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

Volume 69

Volume 69


Bezar, Edwin, 1838-1936.

Some reminiscences of the "Die Hards" (57th West Middlesex Regiment). - Dunedin: Mills, Dick, 1891.

105 p.


Colenso, William, 1811-1899.

The authentic and genuine history of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand, February 5 and 6, 1840: being a faithful and circumstantial, though brief, narration of events which happened on that memorable occasion; with copies of the Treaty in English and Maori, and of the three early proclamation respecting the founding of the colony. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1890.

42 p. : map


Potter, Henry William, 1847

Samuel Duncan Parnell, founder of eight hours system. - Wellington: Evening Post Office, [1891]

8 p. : port.

Copy stamped 'Parnell Memorial Committee'.

page 53

Educational Institute of Otago.

Annual report. - Dunedin: 1(1877/78)--? 13 (1889/90)

Other issues in vols. 27, 42, 46, 67, 70, 72, 73, 75 and 83, and at no.26 in vol.


N.Z. Native Land Court.

Rules of the Native Land Court. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1890.

40 p.

Extract from New Zealand Gazette, 20th March, 1890.


Joubert, Jules, 1824-1907.

Proposed New Zealand exhibition in London. - Dunedin: Caxton Printing Company, 1890.

24 p.


New Zealand's jubilee, 1840-1890; the first fifty years of our history. The varied fortunes of the colony; a wonderful record. - Auckland: Wilsons and Horton, 1890.

96 p., xxiv p. of adverts.

Reprinted from The New Zealand Herald.


N.Z. Parliament. House of Representatives.

Party government: a debate in the House of Representatives, on August 15, 1890. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1890.

23 p.


Pitt, Albert, 1841-1906.

The truth about the primacy. - Nelson: Printed by R. Lucas and Son, Evening Mail Office, 1890.

12 p.

Bishop Suter's claims.


N.Z. Public Works Dept.

Sketch of the public works of New Zealand and catalogue of exhibits. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1890.

44 p.

At head of title: New Zealand and South Seas Exhibition, Dunedin, 1889-1890.


Buller, Sir Walter Lawry, 1838-1906.

On the wandering albatros; with an exhibition of specimens and the determination of a new species (Diomedea regia). Read before the Wellington Philosophical Society, 13th February 1891.

[230]-235 P.

Offprint from Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, 1890.


Carr, Ebenezer Caleb, fl. 1874-1902.

What are the claims of the Band of Hope movement upon the citizens of New Zealand?

A paper read ... at a conference of temperance workers, May 26, 1890. - Auckland: D.J. Wright,


4 p.

Author also identified as Edwin Caleb Carr.


Farnall, Harry Warner, 1839-1891.

The industrial depression in New Zealand: its cause and its only cure. Being the substance of an address delivered ... to the Auckland Knights of Labour, on Wednesday, January 8th, 1890. - Auckland: Star Office,


16 p.


Fox, Sir William, 1812-1893.

Compensation: a memorandum on the question whether it is due to the publican on the refusal to renew his license ... - Auckland: Wilsons and Horton, 1890.

11 p.


Gammell, John, 1835?-1913.

An inquiry into the origin of the Pentateuch, or, The Pentateuch of post-captivity date ... - Wellington: Lyon and Blair, 1890.

76 p.


Hill, E.H.

Gold from pyrites & other sulphides. Platinum in alluvial diggings. - Dunedin: James Horsburgh, 1890.

16 p. : ill.


Hutchison, George, 1846-1930.

The indictment of the Ministry; speech delivered ... in the House of Representatives, July 3, 1890. - [Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1890]

8 p.

Reprinted from Parliamentary debates.


Leary, Richard Henry, 1841-1894?

Dunedin City election: address to the electors, with supplementary remarks. - Dunedin: Otago Daily Times Office, 1890.

12 p.


Salmond, Sir John William, 1862-1924.

The superiority of written evidence.

11 p.

Reprinted from the Law quarterly review, Jan. 1890.


Walker, Francis Amasa, 1840-1897.

Mr Bellamy and the Nationalist Party: a criticism of the views contained in 'Looking backward'. - Auckland: W. Wildman, 1890.

34 p.

At head of title: Best American thought, No.l.


N.Z. Parliament. House of Representatives.

Constitutional reform: report of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives, together with appendix. Session II, 1891. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1891.

32 p.


Sawers, John.

The dairy industry of New Zealand: a report on the result of the season's work. - Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1891.

30 p.


Napier, William Joseph, 1857-1925.

Letters to the people on the political situation. - Auckland: Wilkinson, Central Printing Office, 1891.

12 p.


Garland, Charles Hughlings, 1857-1918.

Christianity v. secularism: a sermon preached ... at St. Paul's Church, Cambridge, on Sunday, May 17th, 1891. - Cambridge: J.S. Bond, 1891.

42 p.


Melland, Edward.

The case against party government in New Zealand. - Dunedin: Wise, Caffin, 1891.

31 p.


Educational Institute of Otago.

Annual report. - Dunedin: 1(1877/78)--? 14 (1890/91)

Other issues in vols. 27, 42, 46, 67, 68, 70, 72, 73, 75 and 83, and at no.4 in vol.


The United Millers, Engine-drivers, and Mill Employees' Society of New Zealand.

The Eight Hours movement: the correspondence thereon. - [Timaru: 1891]

20 p.

page 54

Bell, Sir Francis Henry Dillon, 1851-1936.

Mr H.D. Bell's address to the electors of Wellington, delivered at the Opera House, on Thursday, December 17th, 1891. Wellington: Edwards & Co., 1891.

14 p.


Hector, Sir James, 1834-1907.

Inaugural address, by Sir James Hector ... president. Christchurch, Thursday, 15th January, 1891.

21 p.

Reprinted from Transactions of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 1891.


Cotton, George Witherage, 1821-1892.

A State bank of issue, the only solution of the domestic currency question: a paper, read January 17, 1891, at the Association for the Advancement of Science, Christchurch, New Zealand. - Adelaide: Hussey & Gillingham, 1891.

19 p.


Laishley, Richard, 1844-1907.

The causes of, and the cure for, the exodus: the land tax, and other labour delusions, exposed. - Auckland: Wilsons and Horton, [1891]

12 p.

Reprinted from the New Zealand Herald and the Auckland Weekly News.

Also in vol. 23