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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: a catalogue with indexes

Volume 54

Volume 54


Sprague, W.B.

Institute of Actuaries; president's inaugural address. - Melbourne: M'Carron, Bird and Co., [1885]

20 p.


Garrison, H.D.

The absence of design in nature: a lecture delivered before the Philosophical Society of Chicago, November 24th, 1883. - Chicago:

Stern, 1884.

19 p.



Charles Bradlaugh, M.P., and the Irish nation; what Charles Bradlaugh has said, and how he has voted, in regard to Ireland. Addressed to Irishmen of all creeds, by 'Humanitas'. - London: Freethought Publishing Company, 1885.

48 p.


Gt Brit. Board of Trade.

Instructions to surveyors: tables of freeboard. - London: H.M.S.O., 1885.

53 p.


Cobden Club.

Annual meeting of the Cobden Club, held at the National Liberal Club ... on Saturday June 27th, 1885. Special report for the Club.

[London: 1885]

15 p.


Cobden Club.

Report of the proceedings at the dinner. - London: 1870-?


Other issues in vol. 21

page 42

Phillips, Coleman, 1846-1925.

The Book of Common Prayer, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church of God in New Zealand; being an amendment of the present Church of England service, respectfully suggested for the use of all men who desire to worship God side by side in brotherly adoration. - Wellington: Lyon & Blair, 1886.

xv, 5-44 p.

Proof copy (final) of Morning prayer section.

12 p.

Also in vol. 14

Complete copy in Unbound pamphlets.


Bell, Mark Sever, 1843-1906.

Imperial strategic communications with special reference to the Turko-Persic-Indian line and the strategic considerations influencing its alignment and defence. - [Simla?: 1885]

25 p. : fold.map


Franklyn, Henry Mortimer, 1848?-1900.

Sir James Stephen's vindication of Sir Elijah Impey: 'The story of Nuncomar'. - Melbourne: Office of the Victorian Review [1885?]

27 p.

Reprinted from the Victorian review for October.


Meeson, John T.

The proper functions of government, and the evils that arise from overstepping them: a paper read before the Nelson Philosophical Society, on Monday, 14th Sept., 1885. - Nelson: Lucas, 1885.

28 p.


Crawford, James Coutts, 1817-1889.

The Maori language, with remarks on the reform of English spelling. Read before the Wellington Philosophical Society, 21st October, 1885.

[46]-58 p.

Offprint from the Transactions of the New Zealand Institute.


Frankland, Frederick' William, 1854-1916.

The non-Euclidian geometry vindicated: a reply to Mr Skey. Read before the Wellington Philosophical Society, 13th February, 1884.

[58]-69 p.

Offprint from Transactions of the New Zealand Institute.


Leith, John.

An answer to Professor Piazzi Smyth's questions as to the meaning of the symbols of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. - Auckland: Wilsons and Horton, 1885.

22 p.

Cover title: Why is the bulk of the ocean retained in the southern hemisphere?


Hector, Sir James, 1834-1907.

On the total solar eclipse of September 9, 1885 (in a letter of Professor Stokes) [208]-211 p.

Offprint from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, no.240, 1886.