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FIRST SUPPLEMENTARY 



CATALOGUE 



OP 



THE -LIBRARY. 



OF THE 



ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 



(FOUNDED 1868. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1882) 



COMPlLfii) BY 

JAMES E. BOOSE 



Librarian 



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THE INSTITUTE, NOETHUMBERLAND AVENUE, LONDON 

1901 



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PEEFACE 



The expansion of the Library of the Royal Colonial Institute 
during the past few years has necessitated the publication of 
a Supplement to the Catalogue which was issued in the 
year 1896, and contained the titles of all works in the 
Library up to the end of the year 1894. This first 
Supplement contains the titles of works acquired from that 
date to the end of the year 1900, and must therefore he 
consulted in conjunction with the previous Catalogue. Some 
idea of the rapid growth of the Library may be gained 
from the fact that whereas the previous Catalogue comprised 
about seven hundred pages, the first supplement contains over 
one thousand pages of closely printed entries, including many 
rare and unique works. Whilst the Library is kept well 
supplied with current literature, no effort has been spared 
to obtain all the earlier published works, both British and 
foreign, bearing upon the discovery, acquisition and settle- 
ment of the Colonies and Dependencies of the Empire, 
in order that details regarding their history and develop- 
ment may be available to those .consulting the Library, 
and the resources at the command of the Institute for 
supplying information of a reliable character may be of 
the most comprehensive kind. The system on which this 
Supplementary Catalogue has been compiled is in every 
way similar to that of the previous one. It shows at 
a glance the books to be found in the Library on any 



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particular Colony, the works of any author, the books on 
any given subject, in what volume of the Proceedings of a 
Society a certain article may be found, and other information 
which is indispensable to those consulting it. The sections, 
which oiiginally numbered seventy, have, however, been in- 
creased to seventy-seven, mainly owing to a re-arrangement 
of the divisions of the African Continent and the inclusion 
of one or two new sections such as Colonial Fiction, 
Egypt and the Soudan, and the South African War. 
In the last-named will be found a very complete collection 
of Books, Pamphlets, Magazine Articles, &c., both British 
and Foreign, bearing upon the subject. The sections dealing 
with Botany and Flora and Colonial Poetry have been 
re-arranged and sub-divided, the entries being placed 
under the Colonies to which they refer. The Papers 
contained in the Proceedings of various Societies in all 
parts of the world, and Magazine Articles when they relate 
to the Colonies and India, have been carefully classified 
and indexed, whilst numerous official publications extracted 
from the Colonial Parliamentary Papers have been treated 
in a similar way. Every endeavour has been made to 
supply a work of practical utility to those engaged in research 
or interested in Colonial questions and travels, and when 
used in conjunction with the previous Catalogue, it will 
prove not only a guide to the literature of the Colonies 
and India, but a valuable work of reference regarding their 
history, trade, government, and development. 

On December 31, 1900, the Library contained 43,766 
Volumes and Pamphlets, all of which relate to the Colonies 
and India. 

JAMES E. B00SI5:, Librarian. 

July, liiOl. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

PREFACE iii 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS .' ix 

INDEX OF COLONIES AND SUBJECTS ' x 

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xix 

INDEX OF AUTHORS xxii 



CATALOGUE 

1. COLLECTIONS OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS 1 

2. VOYAGES AND TRAVELS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE 11 

3. ARCTIC VOYAGES, &c 22 

4. ANTARCTIC VOYAGES, &c 29 

5. POLYNESIA, MICRONESIA, MELANESIA, <frc 32 



AUSTBALASIA 

6. AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, INCLUDING COAST 

SURVEYS 43 

7. THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA 47 

8. NEW SOUTH WALES 77 

9. VICTORIA 99 

10. SOUTH AUSTRALIA 114 

11. NORTHERN TERRITORY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 121 

12. QUEENSLAND 122 

13. WESTERN AUSTRALIA 134 

14*. TASMANU 140 

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PAGE 

16. NEW ZEALAND 154 

16. BRITISH NEW GUINEA .189 

17. FUI • . 194 



BRITISH NOBTH AMERICA 

18. THE DOMINION OF CANADA 196 

19. NOVA SCOTIA 276 

20. NEW BRUNSWICK 286 

21. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 294 

22. MANITOBA, THE NORTH-WEST TERRITORY, HUDSON'S BAY, Ac. . . 295 

23. BRITISH COLUMBIA, VANCOUVER ISLAND, THE YUKON, Ac. . . 310 

24. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR 328 

25. BERMUDA 328 



AFRICA 

26. THE CAPE COLONY, BECHUANALAND, BASUTOLAND, THE TRANSKEI, 

PONDOLAND, &c 329 

27. NATAL AND ZULULAND 355 

28. RHODESIA, INCLUDING MATABELELAND, MASHONALAND, AND THE 

TERRITORY OF THE BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA CHARTERED COMPANY 300 

29. THE TRANSVAAL AND THE ORANGE RIVER COLONIES . . 307 

30. SOUTH AFRICAN WAR, 1899-1900 376 

31. SOUTH-WESTERN AFRICA 392 

82. SOUTH-EASTERN AFRICA 393 

33. BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA .396 

34. WEST COAST OF AFRICA, INCLUDING SIERRA LEONE, THE GOLD COAST, 

LAGOS, THE GAMBIA, NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN NIGERIA, Ac. . 400 

36. BRITISH EAST AFRICA: ZANZIBAR, MOMBASA, UGANDA, PEMBA, 

SOMALILAND, Ac 416 

36. THE CONGO 425 

37. EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN 430 

38. AFRICA: ITS EXPLORATION, TRADE, DEVELOPMENT, Ac 440 

39. MAURITIUS, SEYCHELLES, RODRIGUES, Ac 449 

40. ST. HELENA 453 

41. ASCENSION 454 

42. TRISTAN D'ACUNHA 454 



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EAST INDIES, dc. 

PAOB 

43. INDIA 455 

44. ADEN. SOCOTRA, Ac 602 

45. ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS 602 

46. BRITISH BURMA 608 

47. CEYLON 606 

48. STRAITS SETTLEMENTS AND THE FEDERATED STATES OF THE 

MALAY PENINSULA 626 

49. COCOS-KEELING ISLANDS 535 

50. BORNEO, LABUAN, SARAWAK, Ac 636 

61. HONG KONG AND CHINA IN ITS RELATION TO BRITISH COMMERCE . 641 

52. ASIATIC ARCHIPELAGO 647 



WEST INDIES 

SB. THE WINDWARD AND LEEWARD ISLANDS 649 

54. BARBADOS 663 

55. JAMAICA 666 

56. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 676 

57. BRITISH GUIANA 679 

68. BAHAMAS 690 

59. BRITISH HONDURAS 692 



60. FALKLAND ISLANDS 693 

61. GIBRALTAR 693 

62. MALTA AND GOZO 696 

63. CYPRUS 698 



64. THE BRITISH COLONIES: THEIR HISTORY, TRADE, RESOURCES, 

GOVERNMENT, Ac; EMIGRATION, IMPERIAL FEDERATION, Ac. . 600 

66. COLONIAL BOTANY AND FLORA 636 

(A) AUBTRALUN COMMONWEALTH 636 

(B) New Zealand 649 

(C) Flu 655 

(D) Bbttish New Guinea 666 

(E) Bbitish Nobth America 056 

(F) Africa 060 

(G) MAUiunuB, Setchelleb, &c 662 

(H) West Indies 668 

(I) India, Ce^elon, Straits Settlements, Ac. 666 

(K) Arctic and Antarctic 670 

(L) General . , , . . , 670 



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PAOB 

66. COLONIAL POETRY 672 

(A) AuBTiULXAN Commonwealth 672 

(B) New Zealand and the Pacific 677 

(C) British Nobth America 678 

(D) Africa 682 

(E) West Indies 682 

(F) India, Cetlon 683 

(G) MAURinua 683 

(H) Cyprus 684 

(I) General 684 

67. FICTION 685 

(A) Australian Commonwealth and New Zealand 685 

(B) British North America 693 

(C) AiRiCA *. . 696 

(D) Indu, Ceylon, Straits Settlements, Hono Kono, cSrc 699 

(E) West Indies 700 

(F) General 701 

68. LITERARY MISCELLANIES BY COWNIAL AUTHORS 702 

69. SClfOOL BOOKS— COLONIAL GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, Ac 704 



70. TRANSACTIONS, PROCEEDINGS, AND REPORTS OF SOCIETIES. INSTI- 

TUTIONS, AND CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE; UNIVERSITY CALEN- 
DARS, &c 705 

71. ALMANACS, ANNUALS, HANDBOOKS, AND DIRECTORIES . . 715 

72. LIBRARY CATALOGUES, Ac 723 

73. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, Ac 726 

74. PHOTOGRAPHS AND SKETCHES 733 

75. CHARTS, MAPS, SURVEYS, Ac 746 

76. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS (UNITED KINGDOM) 763 

77. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS (COLONIES AND INDIA) 781 



LIBRARY REGULATIONS 



OP THE 



KOYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 



I. The Library will be open to Fellows on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays, and Fi'idays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m ; and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. ; excepting Good Friday to Easter Monday, both inclusive, Christmas 
Day, and the days appointed as Bank Holidays. The Libmry will be closed 
during the whole of the first and second weeks in September for the purpose 
of cleaning, examination of books, &c. 

II. Dictionaries, Directories, Encyclopaedias, and other works of reference 
and high value. Manuscripts, Atlases, Maps, Books and Illustrations in loose 
sheets, Di-awings, Prints, unbound Books, New Books until the expiration of 
six months from the time of their reception, and such other Books as the 
Library Committee may from time to time declare to be Books of Reference, 
shall not be taken out of the Library, unless with the special written order of 
a member of the Council. 

III. The title of every Book, Pamphlet, or work of any kind that may be 
lent, shall first be entered in the Library Register, with the Borrower's 
sigTxatTxre, or a separate receipt under his hand. No more than three volumes 
shall be lent at any one time to a Fellow. 

IV. No work of any kind shall be retained longer that one month ; but at 
the expiration of that period, or sooner, the same must l)e returned free of 
expense, and may then, upon re-entry, be again borrowed, provided that no 
application for it shall have been made in the meantime by any other Fellow. 

V. All Books that have been borrowed must be returned to the Librarian 
free at expense, by the 31st of August in each year. 

VI. Every volume used in the Institute Building shall, when done with, 
be at once handed to the Librarian, to be by him returned to its proper shelf. 

VII. In every case of loss of, or damage to, any volume, or other property 
of the Institute Library, the user or borrower shall make good the same ; and 
all or any property shall be considered as lost, and recovery of its value be 
capable of being enforced, if such property is not returned within one month 
after application for it shall have been made by the Librarian, by letter 
addressed to the borrower at his address as entered in the Register of 

Fello^wrs. 

