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The Terra Nova at the ice-foot, Cape Evans.
Leaf and Tug: Spring
Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: Rita Angus.
Rev. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of the missionaries at Taranaki New Zealand.
On label in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: The Rev. John superintending the landing of the missionary, the Rev Charles Creed and his wife at Taranaki (NgaMotu) January 14th 1849. R. Wesleyan Missionary Notices, No 73 - Jan 1845 (T.M.H.) Mr Creed was…
Lower right (l.r.): Rita Angus.
Tags: Image, Oil paintings, Ships, Still Image, Twentieth century, Women, Works of Art
Leaving Auckland Harbour.
Date from flag indicating ownership.
Lyttelton and Port Victoria.
Margin below image in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Lyttelton and Port Victoria March 1851; on mount in ink: The originals of these sketches, eleven in number, were taken by Mr William Holmes, who arrived at Lyttelton in the Castle Eden, in February…
City of Wellington, New Zealand.
Margin below image in ink in Dr Hocken's hand: City of Wellington, New Zealand. W. Richardson lith from a sketch by L. Nattrass. Published for the proprietor at Huggins' Marine Mart 105 Leadenhall St London. Printed by Dean and Munday Threadneedle St…
Key to the View of the Town of Wellington.
Through image on stone: [key & referents]; l.r. in ink: T.M. Hocken; label: Na Te Hakena Tenei Tiki.
First government settlement on the Waitemata River, 1st October 1840. No II.
Margin below image in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: First government settlement on the Waitemata River, 1st October 1840 T.M. Hocken; margin above image in ink: No II; note in ink: [Continued from No I] … the Customs (later at Port Chalmers) & Mr…
City of Auckland. The capital of New Zealand.
[Dedicated to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley. N.B. The objects immediately over the figures are those indicated]. Clark & C.o. Colonial Booksellers, 20, Fenchurch Street. [31st March 1843].
The S.S. Wakatu of Nelson. 1880.
Lower left (l.l.) with brush in opaque white: W. Forster 1880; on mount in ink: The S.S. Wakatu of Nelson; verso: Mr Warrell [framing instructions]; typed label detached from mount: W. Forster SS Wakatu 1880. Built at Nelson in 1879, she went aground…
Lower left (l.l.) with brush: W. Forster 1878; on mount in ink: Ladybird
St Leonards off Wellington Heads.
Lower left (l.l.) in opaque white: W. Forster 1879; on mount below image in ink: The St. Leonards off Wellington Heads.
Clipper ship “Silver Eagle” 1046 tons. W. Holmes Longman Esq.re, commander.
Clipper ship “Ida Ziegler” 900 tons, Mess.rs Wattenbach, Heilgers & Co., Owners, London.
Lower right (l.r.) on stone: T.G.D.
Kororareka in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Sketched Mar 10th 1845 on the morning before the assault and destruction by Honi Heki.
Margin below image in ink: T.M. Hocken; verso in ink: Capt. King’s; label: Na Te Hakena Tenei Tiki; label in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Early in the last century Kororareka was resorted to by the South Sea Whalers to refresh & refit their vessels.…
Rangiriri on the Waikato.
Margin below image in pencil: Rangiriri 19th Sep. 64 from Armitage’s; margin above image in pencil: Rangiriri on the Waikato. Capt. Mercer killed in action 1863 died from his wound a few days after at Queen’s Redoubt; margin below image in iron…
Te Rori on Waipa.
Margin below image in iron gall ink: Te Rori; margin below image in pencil: on Waikato [crossed out] Waipa; margin below image in iron gall ink: [page of Diary]; margin left of image in iron gall ink: [page of Diary]; l.r. in pencil: 61; u.l. in…
Margin below image in iron gall ink: I’m not sure if Ngaruawahia be not the dullest place I know in wet weather, but let the sun shine and Hey Presto! [page of Diary]; chop (blindprint): Superfine; l.r. in pencil: 41.
The beach at Tauranga 26 April.
Lower left (l.l.) - lower right (l.r.) in pencil: The beach at Tauranga 26 April 64. Mt Monganui. The Wily Man, the Sailor, the Harrier, Falcon, Esk; verso: 31
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil (a): Auckland Harbor 21 Sep 65 EAW [monogram]; (b) verso in pencil: [sketch of boat & seagulls]
Verso in pencil: [drawing dated:] 10 May; on sketchbook mount: Auckland Harbour
Auckland from the Falcon.
Upper right (u.r.) in ink: 2 Auckland from the “Falcon”; u.r. in pencil: April 64; through image in ink: Hulk with native prisoners. M.t Eden. Fort Britomart. Long Wharf. F.t Britomart; verso in ink: 3678
Auckland. 20 April, H.M. Ships Esk and Falcon embark the troops for Tauranga.
Lower left (l.l.) - right (r.) in ink: Auckland. 20 April, H.M. Ships Esk and Falcon embark the troops for Tauranga No 1; in pencil: 64
Verso in pencil: Auckland. This is the third attempt I have made at this view from the Domain, a very pretty kind of rough botanical garden of some extent. The large building, the House of Assembly. The Man of War lay in the stream, but the Pier and…