An historical narrative of the discovery of New Holland and New South Wales

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Dutch claims to New Holland and the British colonization in November saw the publication of An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales, which sought to explain the reasons for the British Government’s decision to establish a settlement at Botany Bay.

Although the book was published anonymously, the London. An historical narrative of the discovery of New Holland and New South Wales: containing an account of the inhabitants, soil, animals and other products of those countries and including a particular description of Botany Bay, illustrated with a chart of New Holland, New South Wales, Botany Bay and the new discovered islands in the north and south Pacific Ocean, from 30 deg.

to 50 deg. south. Get this from a library. An authentic journal of the expedition under Commodore Phillips to Botany Bay with an account of the settlement made at Port Jackson and a description of the inhabitants, &c.

to which is added an historical narrative of the discovery of New Holland, or, New South Wales. [Officer.;]. A General Chart of New Holland including New South Wales & Botany Bay with The Adjacent Countries and New Discovered Lands, published in An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales, London, Fielding and Stockdale, November   A General Chart of New Holland published in An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales, London, Fielding and.

Added to this series of articles was An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales which was published much earlier in The authorship of this compilation of new and old material was attributed to “an Officer”.

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New Holland (Dutch: Nieuw Holland) is a historical European name for mainland Australia. The name was first applied to Australia in by the Dutch seafarer Abel name came for a time to be applied in most European maps to the vaunted "Southern land" or Terra Australis even after its coastline was finally explored.

The continent Antarctica, later named in the. Dutch claims to New Holland and the British colonization in November saw the publication of An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales, which sought to explain the reasons for the British Government’s decision to establish a settlement at Botany Bay.

Page 10 - A History of New South Wales from the Discovery of New Holland in to the present time. By the late Roderick Flanagan, Esq., Member of the Philosophical Society of New South Wales.

2 vols. 8vo. Book Search Engine Can Find The Narrative Of A Voyage Of Discovery, Performed In His Mafasty's Vessel the Lady Nelson, Of Sixty Tons Burthen, With Sliding Keels, In The Years, AndTo New South ing Remarks on the Cape De Verd Islands, Cape Of Good Hope, by GRANT, JAMES.

An historical narrative of the discovery of New Holland and New South Wales: Containing an account of the inhabitants, soil, animals Illustrated with a chart. James Holland is an internationally acclaimed and award-winning historian, writer, and broadcaster.

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The east coast of New Holland is that country, which was discovered and explored by Captain James Cook, in his first voyage round the world, and by him called New South Wales.

Botany Bay, the only place he entered with the ship, which could be called a harbour, having been mentioned in the narrative of that voyage, as a convenient place for a.

Prior to the arrival of Captain James Cook inNew South wales was inhabited by Indigenous Australians for at le years.

The First Fleet, comprising 11 ships and around 1, people, was dispatched to the unknown continent – the only information about New South Wales was that from Cook’s voyage of From [ ]. An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales, published in Novembercontained "A General Chart of New Holland, including New South Wales & Botany Bay, with The Adjacent Countries, and New Discovered Islands", which showed all the territory claimed under the jurisdiction of the Governor of New South Wales.

A General Chart of New Holland including New South Wales & Botany Bay with The Adjacent Countries and New Discovered Lands, tabula in An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales (Londinii: Fielding. This book, titled 'The History of New Holland from its First Discovery into the Present Time', was published coinciding with the First Fleet expedition in London, Although it has been tentatively attributed to William Eden because his 'Principles of Penal Law' appear in the preface, the book's author remains unknown.

James Cook, born inwas one of the most celebrated navigators/explorers of his time. His voyages in the Royal Navy to the eastern and western seaboards of North America, the North and South Pacific, the Arctic, and the Antarctic brought a new understanding of the geography and of the peoples, flora, and fauna of the lands he discovered/5(36).

A General Chart of New Holland including New South Wales & Botany Bay with The Adjacent Countries and New Discovered Lands (Carta Umum New Holland termasuk New South Wales & Botany Bay dengan Negara-negara Bersebelahan dan Tanah Baru Ditemui), diterbitkan dalam An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales (Naratif.

England from Sydney Cove at intervals throughout Added to this series of articles was An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales which was published much earlier in The authorship of this compilation of new and old material was attributed to “an Officer”.

AN HISTORICAL NARRATIVE OF THE DISCOVERY OF NEW HOLLAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES. Containing an account of the inhabitants, soil, animals, and other productions of those countries, and including a particular Description of Botany Bay.

by FIELDING, John.: London, John Fielding, in Pater-noster Row, The History of New Holland, from its First Discovery into the Present Time.

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With a particular account of its produce and inhabitants; and a description of Botany Bay: also, a list of the Naval, Marine, Military and Civil Establishment.

Author [FIRST FLEET] ANONYMOUS, often mis-attributed to William Eden Book condition Used - In fine. An Historical narrative of the discovery of New Holland and New South Wales: containing an account of t [Maps of islands in south west Pacific] [cartographic material] A chart of the Southern extremity of America [cartographic material] A new and accurate map of the East Jndia Jslands [cartographic material]: laid down according to.

Pioneer history of the Holland Purchase of western New York: embracing some account of the ancient remains, and a history of pioneer settlement under the auspices of the Holland Company ; including reminiscences of the War of ; the origin, progress and completion of the Erie Canal, etc., etc., etc.

A few years after Birds of New Holland, Lewin produced a new version titled Birds of New South Wales. It consisted of 18 plates with accompanying descriptions. None of the books are identical as Lewin created the books using spare or discarded prints from Birds of New also authored the text rather than having experienced naturalists.

Narrative of Voyages and Travels in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres: Comprising Three Voyages Round the World; Together with a Voyage of Survey and Discovery, in the Pacific Ocean and Oriental Islands.

By Amasa Delano, Amasa Delano: Author: Amasa Delano: Publisher: Printed by E. House, for the author, Length: pages: Subjects. [1] Margaret Cameron-Ash is an independent researcher at the Mitchell Library in Sydney. She received an LLB from the University of Sydney and has practised law in Sydney and London.

She is the author of Supreme and District Courts Practice (Law Book Co., ) and was a Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales. A chart of New South Wales, on the east coast of New-Holland. Discovered and explored by Lieutenant J: Cook, Commander of his Majesty's Bark Endeavour, in the year MDCCLXX.

Engraved by W. Whitchurch, Bartholomew Lane, Royal Exchange. (London: printed for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell in the Strand, MDCCLXXIII). Although the narrative is somewhat disjointed - jumping between different characters at different times - I enjoyed reading about the daily struggle for survival and the remarkable s Often afflicted with disease and malnutrition, and at the mercy of the elements, death was a constant companion for these hardy sailors/5(18).

A General Chart of New Holland including New South Wales & Botany Bay with The Adjacent Countries and New Discovered Lands, published in An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales, London, Fielding and Stockdale, November   The History of New South Wales, including Botany Bay, Port Jackson, Pamaratta [sic], Sydney, and all its dependancies, from the original discovery of the island &c., London,8vo.

The History of New Holland, from its first discovery in to the present time London,8vo the second edition illustrated with maps. Works about Barrington.The prevalence of an unfavourable opinion Exploration of New with respect to the character of the country will probably Holland account for the neglect of its exploration.

If it had been regarded as a matter of any importance, instructions would have been given to Captain Cook, or to some of his con- temporaries, to explore those portions of.