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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER VII: Landing at Melbourne - First impression of the city - Sir Henry Loch - Government House - Party assembled there - Agitation about New Guinea - The Monro doctrine in the Pacific - Melbourne gardens - Victorian Society - The Premier - Federation, local and imperial - The Astronomer Royal - The Observatory - English institutions reproduced - Proposed tour in the Colony - Melbourne amusements - Music - The theatre- Sun- day at Melbourne - Night at the Observatory
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XV: Tour in the interior of the North Island - Aspect of the country - A colonial magnate - Federation, and the conditions of it - The Maori- Cambridge at the Antipodes - The Waikato Valley - Colonial administration - Oxford - A forest drive - The Lake Country - Rotorua - Ohinemutu - The mineral baths - A Maori settlement - The Lake Hotel
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER VI: First sight of Australia - Bay of Adelaide - Sunday morning - The harbour-master - Go on shore - The port - Houses - Gardens - Adelaide City - The public gardens - Beauty of them - New acquaintances -The Australian magpie- The laughing jackass - Interviewers- Talk of confederation - Sail for Melbourne - Aspect of the coast - Williamstown
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XIV: Sail for New Zealand - The -City of Sydney ' - Chinese stewards - An Irish priest - Miscellaneous passengers - The American captain and his crew - The North Cape - Climate and soil of New Zealand - Auckland - Sleeping volcanoes - Mount Eden - Bishop Selwyn's church and residence - Work and wages - The Northern Club - Hospitalities - Harbour works - Tendency to crowd into towns - Industries - A Senior Wrangler - Sir George Grey - Plans for sightseeing
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XI: The train to Sydney - Aspect of the country - Sir Henry Parkes - The Australian Club - The public gardens - The Soudan contingent - Feeling of the Colony about it - An Opposition minority - Mr. Dalley - Introduction to him - Day on Sydney Harbour - The flag ship - Sir James Martin - Admiral Tryon - The colonial navy - Sir Alfred Stephen - Sunday at Sydney - Growth of the town - Excursions in the neighbourhood - Paramatta River - Temperament of the Australians
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XXI: The English Empire more easily formed than preserved - Parliamentary party government - Policy of disintegration short- sighted and destructive - Probable effect of separation on the colonies - Rejected by opinion in England - Democracy - Power and tendency of it - The British race - Forces likely to produce union - Natural forces to be trusted - Unnatural to be distrusted - If England is true to herself the colonies will be true to England
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XIII: Alternative prospects of the Australian colonies - Theory of the value of colonies in the last century - Modem desire for union - Proposed schemes - Representation - Proposal for Colonial Peers - Federal Parliament impossible - Organised emigration - Danger of hasty measures - Distribution of honours - Advantages and disadvantages of party government in colonies - Last words on South Africa
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER IX: Bendigo - Sandhurst - Descent into a gold mine -Hospitalities - Desire for confederation - Mount Macedon - Summer residence of the Governor - Sir George Verdon - St. Hubert's - Wine- growing - Extreme heat - Mr. Castella - Expedition to Fernshaw - Gigantic trees - A picnic- A forest tire- Return to Melbourne 184
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XX: The American Union - The Civil War and the results of it - Effect of the Union on the American character - San Francisco - Palace Hotel - The Market - The clubs - Aspect of the city - Californian temperament - The Pacific Railway - Alternative routes - Start for New York - Sacramento Valley - The Sierra Nevada- Indian territory - Salt Lake - The Mormons - The Rocky Mountains - Canon of the Rio Grande - The prairies - Chicago - New York and its wonders - The -Etruria ' - Fastest passage on record - Liverpool
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER X: Colonial clubs - Melbourne - Political talk - Anxieties about England - Federation - Carlyle's opinions - Democracy and national character - Melbourne society- General aspects - Probable future of the Colony
