Macleay, Alexander 1767-1848
Most widely held works about Alexander Macleay
Most widely held works by Alexander Macleay
Records [M596-597 by Linnean Society of London ( Book )
in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
1) Linnean Society letters received, 1806-1860. 2) Macleay correspondence and miscellaneous papers 1805-59, chiefly with Sir George Macleay and his father Alexander Macleay. Concerns the social conditions and residents of New South Wales as well as botanical studies. 3) Correspondence of William Swainson, 1816-1840. 4) Miscellaneous manuscripts relating to Australian botany and birds. 5) Society for Promoting Natural History records, 1790-1795.
Papers by Edmund Lockyer ( Book )
2 editions published in 1826 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
1. Journal of Edmund Lockyer, 8 Nov. 1826-30 Mar. 1827 (23 p.). 2. Fair copy of journal, 22 Jan. 1827-29 Mar. 1827 (12 p.). 3. Copy of letter to Alexander Macleay, Colonial Secretary, 2 Apr. 1827 (3 p.). 4. Remarks on the Swan River (3 p.). 5. Report on the settlement at King George's Sound, 1827.
Formal announcement by Alexander Macleay, Colonial Secretary, Sydney, N.S.W., permitting James Backhouse and George Washington Walker of the Society of Friends to give moral and religious instruction to the prisoners in the gaols by New South Wales ( Book )
1 edition published in 1836 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Archives Art Australia Backhouse, James,--1794-1869 Biography Botany Discoveries in geography Entomologists Entomology Exhibition catalogs Explorers History Indian Ocean--King George Sound Insects Linnean Society of London Linnean Society of New South Wales Lockyer, Edmund,--1784-1860 Macleay, William Sharp,--1792-1865 Macleay Museum Manners and customs New South Wales New South Wales--Sydney Political science Politicians Portraits Records and correspondence Society of Friends--Missions Swainson, William,--1789-1855 Walker, George Washington,--1800-1859 Western Australia Zoology