VIII- Visitors may be admitted to the Library on the introduction of a 
Kello^w, -whose name, together with the names of the Visitors, shall be 
inserted in a book kept for that purpose. 

IX. Any infraction of the above Regulations will be reported to the 
Conncil, "who will take such steps as the case may appear to require. 

By order of the Council. 

j^QYAL Colonial Institute, 

NOKTHUMBBRLAND AVENUE, W.C. 



INDEX 



OF 



COLONIES AND SUBJECTS 



Aboriqinal LANOUAaBS. (Australia). See 

Languages of Australia 
Acadia. See Nova Scotia 
Acclimatisation, 50 
Aden, 502 

Admiralty Charts, 755-768 
Africa, 829-448 
Birds of, 829, 880, 888, 885, 858, 

892, 898, 406, 417, 418, 421, 424, 448 
Botany and Flora of, 660-662 



African Travel and Exploration, 860-866, 

892-894, 896, 401-404, 416, 418, 440- 

448 
Afrikander Bond, 887, 854 
Agriculture in Australia, 64, 69, 86, 87, 

96, 101, 107, 118, 117, 127, 128, 180, 

181, 188, 188, 189 

in New Zealand, 180 

Aitutaki, Island of, 88, 40 

Alaska Boundary Question, 812, 818, 815, 

816, 819-^22 
Alpaca, The, 50 
Andaman Islands, 502 
Angola, 892 

Angora Goat, 56, 104, 881, 889, 849 
Angra Paquena, 888 
Antarctic Voyages, 29-81 
Antarctic Regions, Botany of, 29-81, 170 

Natural History of, &c., 29-81 

Anticosti, Island of, 201, 250 
Antigua, 549-562, 740, 788 
Arbitration in Australasia, 85 
Architecture in Australia, 62, 70, 78, 113 

in Canada, 218 

in S. Africa, 852, 858 

Arctic Voyages, 8, 22-28 
Arctic Regions, Birds of, 22-28 

Botany of, 22-28, 670 

Natural History of, 22-28 

Zoology of, 22-28 

Arid Island, 158 

Artesian Water, 61, 64, 69, 82, 85, 86, 89, 

94, 124, 126. 128, 180, 182, 189, 170, 

174, 293 
Ascension, 11, 454 
Ashanti Wars, 402, 404, 405, 408 
Asiatic Archipelago, 586^540, 547, 548 
Assam, 455-501, 503 
Auckland Islands, 157 
Australasia, 11-21, 89, 48-188 
Australasian Democracy, 67, 69, 78, 76 
Frozen Meat Industry, 60, 65, 66, 

76, 89, 109, 126 



Australasian Libraries, 65 

Australia, Aborigines of, 46-51, 58-59, 

62-82, 85, 87, 91-99, 101, 102, 105, 106, 

108, 112, 114-119, 121-181, 184, 186. 

188, 142, 144, 151, 158 
Bu-ds of, 50, 51, 56, 62, 71, 75, 98, 

98, 116. 119, 128, 124, 184, 188, 142, 

144, 147, 149, 151 

Botany and Flora of, 685-649 

Climate of, 50, 58, 58, 62, 68, 80, 84, 



89, 90, 91, 96, 115, 116, 119, 122, 128. 
127, 188, 141 

— Coal in, 62, 80-82, 84, 85, 89, 92. 94, 
95, 97, 99, 118, 125, 129, 181-184, 188, 
141-148, 146, 147 

— Commonwealth of, 47-76, 672-677, 



685-698, 709, 719, 788, 746, 768, 764 

— Constitution of, 118 

— Early Voyages to, 1. 11-13, 14, 16, 
43, 95, 129, 181 

— Emigration to, 47, 48 

— Flora of, 62, 182, 188, 685-^9 

— Geology of, 48, 52-65, 57-60, 62, 



64, 67, 68, 71, 74, 79, 81-189, 142- 
158 

— Gold and Gold Fields of, 48, 55, 66- 
72, 79, 80, 84, 86, 89, 91-99, 108, 107- 
114, 118, 128-189, 146, 147, 151 

— Natural History of, 47, 49-59, 62, 



65-76, 78, 80, 84, 85, 96, 97, 101, 102, 
107, 118-119, 122-125, 130, 182, 139, 
142-149, 158 

— North, 49, 121, 122 

— Poetry of, 672 
Railways in, 71, 74, 76, 82, 85, 89, 



90, 94. 96, 104, 105, 109, 115, 125, 126, 

128, 136, 148 
Australian Alps, 106, 107 
Australian Contingents for South Africa. 

74, 876-892 
Discovery and Exploration, 43-46, 

78, 186, 145 
Federal Conventions, 66, 67, 68, 69, 



70 

— Federation, 62, 54, 56, 69-62, 64-76 

— Fruit Industry. 69, 60. 62. 64, 84, 86, 
92, 109, 114, 182, 149 

— Literature, 65, 69, 74, 75, 76, 130 

— Pioneers, 65 

— Wine, 49, 60, 51, 69 



Bahamas, 590, 591, 721, 741, 790 
Birds of the, 591 



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Balata Industry, 582, 610 
Banana Culture, 570, 577 
Banking in Australia, 58, 55, 58, 60, 62, 

68, 69, 76, 86, 88, 110, 118 
Barbados, 12, 549, 568-564, 668, 712, 721, 
790 

Botany and Flora of, 664-666 

Barrier Reef of Australia, 125 
Basutoland, 829, 887, 888, 841, 846, 850, 

851 
Bechuanaland, 829, 888, 841, 848, 849, 

851, 766 
Beet Sugar, 81, 88, 108, 118, 166, 610 
Benin, Metal Work from, 411-413 
Bering Sea Arbitration, 287, 817 
Bermuda, 828, 719, 751, 786 

Flora of, 828, 664 

Natural History of, 828 

Bibliography (Colonial), 66, 72, 288, 259, 
265, 290, 291, 514, 527, 582, 555, 571, 
582, 610 
Bi-MetaUism, 604, 609-612, 684 
Biography (Colonial), 57, 82, 86, 87, 90, 
92, 109, 116, 165, 181, 182, 185, 186, 
188, 204, 205, 210, 216, 227, 280, 240, 
243, 263, 256, 278, 291, 884-836, 888- 
342, 849, 852, 358, 368, 604 
Birds of the British Empire, 620 
Bismuth, 97 
Blackwater Fever, 405 
Boers in South Africa, 855 
Boer War, 1880-1881, 370 

of 1899-1900, 376-892, 768 

Boomerang, 53, 72, 482 
Borneo, 16, 586^40, 666-669, 722, 744, 
754, 777, 791 

Birds of, 588, 539 

Natives of, 686, 638, 589 

Botany and Flora, 635-672 

Botany Bay, 77 

Boundary Questions, 265, 278, 286, 292, 

315, 412, 419, 44^ 472 
Bowditch Island, 35 

British Columbia, 13, 47, 264, 310-822, 
666, 707, 717, 739, 786 

Gold Mines of, 72 

Mountameering in, 815, 322 

British Central Africa, 396-899, 660, 722, 

771, 788 
British East Africa, 416-424 

Railways in, 424, 442, 447 

British Guiana, 679-690, 663, 713, 720, 
726, 790 

Aborigines of, 680 

Birds of, 584, 685, 587 

Botany and Flora of, 685, 663-666 

Diamonds in, 590 

Gold Mines of, 682, 584-586, 588, 589 

British Guiana-Venezuela Boundary, 
251, 583, 585, 586, 588, 589, 777, 778 



British Honduras, 592, 720, 742, 790 
British New Guinea. See New Guinea 
British North America, Birds of, 198, 
202, 204, 205, 216, 218, 219, 227, 231, 
236, 242, 257, 264, 265, 279, 287, 294, 

297, 298, 800, 301, 807, 338, 845 

Botany and Flora of, 656-660 

British South Africa Company, 360-366 
Bruni Island, 147 

Bubonic Plague, 487, 491, 494, 620, 648, 

544 
Buddhism, 607, 610-512, 614, 515, 619, 

525, 531, 541, 542 
Builders of Greater Britain, 627 
Burma, 603 

Botany and Flora of, 666-669 

Railways in, 505 

Sport in, 505 

Burmese Language, 503, 506 

War, 503 

Bushranging, 64, 72, 75, 96, 140, 144, 168 
Butterflies, 60, 72, 116, 117, 124, 129, 

131, 217, 218, 279, 293, 889, 398, 577 

Cables, Submakinb, 616, 621, 624, 627- 
629 

Cabots, Voyages of, 18-22, 241, 247, 249, 
250, 251, 254, 262, 272, 278, 824, 326 

Camels in Australia, 63 

Camphor, 669 

Canada, Dominion of, 19-21, 76, 196- 
322, 656-660, 678-682, 693-696, 704, 
707, 717, 725, 739, 749, 766, 784 

Aboriginal Tribes of, 197, 201-208, 

209-221, 228, 225, 226, 286, 288, 242, 
246, 259, 262, 266, 267, 269-273, 295- 

298, 305, 808, 310, 312, 813, 315, 316, 
319, 320, 606 

and South African War, 265, 266, 

268, 269, 285 
Agriculture in, 248, 246, 248, 264, 

274, 320 

Art in, 226, 233, 236, 262, 263 

Banks and Banking in, 220, 227, 

232, 237, 240, 248, 254, 268, 262, 267, 273 
Birds of. See British North 

America 

Botany and Flora of, 656-660 

Cattle Trade of, 216 

Coal Fields of, 196-322 

Confederation Law of, 242 

Dairy Industry in, 251 

Emigration to, 47, 217, 238, 275 

Explorers of, 272 

Experimental Farms in, 248, 250, 264 

Game and Fishing Laws of, 226, 

232, 267 
Geology and Mineralogy of, 200- 

227, 230, 234, 238-240, 244-248, 261- 

260, 263, 266-322 



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Canada, Historical Medals of, 209 

Lumber Industry of, 219, 233, 236, 

246, 259 

Medical Profession in, 282 

Militia of, 208, 218, 238, 286, 242, 



248, 245, 256, 260, 264, 270 

Natural History of, 208-205, 209, 



210, 215, 217, 221, 288, 246, 259, 261, 
264, 267, 287, 288-822 

— Patent Law of, 282 

— Poetry of, 678 

— Poets of, 217, 244, 264 

— Public Libraries in, 215, 258, 264, 271 

— Railways of, 211-213, 215, 216, 218- 
221, 224, 237, 289, 240, 244, 250, 260, 
262, 271, 306, 319 

