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WORKS ON NEW ZEALAND.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED BY SMITH, ELDER AND CO., CORNHILL, LONDON.
On a large Imperial Folio sheet. Price 5s. coloured.
A COMPLETE PLAN OF THE TOWN OF WELLINGTON,
The First and Principal Settlement of the New Zealand Company.
By Captain W. M. SMITH, Surveyor-General.
"This is one of the most beautifully executed Plans of a Town we have ever seen, exhibiting the natural features of the surface, such as Hill and Dale. Every Town-Acre is marked with a double set of Figures shewing the original numbers in the Surveyor-General's Plan, and also the positions of the respective Allotments, selected in the order of choice as drawn at the ballot in England, by which Proprietors of Land in this favoured spot may see at a glance the exact position of their respective Locations, and also that of their friends.
"The extent of Land around the Town, reserved for Parks and Public purposes, with the Native and Church Reserves, are also distinguished."
In Imperial folio. Price 3s. plain, and 5s. coloured.
A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF
THE HARBOUR OF PORT NICHOLSON,
With its various Bays, Islands, and Soundings, shewing also the relative positions of the Town and Country Sections for several miles round tho Town of Wellington, and distinguishing the Rivers and state of the Soil, &c. throughout the respective districts.
By W. M. SMITH, Surveyor General.
"This is truly a comprehensive and highly interesting Map, and beautifully executed. The whole of the Allotments in this valuable and extensive tract of country are clearly pointed out and distinguished by Numbers which at once shew the Estates of the various proprietors."
Just published, price 3s. plain, and 5s. coloured, with a descriptive Key,
A LARGE VIEW OF
LAMBTON HARBOUR in PORT NICHOLSON,
New Zealand, comprehending the Water Frontage of the Town of Wellington; beautifully executed in Tinted Lithography, from the Original Drawing by C. Heaphy, Draughtsman to the New Zealand Company.
On a Large Royal Sheet. Price One Shilling.
THE NEW ZEALAND ALMANACK FOR 1842;
Containing, with the usual contents of an Ephemeris, complete Lists of the Directors, Officers and Agents, &c. of the New Zealand Company--Of the various Government Officers and Appointments in the Colony. A Summary of Regulations for Emigrants. The Terms of Purchasing Lands. Statements of Wages and Prices, &c. &c.
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WORKS ON NEW ZEALAND.
Just published, price 3s. plain, and 5s. coloured.
A LARGE PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE
NEW PLYMOUTH SETTLEMENT
In the Districts of Taranake, New Zealand, taken from the Anchorage Bay, shewing the range of the Houses recently Built by the Natives in anticipation of the Arrival of Emigrants. --From a Drawing taken on board the "Brougham," by Geo. Duppa, Esq.
Just published, price 1s. 6d. coloured, and 2s. 6d. in case,
A MAP OF NEW ZEALAND.
A complete Map of the Islands of New Zealand, brought down to the Present Time, from the Government and other recent Surveys, and including the various Settlements of the New Zealand Company.
In Demy 8vo. Price 3s. 6d. sewed.
NEW ZEALAND DESCRIBED.
A Series of Letters to the Right Hon. Earl Durham, late Governor of the New Zealand Land Company, &c. &c. on the Colonization of that Island, and on the Present Condition and Prospects of its Native Inhabitants. By John Dunmore Lang, D. D., Principal of the Australian College, and Senior Minister of the Church of Scotland in New South Wales.
"To persons who may have formed an idea of betaking themselves to this new asylum, we earnestly recommend Dr. Lang's Book, a seasonable, authentic, and highly useful pamphlet."--Times.
Recently published in Demy 8vo. Price 2s. sewed.
THE CLIMATE AND CAPABILITIES OF NEW ZEALAND,
Observations on the Climate of New Zealand, particularly with reference to its superior Sanative or Healthy Character, and its Congenial and Remedial effects on the English Constitution, with a general Account of the Island, its Animal and Vegetable Productions, its Agricultural Resources, and its Commercial Capabilities as a Residence for British Emigrants and Capitalists.
By WILLIAM SWAINSON, Esq.
"This is a clear and faithful resume of every thing relating to the climate of New Zealand, especially in reference to its influence on the Health of Europeans."
Now ready, in Post 8vo. with Maps and Plates. Price 8s. cloth,
NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AND NEW SOUTH WALES.
A Record of Recent Travels in these Colonies, with especial reference to Emigration, and the Advantageous employment of Labour and Capital. By R. G. JAMESON, Esq. Surgeon Superintendant of Emigrants to Australia, &c.
