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Colenso William - 6 Bound 19th Century Pamphlets

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comprising, A Classification And Description Of Some Newly-Discovered Ferns, Collected In The Northern Island of New Zealand, In The Summer of 1841-42, Printed At The Office Of The Launceston Examiner, 1845. 29pp. Fiat Justitia, Being A Few Thoughts Respecting The Maori Prisoner KEREOPA, Now In Napier Gaol, Awaiting His Trial For Murder, printed by Dinwiddie, Morrison, And Co, Napier, 1871, 23pp, double columns. Excursion In The Northern Island of New Zealand In The Summer of 1841--2, printed by the Office of the Launceston Examiner, 1841, 95pp. A Few Thoughts And Facts Concerning "The Sabbath" 46pp. Three Literary Papers Read Before The Hawkes Bay Philosophical Institute During The Session Of 1882, printed by The Daily Telegraph Office, Napier, 1883, 41pp. An Account Of Visits To, And Crossing Over, The Ruahine Mountain Range, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand and of the Natural History Of That Region: Performed in 1845-47. Printed At The Daily Telegraph Office, Napier, 1884. All bound together in later green cloth, ex libris with usual stamps etc. Rare.