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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 2

Class 1. — Works Of Art, &c

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Class 1.

Works Of Art, &c.

1.

Allen, J. W. Dunedin

Oil Paintings. Oil Portrait

2.

Armstrong, John P., Dunedin

Case of Artificial Dentistry

3.

Armstrong, Mrs., Dunedin

New Zealand Ferns

4.

Bank of New Zealand

Specimens from the New Zealand Goldfields—
3

Specimens Auriferous Quartz from the Thames Goldfield

38

Specimens Alluvial Gold from Otago Goldfields Models of Ingots of Gold and Silver as exported

Also additional Specimens—

The following is the average composition of alluvial gold from the Southern Goldfields, as per assay:—
Gold … .0627
Silver .0363
Copper .0010
1.0000
And the average composition of gold from quartz from the Thames District, per assay, is as under:—
Gold … .6565
Silver .3390
Copper .0045
1.0000
Gold from the same district, refined by a process patented by the Bank of New Zealand, yields the following results per assay:—
Gold … 9942
Silver .0058
1.0000
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5.

Barker, Stephen, Dunedin

New Zealand Ferns in frames

6.

Barry, M., Napier

Wool Flowers

7.

Binns, George J., Dunedin

Water-colour Sketch

8.

Binns, Mrs. M. C, Dunedin

Water-colour Sketch, New Zealand Scenery

9.

Block, Theo., Nelson

2 Frames Photographs

10.

Blomfield, Charles, Auckland

4 Oil Paintings, New Zealand Scenery

11.

Bonner, A. C., Dunedin

Book of New Zealand Ferns

12.

Brown, James, Dunedin

Specimens of Kauri Gum Ornaments

13.

Buller, Dr. Walter Laury, Sc.D., F.L.S., F.G.S., &c.,

Wellington
1.

A History of the Birds of New Zealand. Royal quarto. London, 1873.

2.

Contributions to the Zoology of New Zealand. Being a volume of original papers, contributed to various Scientific Journals

3.

Manual of New Zealand Birds. Published by the Geological Survey Department, Wellington

4.

Te Karere o Poneke, 1858-59. A weekly newspaper in the Maori language; edited by exhibitor

5.

Te Manuhiri Tuarangi; or, "Maori Intelligence," 1861. Published by the Government, and edited by the exhibitor

6.

Te Karere Maori, 1861. Special series containing proceedings of Kohimarama Conference, in English and Maori. Published by authority. Edited by exhibitor, as Secretary of the Conference.

14.

Burnside, J. A., Dunedin

Model of the Residence of the Hon. R. Campbell, Otekaika

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15.

Burton Brothers, Dunedin

Photographs. (See also Dunedin Corporation Exhibit)

16.

Burwell, F. W., F.R.I B.A., Invercargill

Architectural Drawings

17.

Callender, Miss Eliza, Dunedin

Book British Ferns, arranged by exhibitor

18.

Callender, Miss Jane, Dunedin

Book New Zealand Ferns, arranged and classified by exhibitor

19.

Carmichael, Mrs. Helen, Dunedin

2 Gipsy Table Tops, Ornamented

20.

Carroll, Miss E., Dunedin

2 Pictures in wool and silk

21.

Cherrill, Nelson K., Christchurch

Photographs on Porcelain, Ceramic Enamels, Portraits, &c.

22.

Clifford and Morris, Dunedin

Photographs consisting of Portraits and New Zealand Views

23.

Colenso, W., F.L.S., Napier

New Testament, printed in Maori in New Zealand, 1837, 8vo. edition, and first one of 5000 copies; being the first copy of the New Testament printed in the Southern Hemisphere

Church of England Prayer Book, complete, with Psalms, Rubrics, Thirty-nine Articles, and also Forty-two Hymns 12mo.

Early Public Papers, viz.:—
1.

First Government Gazette, 1840

2.

First English Placard, 1836

3.

First English Circular, 1835

4.

First English Prospectus, 1839

5.

First English Proclamation, 1840

6.

Second English Proclamation, 1840

7.

Third English Proclamation, 1840

8.

