The Deborah lying in Nagle Bay, Great Barrier Island, 10 Dec 1847
Reference Number: qMS-0122-188
Sketch by William Bambridge of the brigantine Deborah, under Captain Nagle, at anchor in the heavily wooded Nagle Bay, Great Barrier Island. A dwelling is visible on shore. Bambridge was travelling to Sydney on the vessel.The sketch is on p 188 of the diary and Bambridge's making of it is mentioned on p 183.
Bambridge, William, 1819-1879 : Diary, Reference Number qMS-0122 (15 digitised items)
Extent: 1 pagePencil and sepia ink 130 x 253 mm, on sheet 253 x 205 mm. Manuscript
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
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