logue. Allen (Jas.) History of Australia (1787-1882). i2mo. Melbourne, 6/​- Armstrong (A. S.) and Campbell (G.) Australian lian Sheep Husbandry : a Hand-Book of the Breeding and Treatment of Sheep and Station Management. Cr. Bvo., leather. Melbourne, 6/​- Anrep-Elmpt. Australien. Eine Reise durch den ganzen Weltheil von Reinhold Graf Anrept- Elmpt. 3 vols. Bvo, swd. Leipzig , The author (having visited the Sandwich Islands) first reached Sydney (via Auckland), in Sept. 1878; he then travelled elled through N.S. Wales and Queensland returning to Sydney Nov, 1879 : then proceeding slowly overland he arrived in Melbourne the last day of the year. He next visited Geelong, Ballarat, the Western District, and travelled overland to Adelaide, laide, via Penola, Mount Gambier,Robe,&​c. After goingnorth as far as Janies Town and Port Pirie, he returned and made other Excursions from Adelaide to Port Lincoln, Goolwa, &​c. returning to Melbourne by the end of the year, via Mount Gambier, Casterton, Hamilton, Ararat, Maryborough, Castlemaine maine and Kyneton. In January, 1881, he made another excursion to N.S. Wales, coming back in March to Melbourne whence he took passage in the Orient liner ss •* Aconcagua ” to Europe. In June, 1882, the author again turned his face to the South and took passage to Queensland, via Torres Straits afterwards travelling overland to Sydney and Melbourne bourne where he arrived at the beginning of March, 1883. Atlas of Australia (The New) : a Series of Large , Coloured Maps of the Divisions, Districts, and Counties of the Australian Colonies. To be issued in Five vols. 5/​* >' half-bound B/​-Each Colony separately 30/​-; hf-bd. 42/​- I. New South Wales (ready). 11. Victoria (ready) 111., IV., and V. Queensland, South Australia, and AVestern Australia (in preparation). This Atlas will show all cities, boroughs, post towns,villages, lages, district and shire councils, roads, railways, rivers, lakes, heights of mountains ; length, rise, and fall of rivers; the quantity of cereals and green crops, wine, etc., produced in the various colonies ; and all the geographical, geological, and mineralogical matter obtainable from the most authentic sources, with full indexes to each volume. Australian Colonies. Wollansfuhr der Australischen Colonien— Deutsche Rundschau fur Geographie graphie UND Statistik. IX. Jahrgang, heft 5, Feb. 1887. p. 230. Vienna, Australasian Farmer (The) a Practical Hand-Book for Farm and Station. Bvo. bd. Melbourne, 7/​6 Australian Portrait Gallery (The) and Memoirs of Representative Colonial Men, Appendices : Constitution Act, History of the Soudan Expedition. tion. 4to. pp. iv. 196, 115 and 24 portraits of N.S.W. Celebrities. Sydney, 21/​- Australian Sketches. (Stories Contributed to Australian Journals). By Overlander. Cr. 2/​- Autobiography of a Manchester Cotton Manufacturer. turer. By H. S. G. Cr. Bvo.bds. Melbourne, 2/​- Bale (AV. M.) Catalogue of the Australian Hydroid Zoophytes. Sydney, 3/​- Barker (Lady) Letters (from Western Australia) to Guy (her Son in England). Cr. Bvo, Macmillan, 6/​6 Station Life in New Zealand. New Edit. Cr. Bvo. (Colonial Lib.) Macmillan, 3/​6 ; sd. 2/​6 Bastian (Adolf) Der Papua des Dunkeln Inselreichs im Lichte Psychologischer Forschung. Bvo. Berlin. 8/​6 Bauerlen (Wm.) The Voyage of the “ Bonito : ” An Account of the Fly River Expedition to New Guinea. Bvo. pp. 38. Sydney, 1/​6 Blair (W.N.) The Industries of New Zealand. Bvo sd. Christchurch, ij- Bonwick (James) First Twenty Years of Australia, 1788-1808. A History. Cr. Bvo. Low, 5/​- The Lost Tasmanian Race. (Abridged from “ The Last of the Tasmanians.”) Bvo. Low, 4/​- British Colonies in Australasia, their Resources, sources, Prospects, &​c. Cr. Bvo. Street, 6/​- —-—Climate and Health in Australasia, to which is added Chapters on the Land Laws. Cr. Bvo. Street, 7/​6 French Colonies ; including Tahiti, Tubai, the Marquesas, Gambier Archipelago, Tuamotu, New Caledonia and New Hebrides. Cr. Bvo. Street, 2/​6 ■• —— The Romance of the Wool Trade in Australasia, lasia, &​c. Cr. Bvo. Griffith, 7/​6 Bradley (Robert S.) English Grammar and the Analysis of Sentences for Beginners, with Gradated ated Exercises. Fcp. Bvo. Melbourne, 1/​- Bradshaw (John) New Zealand As It Is. Bvo. 10/​6 Bramall (Henry) Mineral Resources of New Zealand. with map. Bvo. sd. Liverpool, 1/​- Brassey (Lady) Tahiti, with a series of Photographs taken by Col. Stuart AV'ortley. Low, 21/​- Brereton (John Le Gay) The Triumph of Love; Poems. Fcp. Bvo. Sydney, Britton (Henry) Loloma, or Two