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XVIII: Sir George Grey's Island - Climate- House- Curiosities- Sir George's views on Cape politics- His hobbies - Opinions on federation - Island retainers - Their notion of liberty - Devotion to their employer - Birds and animals - Expedition into the interior - A Maori dining-hall - Shark-fishing - Caught in a storm - Run for the mainland - A New Zealand farm and its occupants - End of visit to Sir George - Auckland society - Professor Aldis - General impression on the state of New Zealand - Growth of state debt and municipal debt - Seeming approach of war - Party government
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER II: The Children of the Sea - The -Australasian ' - Company on board - Storm in the Channel - Leave Plymouth - Great Circle sailing - Sea studies - Emigrants - An Irishman's experience - Virgil - Metaphysical speculations - Old measurement of time - Tenerife - Bay of Santa Cruz - Sunday at sea - Approach to the Cape
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER IV: Arrival at Cape Town - A disagreeable surprise - Interviewers - State of feeling - Contradictory opinions - Prospects of Sir Charles Warren's expedition - Mr. Upington - Sir Hercules Robinson - English policy in South Africa
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER VIII: Expedition into the interior of the Colony - Mr. Gillies- Special tram - Approaches to Ballarat - The rabbit plague - A squatter's station - Ercildoun and its inhabitants - Ballarat - Gold-mining - Australian farms - A cottage garden - Lake and park - Fish and flower culture - Municipal hospitality
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XVII: Ohinemutu again - Visitors - A Maori village - An old woman and her portrait - Mokoia island - The inhabitants - Maori degeneracy - Return to Auckland - Rumours of war with Russia - Wars of the future - Probable change in their character
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XIX: Sail for America - The -Australia ' - Heavy weather - A Now Zealand colonist - Easter in the Southern Hemisphere -Occupations on board - Samoa - A missionary - Parliamentary government in the Pacific Islands- A young Australian - The Sandwich Islands - Honolulu - American influence- Bay of San Francisco
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER I: The dream of Sir James Harrington - The expansion of the English race - The American colonies - Second group of colonies - Colonial management - Policy of separation - The England of political economists - Population and national greatness - Popular desire for union - Indifference of statesmen - Difficulties - The problem not insoluble
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XVI: Road to the Terraces - The Blue Lake- Wairoa - An evening walk - The rival guides - Native entertainments - Tarawara Lake - A Maori girl - The White Terrace - Geysers - Volcanic mud- heaps - A hot lake - A canoe ferry - Kate and Marileha - The Pink Terrace - A bath - A boiling pool - Beauty of colour - Return to Wairoa and Ohinemutu
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER III: The Cape Colony - The Dutch settlement - Transfer to England - Abolition of slavery - Injustice to the Dutch- Emigration of the Boers - Efforts at reconquest - The Orange River treaty - Broken by England - The war - Treaty of Aliwal North - Discovery of diamonds - Treaty again broken - British policy at Kimberley - Personal tour in South Africa - Lord Carnarvon proposes a Conference - Compensation paid to the Orange Free State - Annexation of the Transvaal - War with the Dutch - Peace - Fresh difficulties - Expedition of Sir Charles Warren
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER XII: Visit to Moss Vale - Lord Augustus Loftus - Position of a Governor in New South Wales - Lady Augustus - Chinese servants - English newspapers - Dinner-party conversations - A brave and true bishop - Sydney harbour once more - Conversation with Mr. Dalley on Imperial Federation - Objections to proposed schemes - The Navy - The English flag
http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/content CHAPTER V: The lndian Ocean - New Year's night at sea - Extreme cold - Waves and currents - The albatross - Passengers' amusements - Modem voyages - The * Odyssey' - Spiritual truth- Continued cold at midsummer
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/abstract "World tour by the English historian Froude, his son and Lord Elphinstone to assess the performance of the British race in its "other Englands". Auckland and its dormant throne of volcanoes, Prof. Aldis, the scholar with a servant problem, Kawau and its omniscient owner Grey, J.C. Firth, Rotorua and the terraces ... Maoris, the Russian scare and New Zealand's financial irresponsibility (p. 230-335) ... ignoring all but greater Auckland as unacceptable ... cacophony of protest, of which Edward Wakefield's Nineteenth century article ... was but one high note, echoed into the 1890s"--Bagnall.