Fourth English Proclamation, 1840

9.

Treaty of Waitangi, in Maori, 1870

10.

Statement from Confederate New Zealand Chiefs. 1835

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  • First Book ever printed in New Zealand (Epistles to Ephesians and Philippians, February, 1885
  • First English Book printed in New Zealand, 1836, written by Exhibitor
  • First English Sermon printed in New Zealand (Bishop Selwyn), 1842
  • Two Almanacks printed in Maori, 1840 and 1843
  • Letter from Right Honourable Viscount Goderich, to the Chiefs of New Zealand, and Addresses from I. Busby, Esq., British Resident to the Native Chiefs of New Zealand. Both printed at Sydney, 1833
  • Account of Phormium Tenax, by J. Murray, F S.A, F L.S, printed on paper made from its fibre, A d. 1838

N.B.—All of those books printed in New Zealand were composited by the Exhibitor, and some were written, bound, and translated by him. Also Class 427, No. 820, Official Catalogue, New Zealand Court.

Cast of Ancient Asiatic Bell

Framed and Glazed Plate of Ancient Asiatic Bell

Paper made from Phormium Tenax, before 1838

A small volume, 12mo, containing 14 early printed publications, many before the foundation of the Colony, viz.:—

(Numbered as bound up in the said volume.)

1.

Order Morning and Evening Prayer Church of England, with additional Prayers. Third Edition, 1840

2.

Forty-two Hymns for Divine Service, 1840

3.

Psalms of David 1840

4.

Daniel i-vii., and Jonah, 1840

5.

Gospel of Luke, 1835

6.

Epistles to Philipians and Ephesians, 1835.

7.

Portion of Service Consecration of Burial Ground

8.

Order of Confirmation, 1839 (see No. 14)

9.

First Tract written and published in Maori, by Exhibitor, 1837.

10.

First Book against Errors of Church of Rome by Exhibitor, 1840. Printed at Sydney

11.

Second Book against Errors of Church of Rome, by Exhibitor. 1840. Printed at Hobar Town

12.

Four Catechisms, three of Dr. Watts and one the Catechism of the Church of England, 1840. Fifth edition

13.

Scripture Questions with Scripture Answers, for Schools, &c., 1840

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14.

Sermon in Maori, by the First Bishop of Australia (Broughton) at the time of his confirmation of several Maories at Paihia, Bay of Islands, January 5, 1839 (see 8 supra)

A Maori Prayer-Book in quarto (Services of Church of England and Hymns), printed at Sydney, 1833, and bound by Exhibitor in Bay of Islands, 1835, but without proper tools, &c

Excursion of a Naturalist in New Zealand in 1841, 1842.

Printed at Hobart Town; vol. 2 "Tasmanian Journal of Science." By the Exhibitor

On some newly discovered Ferns in New Zealand. Also printed at Hobart Town; vol. 2 "Tasmanian Journal of Science." By the Exhibitor

Essay on Botany of North Island of New Zealand. Printed at Dunedin, 1865. By the Exhibitor

Essay on the Maori Races. Printed at Dunedin, 1865. By the Exhibitor

Both these essays were published in "Transactions New Zealand Institute," vol. 1. Other essays and papers by the Exhibitor are contained in vols. 10-13, "Transactions New Zealand Institute."

  • Fiat Justitia on Kereopa, &c., with translations of some of the celebrated Te Kooti's prayers, written by himself By the Exhibitor, 1871
  • A Sheet of New Zealand Lexicon, and other Parliamentary papers respecting the same, containing Letters Explanatory, &c. By the Exhibitor
  • Tracts for the Times, No. 1: On the Proper Sunday (not Sabbath) Observance. By the Exhibitor, 1878
  • Ancient Maori Carved Tinder Box, prior to 1835; originally in one piece
  • Curious specimen of Maori Hand-made Cord, obtained in 1837; very rare
  • Two Whale's Teeth (Sperm Whale) from the largest whale killed in Hawke's Bay, 1850
  • Specimens (7) of the "Vegetable Caterpillar," Cordyceps Robertsii, some of them being branched, which is not common
24.

