The Picture of Australia: Exhibiting New Holland, Van Diemen's Land, and All the Settlement's, from the First at Sydney to the Last at the Swan River
Whittaker, Treacher and Company, 1829 - 370 sider
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The Picture of Australia: Exhibiting New Holland, Van Dieman's Land, and All ...
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Side 2 - COL. HAWKER'S INSTRUCTIONS to YOUNG SPORTSMEN in all that relates to Guns and Shooting.
Side 10 - FIRST STEPS TO BOTANY, Intended as popular Illustrations of the Science, leading to its study as a branch of general education. By JL DRUMMOND, MD 4th Edit. 12mo. with numerous Woodcuts, 9s.
Side 37 - Their wall of coral, for the most part in situations where the winds are constant, being arrived at the surface, affords a shelter, to leeward of which their infant colonies may be safely sent forth ; and to this their instinctive foresight it seems to be owing, that the windward side of a reef exposed to the open sea is generally, if not always, the highest part, and rises almost perpendicular, sometimes from the depth of two hundred, and perhaps many more fathoms.
Side 7 - SHAKSPEARE, BY BOWDLER. THE FAMILY SHAKSPEARE; in which nothing is added to the Original Text ; but those words and expressions are omitted which cannot with propriety be read aloud. By T. BOWDLER, Esq.
Side 37 - ... high as the common tides reach. That elevation surpassed, the future remnants, being rarely covered, lose their adhesive property ; and remaining in a loose state, form what is usually called u key, upon the top of the reef.
Side 10 - THE HISTORY of ENGLAND during the MIDDLE AGES; comprising the Reigns from William the Conqueror to the Accession of Henry VIII., and also the History of the Literature, Religion, Poetry, and Progress of the Reformation and of the Language during that period. 3d Edition. 5 vols.
Side 7 - FAREY.-A TREATISE ON THE STEAM ENGINE, Historical, Practical, and Descriptive. By JOHN FAREY, Engineer. 4to. illustrated by numerous Woodcuts, and 25 Copper-plates, £5.
Side 4 - ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF PLANTS; comprising the Description, Specific Character, Culture, History, Application in the Arts, and every other desirable particular respecting all the Plants Indigenous to, Cultivated in, or Introduced into Britain.
Side 25 - Petrels as we had never seen equalled. There was a stream of from fifty to eighty yards in depth, and of three hundred yards, or more, in breadth; the birds were not scattered but flying as compactly as a free movement of their wings seemed to allow; and during a full hour and a half, this stream of petrels continued to pass without interruption, at a rate little inferior to the swiftness of the pigeon. On the lowest computation I think the number could not have been less than a hundred millions...