Key to “View of Dunedin” by C.H. Kettle, 1849. T.M.Hocken.

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Key to “View of Dunedin” by C.H. Kettle, 1849. T.M.Hocken. [Copied by E.M. or T.M. Hocken after Charles Kettle. n.d.]


Hocken Pictorial Collections - 12,232 b


Margin below image in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Key to “View of Dunedin &c” by C.H. Kettle, 1849. T.M. Hocken 1. Looking down Stafford St. 1+ Near site of St Matthew’s Church. 2. Cap. Cargill’s residence, Princes St. 3. 4. Robert Chapman (afterwards Registrar) 5. Rev. Mr Burns’ manse (near corner of Princes & JettyStreets) 6. James Brown’s (corner Princes & Stafford St. 7. New Zealand Company’s store. 8. N.Z. Co’s Office & rsidence of Webb, the Secretary. 9. Duthie’s house (N.Z. Co’s labourer) 10. W.H. Valpy’s house. 11. Row of wattle & dab cottages in Manse St 12. First Church (close to site of Sargood Son & Ewen’s) 13. Bell Hill 14. Mr Garrick’s house (afterwards Royal Hotel & now Bank of N.Z.) 15.15. Princes St 16. 17. James Ormiston (ironmonger 18. Sandy Chalmers (sheep farmer) 19. 20. 21. 22. James Smith’s (Greenfield) house & bakery 23. Black Jack’s Point. 24. Grants Braes (Rev. Mr Burns’ farm); through image in ink: [numerals]; label: Na Te hakena Teni Tiki.


211 x 445 mm


pen & ink on paper

Spatial Coverage


Dr T.M. Hocken’s Collection.


Dr T.M. Hocken’s Collection.




Hocken, Elizabeth Mary, 1848-1933, Hocken, Thomas Morland, 1836-1910, and Kettle, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1821?-1862, “Key to “View of Dunedin” by C.H. Kettle, 1849. T.M.Hocken.,” | OUR Heritage, accessed March 2, 2024,