Corbett, James, Dunedin

Two Gilded Miniature Picture Frames

25.

Coultman, Katie Mary, Dunedin

Two Crayon Pictures

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26.

Coxhead and Le Sueur, Dunedin

Two Frames of Photograhs; Views and Portraits

27.

Craig, Eric, Princes street, Auckland

New Zealand Ferns

28.

Crawford, John, Dunedin

Specimen of Plaster of Paris Casts

Four Water-colour Drawings

29.

Cumming, Richard, Dunedin

Six Copies of Masonic Newspapers, printed in two colours

30.

Davis, Louis, Dunedin

Map of India

Specimen of Writing

31.

Davis, Chas., Lawrence

Map of World

32.

Deverell, W., Invercargill

Specimens of Survey Drafting, bound in book form

33.

Dick, Miss, Dunedin

Painted Table and several Fancy Articles

34.

Dunedin Corporation

Series of Photographic Views of Public Buildings in and around Dunedin, taken by Burton Brothers

35.

Egglestone, Joseph. Lawrence

Ornamental Mirror Frame made of Kauri

Panels White Holly

Photograph Frame, made of Kauri

36.

Erfurth, Paul, Dunedin

Greatly-improved System of Book-keeping by double-entry completely set out and shown on large elephant sheets of paper

37.

Fergusson, John L., Dunedin

Maps; the work of pupils

38.

Fergusson & Mitchell, Dunedin

Account Books of their own manufacture Specimens of Embossing, in Coloured Relief, forpaper and envelopes.

Specimens of Rubber Stamps

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39.

Fodor, Geo. F., N. E. Valley

Oil Painting of race-horse "Sir Modred"

40.

Forbes, Alex., Kensington

Water Colour Painting

41.

Fowler, Mrs., Lawrence

3 Frames Fancy Cut Papers

42.

Fraer, Wm., (aged 13), Lawrence

Map of New Zealand

43.

Frost, W. R. Dunedin

Specimens of Photography

44.

George, Sydney, Dunedin

Illuminated Draught Board

45.

George, Thomas, Dunedin

Illuminated Address presented to Mr. G. R West, of Dunedin, by Members of the Dunedin Wesleyan Church

46.

George, Thomas, Dunedin

Lithographic Specimens

47.

Gibb, John, Christchurch

4 Oil Paintings; New Zealand Scenery

48.

Gibbs, W. B., Lambton Quay, Wellington

Photographs

49.

Gifford, E. A., Oamaru

Water-colour Painting, New Zealand Scenery

50.

Gilbert, David. Gore

Oil Paintings

51.

Gillies, Alex., Dunedin

Map drawn by Miss Gillies when aged 13

52.

Gordon, W., F.L.S., Napier

The Lord's Prayer in Maori, illuminated in Maori tracery, representing ancient Maori carvings

Maori Grammar, 1820

Threepenny Ticket dated River Hutt, 1845

Pen-and-ink Picture—"Stray Leaves"

3 Vegetable Caterpillars

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53.

Grant, James L., Dunedin

Specimens of Fretwork in Boxes, Picture Frames, Pen Racks, and ornamental work

54.

Grant, Thomas M., Survey Department, Wellington

Pen and Ink Drawing, on single sheet paper

55.

Green, Samuel E., Waihola

Water Colour Painting

56.

Griffin, George, Dunedin

Specimens of Typography—"Colonial Printers Register" and Card Printing

57.

Gully, John, Nelson

Water-colour Painting, New Zealand Scenery

58.

Harding, John, Waipukurau, Napier

Stone Axes, native manufacture

Maori Carvings

Limestone Fossils, Mount Vernon

59.

Harlock, Miss M. A., Roslyn

Water-colour Painting; Flowers

60.

Hart, Campbell, & Co., Invercargill

Photographic Views and Portraits

61.

Hart, J. H. Lawrence

Fretwork in Black Walnut

62.

Hawkins, F. G., Dunedin

Photographic Views of New Zealand Scenery

63.

Helms, Mrs., Greymouth

Collection of New Zealand Lichens and Mosses, 80 species, on cards 12 x 10 in., in 2 folios

64.

