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By: PHILLIP, Arthur.
Publisher: Melbourne, Hutchinson: 1982
Seller ID: 34974
(Australiana Facsimile Editions.) 4to. (ii), 6, [ii], viii, x, [xii], 298, lxxiv pp, 47 plates and 8 charts (6 folding). Papered boards with dustwrapper (spine a trifle sunned, short closed tear at foot of spine, now in protective sleeve). 11x6cm slip of paper with family details tipped to front paste-down. A very good copy clean copy. ***Facsimile of Ferguson 47. View more info
Publisher: Dubbo, Review Publ.: 1976
Seller ID: 8103
(Australian Historical Monographs, reprint series Vol VI). Translated by George Mackaness. 140pp, 6 b&w illus. Stapled in stiff wrappers, as issued. A very good clean copy. ***Prieur was transported for his part in the rebellion in Lower Canada in 1837-38. View more info
Publisher: Adelaide, Investigator Press: 1986
Seller ID: 31055
96pp, illustrated. Cloth with dustwrapper. Very good. ISBN 0858640961 ***The diary of Oliver Ragless at the Victorian goldfields in the 1850s. View more info
By: READ, Kenneth E.
Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1965
Seller ID: 5969
Illustrated with photographs and maps. 266pp, 16pp plates (incl. 2 maps). Orig. cloth with d/w (spine lacks small piece near foot, in prot. sleeve). Fore-edges uncut. Very good. ***An autobiographical account of two years spent in the Central Highlands of New Guinea. View more info
By: REES, Sian.
Publisher: Sydney, Hodder: 2001
Seller ID: 12426
248pp, illus. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Bendigo, Geelong, Allan & Co.: no date
Seller ID: 35417
(Imperial edition, no 336.) Oblong 4to (230x305mm). 36pp, 8 full-page b&w illustrations, others in text. One page is a dedicatory verse, to Melba, and the lower wrapper has the publisher's advertisement for the three 'Rentoul Peterson' songbooks (of which this is one). Stapled in pictorial coloured wrappers (the front is also drawn by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite and printed in green and black on a beige background); as issued. *** Muir 6348. A reprint (first published 1910). View more info
Publisher: Dubbo, Review Publications: 1978
Seller ID: 8104
Edited by George Mackaness. Australian Historical Monographs, reprint series. 70pp, 8 b&w illustrations, map. Stapled in stiff wrappers. A very good clean copy. ***Robinson was at the time the Protector of Aborigines in the Port Phillip district. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Oxford University Press: 1985
Seller ID: 7827
370pp. Papered boards with dustwrapper (spine a little sunned). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0195545699 ***All published (no subsequent volume). View more info
Publisher: Melb., The Advocate Press: 1936
Seller ID: 4284
Ed. By Rev. J.M. Murphy, S.J., M.A. and Rev. F. Moynihan, B.A., Dip. Ed., Editor of "The Advocate". 4to. 294pp., many full-page plates (1 fold.) Orig. cloth, gilt (very good) with worn d/w. Internally very good. View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Library of Australian History: 1991
Seller ID: 34441
160pp. Cloth-textured papered boards (as issued, without dustwrapper). A fine clean copy. ISBN 0908120818 View more info
Publisher: Paris, Alphonse Pringuet: 1854
Seller ID: 25343
Translated from the Italian into French by L’Abbe Falcimagne, With notes and a history of the Discovery of Gold. xii, 442pp. Re-backed and cornered, original spine laid down (head and base of spine a little rubbed). A few spots on first and last pages, folding map complete. **Important non-English work of the early Gold Rush era. The author was a Benedictine Monk at Port Essington in the 1840s. View more info
By: SATCHELL, Tony.
Publisher: Melbourne, Author?: 2003
Seller ID: 20778
Revised edition. 184pp, illus. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0646428608 ***The lives of 88 convicts transported from Ireland, Scotland and England to New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land and Western Australia. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, The Polwarth Sheepbreeders' Association of Australia: 1943- 1973
Seller ID: 12716
14 volumes of the 16 issued for this period. Original cloth. Owner's name in some vols. Very good. View more info
By: SMITH, Babette.
