The New Zealand portfolio : embracing a series of papers on subjects of importance to the colonists / conducted by H.S. Chapman.
Contributor(s): Hocken Library.Material type: BookSeries: Hocken Library facsimile: no. 9.; Hocken Library facsimile: 9.Publisher: Dunedin, N.Z. : Hocken Library, University of Otago, 1969Description: viii, 136, 2 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Chapman, Henry S. (Henry Samuel), 1803-1881 -- Correspondence | Justice, Administration of -- New Zealand | New Zealand -- Economic conditions | New Zealand -- Emigration and immigration | New Zealand -- History -- 19th century
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Facsimile reprint. London : Smith, Elder, 1843.
Includes bibliographical references.
Letter to the Right Honble. Lord Stanley, &c. &c. &c. on the Administration of justice in New Zealand, p. -24 -- Letter to John Abel Smith, Esq. M.P., &c. &c. &c. on the Advantages which would accrue to English capitalists from the establishment of a Loan Company for New Zealand, similar to the Australian Trust Company, p. -48 -- An address to the New Zealand land-proprietors resident in the United Kingdom, on several matters of importance to their interests. Inscribed to the Honble. Algernon G. Tollemache, p. -72 -- On the financial condition of New Zealand, by Charles Terry, p. -96 -- Some observations on the necessity for continuing to facilitate voluntary emigration, by means of moderate charges for chief and fore-cabin passages to New Zealand, in a letter to Joseph Somes, Esq. Governor of the New Zealand Company; Banks for New Zealand. Letter from Arthur T. Holroyd, Esq., Barrister at Law, on the necessity of further banking capital for New Zealand, p. -120 --Observations on the advantages of a Representative Assembly for New Zealand, p. -136.