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The Aucklander : A journal of politics, commerce, agriculture and general intelligence.

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  • Catalogue title
    The Aucklander : A journal of politics, commerce, agriculture and general intelligence.
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    DU436.12 AUC  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    Basement 2  (Location)
  • Abstract
    'The Aucklander, a vigorous bi-weekly, was established on 2 May 1861 by James Busby (who was the British Resident at the Bay of Islands from 1833) to advocate his claims to land in the north. He took as the motto of his crusade "Not party but truth". James Hosking (father of the Hon. Sir John Hosking) was his printer and publisher.--Newspapers in New Zealand, page 82.
  • Series holdings
    • Bound volume: Vol.1 no.1 (2 May 1861) - Vol.2 no.190 (6 Mar 1863).
    • Single issues: Vol.1 no.71 (2 Jan 1862) : Vol.1 no.73 (9 Jan 1862).
  • Series indexed in
    Union list of New Zealand newspapers before 1940 / Harvey ; page 18
  • Physical description
    volumes ; 61 cm
  • Production
    Printed and published by James Hosking (Publisher)
    Auckland, New Zealand  (Place of occurrence)
    1861-1863
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    MS-46 James Busby - Papers
  • Citation
    The Aucklander : A journal of politics, commerce, agriculture and general intelligence.
  • Notes
    • Includes advertising.
    • 'Not party, but truth' printed below the banner on Vol.1 no.1.
    • Continued by 'Auckland weekly news and farmers' gazette' which eventually becomes the 'New Zealand Herald'.

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