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Sydney Parkinson (c. 1745 – 26 January 1771) was a Scottish botanical illustrator and natural history artist. He was the first European artist to visit Australia, New Zealand and TahitiPaul Barker, "Wide-eyes on a painted ocean", The Guardian, republished in Sydney Morning Herald, 10 July 1999, Spectrum, p. 13s. Parkinson was the first Quaker to visit New Zealand.

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Uniform title: Journal of a voyage to the South Seas, in His Majesty's ship, the Endeavour. Selections
by Parkinson, Sydney, 1745?-1771
Malvern, Vic. : Banks Society Publications, 2003
 
 
by Parkinson, Sydney, 1745?-1771
London : Printed for Stanfield Parkinson, the editor: and sold by Messrs Richardson and Urquhart ...; Evans ...; Hooper ...; Murray ...; Leacroft ...; and Riley ..., 1773
 
 
by Parkinson, Sydney, 1745?-1771
London : printed for Stanfield Parkinson, the editor: and sold by Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart; Evans; Hooper; Murray; Leacroft; and Riley, 1773 [1777?]
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by Parkinson, Sydney, 1745?-1771
London : printed for Stanfield Parkinson, the editor: and sold by Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart; Evans; Hooper; Murray; Leacroft; and Riley, 1773
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