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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|Named Person:||John Hunter|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Hunter; Arthur Phillip; Philip Gidley King; Robert Dighton; Daniel Orme; John Hall; Thomas Stothard; William Blake
|Notes:||"The following sheets contain but a small portion of the larger work of Captain Hunter, from which they are abridged ..."--"Advertisement", p. -2.
Title page engraved. The image area is wide for this format, and in many copies is cropped.
Map has title: A map of all those parts of the territory of New South Wales which have been seen by any person beloging to the settlement established at Port Jackson ... faithfully constructed from the best materials that could be obtained ... by William Dawes. March 1791. [imprint] Published Sept. 22nd 1792, by John Stockdale, Piccadilly.
Other plates: 1) frontispiece portrait of Hunter by Daniel Orme after Robert Dighton; 2) title vignette by John Hall after Thomas Stothard, from a sketch by Hunter; 3) "A family of New South Wales", by William Blake from a sketch by Governor King. In this 8vo edition the Blake plate is folded.
"Anecdotes of John Hunter, Esq.": p. [iii]-xi.
Publisher's advertisements: p. -; includes a description of the unabridged quarto edition of this work, which contains an additional 13 plates.
Collation: 8vo: a⁸ b⁴ B-2K⁸ [$4 ( -b3,4) signed]; 268 leaves, pp. [i] ii [iii] iv-xi [xii-xiii] xiv-xxi [xxii-xxiv],  18-525 [526-528] [misprinting 324 as 234, 485 as 585].
|Description:||xxi, , 525,  p.,  leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill., 1 map, 1 port. (engravings) ; 22 cm. (8vo)|
|Responsibility:||by Iohn Hunter, Esqr. post captain in His Majesty's Navy. ; To which is prefixed a life of the author, and illustrated with a map of the country, by Lieut. Dawes. And other embellishments.|