— Railway Law of, 240 

— Silviculture in, 222 

— Sport in, 241, 245, 250, 259, 265, 268, 



270, 271, 290, 321 

— Waterways of, 205, 212, 213, 219, 

222, 227, 232, 233, 235-237, 248, 255, 

263 

Women Suffrage in, 286 



Canadian- Pacific Route, 64 

Canterbury Settlement, New^ Zealand, 

155-157 
Cape Colony, 11-14, 16, 20, 21, 47, 329- 

354, 400, 401, 660-662, 696-699, 712, 

721, 766, 786 

Botany and Flora of, 660-662 

Coal in, 336, 389, 346, 350 

Farming in, 339, 843, 345, 354 

Geology of, 831, 382, 384-338, 

838, 839, 850 

Harbours of, 385, 839, 348 

Land Question of, 334, 885 

Native Tribes of, 329-331, 334, 



348-345, 847, 850-858, 605 

Public Libraries of, 884, 335, 



846 
Cape Mounted Rifles, 342 
Cape York, 122, 123 
Caroline Islands, 39, 40 
Carpentaria, Gulf of, 44, 50 
Cartier, Jacques, 18, 20, 216, 217, 220, 

222, 228, 225, 272 
Ceylon, 16-19, 21, 506-525, 688, 700, 718, 

722, 725, 742, 754, 776, 791 

Banks and Banking in, 511 

Birds of, 509, 511, 512, 514, 522 

Botany and Flora of, 666-670 

Forestry in, 509, 521 

Harbour Works, 515, 521 

Land Legislation in, 776 

Languages of, 507, 508, 517, 622 

Law Reports, 524, 525 

Mineralogy of, 507, 508, 513, 522 

Monumental Inscriptions of, 612- 

515, 618, 522 



Ceylon, Natives of, 506 

Paddy Cultivation in, 516 

Railways in, 518, 515, 518-620, 622 

Veddas of, 515 

Zoology of, 508, 509, 511, 612, 514, 

515, 617, 522 
'Challenger,* H.M.S., Voyage of, 17, 18 
Chartered Companies, 809, 865, 412, 419, 

422, 444, 446, 610, 618, 615, 628, 625, 

767, 770 
Chatham Islands, 154, 157-160, 174, 188 
China tn Relation to British Commerce, 

541-547 
Chinese in the Colonies, 55 
Christmas Island, 529, 585 
Church in the Colonies, 64, 67, 69, 80, 82, 

99, 100, 108, 109, 114, 170, 224, 229, 

257, 262, 268, 268, 280, 289, 820, 889, 

840, 848, 855, 857, 868, 417, 508, 509, 

518, 552, 558, 560, 568, 580, 582, 602 
Cinchona Cultivation, 466, 485, 488, 605 
Cinnamon, 510 

Clove Tree, Cultivation of, 551 
Coal, 622 

Cocoa, 528, 557, 559, 562, 607, 613, 624 
Cocoanut Cultivation, 518, 522, 587, 559, 

660 
Cocos-Keeling Islands, 536, 776 

Botany and Flora of, 668 

CofTee Cultivation, 92, 182, 855, 428, 471, 

485, 492, 500, 508, 511-513, 530-532, 

550, 551, 569, 573, 6aS, 615 
Coins and Currency, 54, 67, 59, 87, 207, 

210, 212, 232, 265, 268, 281, 485, 497, 

508, 543, 553, 581, 584, 595, 606, 609, 

611, 615, 618, 626 
Collections of Voyages and Travels, 1 
Colonial Authors, Literary Miscellanies 

by, 702 
Colonial Constitutions, 608 
Colonial Expansion, 610, 612, 614, 618, 

619, 621-628 % 

Colonial Fiction, 685-701 
Colonial Geography, History, &c., School 

Books, 704 
Colonial Poetry, 75, 672-684 
Colonial Systems of the World, 624, 627 
Colonies, History of the, 600-684 
Colonization, 600, 603, 605, 609, 612, 613, 

622,628 
Columbus, Christopher, Voyages of, 1-4, 

11, 17, 18 
Commercial Federation, 56, 64, 66, 609, 

618-618, 621, 626, 682 
Confederation. See Federation 
Congo, 401, 406, 426-429 

Flora of, 425, 429 

Native Tribes of, 428, 429, 441 

Convict System, 61, 64, 74, 78, 79, 84, 

108, 140, 141, 148, 168, 764 



Xlll 



Cook Islands, 42, 183 

Cook's Voyages, 13, 16, 17, 19, 164, 171 

Copper, 86, 95, 97, 127, 181, 133, 158, 205, 

207, 265, 266, 283, 286, 331, 345 
Cop^Tight in the Colonies, 234, 286, 238, 

239, 242, 244, 615, 765, 780 
Corals and Coral Beefs, 15, 33, 41, 96, 

115, 604, 610 
Cotton Cultivation, 92, 458, 461, 488, 

509, 551, 559 
Cricket in Australia, 60, 69, 70, 78 

in Canada, 236 

Crown Colonies, 583 

Lands (Colonies), 779 

Customs, International, 63t 

Cyprus, 17, 598, 599, 684, 742, 755, 779, 

792 

Forest Conservancy in, 598 

Law Reports, 599 



Dairy Industry (Australia), 60, 61, 63, 
65, 73, 86, 108, 109, 132, 188, 615 

in Canada, 261, 288, 615 

in New Zealand, 174, 176, 178, 

179, 181, 182 

in the Colonies, 620 



Damaraland, 333, 335 
Darien, Isthmus of, 214 
Deer in New Zealand, 174, 179 
Defence (Colonial), 56-60, 63, 68, 71, 88, 

86, 102, 108, 118, 182, 220, 224, 578, 

609, 611, 614-616, 619-621, 624, 626, 

628, 629, 631, 632 
Delagoa Bay, 343, 393-395 
Diamond Fields of South Africa, 334, 

338, 340, 347, 351, 627 
Diamonds in Australia, 81, 93, 95 
Diego Garcia, Botany of, 667 
Digests of Cases in Colonial Courts, 73, 

84, 222, 242, 249, 260, 492, 521 
Docks of the World, 633 
Dominica, 549-562, 788 
Doukhobor Settlements m Canada, 309 
Drake, Sir Francis, Life of, 15 
Durham, Lord, and AfGurs of Canada, 

198,244 
Dutch Language in S. Africa, 387 



East Africa, 16, 416-424, 753, 771 

Languages of, 417, 421, 422 

Easter Island, 35, 36, 39, 40 

Education in the Colonies, 47-153, 158, 
162, 187, 199, 203, 207, 208, 213, 228, 
248, 244, 246, 248, 262, 263, 273, 284, 
292, 294, 307, 808, 320, 325, 385, 337, 
521, 579, 582, 612 

Egypt, 2, 17, 430-439, 772, 788 

Ellice Islands, 89-41, 98 



Emigration, 47, 48, 114, 115, 145, 151, 
154, 156, 197, 198, 275, 830, 600-634, 
780 

Empire Day, 265 

Encyclopffidias, 58 

Engineering in Australia, 62 

Ensilage in Australia, 182 

Eskimo, 22-28 

Eucalyptus Oil, &c., 68, 107, 142 

Exhibitions, 103, 106 

Factory Legislation in the Colonies, 113 

Falkland Islands, 598 

Federation. See Imperial Federation 

Fenian Raid in Canada, 257, 264, 291 

Fibres, 612, 670 

Fiction (Colonial), 685-701 

Fiji, 60, 194-195, 655, 735, 765, 783 

Botany and Flora of, 655 

Fish and Fisheries (Colonial), 66, 76, 87, 
91, 94, 98, 106, 107, 117, 122, 128, 185, 
136, 138, 142, 144-147, 151, 158, 160, 
164, 165, 167, 168, 170, 171, 178, 176, 
178, 182, 185, 188, 200, 205, 227, 230, 
282, 243, 246, 247, 249, 250, 252, 264, 
266, 267, 271, 279, 289, 314, 323, 343, 
421, 509, 511, 529, 532, 538, 571, 573, 
575, 611 

Flags of the world, 621 

Flax and Hemp in Canada, 203 

Flindei*s Island, 140 

Folk-Lore, 85-37, 42 

Forestry in Australia, 136, 138 

in Canada, 209, 218, 229, 235, 246» 

251, 258, 264 

in New Zealand, 1«8, 165, 166, 179, 



180 
France and New Zealand, 156 
Freemasonry in Canada, 266, 290 
French on the Nile, 436, 437 
Friendly Islands, 88, 34 
Funafuti, Atoll of, 89-41, 98 
Fur Trade of Canada, 295, 305, 307, 309, 
314, 318 

Gambia, 400-415, 660, 787 
Gambler Islands, 41 
Gems of Australia, 51 
' Gentleman* s Magazine,' 602 
Gibraltar, 593, 722, 778, 792 

Birds of, 593 

Geology, 593 

Gilbert Islands, 37, 42 
Gippsland, 102, 104, 107, 112, 113 
Gladstone Colony, 128 
Gold Coast Colony, 400-415, 660, 704, 722, 
769, 787 

Gold Mines of, 414 

Gold Dredging, 97 
Gozo, Island of, 595 



XIV 



Grape Vine Culture in Australia, &c., 47 

Great Barrier Island, 171 

Greenstone of New Zealand, 178, 176, 

182 
Grenada, 549-662, 668, 721, 740, 788 
Griqualand West. See Cape Colony 
Guiana, Voyages to, 18 
Guinea, Voyages to, 8, 12, 400 

Hakluyt Society Publications, 8 
Handbooks and Directories, 715-722 
Hare System in Tasmania, 151 
Hawau, 18, 82-87, 89, 40, 42 

Birds of, 85 

Hervey Islands, 87 

Hong Kong, 16, 20, 21, 641-547, 668, 713, 

722, 726, 742, 754, 777, 792 

Botany and Flora of, 666 

Hop Cultivation in S. Africa, 889 

Home Island, 86 

Horowhenua Commission (N.Z.), 178, 

180, 182 
Horses in Australia and New Zealand, 

55, 169 
Horses in S. Africa, 840, 845, 858 
Huan Island, 84 

Hudson's Bay, 22-28, 196, 295-806 
Company, 262, 295, 801, 807, 765 

Imperial Federation, 52, 54, 59-62, 64- 

75, 608, 605-610, 612-618, 621-628, 629, 

680, 682 

Telegraphs, 625, 629, 682 

Income Tax, 780 

India, 456-501, 666, 705, 718, 722, 754, 

772, 792 

Botany and Flora of, 666-670 

Coal in, 461, 488 

Education in, 460, 467, 776 

Emigration from, 474 

Famine in, 462-465, 486-488, 490, 

494-496, 499, 500, 604, 775 
— - Fisheries of, 459, 464 

Forests of, 461 

Gold Fields of, 471, 488, 494 

Harbour Works in, 466, 481 

Languages of, 456-459, 464-466, 469 

Military Transport in, 462 

Monuments in, 470, 482 

Natives of, 460-462, 466, 478, 474 



488,497 

Bailways in, 457, 459, 462, 464-466, 



469-472, 476, 480, 481, 488, 489, 491, 
496, 497 

— Rulers of, 496 

— Sporl^in, 464, 472, 474, 476, 478, 480, 
486, 491, 601 

— Technical Education in, 486 



Indians in British Colonies, 781 
India-rubber, 866, 411,461,468,520,628, 

588, 581, 604, 618, 621, 671 
Iron Deposits of Australia, 97, 151 
Iron ajid Iron Ores in Canada, 206, 209, 

212, 218, 217-219, 284, 289, 258, 261, 

264, 282, 286 
Irrigation in Australia, 68, 61, 82-86, 89, 

91-98, 102, 107, 108, 116, 118, 119, 124. 

