London, HMSO, 1889. British Parliamentary Paper C. 5679 of 1889. The highly detailed and impressive plates illustrate the sections on swine fever, anthrax, tubercular mammitis and actinomycosis bovis ('lumpy jaw'). Reading these reports suggests the rise of vegetarianism in Victorian England was not without good cause. This paper is contained...
Sydney, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales/ Hordern House, 1999. A sumptuous catalogue from an exhibition (at the Museum of Sydney, on the site of the first Government House) of manuscripts, drawings and watercolours from the rich Lesueur collection of the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle du Havre, France.
New York, Putnam, 1925 (fourth impression)/ 1925. With a contemporary presentation inscription on an early blank: 'Hedley R. Marston / With regards & best wishes / from T. Brailsford Robertson 1926'. To Dr Hedley Ralph Marston FRS from his mentor Professor Robertson - both men were eminent Australian biochemists in their time.