Wellington, Government Printer, 1982/ 1961; 1970; 1980; and 1985.
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London, Adam and Charles Black, 1908.
(Wellington), NZ Government ... 1933.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1983. Inscribed, signed and dated (8 May 1986) by the author to John Bray, South Australian Chief Justice and poet.
Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1984. The first definitive edition of Mansfield's stories.
Wellington, Reed, 1976. Inscribed and signed by the author.
Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia, 1969 [facsimile edition]/ 1847 [second edition]. With chapters on the Aborigines of South Australia (39 pages plus an illustration and 2 plates) and New South Wales (24 pages plus a 10-page appendix with 2 tinted plates). Peade A184: 1116 sets.
Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia, 1969 (facsimile edition, with biographical comment and index new to this edition)/ 1847 [second edition].
[London, no imprint details], 1937. The entire programme looks to be the product of a well-meaning amateur. The text is obviously hand-set and hand-printed, and it is written in an engaging chatty style, commencing thus: 'Six war-blinded Australian ex-Servicemen will be in the contingent of Australians and New Zealanders who...
Wellington, P.D. Hasselberg, Government Printer, 1980 - 1985.
Edinburgh, MacNiven and Wallance, 1899.
Wellington, Reed, 1966 (first edition). "The first complete and definitive study of the most magnificent of the wild creatures introduced to New Zealand" (in 1905; by 1923 they were so well established that the first shooting licences were issued).
Wellington, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, 1965.
Frenchs Forest, Reed, 1984.
Frenchs Forest, Reed, 1984.
Wellington, Glover/ Mermaid Press, 1957.
Wellington, Turnbull Library, 1966. With the ownership signature of [Professor] David SAUNDERS. A Turnbull Library Monograph.
Auckland, Auckland Art Gallery/ David Bateman, 1997. With the bookplate of Grattan Wheaton [OAM] and his inscribed place and date of purchase (Dunedin Art Gallery, 31 August 1998).
Christchurch, Capper, 1976 [facsimile edition]/ 1924 and 1928.
Camberwell, Viking/ Penguin, 2005. This edition is illustrated with 'over 200 photographs and artworks from collections in Australia, Britain, New Zealand and Turkey'.
Sydney, Doubleday, 1985.
Dunedin, Southern Press, 1982 (first edition). Loosely inserted is a 1953 centrefold relating to the race, and a tearsheet article 'How They Did It', both from 'The Aeroplane' magazine; also included is a short 1986 typed ALS from the publisher.
Auckland, Auckland University Press, 1994.
London, MacDonald, 1967/ 1888 [second edition]/ 1873.
Adelaide, Public Library, Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia (and printed by G. Hassell & Son), 1912 and 1918.