128, 142 

in Canada, 806 

in Ceylon, 510, 518 

in Egypt, 482-484, 487 

in India, 457, 459, 461-468, 468, 470, 

472, 474, 476, 482, 494, 498 

in New Zealand, 168, 182 

in South Africa, 882, 838, 889, 840, 



Indian Architecture, 459 
Fibres, 457, 476 



846, 850, 851 

Jamaica, 12, 272, 279-281, 284, 549, 568, 
565-575, 668, 712, 721, 726, 740, 789 

Birds of, 568, 570 

Botany and Flora of, 668-666 

Earthquakes in, 665, 669, 672 

Geology of, 574, 575 

Horses in, 570, 573 

Law Reports, 569 

Jameson Raid, 845, 868, 869, 871, 372, 
768 

Jenolan Caves, 88, 89, 94-96 

Johore. See Straits Settlements 



Kafirs, 829-882, 884, 837, 845, 766 
Kafir Language, 830, 882, 837 
Kafir Wars, 380, 331, 336, 388, 766 
Kalahari Desert, 838 
Kangaroo, 69, 67, 117, 125 
Kangaroo Island, 116 
Karoo (S. Africa), 886 
Kat River Settlement (S. Africa), 831 
Kauri Gum, 188, 187, 188 
Kerguelen Island, 31 
Kermadec Islands, 35, 171 
Kina-Balu, Exploration of, 588, 640 
Klondike. See Yukon Territory 
Kosciusko, 92, 94 



Labrador. See Newfoundland 

Labuan, 586-640, 791 

Lagos, 400-415, 660, 787 

Lake Region of Central Africa, 416, 419, 

423 
Land Legislation (Australia), 61, 62, 90, 

101, 109, 122, 128, 129, 136, 139 
Land Legislation in Canada, 211,217, 228 
Land Question (N. Zealand), 168, 169, 181 
Languages of Australia, 51, 65, 66, 59-62, 

64-75 



XV 



Language of New Zealand, 154, 156, 169 

Languages of the Pacific, 34-40 

Law Reports (Colonial), 342, 359 

Leeward Islands, 54^-562, 788 

Legislation in the Colonies, 628, 681 

Lemon Culture in Australia, 56 

Leprosy, 348, 475, 477, 496, 542, 677 

Liberia, 406 

Library Catalogues, 723 

Lif u Mission, 33 

Lighthouses of Australia, 66 

Light Railways in the Colonies, 63, 86, 

620 
Liquor Traffic in Africa, 410, 411, 414, 

415, 448, 769 
Lizards in Australia, 108, 115, 122 
Locusts, 353, 475, 598, 631, 779 
Lord Howe Island, 81, 82, 89, 98 
Loyalty Islands, 40, 42 



Macquabib Island, 175 

Malaboch Campaign, 372 

Malacca, 18 

Malarial Fever, 405, 406, 415, 606, 608, 

621, 627, 628, 680-633 
Malay Peninsula, 526-^35, 547 

Dialects of, 526, 528, 530, 582 

Natives of, 526, 527, 532, 533 

Natural History of, 529, 530 

Maldive Islands, 506, 513, 515 
Malouine Islands. See Falkland Islands 
Malta, 595, 704, 713, 755, 778, 792 
Manitoba, 264, 295-309, 656, 708, 718, 

739, 786 
Manitoba School Question, 302-306 
Maori of New Zealand, 154, 166, 158, 169, 

162, 163, 165-176, 178, 180-188 
Maps, Charts, Surveys, &c., 746-763 
Marine Orgauisms, 19 
Maroons of Jamaica, 272, 279-281, 284, 

565, 669, 574 
Marotseland, 363, 364 
Marquesas Islands, 38, 42 
Marshall Islands, 39 
Mashonaland, 360-366 
Matabeleland, 360-366 
Matabele Rebellion, 363-^64 
Matty Island, 38 
Mauritius, 11, 12, 14, 15, 20, 449-452, 

683, 704, 712, 722, 742, 754, 772, 788 

Flora of, 662, 663 

Mayor Island, 168 
Melanesia, 32-42 
MelviUe Island, 121 
Mercury in N.S. Wales, 97 
Merino Sheep, 51, 53 
Mica Mining in Canada, 239 
Micronesia, 32-42 
Mining, 612, 621, 626 



Missions and Missionaries, 14, 32-34, 42, 
67, 69, 82, 154, 160, 177, 180, 186, 188, 
194, 1985-200, 226, 248, 300, 303, 334, 
885, 340, 355, 399, 403, 410, 417, 418, 
420, 422, 425, 428, 439, 440, 443, 448, 
457, 506, 523, 568, 579, 588, 601, 603, 
609, 617, 628, 629 

Moa and Moa Hunters, 54, 159^162, 171- 
176, 178, 181 

Mombasa, 416 

Montreal, Growth of, 228, 229 

Montserrat, 549-562 

Moose in Canada, 231, 269, 290, 291, 321 

Moreton Bay, 80, 122 

Murray River, 48, 49 

Namaqualand, 831, 332, 387 

Natal, 855-869, 660-662, 69^-699, 712, 

721, 737, 738, 752, 766, 786 

Botany and Flora of, 660-662 

Coalfields of, 358, 359 

Geology of, 358, 359 

Harbours of, 356, 858 

Indians in, 357, 858, 781 

Native Tribes of, 850, 856-367 

Railways of, 357 

Naturalists* Library, Allen's, 620 

Naval Heroes, 19, 20, 601 

Naval Pioneers of Australia, 72 

Navigator's Islands. See Samoa 

Navy, History of the, 601 

Navy Records Society : Publications, 9 

New Britain, 84^36, 89, 42 

New Brunswick, 208, 264, 272, 286-298, 

656, 708, 718, 785 
New Caledonia, 83, 34, 37, 40 
Newfoundland, 203, 272, 323-327, 656, 

719, 765, 786 

Botany and Flora of, 656-660 

Fishery Question, 323, 325-327, 765 

Geology of, 324-326 

New Guinea, 15, 20, 42, 87, 189-198, 665, 

749, 765, 783 

Birds of, 190 

Botany and Flora of, 655 

Languages of, 191, 192 

New Hebrides, 35-89 

New Ireland, 34 

New Italy, 83 

New Norcia, 134 

New South Wales, 43, 77-98, 635-649, 

685-693, 709, 719, 723, 733, 747, 764, 

781 

Botany and Flora of, 635-649 

Department of Mines, 97 

Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, &c., 

726 
New Zealand, 11-21, 47, 66, 80, 154-188, 

649-^5, 677, 678, 686-693, 704, 711 

719, 723, 734, 749, 765, 783 



XVI 



New Zealand, Birds of, 167, 169-162, 166, 
167-169, 171, 172, 174, 176, 177, 178, 
180, 181, 184, 187, 188 ^ 

Botany and Flora of, 649-666 

Coal Fields of, 168, 171, 172 

Company, 166 

Emigration to, 47 

Farming in, 165 

Female Suffrage in, 176, 177 

Fruit Culture in, 64 

Geology of, 56, 156, 168-161, 

164, 166, 167-172, 176, 178, 181-183, 
186-188 

Harbours of, 166, 174, 179 

Hemp. See Phormium Tenax 

Hot Lakes and Springs of, 167, 



169, 179, 186 

Mountaineering in, 169, 171, 

173-176, 177, 179-182 

Natives of. See Maori 

Natural History of, 166, 168- 



169, 171-175, 178-180, 188, 184, 186 

Poetry of, 677 

Railways of, 169, 178 

Wars, 165-157, 164, 186 



N'Gami, Lake, 861, 392 

Nicaragua Canal, 18 

Nicobar Islands, 602 

Niger Company, 412, 770 

Nigeria, 400-416, 770 

Nile, Sources of, 416, 430, 434 

Norfolk Island, 33, 87, 78, 80, 92, 96, 160, 

764 
Northern Territory of South Australia, 

121 
North-West Passage, 6. 18, 28 
North- West Territory (Canada), 295-809, 

786 
Nova Scotia, 11, 203, 262, 264, 272, 276- 

286, 666, 708, 718, 784 

Geology of, 276-286 

Nyassaland, 896-899 

OCBANOORAFHICAL KnOWLEDOB, 18, 65, 71 

OUve Culture, 116, 182, 347 

Opium, 475, 479, 491, 608 

Orange River Colony, 367-875, 762, 767 

RaUways of, 868 

Orange Culture, 47, 56, 132, 669, 576, 597 
Ostriches and Ostrich Farming, 148, 886 
Ottawa Conference, 88, 178, 281, 283, 284, 

608, 609, 611 
Ovampoland, 392 
Oyster Culture in Tasmania, 144, 146 

Pacific Cable, 66, 67, 69-72, 74-76, 260, 
254, 255, 260, 269, 271, 608, 614, 763- 
765 

Pacific Ocean, 11-21, 82-42, 62, 786, 749, 
765 



Parliamentary Papers (Colonies and 

India), 781-798 

(United Kingdom) 768-781 

Paumotu Islands, 41, 42 

Payment of Members (Australia), 61 

Pearls and Pearl Fishing, 60, 128, 131, 

184, 190, 610, 615, 524 
Pelew Islernds, 18 
Pemba, 416 

Penny Postage, 607, 621, 622, 626 
Penrhyn Island, 36 

Petroleum, 202, 205, 220, 236, 297, 606 
Phormium Tenax, 56, 161, 172 
Photographs and Sketches, 783 
Pineapple Cultivation, 573 
Pitcaim Island and Islanders, 82, 88, 41 
Platinum, 93 

Platypus in Tasmania, 145 
Plumbago, 212, 614 
Poetry (Colonial and Indian), 672-684 
Polynesia, 32-42, 749 
Polynesian Nation, Origin of, 32, 88, 68 
Pondoland, 329, 337 
Port Arthur, 140 
Port Darwin, 121 
Port Essington, 122 
Port Phillip, 48, 80, 99-118, 140 
Potash, 141 

Prince Albert Land, 121 
Prince Edward Island, 208, 264, 294, 666, 

704, 786 
Pumice in New Zealand, 170 
Public Debts (Colonial), 66, 66 
Public Libraries (Colonial) 66, 628, 638 



