Unbound. c. 1860. Image size 177mm x 243mm, with mat, 280mm x 355mm. Original engraving, hand-coloured. A handsome engraving. 0.
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London: 1845. Folio. Unbound. pp 10. Topics covered in correspondence include government of the new province, native affairs, military defence and more. Rare. Edges worn, else good.
Wellington: 1868. Folio. Unbound. pp 53. Accounts of crime, other disturbances and Maori uprising detailed in correspondence by the Resident Magistrate. Includes some correspondence in Maori.
Wellington: 1868. Folio. Unbound. pp 5. Further correspondence relating to the escape of the Maori prisoners from the Chatham Islands. Rare.
Amsterdam: 1795. Unbound. Original engraving from Dutch edition of Cook's voyages depicting a Maori pa site on Motuara Island at the entrance to Queen Charlotte Sound at the tip of the South Island of New Zealand. Image size 205mm x 345mm, full size 415mm x 565mm.
Wellington: 1911. 18 x 12cm. Original Printed Wrappers. pp.18. Stiffened green paper covers, printed title label affixed. Bagnall M1398. Sommerville 1103. Reprint of the texts of 8 short sermons originally published at the Christchurch MissionPress, 1846 [see Williams 145, Bagnall 3467, BiM 311].
New Zealand: Prayer Book & Homily Society? 1851. 110 x 180 mm. Soft Cloth Binding. pp. 43. Rare early Maori language pamphlet, extracts from The Church of England, Book of Common Prayer. Dark brown stiffened cloth wrappers. Refs: Williams: 221. BIM: 405.
Tauranga: 1909. 19 x 13 Cm. Original Printed Wrappers. pp. 14. Cover title, folded uncut pages. Book of Prayer. Variant Somerville 1079.
Tauranga: 1909. 18 x 11cm. Original Printed Wrappers. pp.32. Stiffened green paper covers, black cover titles. Book of Prayer. Variant Somerville 1079.
Purewa, New Zealand: 1850. 120 x 180mm. Original Wrappers. pp. 15, (9). Early Maori language publication: Annual almanac of church events & Bible readings. Coarse brown paper covers, sewn. A complete, clean copy. Ref: Williams: 197.
Wellington, New Zealand: 1896. 123 x 185mm. Soft Cloth Binding. pp. 16. Early Maori language publication: Contains 50 reading lessons. Green wrappers with title printed in black. Title page ripped at top right corner. Refs: Williams: 434.
New Zealand: Te Rau Press, 1898. 90 x 88mm. Unbound. pp. 1. Early Maori language leaftlet: Prayer for Te Rau College, Gisborne. (School for Maori candidates for Anglican ministry). Refs: Williams: 977. BIM 1506.
1863. Folio. Original Quarter Roan. pp.684. Original quarter roan and cloth in very good condition, worth numerous engravings in the text including images of New Zealand, Maori fortified redoubts, images of early Australia.
1864. Folio. Original Quarter Roan. pp.668. Original quarter roan and cloth in very good condition, worth numerous engravings in the text including images of New Zealand, Auckland, Canterbury, Maori Land Wars, Pah Scenes and images of Melbourne town scenes in Australia. A very good copy, complete with the Australasian images...
1864. Folio. Hardcover. pp.628. Original quarter roan. Spine worn, boards loose. Internally very good, worth numerous engravings in the text including images of New Zealand, relating to the land wars, explorers and wars of the day, much interesting material in this good copy.
Paper Wrappers. A) Biographical feature in the Auckland Star newspaper of February 15 1947, with photograph. B) Hand-written letter to Miss G. Leatherbarrow, dated March 7 1947 of Mgaryawahia. It states that he is enclosing an autographed envelope, as requested. C) Autograph envelope, as above D) Ticket to a Farewell...
Wanganui: A. D. Willis, 1902. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. pp. 75, plates, includes advertising matter, Rare. Covers worn, torn, & front separate but complete.
Auckland: 1861. Folio. Card Wrappers. pp 209. Includes Maori land issues, "native insurrection" in Waikato and Waitara, railway and postal services. Blue card covers with cloth spine, some damage to spine but binding still firm. Internals very good.
Auckland: 1863. Folio. Card Wrappers. pp 86, 9. Includes "Correspondence and Papers Relative to the Oath of Allegiance with an Exact and Literal Translation Thereof Tendered to Natives at Tuakau and Elsewhere," "Suppression of Rebellion Bill." Rare.
1890. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Full Leather. pp.44.Rebound in full calf with gilt cover titles. Judgements made in the N.Z.Court of Appeal, 1889/1890.
Auckland: Fisher Gallery, 1986. No Binding. Exhibition catalogue. Decorated envelope containing sheets of information on 25 unbound pages with details of 32 Maori women working in various artistic fields. Valuable information on Maori women working in arts and crafts. Part of a 3-gallery exhibition in 1986.
Auckland: St John's College Press for the Church Mission, 1853. 105 x 175. Original Buckram. pp. 147. Rare early Maori language book: Probationary texts of Old Testament books Judges-Chronicles. Issued without title page. Orig coarse brown linen board cover. Ink inscription to fly. Refs: Williams: 251. BIM: 438. Bagnall: 481 (note).
London: British and Foreign Bible Society, 1887. 138 x 215mm. Original Cloth. pp. 154. Early Maori language publication: The Four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles from the rervised New Testament (1241a). Green full calf. Gold blocked title to top right of cover 'Nga Rongo Pai Me Nga Mahi'...
St John's Square, London: Gilgert and Rivington, 1879. 115 x 187mm. Cloth, Orig. pp. 187. Rare early Maori language book, Wesleyan Prayer Book. & Psalms with Hymns. 2nd sequence has title page: 'Ko Te Pukapuka O Nga Inoinga Me...' Brown cloth binding with blind tooling. In very good condition. Refs: Williams: 559. BIM: 925.
London: Wesleyan Mission / W C Wilson, 1848. 86 x 137mm. Cloth, Orig. Pp.(4) 237. Early Maori language publication: The Psalms of David. Dark brown cloth binding. On page opposite title page 'New Zealand Psalms'. Circular stamp to front free endpaper, 'H K Tairoa'. Spine separating at back hinge but...