Years in Cannibal Land : a Story of Old Fiji. Cr. Bvo. Melb. 3/​6 Brown (J.E.) Practical Treatise on Tree Culture in South Australia. i2mo. Adelaide, 2/​6 (Capt. Thomas) Manual of New Zealand Coleoptera. Bvo. Wellington, (G. A.) Old Melbourne Memories: Sketches of Early Colonial Days. By Rolf Bolderwood. Cr. Bvo. bds. Melbourne, 2/​6 The Merino Sheep Breeding in Australia. Royal Bvo. Melbourne, 42/​- Browne (H.J.) Comfort for the Bereaved : or Where are our Loved Ones? Cr. Bvo. sd. Melbourne, 2/​- Atheism Philosophically Refuted. Bvo. sd. ' Melbourne, 6d. Buchanan (David) An Australian Orator : Speeches, Political, Social, Literary and Theological, Delivered in the Parliament of New South Wales, and on the Public Platform. Edited by Richmond mond Thatcher. Cr. Bvo, Lond. [ Sydney ] 5/​- Bull (J. Wratham) Early Experiences of Life in South Australia, and an Extended Colonial History. AVith Illustrations. Cr. Bv. Low, 7/​6 Burston (j. J.) New State School English Grammar. Fcp. Bvo. Melbourne, 1 /​- Butler (Annie R.) Glimpses of Maori Land. Cr. Bvo. R.l'.S. 5/​- Canterbury Rhymes LBy J. E. Fitzgerald, Crosbie Ward, E. J. Wakefield, and others 1868]; New Edition, with Notes, by W. P. Reeves. i2mo. Christchurch, Castella (Hubert de) John Bull’s Vineyard : Australian lian Sketches. i2mo. Melbourne, 1/​6 Catechism on Infantry Drill. Sydney. Part I. 2/​-: Part 11., 2/​6. Chalmers (James) and Gill (W. W.) Work and Adventure in New Guinea 187 7 -^ 5 * Ulust. Cr. Bvo. R.T.S., 6/​- Cheap Edition. ißmo. R.T.S. sd. 3d; cl. 6d. Pioneering in New Guinea. With Illustrations. tions. Bvo. R.T.S. 16/​- Clarke (Marcus) For the Term of His Natural Life New Edition. Cr. Bvo. 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Adelaide, 3/​6 Coombes(Edwd.)The Material Progress of New South Wales; a Paper read before the Royal Colonial Institute. Bvo. sd. London, 1/​* Report on Lighting. Heating, and A T entilation of School Buildings ; in Great Britain, the Continent tinent of Europe, and America. Sydney, 7/​6 Cooper (W. M.) Track from Katoomba to Jenolan Caves. With Map. Sydney , I/​- Coppinger (R.W.) The Cruise of the “ Alert ” : Four Years in Patagonian, Polynesian, and Mascarene Waters (1878-82). Bvo. Sonnenschein, 21/​- Coueslant (F.) Disease of the Vine, and how to Cure It. Bvo. sd. Melbourne , 1/​- Cowan (Frank) Fact and Fancy in New Zealand. The Terraces of Rotomahana, a Poem. With a Paper on Geyser Eruptions and Terrace Formations tions by Josiah Martin. Bvo. pp. 61. Auckland 2j- Cowan (Frank) Australia: a Charcoal Sketch. Bvo. swd. Greenburgh, Pennsylvania , 2 /​• Cox (Alfred) Men of Mark of New Zealand. i2mo. pp. xii. 237. Christchurch, 10/​6 Recollections : Australia, England, New Zealand, land, &​c. Bvo. Christchurch, 7/​6 (S. H.) and Rattle (F.) Mines and Minerals : a Guide to the Australian Miner. Cr. Bvo. Melbourne , 7/​6 Crosby (E. E.) The Persecutions in Tonga, as Narrated by Onlookers, and Now taking Place. Bvo. sd. London, j/​6 Curr (Edward M.) Recollections of Squatting in Victoria, Then Called the Port Phillip District (from 1841 to 1851). Bvo. Melbourne, 12/​6 The Australian Race ; its Origin, Languages, Customs, &​c. Vol. I. Bvo. Melbourne, Darley (C. A.) Notes on Drilling and Boring Artesian sian Wells. Sydney, 2/​- Davis (P. S.) An Analytical Index of Cases decided in the Supreme Court, the Court of Mines, and in the Vice-Admiralty Court of the Colony of Victoria, during the years 1871-83. Royal Bvo., hlf-cf., 38/​-; calf, 40/​- Melbourne (London). Dawson (James) Australian Aborigines : the Languages guages and Customs of Several Tribes of Aborigines gines in the Western District of Victoria. 4to, Photographs. Melbourne, 14/​- Dick (Wm. H.) The Famous Mount Morgan Gold Mine, Rockhampton, Queensland ; its History, Geological Formation, and Prospects; with an Account of the Chlorination Process for Extracting tracting Gold from Quartz Ore, &​c. Bvo., pp. 20, and advertisements. Rockhampton, 6d Featherman (A.) Social History of the Races of Mankind. Second Division: Papuo and Malayo Melanesians. Bvo. Trubner, 25/​- Fenton (Francis Dart) Suggestions for a History of the Origin and Migrations of the Maori People. Bvo., sd. v Azickland, 3/​- (James) A History of Tasmania, from 1642 to Present Time. Plates. Bvo. Hobart, 14/​- Rev. Charles Price (Independent Minister), His Life and Work. Cr. Bvo. Launceston, 3/​6 Fiji—Native Population, Correspondence, Maps. (Parliamentary Papers). Folio. Lotidon, 2/​8 Finch Hatton (Hon. 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