From Tasman To Marsden.
Newspapers, Almanacks, and other periodical publications are entered, if often consulted, under the date of the first issue referred to, but if only occasionally consulted, under the date of the issue consulted. Works which include other than N.Z. material have the latter indicated thus—[ ]. Where the work is very rare, the Library where a copy can be found is given.
1744. HARRIS, JOHN. A Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels. 2 vols., fol. London. [Vol. I., pp. 325 to 331.]
1771. DALRYMPLE, A.,andFRANKLIN, B.Scheme of a Voyage to convey the Conveniences of Life, Domestic Animals, Corn, Iron, &c., to New Zealand. 4to. [London.]
1780. Annual Register for the Year 1779. [Useful Projects, pp. 110 to 112.]
1806. Franklin's Works. 3 vols. 8vo. London. [Vol. II., pp. 403 to 407.]
1843. New Zealand Journal. [P. 42.]
1882. Sm. 4to. [E. A. Petherick, London.] 50 copies only printed.
1773. HAWKESWORTH, JOHN. An Account of the Voyages… performed by… Captain Cook in the… Endeavour. 3 vols. 4to. London.
PARKINSON, SYDNEY. A Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas in H.M.S. the Endeavour. Roy. 4to. London.
1777. COOK, JAMES. A Voyage towards the South Pole and Round the World. Performed in H.M.S. the Resolution and Adventure. In the Years 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775. 2 vols. 4to. London.page 214
1783. [ROCHON, ABBE ALEXIS.] Nouveau Voyage a la Mer Du Sud, Commencé sous les Ordres de M. Marion… On a joint a ce voyage un Extrait de celui de M. De Surville daus les mênes Parages. 8vo. Paris. [Pp. 56 to 168, 251 to 290, and plates 1 to 6.]
1789. PHILLIP, A.The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay. 4to. London. [Pp. 226 to 233, and xxxiv.]
1795. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Sermons Preached in London at the Formation of the Missionary Society. 8vo. London. [Pp. 1 to 44.]
PARKER, CAPTAIN. A Voyage Round the World in the Gorgon, Man-of-War. 8vo. London. [P. 112.]
1798. COLLINS, DAVID. An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. 2 vols. 4to. (Vol. II., 1802). London.
1804. 2nd ed. 1 vol. 4to. London.
1910. 1 vol. 8vo. Christchurch.
1799. LABILLARDIERE, M.Relation du Voyage a la Recherche de La Perouse. 2 vols. 4to. Paris. [Vol. II., pp. 82 to 91.]
1800. LABILLARDIERE, M.An Account of a Voyage in Search of La Perouse. Translated from the French. 2 vols. 8vo. J. Debret, London. [Vol. II., pp. 81 to 90.] 1802, 2nd ed. [Vol. II., pp. 81 to 90.]
LABILLARDIERE, M.Voyage in Search of La Perouse. Translated from the French. 2 vols. 8vo. J. Stockdale, London. [Vol. II., pp. 86 to 95.]
1802. WILSON, CAPTAIN WILLIAM. Letter to Joseph Hardcastle. The Christian Magazine, or Evangelical Repository, Vol. VI., pp. 347 to 351.page 215
1803. SYDNEY GAZETTE, The. 1803 to 1819. Published weekly in Sydney, New South Wales.
1804. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Transactions. [Vol. I., pp. 213 to 232.]
1806. NEW SOUTH WALES POCKET ALMANACK, The. 1806 to 1819.
1807. WARNER, GREGORY. Letter to Missionary Society. Evangelical Magazine, p. 468.
SAVAGE, JOHN. Some Account of New Zealand, particularly the Bay of Islands and Surrounding Country.… 8vo. London.
1808. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Religious Intelligence. Evangelical Magazine, pp. 39, 138, 355.
1810. BARRINGTON, G.History of New South Wales. 8vo. London. [Pp. 539 to 544.]
1813. BURNEY, CAPTAIN JAMES. A Chronological History of the Discoveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean. 5 vols. 4to. London. [Part III.]
KRUSENSTERN, CAPTAIN A. J. von. Voyage Round the World in the Years 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806. A Translation. 2 vols. 4to. London. [Vol. I., p. v.]
MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Transactions. [Vol. III., p. 186.]
SMITH, WM. Journal of a Voyage in the Missionary Ship Duff. 12mo. New York.
TURNBULL, J.A Voyage Round the World in the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804. Second Edition. 4to. London. [Pp. 495 to 502.]page 216
1814. MISSIONARY REGISTER, The. 1814 to 1818, 1814 and 1815, fcp. 8vo; 1816 to 1819, demy 8vo. London.
[1814. Vol. II., pp. 459 to 469.
1815. Vol. III., pp. 101 to 105, 155 to 163, 188 to 201, 263 to 269, 477 to 486.
1816. Pp. 5, 114 to 118, 197 and 198, 327 to 332. 459 to 471, 500 to 527.
1817. Pp. 19, 71 to 79, 344 to 351, 387 and 389, 519 to 527, 534 and 535.
1818. Pp. 12, 72 to 74, 93 and 94, 121, 231, 461 and 462, 473, 525 to 527.
1819. Pp. 43 and 44, 66, 323, 463 to 467.]
1815. KENDALL, THOMAS. A Korao no New Zealand, or the New Zealander's First Book. 12mo. Sydney. The only known copy is in the Auckland Museum.
1816. PURDY, JOHN. The Oriental Navigator, or Directions for Sailing to, from, and upon the Coasts of the East-Indies, China, Australia, &c. 4to. London. P. (697). A copy is in the Public Library, Sydney.