Queen Charlotte Islands, 311, 312, 816 

Queensland, 80, 122-188, 686-649, 686- 

698, 711, 720, 723, 738, 748, 764, 782 

Botany and Flora of, 635-649 

Separation, 126 

Quicksilver in N.S. Wales, 97 



Rabbits in Australia, 86, 186 

Ramie, 671 

Ranching in Canada, 264, 800, 804, 808 

Rapa, Island of, 38 

Rarotonga, 86-40 

Rebellion of 1887 in Canada, 262 

Red River Expedition, 296 

Responsible Government in the Colonies, 

602, 610, 621 
Rhodesia, 360-866, 660, 712, 721, 766, 787 

Geology of, 863, 865, 866 

Gold Fields of, 72 

Railways in, 864 

Rice Growmg, 132, 514, 682 
Riverine District of Australia, 80 
Rockingham Bay, 122 



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Bock Paintmgs, Carvings, &o., 68, 68, 70, 
74. 86, 88-90, 92, 98, 110, 128, 126, 
165, 180, 182, 815, 836, 509 

Bodrigaes, 449-452 

Flora of, 668 

Rotuma, 87 

Bubber Industry. See India-rubber 

Sablb Island, 278, 288 

St. Helena, 11-18, 400, 449, 458-454, 

754 
St. Eitts, 549-562 
St. Lucia, 54^62, 789 
St. Vincent, 649-562, 789 
Salmon in Canada, 201, 204, 227 
Salmon in Tasmania and New Zealand, 

142-145, 147, 148, 158, 162 
Salt, Manufacture of, 508, 622 
Samoa, 82, 84-42 
Sandwich Islands, 82, 88 
Sarawak, 130, 586-540 
Sardine Industry in New Brunswick, 290 
Savage Island, 86 
Seab, 159 
Sericulture in the Colonies, 81, 86, 182, 

518, 533 
SeycheUes, 14, 449^52, 742, 788 

Flora of, 662, 668 

Sheep, Treatment of. Farming, &c., 47- 

49, 51, 53, 57, 62, 84, 87, 89, 96, 126, 

138,185 
Shells and Shell-money, 35, 58, 98, 113, 

122, 124, 144, 145, 147, 148, 167, 168, 

178, 202, 222, 316, 347, 575 
Shipwrecks, Memoirs of, 14 
Sierra Leone, 400-415, 660, 770, 787 
Sikhs of India, 456, 457, 484 
SOver Fields, 84, 85, 87, 89, 92, 94, 97, 

124, 127, 129, 149 
Sisal Industry, 591 
Slave Trade, 16, 400, 416, 441, 446, 549, 

550, 552, 558, 568, 566, 568, 600-602 
Snakes and Snake Bites, 50, 51, 57, 61, 

63, 102, 116, 335, 624 
Societies' Proceedings, &o., 705-715 
Society Islands, 32, 33 
Socotra, 502 

Solomon Islands, 34, 85, 38, 39 
Somaliland, 416 

Flora of, 418, 422 

Soudan, 430-139, 772 

South Africa, 47, 329-395, 617, 704, 712, 

725, 736, 751 

Banks and Banking in, 842 

Poetry of, 682 

Bailways of, 338-340, 846, 849, 



766 



Rinderpest in, 846, 848, 766 



Sport in, 344, 345, 347-350, 860, 361, 



364,368 



South Africa, Tribes of, 32^-831, 334, 

848-847, 850-358, 360, 364, 894, 405, 
* 766 

Zoology of, 380, 331, 885 

South African War, 1899-1900, 376-^92 
South AustraHa, 114-121, 140, 635-648, 

686-693, 710, 720, 723, 733, 748, 764, 

782 

Botany and Flora of, 635-649 

Colonization of, 119 

Northern Territory of, 121 

South-Eastem Africa, 898-395 
South Sea Islands, 32-42 

Botany and Flora of, 655 

Languages of, 32 

Natural History of, 82 

South-Westem Africa, 392 

Spanish Expeditions to the Pacific, 82 

Spear Heads from Australia, 184 

Sperm Whale, 20, 82 

Spices, 516, 526 

Spiders of Australasia, 180 

Sponge Industry, 98, 111, 113, 183, 222, 

245, 288, 318, 606 
Sport in Africa, 420-422, 441, 444, 446, 

447 
State Papers, Calendar of, 600 
Stewart Island (N. Zealand), 178 
Straits Settlements, 20, 21, 526-535, 665- 

670, 700, 718, 722, 726, 742, 744, 791 

Birds of the, 528, 538, 534 

Botany and Flora of, 667-670 

Mining in, 580, 532 

Railways of, 531, 535 

Sugar, 60, 61, 68, 81, 108, 126, 128, 132, 

452, 508, 526, 581, 549, 550, 554, 555, 

558, 560, 561, 568, 564, 567, 675, 577, 

688, 585, 688, 606, 614, 627, 629, 630, 

683, 777, 779 
Surveying in the Colonies, 626 
Sussex Emigrants in Canada, 198 
Swaziland, 368, 374, 875, 767 

Tan Substances, 83 

Tanganyika, 896-899, 417, 421, 442, 444, 

445 
Tasman, Abel, Voyages of, 11, 150 
Tasmania, 11-21, 89, 47, 80, 140-153, 

635-648, 685-693, 711, 720, 728, 784, 

749, 764, 783 

Aborigines of, 140, 148, 151, 153 

Botany and Flora of, 635-649 

Fruit Culture in, 64 

Tattooing, 39, 180 

Tea Cultivation, 462, 467, 479, 482, 485, 

488, 489, 491, 499, 500, 517, 519, 521, 

528, 525, 541, 605, 611, 615, 618 
Technical Education in the Colonies, 92, 

111, 113, 123, 128, 151, 248, 265, 290, 617 
Telegraph Codes, 716 

b 



XVlll 



Te Waharoa, Story of, 157 

Throw Stick of Tasmania, 149 

Thursday Island, 180, 181 

Timber (AustraUa), 55, 56, 59, 87, 88, 91, 

150, 151 
Tin Deposits, 88, 86, 97, 122, 124, 126, 

127, 129, 184, 147, 149, 150, 151, 158, 

172, 528, 580, 582, 538 
Tobacco, 81, 88, 92, 182, 188, 389, 840, 

482, 516, 589, 559, 569, 578, 574, 672 
Tobago, 551, 576-579 
Tongatabu, 88 
Torrens' Land System, 109 
Torres Straits, 124, 180, 181 
Totemism, 68, 72, 818, 624 
Transactions and Proceedings of Societies, 

&c., 705-715 
Transkei, 829, 846 
Transportation, 47, 48, 78, 79, 140, 141, 

148 
Transvaal Colony, 888, 867-875, 712, 722, 

752, 767 

Gold Mines of, 72, 867^75 

Transvaal War, 181, 876-892 

Treaties (West African), 406 

Trinidad, 551, 576-579, 668, 712, 721, 741, 

789 

Birds of, 577, 578 

Mammals of, 578 

Tristan d'Acunha, 18, 454, 772 
Tropical Africa, Flora of, 662 
Tropical Cultivation, 125 
Trust Funds, 66 
Tsetse Fly, 857 
Turks Island, 571 

UaANDA, 416 

United Empire Loyalists, 250, 256, 260, 

262, 270, 278 
University Calendars, 705 

Vangouvbr Island. See British 

Columbia 
Van Biemen's Land* See Tasmania 
Vasco da Gama, Voyages of, 19, 20 
Victoria, 80, 99-118, 685-648, 685-693, 

710, 720, 728, 788, 747, 782 

Botany and Flora of, 685-649 

Land Question in, 49 

Victoria Falls, 360, 864, 892 

Vine Culture in Australia and New 

Zealand, 50, 51, 64, 99, 108, 114, 117, 

185, 172 
Virgin Islands, 549, 558, 560 
Viticulture, 108, 117, 186, 178, 389 
Volcanic Islands, 15 
Volcanoes (New Zealand) 178 



Voyages and Travels, Collections of, 1 
Voyages and Travels in various parts of 

the British Empire, 11-21 
Wairau, Massacre at, 155 
Waitangi, Treaty of, 154 
Wallis Island, 86 
War of 1812, 204, 209, 214, 230, 239, 262, 

265 
Water Power for Electricity in Ceinada, 

261 

Supply, W. Australia, 136, 137 

Wattle Bark, 142 

Weapons, Savage, 52, 54, 57, 60, 67, 68, 

85, 87, 98, 150, 166, 169, 178, 175, 188, 

280,604 
West Coast of Africa, 400-415, 660-662, 

698, 789, 758, 769, 787 

Botany of, 660 

Languages of, 408-405, 408, 410, 

414 

Natives of, 400, 401, 405, 408, 409 

Railways of, 411, 413, 415, 442, 447 

Western Australia, 43, 47, 184-139, 685- 

649, 685-698, 711, 720, 734, 748, 764, 

782 

Botany of, 635-649 

West Indies, 549-591, 682, 688, 700, 720, 

740, 754, 777, 788 

Botany and Flora of, 668-666 

Hurricanes in, 556, 558, 661, 562, 

590 



Insurrections in, 551, 568, 569, 571 

Poetry of, 682 

Voyages to, 9, 12, 16, 549 

Whale Fishery, 20, 32, 41, 117, 165, 160, 

162, 164, 610 
Wheat Trade of Australia, 61, 66, 128, 

182, 150 

Canada, 288, 288, 264 

New Zealand, 180 

Windward Islands, 649-562 

Wine (Australian, &c.), 49-51, 59, 75, 80, 

94, 109, 114, 117, 185, 606 
Wood-Paving, 189 
Wool and Wool Trade, 47-49, 51, 58, 

57, 62, 65-67, 76, 87, 96, 107, 357 

YoKON Territory, 811-322 

Zambbsi, 16, 860, 898, 896 
Zanzibai-, 416, 771, 788 
Zimbabye Ruins, 861, 862 
Zoology of Polar Sea, 22 
Zululand, 355-359, 766 

Geology of, 357, 858 

Language of, 859 

Zulu War, 886. 856 



LIST OF ABBBEVIATIONS 



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A.A.A.S. Australian Association for the 
Advancement of Science. 

Agri. Led. (India). Agricultural Ledger, India. 

Ainer. 6.S. American Geographical Society. 

Amer. Mus. Nat. His. American Museum 
of Natural History. 

Asiatic. Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly 
Review. 

Aus. Com. Con., 1890. Australasian Com- 
mercial Conference, 1890. 

B.A. Mag. British American Magazine. 
Bank. Mag. Aus. Bankers* Magazine of 

Australasia. 
B.A. See. British Australasian Society. 
Bel. Deut. KoK Beitrage zur Eolonialpolitik 

and Eolonialwirtschaf t, Herensgegeben von 

der Deutschen Kolonialgesellschaft, Berlin. 
B.E. Series. British Empire Series. 
B.G.Y.E. Tij. Bataviaasch Genootschap van 

Ennsten en Wetenschappen Tijdschrift. 
B.I. A. J. Journal of the Bankers' Institute 

of Australasia. 
Bui. du Com. de PAfri. Fran. Bulletin du 

Comity de I'Afrique Fran^aise. 
BqU. Bot. Dep. Jam. Bulletin of the 

Botanical Department of Jamaica. 
Bur. of Stat. Wash. Bureau of Statistics, 

Washington, U.SA. 