Publisher: Sydney, Allen & Unwin: 2008
Seller ID: 24721
400pp, illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. A very good to fine clean copy. ISBN 1741146046 View more info
By: SPATE, O.H.K.
Publisher: Canberra, ANU Press: 1979-1988
Seller ID: 32120
Three volumes, small 4to. [I] 372pp, 25 maps, 20 plates. [II] 426pp, 28 maps, 19 plates. [III] 410pp, 28 maps, 21 plates. The first volume is bound in cloth, the others in cloth-textured papered boards, all with endpaper maps and dustwrappers (that of the first volume with a sunned spine and a couple of closed clean tears, all now in protective sleeves). Very good clean copies. The final volume has an author's inscription. View more info
By: SPROD, Dan
Publisher: Hobart, Blubber Head Press: 1990
Seller ID: 7067
Number XXV of 25 copies thus. Signed by the author. Full leather, gilt, raised bands and spine title labels, in buckram slipcase with ribbon. Small 4to. 334pp, illustrated. Fine. ISBN 0908528191 ***With the previously unpublished journals of Leichhardt and his later critic Hovenden Hely, and 42 contemporary drawings by Conrad Martens, George Fairholme and expedition member John Mann. View more info
By: SPROD, Dan
Publisher: Hobart, Blubber Head Press: 1990
Seller ID: 25441
600 signed and numbered copies. Small 4to. 334pp, illustrated. Blue buckram with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0908528191 ***With the previously unpublished journals of Leichhardt and his later critic Hovenden Hely, and 42 contemporary drawings by Conrad Martens, George Fairholme and expedition member John Mann. View more info
By: Sprod, Dan.
Publisher: Adelaide, Sprod family: 2009
Seller ID: 26969
Oblong 4to. 108pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0646518704 ***Adelaide-born George Sprod (1919-2003) began his cartooning career in Changi Prison during WW2 - the Australian War Memorial holds copies of 'Smoke-oh' the camp magazine which he edited and illustrated - and subsequently worked as a cartoonist and illustrator in Australia and England (1949-69), where he was a frequent presence in Punch magazine. View more info
By: SPROD, Dan.
Publisher: Hobart, Blubber Head Press: 2006
Seller ID: 21774
750 copies only. Large 8vo; x, 138pp, frontis, 8pp b&w illustrations, folding route map. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Very good. ISBN 0908528337 *** This study publishes, for the first time, the field journals of two of Leichhardt's party on the famed Port Essington expedition - the convict William Phillips and the 15/16 year-old John Murphy - along with commentary and notes. View more info
By: SPROD, George.
Publisher: Sydney, Quincunx Press: 1989
Seller ID: 25197
Large 8vo. 82pp, well illustrated with cartoons by Sprod. ISBN 073165661X ***South Australian by birth, sometime resident of Changi Prison Camp and a 'tolier in the vineyards of Fleet Street' - he was a regular contributor to 'Punch' and illustrated many books - for twenty years, the cartoonist Sprod lived in King's Cross for over 30 years. View more info
Publisher: New York, Greenwood Press: 1969
Seller ID: 25346
Reprint of the 1853 first edition. 279 pp. Original blue cloth (no dustwrapper, as issued). Fine. ***Valuable analysis of the history of gold rushes from the 1500s onwards and their economic consequences, with predictions of the effects of the rushes of the 1850s. View more info
By: STRUTT, William.
