3 edition of Correspondence and other papers relating to New Zealand, 1835-42. found in the catalog.
Correspondence and other papers relating to New Zealand, 1835-42.
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.
|Series||British parliamentary papers, colonies, New Zealand -- 3., 1835 (585) -- vol. 39., 1837-38 (122) -- vol. 40., 1839 (469) -- vol. 34., 1840 (560) -- vol. 33., 1840  -- vol. 33., 1841 (311) -- vol. 17., 1842 (61) -- vol. 28., 1842 (568) -- vol. 28., 1842 (583) -- vol. 28., 1842 (569) -- vol. 28., IUP library of fundamental source books|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||557 p., 6 leaves of plates (5 folded) :|
|Number of Pages||557|
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The Archive of New Zealand Music is the world's largest archive of unpublished material relating to New Zealand music and musicians. The Archive collects and preserves New Zealand's music heritage, making it accessible now and into the future. The Davenport Papers (ca. 43 lin. feet) is a large and nearly comprehensive body of correspondence, lectures, diaries (, mostly brief entries of an uneven character), student notebooks and family correspondence pertaining to Charles Davenport and the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
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These items are divided into eleven different series. Correspondence related to meet budgets and trip rosters. New Zealand’s first death relating to Covid has been 1835-42. book. there are some people from other countries stuck in New Zealand too.
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The difficulties were seriously compounded by the destruction in ofFile Size: 24KB. Captain William Hobson (26 September – 10 September ) was a British Royal Navy officer who served as the first Governor of New Zealand. He was a co-author of the Treaty of Waitangi.
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