Pearse, John, 1808-1882 :[Duke of Portland. 1851]
Reference Number: E-455-f-013
The activities of passengers and crew aboard the Canterbury Association ship Duke of Portland. 1. 'First sight of coast of New Zealand'. 2 & 3: 'From the Island of Otaheite - Gally cook of Duke of P[ortland]' - frontal standing view and profile head and shoulders portrait; 4. Page - 'my pretty page look-out, 2ft 29 inches' showing a small boy with a cap; 5 'Master Jackson' a profile view of a young man. 6. 'Cowman's boy, the "fat boy"', a plump seated small boy; 7. 'Sir Michael Le Fleming, Bt', a seated smartly-dressed man; 8. 'Sir Michael le Fleming, 13 R' a seated man, 13th Regiment; 9. 'Morrison reading' a young man in a cap, looking down; 10. 'Sam', a half-length profile view of a man in a cap; 11. 'Man at wheel' a man standing with one hand on the ship's wheel. 12. 'Leslie' a profile of a man. 13. 'Dan at wheel' a profile of a man in a cap; 14. 'Anybody, nobody. Sir Michael again?' a profile of a man; 15. 'Emigrants after dinner', a father playing with a child, watched by two others, on top of the cow-box; 16. 'E. Copeland', a man with his feet up, reading
Pearse, John 1808-1882 :[Album. 1851-1856], Reference Number E-455-f (76 digitised items)
Extent: 16 drawing(s)Ink and wash drawings, various sizes, glued to album page. Art works
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Other copies available: Negative 1/2-062158 shows the top half of the page
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