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Title: Early Conflicts of Press and Government : A Story of the First New Zealand Herald and of the Foundation of Auckland
Description: Auckland, New Zealand, Wilson & Horton. 1953, First Edition. Cloth with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. "The men who played a part in the foundation of Auckland - Gov Hobson, well meaning but badly served; Lieutenant Shortland, clothed with wide authority, but untutored in the arts of government; Feltan Mathew, who surveyed the nascent capital with a grievance in his heart; Samuel Martin, the Herald's able and pugnacious editor, man of letters and medicine." CONDITION Blue buckram (spine and edges faded else unworn) pp xiv 126 with 9 plate illus. A nice crisp copy with mild toning to eps and pages opposing plates due to differing paper types. Original DJ sl chipped to spine ends and tips. #New Zealand History#. Very Good/Very Good.

Keywords: New Zealand History

Price: US$ 30.00 Seller: Ariel Books
- Book number: 12687

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