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The Zealand chief, Mr Burns will deliver two lectures at the Mechanics' Institute... : ... his being employed in Australia... : ... then proceed to describe the natives in their savage state and their state of civilization
Bib ID 1595406
Format BookBook
Printer (Lowgate, Hull : William Stephenson)
Description [Lowgate, Hull : s.n., 1841] 
1 broadside : ill. ; 45 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: To the inhabitants of Hull and its vicinity.

Includes engraving entitled "B. Burns" wearing a Maori costume.

While in Sydney Burns worked for a W.H. McKenzie at the Bank of Australia (1827/­8-1829/­30) and a Baron Montofier [sic] (1830-31) who sent him to N.Z. as a flax trader.

Library's copy includes a handwritten date, June 1841.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 3166

Subjects Burns, Barnet, - approximately 1807- - Knowledge - Maori (New Zealand people)  |  Maori (New Zealand people) - Social life and customs.

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