Helms, Richard, Greymouth

Collection of Insects from the West Coast of New Zealand

Collection of New Zealand Ferns of 30 varieties, on 31 cards, size 25 x 20 in., in folio

Collection of New Zealand Ferns of 132 species, on 121 cards 20 x 12 in., in 3 folios

Collection of New Zealand Ferns of 89 species, on cards 12 x 10 in, in 2 folios

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65.

Hibberd, C., & Co., Abbotsford

Photography illustrative of Patent Artificial Stone

66.

Hill, John, Dunedin

Wood Turning and Carving (various) in New Zealand Woods

67.

Hodgkins, W. M., Dunedin

Water-colour Picture; New Zealand Scenery

68.

Horn, Thomas, Dunedin

New Zealand Ferns, in frames

4 Ornaments

69.

Jennings, D. H., Motueka, Nelson

Baskets made of native material

Card of Pawa Shell Ornaments

70.

Jones and Co., Dunedin

Model of Dr. Savers Tripod, for treating spinal curvature

Specimens of Surgical Instruments

71.

Laing, John, Dunedin

Samples of Plaster Casts, Ancient and Modern, made by exhibitor

72.

Leves, N., Dunedin

Water-colour Drawings

73.

Lewis, Miss, Dunedin

Picture; in Hair Work

74.

Marshall, G. M., Dunedin

Fretwork, various articles

75.

Marx, Miss Annie, Dunedin

Water-colour Painting

76.

Matthews, Isaac, Oamaru

13 Pencil Drawings

77.

Maxwell, Miss, Wellington

Water-colour Painting in Silk, for Banner Screen Do. Satin, for Brackets

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78.

Melvin, William, Dunedin

3 Oil Pictures

Home Treasures

Grandmamma

Royal Arms

79.

Moran, Margaret, Dunedin

Wool Work Picture; "Prince Charles in Exile."

80.

Muller, G., Hokitika

Map showing distribution of Metals in Westland.

81.

Murdoch, Helen L., Napier

Stencillings of Ferns and Water-colour Drawings

82.

McDougall, Miss, Dunedin

Oil Painting New Zealand Scenery

83.

McGeorge, Leslie Duncan, Clyde, Otago

Plan of Suspension Bridge over River Clutha

84.

McGregor, John, Dunedin

Photographs

85.

McNickle, John A., aged 13, Lawrence

Map of New Zealand

86.

McTavish, Miss A., Auckland

New Zealand Flax Work

87.

Oakden & Begg, Dunedin

Architectural Drawings

Plans for Farm Buildings

88.

Packer, J. A., Nelson

Artificial Leg, with movable joints at knee, ankle, and toes

The leg is made from willow. The upper bucket is made of solid log to fit limb, thus obviating any stuffing or lining on account of glued joints, the whole being covered with calfskin. Springs necessary for movement are all outside, and thereby easily adjusted or renewed. Made to imitate a natural limb, and only weighs 4½ lbs complete

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89.

Parker, Professor T. Jeffery, Otago Museum, Dunedin

A Comparative Series of 12 Vertebrate Skulls, comprising—
1.

Frog

2.

Crocodile

3.

Albatross

4.

Koala

5.

Wallaby

6.

Sheep

7.

Pig

8.

Horse

9.

Greyhound

10.

Bull Dog

11.

Monkey

12.

Man

Each skull is longitudinally bisected, and is so placed that the series of bones forming the base of the skull (basis cranii) is horizontal. The direction of this series of bones is shown by a red wire, which thus represents the cranial axis. From the fore end of this red wire a blue wire is continued along the bones forming the axis of the face, and so marks the facial axis. The green wire indicates the direction of the ethemoidal plane by which the cavity of the brain-case is separated from the chamber of the nose; the black wire, of the tentorial plane, or plane of separation between the greater brain or cerebrun: and the lesser brain or cerebellum; the yellow wire, the occipital plane, or plane of the aperture (occipital foramen), through which the spinal cord becomes continuous with the brain. The outline diagrams represent the position of the brain in the skull in the lowest (frog) and highest (man) members of the series, the cranial axis being made of the same absolute length in both. It will be seen that with the increased relative size of the brain, the facial axis, a c, becomes bent downward upon the cranial axis, a b, the angle, c a b being, in man, nearly a right angle, instead of, as n the frog, equal to two right angles. At the same time the ethemoidal plane, a d, is rotated forwards, the angle d a b, a right angle in the frog, becoming greater than two right angles in man, and the tentorial and occipital planes are rotated backwards, the angles a g e, a b f, becoming obtuse instead of right angles.

