List of figures
in Worlding the south

Figures

1.1Robert Burford, ‘Panorama of Sydney, N.S.W., in the year 1829 as painted by Robert Burford and exhibited in Leicester Square’ (London: Printed and published by Lake & Sons Pty. Ltd., n.d.), reproduced from the ‘Explanation of a view of the town of Sydney’, 1829 [DG XV1A/2, Dixson Galleries, State Library of New South Wales]44
1.2William Heath, ‘New Panorama – A Startling Interogation’, hand-coloured satirical etching, April 1829 [SV/71, State Library of New South Wales]54
2.1Beato de Liebana Burgo de Osma, 1086 [Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Beato_de_Liebana_Burgo_de_Osma_1086.jpg]61
2.2‘The Antipodes’, Melbourne Punch (28 October 1858), 108 [Trove, National Library of Australia]62
2.3‘The Birth of the New Year’, Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier (12 January 1876), 12–13 [Trove, National Library of Australia]64
2.4John Leech, ‘Topsy Turvey – or, our Antipodes’, 1854 [H40165, State Library of Victoria, http://search.slv.vic.gov.au/permalink/f/1cl35st/SLV_VOYAGER1664769]66
2.5‘Punch’s Summary for Europe’, Melbourne Punch (25 April 1861), 52–3 [Trove, National Library of Australia]67
2.6‘The Metamorphosis of Travel’, Melbourne Punch (19 July 1883), 23 [Trove, National Library of Australia]73
3.1Daniel Maclise, ‘Alfred, Count D’Orsay’, lithograph, 1834 [NGP D7813, © National Portrait Gallery, London]79
3.2Count Alfred D’Orsay, ‘Lord Byron’, ink and gilt silhouette, 1823? [NA 338, Newstead Abbey, City of Nottingham Museums]80
3.3Count Alfred D’Orsay, ‘Byron at Genoa’, pencil sketch, 1823 (published 1832) [F. 60, Forster Bequest, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London]81
3.4Artist unknown, ‘Portrait of James Hardy Vaux’, originally published in Knapp and Baldwin’s New Newgate Calendar, c. 1825 [PXA 2100/Box 36/62, Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales]87
3.5William Romaine Govett, copy of Daniel Maclise, ‘Alfred, Count D’Orsay’, 1834, pen and ink, 1843? [National Library of Australia, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-138935883]91
3.6William Fernyhough, ‘Sir Thomas Mitchell’, in Album of Portraits, Mainly of New South Wales Officials, lithograph, 1836 [442796/3, Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales, http://archival.sl.nsw.gov.au/Details/archive/110327021]93
3.7William Fernyhough, ‘Piper, the native who accompanied Major Mitchell in his expedition to the interior’, in A Series of Twelve Profile Portraits of the Aborigines of New South Wales, lithograph, 1836 [National Library of Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140394833]95
5.1Augustus Earle, ‘New Zealand, the entrance of the E.O.K. Angha [i.e. Hokianga] River, view taken from the bar’, 1827 [National Library of Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-134515122]124
5.2Samuel Charles Brees, ‘The Hutt Road taken at the Gorge looking towards Wellington’, 1847 [Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand, https://natlib.govt.nz/records/22510170]130
5.3Augustus Earle, ‘Distant view of the Bay of Islands, New Zealand’, watercolour, 1827? [National Library of Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-134504171]131
5.4Augustus Earle, ‘From the Summit of Cacavada [Corcovado] Mountains, near Rio de Janeiro, 1822’, watercolour, 1822 [National Library of Australia, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-134508248]133
5.5Augustus Earle, ‘South Head Light, New South Wales’, watercolour, 1825? [National Library of Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-134502410]133
6.1Cosme Monthly (November 1894), n.p. [MS A565, Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales]144
6.2Reading ‘Cosme Evening Notes’, Lane family photograph album [RB030, Cosme Colony Collection, Rare Books and Special Collections, University of Sydney Library, https://digital.library.sydney.edu.au/nodes/view/6861]145
8.1John Skinner Prout, ‘The Kangaroo Hunt’, in Sarah Bowdich Lee, Adventures in Australia; or, the Wanderings of Captain Spencer in the Bush and the Wilds (London: Grant and Griffith, 1851), n.p.183
8.2W. Gunston, ‘Sport!’, in Emilia Marryat Norris, Jack Stanley; or, the Young Adventurers (London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1882), n.p.185
8.3A. H. Irby, ‘Death of the Kangaroo’, in Edward Wilson Landor, The Bushman; or, Life in a New Country (London: Richard Bentley, 1847), n.p.189
8.4A. H. Irby, ‘The Bivouac’, in Edward Wilson Landor, The Bushman; or, Life in a New Country (London: Richard Bentley, 1847), n.p.190
8.5Artist unknown, ‘Fight with the Kangaroo’, in Anne Bowman, The Kangaroo Hunters (London: Porter and Coates, 1858), n.p.192
10.1Thomas Baines, ‘Sketch of the Victoria Mounted Rifles, escort to Theophilus Shepstone, at Rendezvous Camp, Thukela River’, 1873 [Robarts family collection]219
10.2Thomas Baines, ‘Route of the Hon T Shepstone – Ambassador to Zululand and his Natal Volunteer Escort July, Aug & Sept 1873. Observed and drawn by T Baines FRGS Geographer and Artist, Durban Volunteer Artillery’ [CU18-AFS-ZAF-S701, Royal Geographical Society Map Room]220
10.3Thomas Baines, ‘Route of the Hon T Shepstone – Ambassador to Zululand and his Natal Volunteer Escort July, Aug & Sept 1873. Observed and drawn by T Baines FRGS Geographer and Artist, Durban Volunteer Artillery assisted by information from Major Durnford RE, Bishop Schreuder of the Norwegian Mission, Mr Taylor of Tongaat and sketches of surveyors kindly lent by PC Sutherland MD Surveyor General of Natal’ [CU18-AFS-ZAF-S70.1, Royal Geographical Society Map Room]222
10.4‘The Coronation of Cetewayo [sic]’, in W. Meynell Whittemore (ed.), Sunshine for 1883: For the Home, the School and the World (London: George Stoneman, 1883), p. 160, engraving based on a photograph of 1873, loose sheet [KC PAM 968.3 CET/WMW, Killie Campbell Collections, University of KwaZulu-Natal]227
14.1‘Kiro, a Native of Rarotonga, Now in England’, ‘Kiro’s Thoughts about England’, Juvenile Missionary Magazine, 7 (1850), 184303
16.1Richard Woodman, ‘Jan or Dyani Tzatzoe (Tshatshu); Andries Stoffles; James Read Sr; James Read Jr; John Philip’, published by Fisher Son & Co, after Henry Room, line and stipple engraving, 1844 [NPG D8773, © National Portrait Gallery, London]337

Worlding the south

Nineteenth-century literary culture and the southern settler colonies

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