Auckland the Capital of New Zealand and the country adjacent, including some account of the gold discovery in New Zealand, published in 1853. An interesting little book on the early settlement of Auckland. a glance at Captain Hobsin's administrations, a description of the position of Auckland, and his reasons for selecting Auckland for the capital of New Zealand. The city of Auckland, the harbor, suburbs, agriculture, exports, shipping, commerce, and state and progress of the district. An account of the climate, the social and domestic scene, emigration from Auckland to the neighbouring goldfields. Bush travelling in New Zealand, and the convenient situation of Auckland as a starting point, with water communication in every direction.
Auckland the Capital of New Zealand
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