90.

Parker, Professor T. Jeffery, Otago Museum, Dunedin

Skeleton of a Calf.

Skeleton of a Great Blue Shark

91.

Parker, Professor T. Jeffery, Otago Museum, Dunedin

1

Adult King Penguin (stuffed)

2

Young King Penguin (stuffed)

3

Egg of; King Penguin

4

Skeleton of King Penguin mounted in such a way as to allow of the separate examination of the various bones

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92.

Parker, Professor T. Jeffery, Otago Museum, Dunedin

Sea Crayfish, (Palinurus Edwardsii), prepared by being soaked in equal parts of methylated spirits, glycerine, and water, before drying. This method has the advantage of retaining the natural colour and flexibility.

93.

Paton, H. J.. Bay of Islands

Kauri Gum Ornaments

94.

Percival, W. J. Dunedin

Lithographs of Survey Blocks

Topographical Map of Lake Wakitipu

Water-colour Drawing New Zealand Scenery

95.

Porter James, Waiotahi Creek, Thames

Puzzle in Decanter

96.

Powell, Mrs. Harry, Oamaru

Picture in Wool and Silk

97.

Power, Peter, Dunedin

5 Paintings in Oil of New Zealand Scenery

98.

Reischek, Auckland

Group of Australian Birds

Skeleton of Snake

Piece of Kauri Gum (80lbs.)

99.

Roberts, Miss Undine, Dunedin

Two Pieces of Dresden China, ornamented, with paintings, by the Exhibitor

100.

Robinson, H. W. G., Dunedin

Case of Artificial Teeth

101.

Rutherford, R. W., Dunedin

Portraits in Chalk

102.

Rutherford, R. W., Dunedin

Specimens of Photography

103.

Salmon, Mrs. Kate, Kakaramea, Patea

Cone Work Frames, &c.

104.

Simon, Madame, Dunedin

Decorated White Cross, in Wax

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105.

Sinclair, George, Dunedin

Illuminated Designs of part of William Blake's "Mad Song" and of Tennyson's "Two Voices," in Water-colours

106.

Smith, W. H., Dunedin

Signboard

107.

Smyth, William, Caversham

Stuffed and Mounted Birds and Animals

108.

South, A., Saddle Hill

Rustic House; made by exhibitor

109.

Thomas, Miss E., Kensington

Basket of Flowers; in Wool and Silk

110.

Thomson, J. T., C.E., Invercargill

Water-colour Miniature

111.

Thompson, William, Dunedin

Draught Board, made from Painter's Trying Block; imitation of inlaid wood

112.

"Timaru Herald," Timaru.

Letterpress Printing

113.

Trevithick, F. R., Dunedin

Dog and Bird carved on Burnt Kauri

114.

Veaux, A. F. de, Christchurch

Chart showing variations in prices, &c., of Grain, from 1873 to 1881, at Christchurch.

115.

Wales, N. Y. A., Dunedin

Architectural Drawings and Pictures

116.

Walker, John, Christchurch

Drawings

117.

Watts, Mrs., Dunedin

3 Water-colour Drawings

118.

Wellington Corporation

30 Views of the principal Buildings in Wellington, photographed by Bragge

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119.

Williams, Hanwell, Greymouth

4 Frames of Photographs of New Zealand Scenery

120.

Wilson, H.C., Napier

Artificial Dentistry

121.

Zander, Henry, Ashburton

Specimen of full-sized Maori Devil; caught in Ashburton

Specimen of Shark's Teeth, embedded in stone Fretwork, various