Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales, by John White

Table of Contents

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1787.

1788

Appendices

Natural History
Deaths Between December 1786 and July 1788
Establishment of New South Wales
A List of Subscribers

List of Illustrations

  1. Plate 1. New Holland Cassowary
  2. Plate 2. Great Brown King’s Fisher
  3. Plate 3. Banksian Cockatoo
  4. Plate 4. Blue Bellied Parrot
  5. Plate 5. Anamolous Hornbill
  6. Plate 6. Wattled Bee-eater, male
  7. Plate 7. Wattled Bee-eater, female
  8. Plate 8. Golden Winged Pigeon
  9. Plate 9. Port Jackson Thrush
  10. Plate 10. Yellow Eared Fly Catcher
  11. Plate 11. Tabuan Parrot, male
  12. Plate 12. Tabuan Parrot, female
  13. Plate 13. Pennantian Parrot, male
  14. Plate 14. Pennantian Parrot, female
  15. Plate 15. New Holland Creeper, male
  16. Plate 16. Knob-fronted Bee-eater
  17. Plate 17. Sacred King’s Fisher
  18. Plate 18. Banksia Serrata in Bud
  19. Plate 19. Banksia serrata in Flower
  20. Plate 20. Banksia Serrata in Fruit
  21. Plate 21. Banksia pyriformis
  22. Plate 22. Banksia, and Banksia gibbosa
  23. Plate 23. Peppermint Tree
  24. Plate 24. Tea Tree of New South Wales
  25. Plate 25. Bark of the Red Gum Tree
  26. Plate 26. Crested Cockatoo
  27. Plate 27. White Fulica
  28. Plate 28. Southern Motacilla
  29. Plate 29. Crested Goatsucker
  30. Plate 30. ‘1. Skinc-formed Lizard, 2. Eggs, 3. The Egg as broken, 4. The Young.’]
  31. Plate 31. ‘1. Snake, 2. Muricated Lizard.’
  32. Plate 32. ‘1. Ribbon Lizard. 2. Broad-Tailed Lizard.’
  33. Plate 33. Blue Frogs
  34. Plate 34. Root of the Yellow Gum tree
  35. Plate 35. White Hawke
  36. Plate 36. White Vented Crow
  37. Plate 37. Fuliginous Peteril
  38. Plate 38. Variegated Lizard
  39. Plate 39. ‘1. The Pungent Chaetedon. 2. Granulated Balistes.’
  40. Plate 40. Muricated Lizard, Variety
  41. Plate 41. Superb Warblers
  42. Plate 42. Motacilla
  43. Plate 43. Snake, No. 1
  44. Plate 44. Snake, No. 2
  45. Plate 45. Snake, No. 5
  46. Plate 46. Snakes, No. 1 and 2
  47. Plate 47. Insects of New South Wales, viz. ‘1. Large Scolopendra, 2. Spider, 3. Crab, 4. Caterpillar.’
  48. Plate 48. Small Paroquet
  49. Plate 49. Red Shouldered Paroquet
  50. Plate 50. ‘1. Cyprinaceous Labrus. 2. The Hippocampus or Sea-Horse’
  51. Plate 51. Doubtful Lophius
  52. Plate 52. ‘1. The Southern Cottus. 2. The Flying Fish’]
  53. Plate 53. ‘1. Fasciated Mullet. 2. Doubtful Sparus.’
  54. Plate 54. Kangaroo
  55. Plate 55. White Jointed Spider
  56. Plate 56. Wha Tapoua Roo
  57. Plate 57. Dog of New South Wales
  58. Plate 58. Tapoa Tafa
  59. Plate 59. Spotted Tapoa Tafa
  60. Plate 60. Poto Roo
  61. Plate 61. Hepoona Roo
  62. Plate 62. ‘A. Fish Hooks of New South Wales’ and ‘B. A Feather of the Cassowary’
  63. Plate 63. Implements of New South Wales; viz. a War Spear, Fish Gig, Hatchet, a Sword, and Basket of New South Wales
  64. Plate 64. ‘1. The Atherine, 2. The Tobacco Pipe Fish, 3. The Remora’
  65. Plate 65. New Holland Creeper, female


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