C.C. Cape Colony. 

Can. Ban. Asso. Canadian Bankers' Associa- 
tion. 

Can. Hist. Canadian History Series. 

Can. Jonr. Canadian Journal of Industry, 
Science, and Art. 

Can. Mag. Canadian Magazine. 

Can. Mil. Inst. Canadian Military Institute 
Selected Papers. 

Can. Mon. Canadian Monthly. 

Can. Palae. Contributions to Canadian 
Palasontology. 

Cape nios. Mag. Cape Illnstrated Magazine. 

Cape Q.B. Cape Quarterly Review. 

Cen. of Can. Meth. Centennial of Canadian 
Methodism. 

Col. Bep. (Misc.). Colonial Reports (Miscel- 
laneous). 

Conf. Aus. Fruit. Proceedings of the Con- 
ference of Australasian Fruit-growers, 
Wellington, N.Z., 1896. 

Dep. of Agri. N.Z. Department of Agricul- 
ture, New Zealand. 

Dep. of Agri. Vict. Department of Agricul- 
ture, Victoria. 

Dep. Mines (N.S.W.). Department of Mines, 
New South Wales. 



Dep. Mines (Tas.). Department of Mines, 
Tasmania. 

Eng. Asso. (N.S.W.). Engineering Associa- 
tion of New South* Wales. 

Eng. Soc. Can. Engineering Society of the 
School of Practical Science, Toronto. 

E.P. Mon. Mag. Eastern Province Monthly 
Magazine. 

Geo. Con. (6th). Sixth International 
Geographical Congress. 

G.G. Government Gazette. 

Geo. Jour. Geographical Journal. 

Geo. Jour. (Q.). Queensland Geographical 
Journal. 

Geo. Mag. Geographical Magazine. 

Geo. Soc. Aus. Geological Society of Aus- 
tralasia. 

Geo. Soc. Quebec. Geographical Society of 
Quebec. 

Geo. Sur. Bull. (W.A.). Bulletin of the 
Geological Survey of Western Australia. 

Geo. Sur. Can. Geological Survey, Canada. 

Geo. Sur. (N.S.W.). Geological Survey of 
New South Wales. 

Geo. Sur. Vict. Geological Survey of Vic- 
toria- -Report of Progress. 

G.M. Asso. Quebec. Journal of the General 
Mining Association of Quebec. 

Goidon & Gotch. Gordon & Gotch's Aus- 
tralian Handbook. 

Greville's Year Book. Greville's Year Book 
of Australia. 

H.A. (Ont.). Journal and Proceedings of the 
Hamilton Association, Ontario. 

Hakluyt Soc. Publications of the Hakluyt 
Society. 

H. & S.S. (Man.). Transactions and Pro- 
ceedings of the Historical and Scientific 
Society of Manitoba. 

Imp. & Col. Mag. Imperial and Colonial 
Magazine, London. 

Imp. Dep. Agri. W.I. Journal of the Imperial 
Department of Agriculture, West Indies. 

Imp. Fed. (Def.) Com. Imperial Federation 
(Defence) Committee. 

Inc. Cham, of Com. Liv. Incorporated 
Chamber of Commerce, Liverpool. 

Ind. {([us. Notes. India Museum Notes. 

Inst. Col. Inter. Brux. Institut Colonial 
Internationale Bruzelles. 

Int. Com. Con. Phil. International Com- 
mercial Congress, Philadelphia, 1899. 

Inter. Con. Tech. Ed. International Con- 
gress on Technical Education held in 
London, 1897. 

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Inter. Sugar Jour. International Sugar 
Journal. 

J.A.I. Journal of the Anthropologioal 

Institute. 
J.B.I. AuBt. Journal of the Bankers' Insti- 
tute of Australasia. 
J.E.I.A. Journal of the East India Association. 
J.I.B. Journal of the Institute of Bankers. 
J.I.B. (N.S.W.) Journal of the Institute of 

Bankers, New South Wales. 
J.L.C. Journal of the Legislative Council. 
J. Linn. Soc. (B.). Journal of the Linnean 

Society — ^Botanj. 
J. Linn. Soc. (Z.). Journal of the Linnean 

Society — Zoology. 
J.M.G.S. Journal of the Manchester Geo- 
graphical Society. 
J. Meteo. Soc. Journal of the Meteorological 

Society. 
Jour. Fed. Can. Min. Inst. Journal of the 

Federated Canadian Mining Institute. 
Jour, of Assem. Journal of Assembly. 
Jour. Ho. Assem. (N.B.). Journal House of 

Assembly, New Brunswick. 
Jour. Ho. Com. (Can.). Journal of the House 

of Commons, Canada. 
Jour. Inst. Jam. Journal of the Institute of 

Jamaica. 
Jour. Jam. Agri. Soc. Journal of the Jamaica 

Agricultural Society. 
Jour, of Aus. Journal of Australasia. 
J.P.S. Journal of the Polynesian Society. 
J.B.A.S. Journal of the Boyal Asiatic Society. 
J.B.A.S. (C.B.). Journal of the Boyal Asiatic 

Society (Ceylon Branch). 
J.B.A.S . (S .B.). Journal of the Boyal Asiatic 

Society (Straits Branch). 
J.B.G.S. Journal of the Boyal Geographical 
Society. 

J.B.S.S. Journal of the Boyal Statistical 
Society. 

J.B.U.S.I. Journal of the Boyal United 
Service Institution. 

J.S.A. Journal of the Society of Arts. 

J.S.C.L. Journal of the Society of Com- 
parative Legislation. 

J.V.I. Journal of the Viotorift Institute. 

K.I. Ned. Ind. Koninklijk Instituut voor 

de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde van 

Nederlandsch Indie— Bijdragen. 
L. (& H.S. Que. Transactions of the Literary 

and Historical Society of Quebec. 
Liv. Geo. Soc. Transactions of the Liverpool 

Geographical Society. 
L'Union Col. Fran. L'Union Coloniale 

Fran<?aise, Paris, 
(m). Magazine Article. 
Mem. B.S.S.A. Memoirs of the Boyal Society 

of South Australia. 
Montreal B. of T. Rep. Montreal Board of 

Trade Report. 



Natal Aim. Natal Almanac. 

Nat. Geo. Mag. National Geographic Maga- 
zine (Washington, U.S.A.). 

Nat. His. Soc. (B.C.). Natural History 
Society of British Columbia. 

Nat. Hist. Soc. (N.B.). Bulletin of the 
Natural History Society of New Brunswick/ 

Navy Rec. Soc. Navy Records Society. 

N.B. Mag. New Brunswick Magazine. 

New. Mag. Newfoundland Magazine. 

N.S. Hist. Soc. Collections of the Nova 
Scotia Historical Society. 

N.S.I. Sci. Proceedings and Transactions 
of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science. 

N.S.W. Agri. Gaz. New South Wales Agri- 
cultural Gazette. 

N.S.W. Ch. of Min. Transactions of the 
New South Wales Chamber of Mines. 

N.S.W. Com. Chicago 1893. Pamphlets 
issued by the New South Wales Com- 
missioners for the World's Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, 1898. 

N.Y. State Col. Soc. New York State 
Colonisation Society. 

N. Z.A.J. New Zealand Alpine Journal. 

N.Z. lUus. Mag. New Zealand Illustrated 
Magazine. 

O.C. Old Catalogue, 1895. 

Ont. Bur. of Indus. Ontario Bureau of 

Industries. 
Ont. Hist. Soc. Ontario Historical Society 

— Papers and Records. 
Ottawa Lit. & Sc. Soc. Ottawa Literary and 

Scientific Society. 

P. Agri. Soc. Trin. Proceedings of the 
Agricultural Society of Trinidad. 

Pamp. Pamphlet. 

P. Can. Inst. Proceedings of the Canadian 
Institute. 

Phil. Com. Mus. Publications of the Phila- 
delphia Commercial Museum. 

PhU. Soc. N.S.W. Transactions of the 
Philosophical Society of New South Wales. 

P.I.C.E. Minutes of Proceedings of the 
Institution of Civil Engineers. 

P.I.V. Transactions of the Philosophical 
Institute of Victoria. 

Planters' Asso. Cey. Planters' Association, 
Ceylon. 

P.N.Z.I. Proceedings of the New Zealand 
Institute. 

P.P. Parliamentary Papers. 

P.P. (C.C). Parliamentary Papers, Cape 
Colony. 

P.P. (N.S.W.). Parliamentary Papers, New 
South Wales. 

P.P. (N.Z.). Parliamentary Papers, New 
Zealand. 

P.P. (Q.). Parliamentary Papers, Queens- 
land. 



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P.P. (S.A.). Parliamentary Papers, South 
Australia. 

P.P. (T.). Parliamentary Papers, Tasmania. 

P.P. (U.K.). Parliamentary Papers, United 
Kingdom. 

P.P. (V.). Parliamentary Papers, Victoria. 

P.B.C.I. Proceedings of the Boyal Colonial 
Institute. 

P.B.O.S. Proceedings of the Boyal Geo- 
graphical Society. 

P.B.G.S. (n.s.). Proceedings of the Boyal 
Geographical Society (New Series). 

P.B.I. Proceedings of the Boyal Institution 
of Great Britain. 

Pro. L.C. (S.S.). Proceedings Legislative 
Ck>nncil (Straits Settlements). 

P.S., S.A. Philosophical Society, South 
Australia. 

Pubs. Aust. Mus. Publications of the Aus- 
tralian Museum, Sydney. 

P.V.I. (T.). Proceedings of the Victoria 
Institute, Trinidad. 

Queens. Agri. Bui. Bulletin of the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Queensland. 

Queens. Geo. Sur. Bnl. Queensland Geo- 
logical Surrey Bulletin. 

Q.Q. (Can.). Queen's Quarterly, Canada. 

B.A.S. (S.B.) Pubs. Publications of the 
Straits Branch of the Boyal Asiatic Society. 

Bee. Geo. Sur. N.S.W. Becords of the 
Geological Survey of New South Wales. 

B.E.L Papers of the Boyal Engineer Insti- 
tute, Chatham. 

Bep. Bureau of Mines, Out. Beport of the 
Bureau of Mines, Ontario. 

Bep. Missouri Bot. Gar. Beport of the 
Missouri Botanical Garden. 

Bev. Hist. Pub. (Can.). Beview of Historical 
Publications, Canada. 

Bevue Can. La Bevue Canadienne. 

B.G.S.A. (N.S.W.). Journal of the Boyal 
Geographical Society of Australasia (New 
South Wales Branch). 

B.G.SJI. (Q.). Journal of the Boyal Geo- 
graphical Society of Australasia (Queens- 
land Branch). 

