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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

Class 11.—General Application of the Arts of Drawing and Modelling

Class 11.—General Application of the Arts of Drawing and Modelling.

40 Burrett, R., Wellington.—Specimens of engraved work.

41 Colenso, W., F.L.S., Napier.—Ancient Asiatic bell (cast of); plate of do., framed and glazed.

42 Duncan, A., Queen Charlotte Sound.—Bronze medal struck in commemoration of Captain Cook leaving England, 1772.

43 Graham. R., Wai Wera, Auckland.—Carved Maori bowl.

44 Halcombe, Mrs. E.. Fielding. Wellington.—Lithographs of the Manchester Block, Fielding, by the exhibitor.

45 Hume, J., Dunedin.—Walking-stick, carved from New Zealand wood—mika mika.

46 Johnston, W. G., Hokitika.—'Two scenes and two artistic designs, arranged with ferns, mosses, and lichens.

47 Lyon & Blair, Wellington.—Specimens of engraving.

48 Mackay, H.. Waihola. Dunedin.—Penknife carving of ox-horn, fan handle, and cocoanut casket.

49 M'Duff, J., Wellington.—Heraldry painting.

50 Proprietors of the "Lyttelton Times," Christchurch.—.Specimens of engraving.

51 Proprietors of the "Lyttelton Times," Christchurch.—Specimens of lithography.

52 stodart, Mrs. J., Auckland.—Copies of flowers grown in exhibitor's garden, modelled in rice-paper.

53 Surveyor-General of New Zealand, Wellington.—Specimens of lithographs, by the Survey Department.

54 Trevithick, F., Wanganui.—Dog and bird carved on burnt kauri.

55 Wilson, W., Wanganui.—Dog's head, carved on burnt oak.