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description CHAPTER I: The dream of Sir James Harrington - The expansion of the English race - The American colonies - Second group of colonies - Colonial management - Policy of separation - The England of political economists - Population and national greatness - Popular desire for union - Indifference of statesmen - Difficulties - The problem not insoluble CHAPTER II: The Children of the Sea - The -Australasian ' - Company on board - Storm in the Channel - Leave Plymouth - Great Circle sailing - Sea studies - Emigrants - An Irishman's experience - Virgil - Metaphysical speculations - Old measurement of time - Tenerife - Bay of Santa Cruz - Sunday at sea - Approach to the Cape CHAPTER III: The Cape Colony - The Dutch settlement - Transfer to England - Abolition of slavery - Injustice to the Dutch- Emigration of the Boers - Efforts at reconquest - The Orange River treaty - Broken by England - The war - Treaty of Aliwal North - Discovery of diamonds - Treaty again broken - British policy at Kimberley - Personal tour in South Africa - Lord Carnarvon proposes a Conference - Compensation paid to the Orange Free State - Annexation of the Transvaal - War with the Dutch - Peace - Fresh difficulties - Expedition of Sir Charles Warren CHAPTER IV: Arrival at Cape Town - A disagreeable surprise - Interviewers - State of feeling - Contradictory opinions - Prospects of Sir Charles Warren's expedition - Mr. Upington - Sir Hercules Robinson - English policy in South Africa CHAPTER V: The lndian Ocean - New Year's night at sea - Extreme cold - Waves and currents - The albatross - Passengers' amusements - Modem voyages - The * Odyssey' - Spiritual truth- Continued cold at midsummer CHAPTER VI: First sight of Australia - Bay of Adelaide - Sunday morning - The harbour-master - Go on shore - The port - Houses - Gardens - Adelaide City - The public gardens - Beauty of them - New acquaintances -The Australian magpie- The laughing jackass - Interviewers- Talk of confederation - Sail for Melbourne - Aspect of the coast - Williamstown CHAPTER VII: Landing at Melbourne - First impression of the city - Sir Henry Loch - Government House - Party assembled there - Agitation about New Guinea - The Monro doctrine in the Pacific - Melbourne gardens - Victorian Society - The Premier - Federation, local and imperial - The Astronomer Royal - The Observatory - English institutions reproduced - Proposed tour in the Colony - Melbourne amusements - Music - The theatre- Sun- day at Melbourne - Night at the Observatory CHAPTER VIII: Expedition into the interior of the Colony - Mr. Gillies- Special tram - Approaches to Ballarat - The rabbit plague - A squatter's station - Ercildoun and its inhabitants - Ballarat - Gold-mining - Australian farms - A cottage garden - Lake and park - Fish and flower culture - Municipal hospitality CHAPTER IX: Bendigo - Sandhurst - Descent into a gold mine -Hospitalities - Desire for confederation - Mount Macedon - Summer residence of the Governor - Sir George Verdon - St. Hubert's - Wine- growing - Extreme heat - Mr. Castella - Expedition to Fernshaw - Gigantic trees - A picnic- A forest tire- Return to Melbourne 184 CHAPTER X: Colonial clubs - Melbourne - Political talk - Anxieties about England - Federation - Carlyle's opinions - Democracy and national character - Melbourne society- General aspects - Probable future of the Colony CHAPTER XI: The train to Sydney - Aspect of the country - Sir Henry Parkes - The Australian Club - The public gardens - The Soudan contingent - Feeling of the Colony about it - An Opposition minority - Mr. Dalley - Introduction to him - Day on Sydney Harbour - The flag ship - Sir James Martin - Admiral Tryon - The colonial navy - Sir Alfred Stephen - Sunday at Sydney - Growth of the town - Excursions in the neighbourhood - Paramatta River - Temperament of the Australians CHAPTER XII: Visit to Moss Vale - Lord Augustus Loftus - Position of a Governor in New South Wales - Lady Augustus - Chinese servants - English newspapers - Dinner-party conversations - A brave and true bishop - Sydney harbour once more - Conversation with Mr. Dalley on Imperial Federation - Objections to proposed schemes - The Navy - The English flag CHAPTER XIII: Alternative prospects of the Australian colonies - Theory of the value of colonies in the last century - Modem desire for union - Proposed schemes - Representation - Proposal for Colonial Peers - Federal Parliament impossible - Organised emigration - Danger of hasty measures - Distribution of honours - Advantages and disadvantages of party government in colonies - Last words on South Africa CHAPTER XIV: Sail for New Zealand - The -City of Sydney ' - Chinese stewards - An Irish priest - Miscellaneous passengers - The American captain and his crew - The North Cape - Climate and soil of New Zealand - Auckland - Sleeping volcanoes - Mount Eden - Bishop Selwyn's church and residence - Work and wages - The Northern Club - Hospitalities - Harbour works - Tendency to crowd into towns - Industries - A Senior Wrangler - Sir George Grey - Plans for sightseeing CHAPTER XV: Tour in the interior of the North Island - Aspect of the country - A colonial magnate - Federation, and the conditions of it - The Maori- Cambridge at the Antipodes - The Waikato Valley - Colonial administration - Oxford - A forest drive - The Lake Country - Rotorua - Ohinemutu - The mineral baths - A Maori settlement - The Lake Hotel CHAPTER XVI: Road to the Terraces - The Blue Lake- Wairoa - An evening walk - The rival guides - Native entertainments - Tarawara Lake - A Maori girl - The White Terrace - Geysers - Volcanic mud- heaps - A hot lake - A canoe ferry - Kate and Marileha - The Pink Terrace - A bath - A boiling pool - Beauty of colour - Return to Wairoa and Ohinemutu CHAPTER XVII: Ohinemutu again - Visitors - A Maori village - An old woman and her portrait - Mokoia island - The inhabitants - Maori degeneracy - Return to Auckland - Rumours of war with Russia - Wars of the future - Probable change in their character CHAPTER XVIII: Sir George Grey's Island - Climate- House- Curiosities- Sir George's views on Cape politics- His hobbies - Opinions on federation - Island retainers - Their notion of liberty - Devotion to their employer - Birds and animals - Expedition into the interior - A Maori dining-hall - Shark-fishing - Caught in a storm - Run for the mainland - A New Zealand farm and its occupants - End of visit to Sir George - Auckland society - Professor Aldis - General impression on the state of New Zealand - Growth of state debt and municipal debt - Seeming approach of war - Party government CHAPTER XIX: Sail for America - The -Australia ' - Heavy weather - A Now Zealand colonist - Easter in the Southern Hemisphere -Occupations on board - Samoa - A missionary - Parliamentary government in the Pacific Islands- A young Australian - The Sandwich Islands - Honolulu - American influence- Bay of San Francisco CHAPTER XX: The American Union - The Civil War and the results of it - Effect of the Union on the American character - San Francisco - Palace Hotel - The Market - The clubs - Aspect of the city - Californian temperament - The Pacific Railway - Alternative routes - Start for New York - Sacramento Valley - The Sierra Nevada- Indian territory - Salt Lake - The Mormons - The Rocky Mountains - Canon of the Rio Grande - The prairies - Chicago - New York and its wonders - The -Etruria ' - Fastest passage on record - Liverpool CHAPTER XXI: The English Empire more easily formed than preserved - Parliamentary party government - Policy of disintegration short- sighted and destructive - Probable effect of separation on the colonies - Rejected by opinion in England - Democracy - Power and tendency of it - The British race - Forces likely to produce union - Natural forces to be trusted - Unnatural to be distrusted - If England is true to herself the colonies will be true to England
