1850? - Brees, S. C. Guide and Description of the Panorama of New Zealand - New Zealand Company, p 1-2

       
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NEW ZEALAND COMPANY.

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NEW ZEALAND COMPANY.

INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER, A.D. 1841.

COURT OF DIRECTORS.

Governor.
THE HON. FRANCIS BARING, M.P.

Deputy Governor.
HENRY AGLIONBY AGLIONBY, ESQ., M.P.

Directors.

ROBERT BAYNES ARMSTRONG, ESQ., M.P.
JOHN ELLERKER BOULCOTT, ESQ.
THE LORD COURTENAY.
ALEXANDER CURRIE, ESQ.
JOHN ROBERT GODLEY, ESQ.
THE BARON DE GOLDSMID.
JAMES ROBERT GOWEN, ESQ.
ARCHIBALD HASTIE, ESQ., M.P.
SIR RALPH HOWARD, BART., M.P.
WILLIAM HUTT, ESQ., M.P.
ROSS DONELLY MANGLES, ESQ., M.P.
GEORGE LYALL, JUNIOR, ESQ.
GEORGE ROBERT MARTEN, ESQ.
WILLIAM MONSELL, ESQ., M.P.
ALEXANDER NAIRNE, ESQ.
THE RIGHT HON. THE LORD PETRE.
JEREMIAH PILCHER, ESQ.
ALDERMAN SIR JOHN PIRIE, BART.
JOHN ABEL SMITH, ESQ., M.P.
THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL TALBOT.
ALDERMAN WILLIAM THOMPSON, ESQ., M.P.
GEORGE FREDERICK YOUNG, ESQ.

HER MAJESTY'S COMMISSIONER.

CHARLES COX, ESQ.

Agents for the Settlements.

PRINCIPAL AGENT AT WELLINGTON--WILLIAM FOX, ESQ.
RESIDENT AGENT AT NELSON--FRANCIS DILLON BELL, ESQ.
RESIDENT AGENT AT NEW PLYMOUTH--WILLIAM HALSE, ESQ.
RESIDENT AGENT AT OTAGO--CAPTAIN WILLIAM CARGILL.

LAND.

The Company possesses, under Crown Titles, extensive Tracts of Land in its Settlements of Wellington Nelson New Plymouth and Otago.

These are at present offered for Purchase, in Town Allotments of a Quarter Acre, (Suburban, in Otago only, of Ten Acres), and Rural of Twenty-five Acres each; and for Pasturage, in proportion to the quantity of Purchased Land held by each Applicant.

To Purchasers in the United Kingdom in India or in China an allowance is granted for the Passage to New Zealand of themselves and their families. Including such allowance, Two-thirds of the Purchase Money are expended in providing a supply of Labor and other objects beneficial to the Purchasers.

PASSENGER-SHIPS.

First-Class Passenger-Ships are despatched to the Company's Settlements every two months or oftener.

In each of these an experienced Surgeon is appointed; Medicines Medical Comforts and an ample Dietary for each class of Passengers are provided, every article being of the best quality and examined by the Company's

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Inspector before shipment; and the Rates of Passage, Provisions and Medical care included, are reduced to the lowest possible sum.

RATES OF PASSAGE, PROVISIONS INCLUDED.

AGE.

CHIEF-CABIN.

FORE-CABIN.

STEERAGE CABIN.

Each person 14 years old and upwards

45 Guineas

25 Guineas

18 Guineas

Each Child 7 years old and under 14

27 "

15 "

10 "

Each Child 1 year old, and under 7

18 "

10 "

8 "

Under 1 year old...

0 "

0 "

0 "

ASSISTED-PASSAGES.

To persons who are unable to Purchase Land, or to pay in full for their own Passage, assistance is granted, under certain Regulations, to the extent of from One-third to Two-thirds of their Passage-money.

The Terms and further particulars relating to Land may be obtained at the NEW ZEALAND HOUSE, London, or the OTAGO OFFICE, 27 South Hanover-Street, Edinburgh; and relating to Ships from MR. JOSEPH STAYNER, 110 Fenchurch-Street, London.

By order of the Court,
THOMAS CUDBERT HARINGTON.
New Zealand House, 9, Broad-Street Buildings,
London, 1st October
1849.

PUBLICATIONS RELATING TO NEW ZEALAND.

1843.
Letters from the Bishop of New Zealand, published for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1s.... Rivingtons.

1844.
New Zealand. Part 1, ditto, 1s......ditto.

1845.
Ditto. Parts 2, 3, & 4, ditto, 1s. each... ditto.
Brown's New Zealand, and its Aborigines, 6s.... Smith, Elder & Co.
Martin's New Zealand and its Affairs, 8s..... Simmonds.
E. J. Wakefield's Adventure in New Zealand, 2 vols. 28s.. J. Murray.
Illustrations to the above, 63s....... Smith, Elder & Co.

1848.
Emigrant's Guide to New Zealand, 6d..... Orr & Co.
Hand-Book for New Zealand, 6s...... J. W. Parker.
Otago Journal, Nos. 1 to 3, 2d. each..... Smith, Elder & Co.
Plan of the Settlement of Canterbury, 6d..... J. W. Parker.

1849.
Fox's Report on Nelson, 2d. ....... Smith, Elder & Co.
New Zealand, part 5, published as above, 1s.... Rivingtons.
Otago Journal, Nos. 4 and 5, 2d. each.... Smith, Elder & Co.
Hursthouse's New Plymouth, 6s. ..... ditto.
Handbook for Intending Emigrants, 2s. 6d.... Orr & Co.
New Zealand Journal, published every alternate Saturday, containing the most recent intelligence from the Colony, 6d. Stewart & Murray, and all newsmen.

Maps of New Zealand have been published by Messrs. Arrowsmith, Smith, Williams & Co., and Wyld, London; and Black, Johnson, and Smith, Edinburgh; price from 2s. 6d. to 12s. each; and Plans, Charts, &c, of the various Settlements, by Messrs. Smith, Elder & Co., London, price from 2s. 6d. to 5s. each.

All the above Publications can be procured through any Bookseller in Town or Country.



London: Printed by STEWART & MURRAY, Old Bailey.


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