B.G.S.A. (S.A.). Journal of the Boyal Geo- 
graphical Society of Australasia (South 
Australian Branch). 

B.G.S.A. (V.). Journal of the Boyal Geo- 
graphical Society of Australasia (Victorian 
Branch). 

B.S.C. Proceedings and Transactions of 
the Boyal Society of Canada. 

B.S.G.S. Boyal Scottish Geographical 
Society (Scottish Geographical Journal). 

B.S.N.S.W. Journal and Proceedings of 
the Boyal Society of New South Wales. 

B.S.Q. Proceedings of the Boyal Society of 
Queensland. 



B.S.S.A. Transactions of the Boyal Society 

of South Australia. 
B.S.T. Papers and Proceedings of the Boyal 

Society of Tasmania. 
B.S.V. Proceedings of the Boyal Society of 

Victoria. 
B.S.V. (n.s.). Proceedings of the Boyal 

Society of Victoria (New Series). 
B.S.V.D. Land. Papers and Proceedings 

of the Boyal Society of Van Diemen's Land. 

S.A.C.C. Publications of the South African 

Conciliation Committee. 
S.A. Med. Jour. South African Medical 

Journal. 
Sess. Pap. Sessional Papers. 
Smith. Bep. Beport of the Smithsonian 

Institution. 
Soc. d'Etudes Coloniales. Bulletin de la 

Soci^t^ d'Etudes Coloniales. 
Sydney Un. Mag. Sydney University 

Magazine. 

Tas. Jour. Tasmanian Journal of Natural 

Science, Agriculture, Statistics, &o, 
T. Can. Inst. Transactions of the Canadian 

Institute. 
Thurs. Is. Bep. Beport of the Government 

Besident at Thursday Island. 
Tijd. Neder. Maat. Tijdsohrift uitgegeven 

door de Nederlandsche Maatschappij ter 

Bevordering van Nijverheid Haarlem. 
Timehri. Journal of the Boyal Agricultural 

and Commercial Society of British Guiana. 
Tran. Boy. Soc. Transactions of the Boyal 

Society of London. 
T.B.S. (Vict.). Transactions of the Boyal 

Society of Victoria. 
T.B.S.L. Transactions of the Boyal Society 

of Literature. 
Tyne. Geo. Soc. Tyneside Geographical 

Society. 

U.E.L.A. Transactions of the United Empire 
Loyalists* Association of Ontario. 

U.S. Con. Bep. United States Consular 
Beports. 

U.S. Dep. of Agri. United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 

U.S.I. (N.S.W.). Journal and Proceedings 
of the United Service Institution of New 
South Wales. 

U.S.I. (V.) Journal of the United Service 
Institution of Victoria. 

U.S. Bep. on B.G. Bound. United States 
Beport on the British Guiana Boundary. 

U.S. Spe. Con. Bep. United States Special 
Consular Beports. 

Vict. Pamp. Victorian Pamphlets. 
Vig. Papers S.A. Vigilance Papers issued in 
connection with the War in South Africa. 
V.Q. Victoria Quarterly, Jamaica. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS 



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Aa (B. van der) Beizen naar Nederlandsch Nieuw-Guinea. 8vo. 1879. 

A. A. B. and Helumac. Australian Wonderland — a Fairy Chain. 4to. 1899. 

Abbay (Bev. B.) Hemileia Vestatrix. Coflfee Leaf Disease. J. Linn. Soc. (B.) xvii. 1878. 

(B.) Grass Lands of the Mountain Zone of Ceylon. J.B.A.S. (C.B.) vi. 1879. 

Abbott (F.) Bemarkable Storms on the Coast of Tasmania, March, 1866. B.S.T. 1867. 

(H.) Treatise on the BaUway Law of Canada. 8vo. 1896. 

(Lt-Col. H. B.) Census of Bajputana, 1891. 2 vols. Folio. 1892. 

(Bev. Lyman) Our Indian Problem. 1898. (m.) Pamp. 197. 

(T. K.) Wells in Liverpool Plains, N. S. Wales. 1880. Pamp. 147. 

(W. E.) Journey on the Darling, New South Wales. B.S.N.S.W. xv. 1881. 

Water Supply in the Interior of N. S. Wales. 1884. Pamp. 147. 

Forest Destruction in New South Wales. B.S.N.S.W. xxii. 1888. 

(Dr. W. L.) Ethnological Collections from Eilima-njaro. Smith Bep. 1891. 

A*Beckett (A. W.) Soudan 46 Years Ago. 1899. (m.) Pamp. 200. 

(Sir Wm.) Discovery of Gold in Victoria. 8vo. 1863. 

Abel (Charles W.) Kwato, New Guinea, 1890-1900. Sm. 4to. 1900. 

Abercrombie (H. B.) and Scoble (A.) Bise and Fall of Krugerism. 8vo. 1900. 

Aberdeen (Countess of) Chat about Canada. 1899. (m.) Pamp. 186. 

Abraham (E. A. V.) Marriage Law : British Guiana. W.I.Q. i. 1886. 

East Indian Coolie in British Guiana. W.I.Q. ii. 1887. 

Becent Search for Gold in British Guiebua. * Timehri,' i. (n.s.). 1887. 

Coins of British Guiana. * Timehri,* v. 1891. 

(E. B.) Logwood Seed Collectmg in British Honduras. Jam. Agri. Soc. i. 1897. 

Abruzzi (Duke of the) Ascent of Mount St. Elias, Alaska. Boy. 8vo. 1900. 

Aburrow (C.) Beport of Public Works Department, Johannesburg. 8vo. and Folio. 1896-98. 

Acland (Hon. J. B. A.) Headwaters of Bangitata Biver, N. Zealand. N. Z.A.J, i. 1892. 

A. C. N. Bobert Bussell, the First Melbourne Surveyor. * Bank Mag. Aus.' xi. 1897. 

a Court (Lt.-Col. C.) Lessons of the War: S. Africa. 1900. (m.) Pamp. 201. 

Acworth (H. A.) Leprosy in India. J.S.A. xlv'ii. 1899. 

Adair (Col. B. A. S.) Communications between Asia and Hindustan. J.B.U.S.I. xi. 1867. 

A'Dale (Allan) The Proctors: a Sketch of Canadian University Life. * Can. Mon.' ii. 1872. 

Adam (G. Mercer) Proposed Canadian Academy of Letters^ * Can. Mon.* vii. (n.s.). 1881. 

Catalogue Law Society of Upper Canada. 12mo. 1886. 

Illustrated Quebec. 4to. 1891. 

A Transition Period. * Hist, of Upp. Can. Coll.' 1893. 

and Dickson (G.) History of Upper Canada College, 1829-1892. 4to. 1893. 

The College and the Era of 1830. * Hist, of Upp. Can. Coll.' 1893. 

B^gime of Bev. Dr. Joseph H. Harris, 1829-38. * Hist, of Upp. Can. Coll.' 1893. 

(James) Twenty -five Years of Emigrant Life in the South of N. Zealand. 8vo. 1876. 

(John) Permanent Settlement Question. * Indian Politics.' 1898. 

Adams (Col. A.) Western Bajputana States. 8vo. 1899. 

(Arthur) Natural History of Borneo. Belcher's Voyage, i. 1848. 

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Adams (Dr. A. Ldth) Wanderings of a Naturalist in India. 12mo. 1867 

Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta. 8vo. 1870. 

(A. Y.) Beport on. the Ellehara Canal, Ceylon. * Ceylon Aim.' 1867. 

(B.) Commercial Future. 1899. (m.) Pamp. 188. 

(Brooks) England's Decadence in the West Indies. 1899. (m.) Pamp. 162. 

(C. C.) Importance of Knowledge of Africa. (Congress on Africa.) 1896. 

Some Besults of the African Movement. (Congress on Africa.) 1896. 

(C. E.) Bates of Mortality in New Zealand, 1881-91. P.N.Z.I. xxix. 1896. 

Comparison of New Zealand Mortality. P.N.Z.I. xxxi. 1898. 

(Dr. E. H.) Toronto and Adjacent Summer Besorts. 8vo. 1894. 

Smnmer and Health Besort Areas of Ontario. 1898. Pamp. 181. 

The Great Lakes as a Health Besort. 1899. Pamp. 191. 

(Francis) The Melboumians. 12mo. 1892. 

Australian Life. 12mo. 1892. 

The Australians : a Social Sketch. 8vo. 1898. 

The New Egypt : a Social Sketch. 12mo. 1893. 



^. (F. D.) Microscopic Structure of Bocks of the Quebec Group. Geo. Sur. Can, 1882. 

Geology of the St. Clair Tunnel, Canada. B.S.C. ix. 1891. 

Geology of Central Ontario. Geo. Sur. Can. 1892-98. 

Geology of Laurentian Area North of Island of Montreal. Geo. Sur. Can. 1895. 

(George) India : a Bemediable Grievance. 1897. (m.) Pamp. 154. 

(James) Polynesia. P.N.Z.I. ix. 1876. 

Botany of the Thames Goldfields (New Zealand), xvi. 1888. 

Botany of Te Aroha Mountain (New Zealand). P.N.Z.I. xvii. 1884. 

Botany of Te Moehau Mountain, New Zealand. P.N.Z.I* xxi. 1888. 

Botany of Hikurangi Mountain, N. Z. P.N.Z.I. xxx. 1897. 

(Capt. John) Coimtry extending from Cape Palmas to the Biver Congo. 8vo. 1828. 

(P. F.) Viticulture in New South Wales. Hutchinson's * New South Wales.' 1896. 

(B.) Yarra (Victoria) Floods and their Bemedy. B.S.V. vi. 1864. 

(Bobert) Narrative on Slavery in West Africa. 4to. 1816. 

(Capt. B. C.) A Visit to West Kootenay, Brit. Colum. G.M. Assoc. Quebec, i. 1894. 

(Bev. Thomas) University of Bishop's Coll., Lennoxville. Hopkins' * Canada,' iv. 1899. 

(Thomas) Edward White Benson, 93rd Archbishop of Canterbury. 1896. Pamp. F. 

(Wm.) Modem Voyager and Traveller. 4 vols. 12mo. 1828. 

(W. Bridges) Canals and Bailways in India. J.S.A. iii. 1855. 

Adamson (Dr. J.) Notes on Cape Affairs. 1851. Pamp. 178. 

(J. C.) South African Institution. * Cape Mon.' vii. 1860. 

(W.) Laying Down Land for Grass, W. Australia. * W. Aus. Settler's Guide.' 1898. 

(Bev. Dr. W. A.) Salmon in Canada. * Can. Jour.' ii. (n.s.). 1867. 

Addison (G. A.) Indian Beminiscences. 8vo. 1887. 

(Dr. T. G.) Policy of the American Colonization Society (Congress on Africa). 1896. 