"One of the most intelligent accounts of New Zealand and Australia that has yet appeared."--Colonial Gazette.
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WORKS ON NEW ZEALAND.
In Demy 8vo. with Plate. Price 6d.
THE SETTLEMENT OF NEW PLYMOUTH,
In New Zealand, from the testimony of Eye-witnesses. Together with the Terms of Purchase for Lands--Regulations for Labouring Emigrants, &c. &c. Compiled under the direction of the West of England Board of the New Zealand Company.
"This is a faithful Picture of New Plymouth from the testimony of eyewitnesses who could have no interest in misstating, many of them being Emigrants of the labouring class; we therefore confidently recommend this useful work to the notice of the public."
Small 8vo. Price 1s. stitched.
THE PRESENT STATE, RESOURCES, AND PROSPECTS OF NEW ZEALAND.
By EDWARD CAMPBELL.
"This is the best Tract that has yet appeared concerning these Settlements; it is short yet full of information, and written with the strictest impartiality. His picture of the Natives is extremely accurate and valuable."--Atlas.
Third Edition, Post 8vo. Price 4s. boards.
JOURNAL OF A RECENT VISIT TO
THE VINEYARDS OF SPAIN AND FRANCE;
Forming a Guide to the Profitable Culture of the Vine in New South Wales; and to the manufacture of the various Wines of Australia and New Zealand to rival those of France, Spain, and Portugal: also, Directions for the successful culture of the Olive; with useful remarks on the preparation of Raisins, Figs, Almonds, and other Dried Fruits, with an estimate of their Profits as articles of Merchandise. Forming a guide to the Australian and New Zealand Farmer, &c.
By JAMES BUSBY, Esq. of New South Wales.
In Demy 8vo. with 45 Botanical Plates. Price 21s.
THE TROPICAL AGRICULTURIST,
A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of various Productions suited to Tropical Climates, and capable of advantageous production in our Colonies, &c.
BY GEORGE RICHARDSON PORTER,
BY THE SAME AUTHOR,
THE NATURE AND PROPERTIES OF THE SUGAR CANE;
With Practical Directions for the Improvement of its Culture, and the Manufacture of its Products. With Plates, price 15s.
"These two valuable volumes open to Colonial Residents such a mine of hitherto concealed wealth, that every Proprietor, Emigrant, or person interested in the success of an Emigrant Friend ought to procure a Copy of each as their surest guide to fortune."
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WORKS FOR NEW ZEALAND EMIGRANTS.
Published under the Patronage of the Aborigines Protection Society. 8vo. Price 1s.
NEW ZEALAND AND ITS NATIVE POPULATION.
By ERNEST DIEFFENBACK, M. D. Naturalist to the New Zealand Co.
Just Published in Demy 8vo. Price 1s.
A TREATISE ON BREEDING THE ALPACA;
OR, PERUVIAN SHEEP.
A Memoir addressed to Proprietors of Mountain and other Waste Lands, and Agriculturists, on the Naturalization of the Alpaca; or Peruvian Sheep. Recommended by the Natural History Society of Liverpool, as a New Breeding Stock not likely to interfere with Sheep Pasturage, and as being calculated to supply the Manufacturer with another Raw Material, applicable by its Fine Quality and Glossiness to the purposes of Silk; and thus not in the least intermeddling with the Growers of British Sheep's Wool, or Worsted Spinners and Woollen Manufacturers.
By WILLIAM WALTON.
Just published in Demy 8vo. Price 4s.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP,
Addressed to the Flock-masters of Australia, New Zealand, and Southern Africa, showing the means by which the Wool of these Colonies may be improved, and suggesting ideas for the introduction of other Lanigerous Animals, suited to the climate, and calculated to add to their Agricultural Resources.
By THOMAS SOUTHEY, Wool Broker.
In Post 8vo. Price 12s. in neat cloth binding,
A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON BREWING,
Based on Chemical and Economical Principles; with Formulae for Public Brewers, and Instructions for Private Families.
By William Black, Brewer.
Second Edition, much enlarged and improved.
Revised by DR. BIRKBECK.
"This very useful work reappears with many valuable additions to its former instructions and information. The art of Brewing can no longer be a mystery or matter of difficulty; and neither the wholesale nor the private brewer should be without it."--Argus.
"The Second Edition of Mr. Black's Treatise on Brewing, is really worthy of attention, not only of private families, but of wholesale Brewers. The plain directions given for Brewing are highly advantageous."--Morning Advertiser.
"A very useful compendium of practical information on this important subject, and particularly calculated for the use of Emigrants to other Lands, as the plain directions are applicable to every Country and every Climate." Chronicle.