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Martin's Bay settlement, west coast of Otago : narrative of a voyage from Dunedin to Martin's Bay, and of a return journey overland, with maps of the country and the land regulations

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  • Catalogue title
    • Martin's Bay settlement, west coast of Otago : narrative of a voyage from Dunedin to Martin's Bay, and of a return journey overland, with maps of the country and the land regulations / by R.P. Whitworth
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    AC911 v.28  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    Reserve  (Location)
  • Physical description
    64 p., [4] leaves of plates (2 folded) : maps ; 22 cm.
  • Production
    Printed at the "Otago Daily Times" Office (Publisher)
    Whitworth, Robert P. (Robert Percy), 1831-1901 (Creator)
    Dunedin, N.Z.  (Place of occurrence)
    1870
  • Subject
    Martins Bay (N.Z.)--History (General Subject)
  • Citation
    Martin's Bay settlement, west coast of Otago : narrative of a voyage from Dunedin to Martin's Bay, and of a return journey overland, with maps of the country and the land regulations
  • Notes
    • "Whitworth accompanied the Provincial Council survey party as the Otago Daily Times correspondent to report on Martin's Bay and its approaches as the site for a town and settlement. The consequences, of course, belied his forecast but the narrative contains much of interest on the Bay, the hinterland, Upper Hollyford, etc."--Bagnall, 6049.
    • In New Zealand pamphlets v. 28.

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