Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Continuation of Wellington N. Z. A. Domett's house, 1849. Gov[ernmen]t House (formerly Col. Wakefield's). Acheron. Fly. G[eneral]. Palmer. Inconstant.
Reference Number: A-292-070
View from Hill Street area looking down onto the garden of Government House (now the site of the Beehive) with flagpole and sentry-box. Domett's house, which Collinson shared during his stay in Wellington, is in the left foreground. Mount Victoria is in the background and five ships and four smaller vessels are in the harbour, four of the ships identified. A faintly sketched horse is grazing in the foreground.This drawing forms an inexact panorama with A-292-071.
1 image, related to Colonel William Hayward Wakefield, Thomas Bernard Collinson, Hon Alfred Domett, General Palmer (Ship), Acheron HMS (Ship), Fly HMS (Ship), Inconstant (Ship), Wellington Harbour, Thorndon, Molesworth Street, Hill Street, Flags - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Ships - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Gardens - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Seven years service on the borders of the Pacific Ocean, 1843-1850, Reference Number A-292-001/080 (21 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil with ink inscriptions. Single art work
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