Adney (Tappan) Moose Hunting with the Tro-Chu-Tin. 1900. (m.) Pamp. 186. 
Adye (General Sir John) Indian Frontier Policy. 8vo. 1897. 

(Col. John) Past and Future of Gibraltar. 1895. (m.) Pamp. 142. 

Has our Army Grown with our Empire ? 1896. (m.) Pamp. 155. 

Aflalo (F. G.) Natural History of AustraUa. 12mo. 1896. 

Australian Fisheries. B.E. Series, iv. 1900. 

A. F. M. Story of Norfolk Island, and its People. * Selangor Journal,' ii. 1894. 

• Africander.' African Game for Australia. * Bank Mag. Aus.' ix. 1895. 
' Africtmus.' Transvaal Boers. 12mo. 1899. 

South African Bepublic. * Asiatic' Oct. 1899. 

Africanus (Leo) Hist, and Description of Africa. 8 vols. Hakluyt Soc. xcii.-xciv. 1896. 

• Africanus Secundus.' Difficulties in the S. African Settlement. * Asiatic' Ap. 1900. 
' Afrikander.' Cecil Bhodes — Colonist and Imperialist. 1896. (m.) Pamp. 158. 
Our Position in South Africa. 1897. (m.) Pamp. 158. 

Agardh (Prof. J.) Alga from the Chatham Islands. P.N.Z.I. iii. 1870. 
Agnew (Dr. J.. N.) State of Medical Science in Ontario. * Can. Jour, xii.' (n.s.). 1870. 
(Dr. N.) Our Manitoba Water Supply. H. k S.S. Man, 1884, 



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Agricola. Letters on Vegetation and Tillage written for Nova Scotia. 8vo. 1822. 

Letters and Essays on Sugar Farming in Jamaica. 8vo. 1846. 

Aheame (J.) Queensland Educational Eegulations and Queenslanders. A.A.A.S. vi. 1895. 
Ahmad (Kafinddin) Queen's Personal Interest in India. 1807. (m.) Pamp. 154. 

Is the British * Rag * in Danger ? 1897. (m.) Pamp. 164. 

Future of the Anglo- Afghan Alliance. 1898. (m.) Pamp. 197. 

Proposed Muslim University in India. 1898. (m.) Pamp. 197. 

Queen's Interest in India. 1899. (m.) Pamp. 197. 

Ailes (M. E.) Arctic Perils. 1899. (m.) Pamp. 169. 

Ainsworth (John) Ukamba Province, E. Africa Protectorate. J.M.G.S. xvi. 1900. 

(W. F.) All Round the World. 2 vols. 4to. 1875. 

Airy (Sir G. B.) Tides at Malta. Trans. Roy. Soc. 1878. 

Aitchison (Sir Charles) Lord Lawrence. * Rulers of India,' xiv. 1892. 

(Sur.-Maj. J. E. T.) Flora of the Kuram Valley. J. Linn. Soc. (B.) xviii., xix. 1880-82. 

Aitken (W. Francis) Baden-Powell, the Hero of Mafeking. 12mo. 1900. 

Aiya (Y. Nagam) Report on the Census of Travancore, 1891. 2 vols. 8vo. 1894. 

Aiyar (G. S.) Railways in India. * Indian Politics.' 1898. 

(P. S. S.) Lines of Legislation in India. * Indian Politics.* 1898. 

(V. £.) Administration of Justice in India. * Indian Politics.' 1898. 

A. J. Trip from Adelaide to Perth, Western Australia. B.I.A.J. vii. 1898. 

Akbar : and the Rise of the Mughal Empire. * Rulers of India,' i. 1890. 

Akins (Dr. T. B.) Col. Nicholson at the Capture of Annapolis. 1710. N.S. Hist. Soc. i. 1878 

First Coimoil of Nova Scotia. N.S. Hist. Soc. ii. 1880. 

Journal of John Witherspoon (at Quebec). N.S. Hist. Soc. ii. 1880. 

History of Hedifax City, Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Hist. Soc. viii. 1895. 

A. K. S. Robari, the Story of a Very Little War (W. Africa). 1899. (m.) Pamp. 204. 

Albuquerque : and the Early Portuguese Settlements in India. * Rulers of India,' xv. 1892. 

Alcan (Eugene) Les Cannibales et leur temps (la Campagne de I'Oceajiie). 8vo. 1887. 

Alcock (Sir Rutherford) In China. See Michie (Alexander). 

Aldenham (Lord) Empire and the Gold Standard. 1896. (m.) Pamp. 155. 

Alderson (Col. E. A. H.) With the Mounted Infantry (Mashonaland Field Force). 8vo. 1898. 

Alderton (G. E.) Orange Culture in Auckland, New Zealand. 8vo. 1884. 

Canterbury Exhibition, New Zealand. * N.Z. Illus. Mag.' ii. 1900. 

Alexander (Dr.) First Ascent of Mitre Peak, New Zealand. N.Z. A. J. ii. 1896. 

(A.) and Dickson (J. M.) Flora of Hamilton, Ontario. H.A. Ont. xiii. 1897. 

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Origin of Village Land Tenures in England. J.B.A.S. 1898. 

British Land Policy in India. * Asiatic' October, 1900. 

(Sir George) Estate Duty and the Colonies. 1894. Pamp. 145. 

Commercial Position of Ashanti (* Downfall of Prempeh '). 8vo. 1896. 

Development of Tropical Africa. P.R.C.I. xxvii. 1896. 

Doom of Cane Sugar. 1897. (m.) Pamp. 162. 

Imperial Free Trade. 1897. (m.) Pamp. 166. 

Financial Relations of the Empire. P.R.C.I. xxviii. 1897. 

Hope for the West Indies. 1898. (m.) Pamp. 162. 

Saving of Ireland. 8vo. 1898. 

(Major-General R. S. S.) Downfall of Prempeh. 8vp. 1896. 

Matabele Campaign. 1896. 8vo. 1897. 

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Story of. 12mo. 1900. 

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Badger (G. P.) Description of Malta and Gozo. 12ino. 1888. 

Baessler (Arthur) Neue Sudsee-Bilder. 2 vols. 8vo. 1896-1900. 

Bagley (Rev. Prof. E. I.) Doctrines of the Methodist Ch. Hopkins' * Canada,' ii. 1899. 

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Bahadur (Maharaja P. N. S.) Raskusumakar, or a Book on Rhetoric (India). Sm. 4to. 1894. 

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Baikie (Dr. W. B.) Rivers Kw6ra and ChAdda (W. Africa). J.R.G.S. xxv. 1865. 

Exploring Voyage up the Rivers Kw6ra and Bi'nue. 8vo. 1866. 

Journey to Eetno in Haussa. J.R.G.S. xxxvii. 1867. 

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Bailey (F. M.) Vegetation of New Guinea. B.S.Q. xiv. 1899. 

(Henrj) Travels and Adventures in the Congo Free State. 8vo. 1894. 

(J.) Report on the Ellehara Canal, Ceylon. * Ceylon Aim.' 1857. 

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Geological Observations in New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1875-76. 

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Pre-Silurian and Cambrian Bocks of Southern New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1878. 

Geology of Southern New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1879. 

Physicaland Geological Historyof the St. John Biver, New Brunswick. R.S.C.i. 1882. 

Explorations in York and Carleton Counties, New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1882-84. 

Geological Contacts and Ancient Erosion in New Brunswick. B.S.C. ii. 1884. 

Explorations and Surveys in New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1885. 

Silurian System of Northern Maine, New Brunswick, and Quebec. B.S.C. iv. 1886. 

Stone Age in New Brunswick. Nat. Hist. Soc. (N.B.) vi. 1887. 

Explorations in New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1886-88. 

Geology of Eastern Maine and New Brunswick. B.S.C. vii. 1889. 

Beport on Portions of the Province of Quebec. Geo, Sur. Can. 1890-91. 

Gold-bearing Bocks of New Brunswick. B.S.C. ix. 1891. 

Surface Geology of S.W. Nova Scotia. N.S.I. Sci. i, (n.s.) 1891. 

Geological Investigations in S.W. Nova Scotia. Geo. Sur. Can. 1892-98. 

Geology and Botany of Digby Neck, Nova Scotia. N.S.I. Sci. ii. 1893. 

Mineral Besources of New Brunswick. * Can. Mining Man.* 1894. 

Mineral Besources, Ac., of New Brunswick. Jour. Ho. Assem. (N.B.) 1892-95. 

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Geology of South West Nova Scotia. Geo. Sur. Can. 1896. 

Mineral Besources of New Brunswick. Geo. Sur. Can. 1897. 

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Baines (J. A.) Census of India, 1891. 8 vols. Folio. 1893. 

Occupation and Caste in India. J.S.A. xli. 1898. 

Distribution and Movement of the Population of India. J.S.S. Ivi. 1898. 

Popular Education in India. J.S.S. Ivii. 1894. 

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Technical Education in India. J.S.A. xlv. 1897. 

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Our Great Dependency. * B.E. Series,* i. 1899. 

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Baker (Sir Benjamin) The River Nile. P.I.C.E. Ix. 1880. 

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(J. A.) Khedive's Expedition to Central Africa. J.R.G.S. xliv. 1874. 

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Vascular Cryptogamia of Grenada. 1892. Pamp. 101. 

(Marcus) Alaskan Boundary. Amer. G.S. xxviii. 1896. 

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Balfour (Dr. Is. B.) Botany of Rodriguez. Tran. Roy. Soc. 1879. 

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Baly (Joseph S.) Species of Australian Phytophagus Beetles. J. Linn. Soc. (Z.) xiii. 1878. 

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Barham (J. F.) Considerations on the Abolition of Ne^^ro Slavery. 1828. Pamp. 145. 
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Geology of White Island. New Zealand. P.N.Z.I. iii. 1870. 

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Recent Moa Remains in New Zealand. P.N.Z.I. iv. 1871. 

Whales and Dolphins of the New Zealand Seas. P.N.Z.I. v. 1872. 

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Notes on New Zealand Ichthyology. P.N.Z.I. vii. 1874. ix. 1876. 

Notes on New Zealand Crustacea. P.N.Z.I. ix. 1876. 

Notes on New Zealand Cetacea. P.N.Z.I. ix. 1876. 

Notes on the Whales of the New Zealand Seas. P.N.Z.I. x. 1877. 

Belemnites found in New Zealand. P.N.Z.I. x. 1877. 

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Geological Structure of the Canterbury Mountains, N.Z. P.N.Z.I. xvii. 1884. 

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Land Shells Recorded from Queensland. R.S.Q. v. 1888. 

Zoology of Bellenden Ker, Queensland. * Queens. Agri. Bui.' 1889. 

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Mollusca of Central Australia. Horn's * Cen. Aus. Ex.' ii. 1896. 

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Ethnology of Funafuti. Aus. Mus. Mem. iii. 1896-99. 

Mollusca of Funafuti. Aus. Mus. Mem. iii. 1896-99. 

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