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Author:  Grant, James, 1771 or 2-1833
Title:  Narrative of a voyage of discovery performed in His Majesty's vessel the Lady Nelson, of sixty tons burthen, with sliding keels, in the years 1800, 1, 2, to New South Wales.
Publisher:  London, 1803
Dates of Coverage:  1800-1802  
Notes:  Account of Grant's explorations of the Bass Strait and the Hunter River  
Shelfmark:  K.149.b

Author:  Gray, Theodore Grant
Title:  The very error of the moon
Publisher:  Ilfracombe: Arthur H. Stockwell Ltd., [1959]
Dates of Coverage:  1892-c.1958  
Notes:  An account of Dr Theodore Gray's early life in Aberdeen, and from 1911, when he sailed to New Zealand, an account of his distinguished career in mental hospitals there.  
Shelfmark:  NG.751.d.2

Author:  Guthrie-Smith, H., 1861-1940
Title:  Tutira: the story of a New Zealand sheep station
Publisher:  Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1921
Dates of Coverage:  c.1880-c.1921  
Notes:  Primarily an extensive natural history of Tutira, but also containing a little personal account of Guthrie-Smith's life in New Zealand. With illustrations, maps and photographs.  
Shelfmark:  S.1.a

Author:  Guthrie-Smith, H., 1861-1940
Title:  Tutira: the story of a New Zealand sheep station
Publisher:  Edinburgh, 1953
Dates of Coverage:  c.1880-c.1933  
Notes:  Primarily an extensive natural history of Tutira, but also with some personal account of Guthrie-Smith's life in New Zealand. This revised third edition contains chapters on the 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake. With illustrations, maps and photographs.  
Shelfmark:  NE.94.h.4

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