|<-- See earlier|
||'The Earl of Limerick's House'
||Entrance to Old Penal Establishment
||'Bloody Bridge', with Phillip Island in Distance
||View at St. Barnabas' College - Melanesian Mission Station
||Residence of the late Bishop Patteson - Melanesian Mission Station
||Teaching Staff and Pupils, and The Patteson Memorial Chapel, St. Barnabas' College - Melanesian Mission Station
||His Excellency Lord Augustus Loftus and Suite, with Mr. Francis Nobbs (Chief Magistrate) and Family
||Landing Place, Sydney Bay - Departure of His Excellency Lord A. Loftus
||Residence of Mr. C. Nobbs
||On board HMS 'Miranda'
Norfolk Island: Outline of its history from 1788 to 1884, Sydney : Thomas Richards, Government Printer, 1885
|Content and context|
Facing p.36, referred to on p.41. 'An avenue of stately pine trees crosses the island from the Melanesian Mission Station to the Town' (Spruson, p.41).
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