A portion of the above is published separately under the title:—“Tables of the Positions or of the Latitudes and Longitudes of Places," composed to Accompany the “Oriental Navigator," &c. A copy is in the McNab Collection, Dunedin.
1817. NICHOLAS, J. L.Narrative of a Voyage to New Zealand performed in the Years 1814 and 1815 in company with the Rev. Samuel Marsden. 2 vols. 8vo. London.
1818. BERRY, ALEXANDER. Particulars of the Destruction of a British Vessel on the Coast of New Zealand, with Anecdotes of a New Zealand Chief. Edinburgh Magazine, Vol. II., pp. 403 to 408.
1819. RAITHBY. The Statutes of the United Kingdom. 4to. London. [Vol. VII., p. 99.]page 217
1819. BERRY, ALEXANDER. Particulars of a Late Visit to New Zealand and of the Measures taken for rescuing some English Captives there. Edinburgh Magazine, Vol. IV., pp. 304 to 314, and 405 to 409.
1827. BERRY, ALEXANDER. Particulars of the Destruction of a British Vessel on the Coast of New Zealand, with Anecdotes of some New Zealand Chiefs. Constable's Miscellany, Vol. IV., pp. 322 to 353.
1829. ELLIS, REV. WILLIAM. Polynesian Researches. 2 vols. 8vo. London. [Vol. I., pp. 23 to 29.]
1831. Second Edition. 4 vols. sm. 8vo.
1835. Third Edition. 4 vols. sm. 8vo.
1856. New Edition.
1830. [CRAIK, GEORGE LILLIE.] The New Zealanders. Two parts (March and April). 12mo. Library of Entertaining Knowledge, London.
1830. Re-issued in one volume.
1830. The New Zealanders. 12mo. Boston, U.S.A.
1830. Die Newzeeländer (German Translation). 12mo. Leipsic.
1838. The New Zealanders. Abridged from the Library of Entertaining Knowledge. By the Rev. Daniel Smith. 12mo. New York. A copy in the McNab Collection, Dunedin.
1847. The New Zealanders. 12mo. M. A. Nattali, London.
1835. [JORGENSON, JORGEN.] A Shred of Autobiography. Hobart Town Almanack and Van Diemen's Land Annual, pp. 115 to 180.
1838. HOUSE OF LORDS REPORTS. Present State of the Islands of New Zealand. Fol. London.
1843. WILLIAMS, THE REV. JOHN. Memoirs of the Life of. By Ebenezer Prout. 8vo. London. [Pp. 47 to 49.]page 218
1878. COLENSO, W.On the Day in which Captain Cook took Formal Possession of New Zealand. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. X., pp. 99 to 108.
1880. COLENSO, W.A few Remarks on a Cavern near Cook's Well, at Tolaga Bay, and on a Tree found there. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XII., pp. 147 to 150.
1883. BARSTOW, R. C.Our Earliest Settlers. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XV., pp. 421 to 432.
1889. BARTON, G. B.History of New South Wales from the Records. 2 vols. (Vol. II., 1894). 8vo. Sydney.
WILLIAMS, ARCHDEACON W. L.Cook's Visit to Poverty Bay and Tolaga Bay. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XXI., p. 389.
1891. ROCHON, ABBE ALEXIS. Crozet's Voyage to Tasmania, New Zealand, the Ladrone Islands, and the Philippines, in the Years 1771–1772. Translation by H. Ling Roth. Roy. 8vo. London.
1892. BLADEN, F. M.Historical Records of New South Wales. 8 vols. (Vol. I., pt. 2, 1892; Vol. I., pt. 1, 1893; Vol. II., 1893; Vol. III., 1895; Vol. IV., 1896; Vol. V., 1897; Vol. VI., 1898; Vol. VII., 1901). 8vo. Sydney.
WHARTON, CAPTAIN W. J. L.Captain Cook's Journal during his First Voyage Round the World, made in H.M. Bark Endeavour, 1768 to 1771. Roy. 8vo. London.
1896. HOCKEN, Dr. T. M.Tasman and his Journal. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XXVIII., p. 117.
HOOKER, Sir J. D.Journal of the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Banks during Captain Cook's First Voyage in H.M.S. Endeavour in 1768–1771. 8vo. London.page 219
1896. SMITH, S. PERCY. Volcanic Activity in Sunday Island in 1814. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XXVIII., pp. 47 to 49.
1898. HEERES, J. E.Abel Janszoon Tasman's Journal of his Discovery of Van Diemen's Land and New Zealand in 1642. Roy. fol. Amsterdam.
1899. SMITH, S. PERCY. Wars of the Northern against the Southern Tribes of New Zealand in the Nineteenth Century, Part II. Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol. VIII., pp. 201 to 213.
SYDNEY GAZETTE, The. Vol. I. (Mar. 5, 1803, to Feb. 26, 1804). A photographic reprint. Sydney.
1901. MORRIS, PROFESSOR E. E.On the Tracks of Captain Cook. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XXXIII., pp. 499 to 514.
1903. DUNCAN, RUSSELL. Following the Tracks of Captain Cook. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XXXV., pp. 32 to 45.
HASZARD, H. D. M.Foot-tracks of Captain Cook. Transactions of the N.Z. Institute, Wellington, Vol. XXXV., p. 24.
1904. SMITH, S. PERCY. Wars of the Northern against the Southern Tribes of New Zealand in the Nineteenth Century. Roy. 8vo. Wellington.
1910. Second Edition, Maori Wars of the Nineteenth Century, pp. 80 to 90.
1908. McNAB, ROBERT. Historical Records of New Zealand. 2 vols. (Vol. II., 1914). 8vo. Wellington.
1912. BERRY, ALEXANDER. Reminiscences of. 8vo. Sydney. For private circulation.page break