1 edition of Twenty-five years of emigrant life in the south of New Zealand found in the catalog.
Twenty-five years of emigrant life in the south of New Zealand
|Other titles||25 years of emigrant life in the south of New Zealand, Twenty five years, emigrant life in N Z|
|Statement||by James Adam.|
|LC Classifications||DU430.O8 A32 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||99222269|
MOGULS OF AWANUI Sophie Subritzky and her sons Ludolph, Henry, John and her daughter Sophia, with husband J. H. F Spanhake first came to New Zealand in abo ard the emigrant ship, St Pauli under the New Zealand Company’s Settlement Scheme, where they settled in Nelson. However, unhappy with the conditions here, they left two years later for Maldon, Australia which saw them . The burning of the New Zealand emigrant-ship Cospatrick, on Nov. 18, in the ocean south west of the Cape of Good Hope, with the awful loss of lives, is not to be soon forgotten. All the facts known of this terrible affair, from the statements of the only three survivors, have been related in our last two weekly publications. What is it really like to live in New Zealand? This article is more than 3 years old Since the EU referendum, there’s been a huge spike in the number of Britons investigating a move to New Zealand.
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Twenty-Five Years of Emigrant Life in the South of New Zealand. Edinburgh: Bell & Bradfute, 8vo. Original Printed Wrappers.
pp Complete with one folding map (Province of Otago) and 4 coloured plates. Original green wrappers, spine damaged and back wrapper stained. Top corners of tp and preface torn and repaired with tape. Twenty-five years of emigrant life in the south of New Zealand / by James Adam.
Date: From: Edinburgh [Scotland]: Bell and Bradfute, By: Adam, James, - Butler, S. The Emigrant's Hand-Book of Facts [New Zealand sections] - Chapman, H.
The New Zealand Portfolio - Adam, J. Twenty-five Years of Emigrant Life in the South of New Zealand. - Baines, W M. The Narrative of Edward Crewe, or Life in New Zealand Parkinson, Sydney. A Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas [New. Adam, James Twenty-Five Years of Emigrant Life In The South Of New Zealand Bell And Bradfute, Edinburgh & London, first edition, 22cm, iii, pp, plus ads,illus with frontis folding map of the Province of Otago and 4 col plates, printed wrappers, bound in green cloth, wraps grubby, minor spots, else G, VERY RARE.
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