Publisher: Sydney, Privately printed: 1958
Seller ID: 14390
Edited with and Introduction, Notes and Commentary by George Mackaness. 2 parts. (Australian Historical Monographs, No. XXXVIII.) 135 numbered copies for sale, plus 15 for presentation, signed by Mackaness. These are nos 22 and 2 respectively, both with an additional inscription from GM to Ian McLaren. 47pp, 5 illus & 42pp, 5 illus. Stiff grey yapp-edged wrappers, as issued, slightly rubbed. Very good. View more info
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1963
Seller ID: 7676
(Australiana Facsimile Editions, no 4.) Two volumes.  219pp, 5 plates (2 in colour), folding map;  271pp, 9 plates (2 in colour, 1 map). Synthetic cloth, a few light marks. Edges yellowed. Owner's name and bookplate in each volume. Good to very good. ***Facsimile of the 1833 edition, published by Smith, Elder and Co. London. Ferguson 1704. View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Doubleday: 1982
Seller ID: 32064
Facsimile reprint. Two volumes. [I] 219pp, 5 engraved illustrations, folding map at rear. [II] 271pp, 13 engraved illustrations (including a map). Synthetic cloth with dustwrappers (spines slightly sunned). A very good clean set. ***Originally published by Smith, Elder and Company, London, 1833. (Ferguson 1704). View more info
By: STURT, Charles.
Publisher: Adelaide, Sullivan's Cove: 1988
Seller ID: 29637
Transcribed from the originals, with additions. #76 of 135 numbered copies. 8vo. 72pp. Full cloth with dustwrapper. Fine. View more info
By: STURT, Charles.
Publisher: Adelaide, Sullivan's Cove: 
Seller ID: 29823
#58 of 135 numbered copies, initialled by the publisher. Tall 8vo. 62pp. Full cloth with dustwrapper. The book in fine clean condition, but the wrapper has some silverfishing at head and tail of spine and along the rear flap fold (now in protective sleeve). View more info
By: STURT, Charles.
Publisher: Adelaide, Sullivan's Cove: 1983
Seller ID: 34832
#7 of 250 numbered copies, initialled by the publisher, of which the first ten are special, thus, in full green morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine lettered in gilt and with two raised bands. 4to. 116pp & map. Composed and printed by Whitcoulls, Christchurch. Head and fore-edges uncut. A fine clean copy. ***The first printing of Sturt’s journal, from his manuscript, which ‘in its nature differs from’ the account later published in 'Two Expeditions i... View more info
By: Sydney Gazette:
Publisher: Sydney, Public Library of NSW & Angus and Robertson / Roebuck: 1963-73.
Seller ID: 29369
Facsimile edition. The first nine volumes of the Gazette, reproduced here in seven volumes (three volumes in 4to and four in folio). Unpaginated. Original brown buckram, gilt spine titles and decoration to upper boards, all but Vol IX lacking dustwrappers.  Volume I March 5, 1803 to February 26, 1804 (published 1963).  Volume II: March, 1804, to February 24, 1805 (1965).  Volume III: March, 1805, to March 9, 1806 (1966).  Volumes IV & V: March 16, 1806, to A... View more info
By: Sydney Herald:
Publisher: Sydney, SMH / Land Printers: 1979
Seller ID: 25408
Folio. Unpaginated. Original cloth with dustwrapper. Very good. ISBN 0909558035 View more info
Publisher: Wellington, NZ, R.E. Owen, Govt Printer: 1966
Seller ID: 13603
Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Nancy M. Taylor. 466pp, colour frontis, b&w illus, maps. Cloth with dustwrapper (spine faded, surface rubbing). Top edges slightly yellowed, otherwise very clean inside. A very good copy in a good dustwrapper. ***An account of a voyage to, and sojourn in, New South Wales, Norfolk Island and New Zealand (the major part relating to the latter). View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Halstead Press: 1984
Seller ID: 24633
142pp, illustrated in b&w. Index. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Owner's name on title page. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0909134685 View more info
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1962
Seller ID: 7768
(South Australian Facsimile Editions no 38.) 45 copies. 56pp. Vinyl covered boards. Very good. ***Originally printed by T. Brettell, 1827 [?] - Ferguson 1148. View more info
By: TURNBULL, Clive.
Publisher: Melbourne, The Hawthorn Press: 1943
Seller ID: 31534
12pp, sewn in stiff card covers with attached dustwrapper (a little creasing and slight discolouration along extremities, 2 small spots on front, booksellers' small sticker on lower edge of front flap). A very good clean copy. View more info
By: UDY, James S.
