Tui or Parson Bird Prosthemadera Novae Zealandiae. From: 'A history of the birds of New Zealand' by Walter Lawry Buller
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Lower centre (l.c.) in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Almost the only way in the early days of reaching the Legislative Council at Auckland. Captain Cargill takes it. Circa 1854. T.M.H.; on label in ink: The only way in the early days of reaching the…

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: J. Brown, 18; l.c. in pencil: 10; on label in ink: Captain Cargill addresses a meeting. Napier is close to barrel. Buchanan, an elder, near him. Manning is at left

Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: 11; l.c. in pencil: 11; u.c. in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: John de la Condamine Carnegie. 2. Captain Cargill. 3. W.B.D. Mantell. 4. Dr Williams. -1853.

Lower centre (l.c.) in pencil: J. Brown, 1856; through image in pencil: Provincial Secretary, Commissioner of Crown Lands, New Zealand; margin below.

Through image in pencil: The Spectator; through image in ink: 1. 2. 3.; margin above image in ink in Dr Hockenís hand: 1. Captain Cargill, 2. W.H. Cutten, his son-in-law.

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Diogenes -Rant, viewing with contempt, the follies of the age; through image in pencil: Let Otago flourish, High School, Advance Dunedin, Dunedin Saturday Review, Wormwood, Gall, Hope, the balm of life, Beggars Petition;…

Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: The dog in the manger; u.l. in pencil: 8; u.c. in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: The Rev. Thomas Burns does not welcome the advent of the Rev. John Albert Fenton, clergyman of the Church of England who arrives January 1,…

Lower centre (l.c.) with brush: Don Quixote & Sancho Panza; on label in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Bellairs and Ebenezer Brown who was a shepherd when B. took a run at Toi Tois.

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Sub T…asury; u.r. in pencil: Rotten; u.l. in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Dr Williams, a candidate for senatorial honours, is aided by his friends Mantell, Strode, Carnegie & the Maoris, - and is pelted with rotten eggs…

Upper centre (u.c.) in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: An essay of Mr George Lloyd’s noble volunteers.

Lower centre (l.c.) in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: The first ass (really a mule) imported. Mr J. de la C. Carnegie with his wooden leg. circa 1856 T.M.H.

Margin above image in ink in Dr Hockenís hand: Auction sale in early days. For a dozen of champagne Mr W.H. Reynolds carries down from the Half Way Bush a bath for Dr Manning who, with his wife, walks before him. 1. Dr Manning; 2. Mr Reynolds,…

Lower left (l.l.) with brush: Bn; through image with brush: Superintendent; l.c. with brush: The fox and the grapes, hang it!, I dont want it.

Lower left (l.l.) with brush: J.Brown; through image with brush: Welcome Gore Browne; l.c. in ink in Dr Hocken's hand: Governor Gore Browneís first visit to the Settlement of Otago in January 1856. William Simpson the shoemaker assures his…

Lower centre (l.c.) in pencil: How Otago is being settled; through image in pencil: Ye diggers cutting away, Ye bullocks charging them, Ye squatters flourishing stock whip; margin left in pencil: 12; margin below image in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: A…

Upper left (u.l.) in pencil: 14; through image in pencil: 20s per Bushel; l.c. in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: In time of some scarcity of food the Rev. Thomas Burns was applied to to sell flour from his farm at Grant’s Braes. (now) He refers…

Upper left (u.l.) in pencil: 17; u.c. in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: The landing of the first emigrants in 1848. Captain Cargill leads the way. T.M.H.

Through image in pencil: To Waikouaiti, The Jews Harp, Discord; u.c. in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Messrs Vogel and J.G.S. Grant run for the Waikouaiti seat. 1863. T.M.H.; verso in ink: Dunedin, 20 April 1864, Mr James Tinley.

Through image in pencil: Isaa…, M. Levy, 21; margin below in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Mr (afterwards Sir Julius) Vogel’s address to the electors. An excellent likeness. 1863. T.M.H.; label in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Mr Vogel’s address to…

Label in ink: Mr Bellairs, a gentleman settler at Brockville, Half Way Bush, prepares to leave New Zealand. circa 1858; second label in ink: Mr Brock-Holinshead of the Half Way Bush prepares to leave New Zealand.

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