PUBLICATIONS BY C. F. HURSTHOUSE.
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PUBLICATIONS BY C. F. HURSTHOUSE,
An Ex New Zealand Colonist, and Visitor in America, Canada, the Cape Colony, and Australia.
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NEW ZEALAND, THE "BRITAIN OP THE SOUTH:" Second Edition, with Two Large Colored Maps. Dedicated to the Hon. Members of the New Zealand House of Commons ..............................................15 0
BRITISH COLONIES--THEIR POLITICAL INCORPORATION INTO, OR SEPARATION FROM, THE MOTHER COUNTRY....................0 6
THE NEW ZEALAND HAND BOOK. Eleventh Edition ..................1 0
LONDON:--EDWARD STANFORD, 6 & 7, CHARING CROSS, S.W.
Times.--"In New Zealand, the 'Britain of the South,' Mr. Hursthouse touches on the various points interesting to Emigrants, in many cases with originality and acuteness."
Globe.--"He lays down the minutest details on every imaginable point with a sound sense and absence of pretension, quite refreshing."
Daily News.--"Abounding with most valuable information for those who may contemplate emigration to one of the most thriving and beautiful of British colonies, destined to be, at no distant day, the 'Queen of the Pacific'"
Morning Post.--"Unquestionably the most satisfactory and reliable work that has come under our notice in connection with the emigration movement"
Economist.--"Mr. Hursthouse gives no exaggerated description of an emigrant's life but states the case impartially."
Spectator.--"The merit of this book consists in the full and impartial account it gives of the colony, and the sound advice which accompanies it. There is no attempt to paint anything in rose colour."
Australian Mail.--"This is the standard work on New Zealand. It is a rich treasury of New Zealand information, and although the number of pages exceeds 500, there is not one in which mere fine writing, or book making can be traced."
Illustrated Times.--"A thoroughly convincing book, well written, in a lively, graceful yet strong and healthy style."
Morning Herald.--"To any intending Colonist this book will be invaluable."
Literary Gazette.--"His introductory chapter puts before the reader his intentions and qualifications in a few sentences that do him much credit."
Observer.--"Perfectly master of his subject. Without much presumption he might have entitled his book a 'Cyclopaedia' of all that an intending Emigrant to New Zealand requires to know of his adopted country."