b'113698694 696SEVEN LITHOGRAPHS, 1840: from The new tale of a tub : anANGLOCHINESE COLONIAL SCHOOL, C.1844adventure in verse by F.W.N. Bayley; with illustrations designedChinese figures by a bridge and Banyan tree withinby Lieutenant J.S. Cotton, lithographed by Aubry. The charminga hilly and rocky landscape,plates which illustrate the story of two gentlemen enjoying their picnic until their eating and drinking are interrupted by the arrivalwatercolour (in sepia tone) on paper,of a Bengal tiger.pen inscription verso Sketch of part of the grounds of the Each plate approx. 16.5 x 26cm, with title in lower margin andWhite Stag, a large Joss House in Amoy., signed and dated London; Decr 8, 1840, Published by Colnaghi & Puckle, 23,December 1844.Cockspur Street. (7 items). framed & glazed, overall 36 x 43cm.$100125$400600 695 697ARTIST UNKNOWN CARL GLUCK[EDGELL, John, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England 1813English corvette Fly on the road of Sidney - Sugarloaf Creek, Victoria, 1848] colour lithograph, circa 1843,Silhouette portrait of Port Phillip squatter John Edgell of Mountpublished by F. Lenz, Berlin,Piper Station together with another silhouette of a young woman29 x 37cm.assumed to be his daughter Clara.Watercolour and ink on paper, dated in pencil lower leftThe Fly is shown anchored off Sydney in starboard-broadside 24 April 1841 view, flanked either side by other shipping, with the citys 26.5 x 16.5cm harbour-front buildings behind. Between November 1841 and and July 1846, Fly was commanded by Captain Francis Price 18 x 14cm, Blackwood on the East Indies station, surveying the Torres both mounted and framed individually. Straits and northern coast of Australia.Assumed to have been commissioned before Edgell emigrated$200250 to the new colony at Port Phillip. Edgell acquired the 26,000 acre Mount Piper pastoral run in 1842. It was located 90 kilometres698north of Melbourne on land which would include the townshipTHOMAS ALLOM (NEW ZEALAND, 180472), of Broadford. ENGRAVER$500750View of a part of the town of WELLINGTON, New Zealandlooking towards the South East comprising about one thirdof the Water Frontage.hand-coloured lithograph, after a drawing made in 1841by C. Heaphy. Published by C. Hullmandel.40 x 53cm.$300500'