Publisher: Sydney, Sacha Books: 1974
Seller ID: 8019
186pp, illus in b/w. Cloth-textured papered boards with d/w small tape repair). Pasted onto ffep: Canberra Central Parish newsletter[?]. Very good. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, National Museum of Victoria / Mineralogical Society of Victoria: nd
Seller ID: 32839
Facsimile reprint (first published Melbourne, 1870.) Tall 8vo. 32pp, stapled in stiff wrappers. A very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, State of Victoria: 1975
Seller ID: 28173
4to folder, with 5 folded sheets, printed in colour, showing the Amorial Ensign, State Flag, Floral Emblem, Faunal Emblem I, Faunal Emblem II. Premier's Dept with compliments slip loosely inserted, owner's bookplate on blurb flap of front cover. Extremities a little rubbed, otherwise very good. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Government Printer: 1981
Seller ID: 30693
(Foundation series, Editor-in-Chief: Michael Cannon.) xix, 670pp, 14 folding plates (most in colour), other illustrations. De-luxe issue in gilt- and blind-stamped morocco, pictorial endpapers. The edges slightly soiled, faint marks at head of both free endpapers left by tape from a previous covering, otherwise very good to fine. View more info
Publisher: Melb., Miegunyah Press (MUP) in assoc. with the State Library of NSW: 1994
Seller ID: 4726
Translated and edited Dymphna Clark. Botanical Index by Roger Hnatiuk. xxii, 540pp, 20 coloured plates and many other illustrations, 4 maps. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine a little faded). Very good. ***Von Hügel was an Austrian diplomat with an interest in exotic plants. His journal (held by the Mitchell Library) details his travels in the Aust. colonies - Swan River & King George Sound, Van Diemen's Land (pp. 96-167), NSW and Norfolk Island... View more info
Publisher: Geelong, Centre for Australian Studies (Deakin University) & Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 1998
Seller ID: 5463
200 numbered copies, signed by Michael Roe. Large 8vo. 245pp, frontis portrait. Pictorial papered boards with dustwrapper (spine sunned). Very good to fine. ISBN 0859017834 ***Twelve essays on what might broadly be termed Australian 'cultural history', first presented at a symposium to mark the retirement of Professor Roe, concluding with a bibliography of his published work. The contents also appear under separate cover as issue 16 of Australian Cultural Studies. Of par... View more info
By: WALKER, Thomas.
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1965
Seller ID: 7766
(Australiana Facsimile Editions no 114.) [ii], iv, 54pp. Vinyl bookcloth, as issued (without dustwrapper). A little faint foxing on the endpapers, a few small stains on the front eps. The pencilled signature of the historian L.F. Fitzhardinge, and his small ownership label. Very good. ***Originally published by J. Cross, London, 1838. View more info
By: WARD, John M.
Publisher: Melbourne, MUP: 1958
Seller ID: 9878
496pp, frontis, map. Cloth with dustwrapper (top edge a trifle chipped, now in protective sleeve). Offsetting on endpapers; owner's name. A very good clean copy. View more info
By: WAWN, William T.
Publisher: London, Swan Sonnenschein & Co.: 1893
Seller ID: 31919
First edition. Tall 8vo. xvi, 440pp; frontis, numerous text illustrations and a few plates, from the author's own sketches, 5 coloured maps. Original blue cloth, extremities a little rubbed. Short closed clean tear to front free endpaper, edges a little spotted and few light spots on early and late leaves, otherwise a very good clean copy.. ISBN 0708108229 View more info
Publisher: Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press: 1990
Seller ID: 21849
Text by Christina Heliker. 4to. 76pp, profusely illustrated with colour and black & white photographs, colour illustrations, map. Soft covers. Very good+. ISBN 0930897463 View more info
By: WHITE, Kerry.
Publisher: Melbourne, MUP: 1992
Seller ID: 18247
(Miegunyah Press Series, no.7) 4to xxii, 504pp. Original cloth with dustwrapper (spine and 5cms back cover lightly sunned). Very good. ISBN 0522844316 View more info