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Smith, William Mein 1799-1869 :Sketch taken from a sand hill on the north bank of the Manewatu, near the mouth. September, 1841

Reference Number: C-011-002

View looking south-west over the Manawatu river plain, towards the Tararua Range and occasional clumps of bush. On the face of the drawing, at the top, is "No. 46" (in ink, added at a later date), with the N Z Company stamp which is dated "Mar 23 1842" (i.e. the date of receipt in London, and the New Zealand Company's numbering for drawings received from its artists in New Zealand)

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1 image, related to Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull, New Zealand Company, Manawatu River, Horowhenua District and Tararua Range.

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Smith, William Mein 1799-1869 :Sketch taken from a sand hill on the north bank of the Manewatu, near the mouth. September, 1841, Reference Number C-011-002 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pen and brown ink drawing with touches of blue watercolour 184 x 535 mm (Portfolio D: no. 3). Single art work

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