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- Tags: Military camps
Col Chapman’s hut, Ngaruawahia.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Col. Chapman’s hut, Ngaruawahia; margin below image in iron gall ink: [page of Diary]; margin left of image in iron gall ink: [page of Diary]; l.r. in pencil: 73; u.l. in pencil: 7; watermark: [crown & anchor].
Camp, Alexander’s farm.
Lower left (l.l.) in ink: Camp. Alexander’s farm. Jan.y 20 65
Tags: Beaches, Farms, Image, Military camps, Nineteenth century, Still Image, Wars, Watercolors, Works of Art
The beach at Tauranga 26 April.
Lower left (l.l.) - lower right (l.r.) in pencil: The beach at Tauranga 26 April 64. Mt Monganui. The Wily Man, the Sailor, the Harrier, Falcon, Esk; verso: 31
On the morning of Sunday the 5 Feb. the headquarter column under Gen.l Cameron arrived at the Waitotara, and commenced the passage of the river, which proved fordable at low water.
Upper left (u.l.) in ink: 7: verso in ink: descriptions to accompany sketches by the book in case they might publish in Ill-News. 1. the settlement of Wanganui on a navigable river 4 miles up - protected by 3 block houses 2 of which are shewn - 2 and…
Upper right (u.r.) in ink, a.: 7; through image with brush: EW RA; b. l.r. in pencil: Waitotara 14 Feb; u.r.: 78; from sketchbook mount: Camp life on the Waitotara River - my steed; verso: [watercolour 75/171 bi titled:] The Maoris 18 July 64
On mount: Camp on Waitotara River Feb.y 7 1865; a. verso: [watercolour sketch 75/170 ai titled] A little island and pretty bush on Lake Waikato near Nukarumu; b. l.r. in pencil: Waitotara Feb.y 7 65
Verso in pencil: No 5. This sketch is taken from a high tableland overlooking the Waiongoro River towards the sea. A redoubt is on the left of this sketch - the left of the camp - a Maori fishing village in centre - Two horsemen shew the ford - a…
Sketch from the Sandhills close behind the camp.
Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: EW [monogram]; margin above image: No 4 Sketch from the Sandhills close behind the camp. Looking inland shewing the ground on which the skirmish of 25th January took place. Some cultivations with stout cattle fencing lay…
Seige train on Pukerimu Flats, Waikato.
Verso in pencil: No 4 Seige train on Pukerimu Flats, Waikato
Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers. Pukerimu.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: R.A. & R.E. Pukerimu 13 April - 64; verso: 75 [unfinished sketch of boats]
Pukerimu, Landing place.
On original sketchbook mount: Pukerimu, Landing Place April 1864; verso in ink: Looking down the Waikato from the landing place, commissariat stores - the steamer coming up with flats in tow…[letter continues]…I read your letters looking on the…
The picket, Nukumaru. 30 Jany. 65 - near Wanganui.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: The Picket, Nukamaru 30 Jan.y 65 near Wanganui; on original sketchbook mount: J. Johnson of 40th Reg.t killed here. The Scene of a brisk skirmish with the Maories - on 29 January 1865
Patea. Our seige train and flying artillery.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Patea EW [monogram]; verso in pencil: The gun park of the H.D Qu.r Column on the Patea 20 Feb.y 65; verso with brush: Patea; On original sketchbook mount: Our Seige Train & flying Artillery
One of our Brasier’s non fighting days, so we air our kits, and old Timefuze gets his horses shod. Waitotara.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: 2; l.l. - l.r. in ink: One of our Brasier's non fighting days, so we air our kits, and old Timefuze gets his horses shod. Waitotara 14 Feb 65; through image (on tent) in ink: 4 B 7/A; through image (on a box) in opaque…
Lower right (l.r.) in ink: Mere-Mere N.Z.; verso in ink: [fragment of letter beginning:] 13 On the back I have scribbled for your amusement a little scratch of Mere-Mere, (Tomahawk) such a pretty view down the Waikato … 3678
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Manutahi EW [mongram]; verso in ink: The village, Manutahi. M.t Egmont 30 miles distant 89 [pencil sketches]; on original sketchbook mount: M.t Egmont - from Manutahi on the Wanganui coast. Feb.y - 65
Lower left (l.l.) in ink: Manutahi 16 March; verso in pencil: 6 Native Village of Manutahi. Occupied by us 15 March 117
Looking up the Wanganui River from sandhills near the town.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: Looking up the Wanganui River from Sandhills near the town 16 January 65
Landing at Pukerimu.
Margin below image r. in pencil: Landing at Pukerimu - April 64; on original mount: Sir Havelock’s charger drowned here
Interior of our mess whare - Te Awamutu. N.Z.
Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: interior of our mess Whare Te Awamutu. N. Z. 19 March 1864; on boxes below figures in pencil: Medical Comforts No 1, carcase 4 2/5 How.z Amm.n, 750 Enf.d Rifle; in pencil: Dr. Temple, Lt. Col. Williams, Lt. Col. Barstow,…
Interior of our headquarters shanty at Te Awamutu.
Upper left (u.l.) - lower right (l.r.) in ink: March 19th 1864, My dear little Janet, I wish you many happy returns of the day and hope you will be a good little girl and sometimes think of your Papa, who often wishes to see you all again - as I am…
Headquarters Camp. Te Awamutu.
Lower left (l.l.) in ink: Hd Qu.rs Camp. Te Awamutu 19 March 64. On the Munga Piko River, the Artillery on the right and our Mess is in the Shanty behind the 3 gun; verso: [letter dated Sunday 20 March]
Headquarters Camp. N.Z.
Lower right (l.r.) in ink: Hd. Qur. Camp. N.Z. 14/4/64; verso [two pencil sketches]; in pencil: The Brute, copy; in ink: 75; [pencil & wash drawing] 75
Tags: Horses, Image, Military camps, Nineteenth century, Still Image, Wars, Works of Art
Camp Te Papa, Tauranga.
Lower right (l.r.) in ink: Camp Te Papa, Tauranga 23 April 64 5; verso in ink: My tent has a black patch. The general’s quarters in the left hand house I have nothing to colour with and have done what I could with a steel & quill pen. I hope…