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http://schema.org/description CHAPTER I: The dream of Sir James Harrington - The expansion of the English race - The American colonies - Second group of colonies - Colonial management - Policy of separation - The England of political economists - Population and national greatness - Popular desire for union - Indifference of statesmen - Difficulties - The problem not insoluble CHAPTER II: The Children of the Sea - The -Australasian ' - Company on board - Storm in the Channel - Leave Plymouth - Great Circle sailing - Sea studies - Emigrants - An Irishman's experience - Virgil - Metaphysical speculations - Old measurement of time - Tenerife - Bay of Santa Cruz - Sunday at sea - Approach to the Cape CHAPTER III: The Cape Colony - The Dutch settlement - Transfer to England - Abolition of slavery - Injustice to the Dutch- Emigration of the Boers - Efforts at reconquest - The Orange River treaty - Broken by England - The war - Treaty of Aliwal North - Discovery of diamonds - Treaty again broken - British policy at Kimberley - Personal tour in South Africa - Lord Carnarvon proposes a Conference - Compensation paid to the Orange Free State - Annexation of the Transvaal - War with the Dutch - Peace - Fresh difficulties - Expedition of Sir Charles Warren CHAPTER IV: Arrival at Cape Town - A disagreeable surprise - Interviewers - State of feeling - Contradictory opinions - Prospects of Sir Charles Warren's expedition - Mr. Upington - Sir Hercules Robinson - English policy in South Africa CHAPTER V: The lndian Ocean - New Year's night at sea - Extreme cold - Waves and currents - The albatross - Passengers' amusements - Modem voyages - The * Odyssey' - Spiritual truth- Continued cold at midsummer CHAPTER VI: First sight of Australia - Bay of Adelaide - Sunday morning - The harbour-master - Go on shore - The port - Houses - Gardens - Adelaide City - The public gardens - Beauty of them - New acquaintances -The Australian magpie- The laughing jackass - Interviewers- Talk of confederation - Sail for Melbourne - Aspect of the coast - Williamstown CHAPTER VII: Landing at Melbourne - First impression of the city - Sir Henry Loch - Government House - Party assembled there - Agitation about New Guinea - The Monro doctrine in the Pacific - Melbourne gardens - Victorian Society - The Premier - Federation, local and imperial - The Astronomer Royal - The Observatory - English institutions reproduced - Proposed tour in the Colony - Melbourne amusements - Music - The theatre- Sun- day at Melbourne - Night at the Observatory CHAPTER VIII: Expedition into the interior of the Colony - Mr. Gillies- Special tram - Approaches to Ballarat - The rabbit plague - A squatter's station - Ercildoun and its inhabitants - Ballarat - Gold-mining - Australian farms - A cottage garden - Lake and park - Fish and flower culture - Municipal hospitality CHAPTER IX: Bendigo - Sandhurst - Descent into a gold mine -Hospitalities - Desire for confederation - Mount Macedon - Summer residence of the Governor - Sir George Verdon - St. Hubert's - Wine- growing - Extreme heat - Mr. Castella - Expedition to Fernshaw - Gigantic trees - A picnic- A forest tire- Return to Melbourne 184 CHAPTER X: Colonial clubs - Melbourne - Political talk - Anxieties about England - Federation - Carlyle's opinions - Democracy and national character - Melbourne society- General aspects - Probable future of the Colony CHAPTER XI: The train to Sydney - Aspect of the country - Sir Henry Parkes - The Australian Club - The public gardens - The Soudan contingent - Feeling of the Colony about it - An Opposition minority - Mr. Dalley - Introduction to him - Day on Sydney Harbour - The flag ship - Sir James Martin - Admiral Tryon - The colonial navy - Sir Alfred Stephen - Sunday at Sydney - Growth of the town - Excursions in the neighbourhood - Paramatta River - Temperament of the Australians CHAPTER XII: Visit to Moss Vale - Lord Augustus Loftus - Position of a Governor in New South Wales - Lady Augustus - Chinese servants - English newspapers - Dinner-party conversations - A brave and true bishop - Sydney harbour once more - Conversation with Mr. Dalley on Imperial Federation - Objections to proposed schemes - The Navy - The English flag CHAPTER XIII: Alternative prospects of the Australian colonies - Theory of the value of colonies in the last century - Modem desire for union - Proposed schemes - Representation - Proposal for Colonial Peers - Federal Parliament impossible - Organised emigration - Danger of hasty measures - Distribution of honours - Advantages and disadvantages of party government in colonies - Last words on South Africa CHAPTER XIV: Sail for New Zealand - The -City of Sydney ' - Chinese stewards - An Irish priest - Miscellaneous passengers - The American captain and his crew - The North Cape - Climate and soil of New Zealand - Auckland - Sleeping volcanoes - Mount Eden - Bishop Selwyn's church and residence - Work and wages - The Northern Club - Hospitalities - Harbour works - Tendency to crowd into towns - Industries - A Senior Wrangler - Sir George Grey - Plans for sightseeing CHAPTER XV: Tour in the interior of the North Island - Aspect of the country - A colonial magnate - Federation, and the conditions of it - The Maori- Cambridge at the Antipodes - The Waikato Valley - Colonial administration - Oxford - A forest drive - The Lake Country - Rotorua - Ohinemutu - The mineral baths - A Maori settlement - The Lake Hotel CHAPTER XVI: Road to the Terraces - The Blue Lake- Wairoa - An evening walk - The rival guides - Native entertainments - Tarawara Lake - A Maori girl - The White Terrace - Geysers - Volcanic mud- heaps - A hot lake - A canoe ferry - Kate and Marileha - The Pink Terrace - A bath - A boiling pool - Beauty of colour - Return to Wairoa and Ohinemutu CHAPTER XVII: Ohinemutu again - Visitors - A Maori village - An old woman and her portrait - Mokoia island - The inhabitants - Maori degeneracy - Return to Auckland - Rumours of war with Russia - Wars of the future - Probable change in their character CHAPTER XVIII: Sir George Grey's Island - Climate- House- Curiosities- Sir George's views on Cape politics- His hobbies - Opinions on federation - Island retainers - Their notion of liberty - Devotion to their employer - Birds and animals - Expedition into the interior - A Maori dining-hall - Shark-fishing - Caught in a storm - Run for the mainland - A New Zealand farm and its occupants - End of visit to Sir George - Auckland society - Professor Aldis - General impression on the state of New Zealand - Growth of state debt and municipal debt - Seeming approach of war - Party government CHAPTER XIX: Sail for America - The -Australia ' - Heavy weather - A Now Zealand colonist - Easter in the Southern Hemisphere -Occupations on board - Samoa - A missionary - Parliamentary government in the Pacific Islands- A young Australian - The Sandwich Islands - Honolulu - American influence- Bay of San Francisco CHAPTER XX: The American Union - The Civil War and the results of it - Effect of the Union on the American character - San Francisco - Palace Hotel - The Market - The clubs - Aspect of the city - Californian temperament - The Pacific Railway - Alternative routes - Start for New York - Sacramento Valley - The Sierra Nevada- Indian territory - Salt Lake - The Mormons - The Rocky Mountains - Canon of the Rio Grande - The prairies - Chicago - New York and its wonders - The -Etruria ' - Fastest passage on record - Liverpool CHAPTER XXI: The English Empire more easily formed than preserved - Parliamentary party government - Policy of disintegration short- sighted and destructive - Probable effect of separation on the colonies - Rejected by opinion in England - Democracy - Power and tendency of it - The British race - Forces likely to produce union - Natural forces to be trusted - Unnatural to be distrusted - If England is true to herself the colonies will be true to England
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