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W

hat I believe


to be genuine
and authentic


the collected publications
of William Colenso

Volume 1

1831–1884


collected by Ian St George




I have been often requested to publish…


what I believe to be genuine and authentic….
(William Colenso 1881. Historical Incidents and Traditions….

Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 14: 3-33).

Contents


Volume 1

Introduction 9

Colenso on truth 19

Acknowledgements 23

1831 History of Mounts Bay with every civil and military transaction, Saint Michael’s Mount, Marazion,
Penzance, Paul, Buryan, Saint Levan, Sennen, Saint Just, &c. The third edition, revised and corrected
with considerable additions. Penzance; printed by and for John Thomas, and sold by T. Tegg,
73 Cheapside, London. 24

1842 Description of some new ferns lately discovered in New Zealand.


Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, Etc 1: 375-379. 41

1843 An account of some enormous fossil bones of an unknown species of the class Aves, lately


discovered in New Zealand. Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, Etc
2: 81-107. 1844 Annals and Magazine of Natural History 14 (89): 81-96. 43

1844 Memoranda of an Excursion, made in the Northern Island of New Zealand in the summer of 1841-2; intended as a contribution towards the ascertaining of the Natural Productions of the New Zealand


Groupe: with particular reference to their Botany. Launceston, Launceston Examiner. 95p; 1846
Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, Etc 2: 210-234, 241-308. 43

1846 A classification and description of some newly-discovered ferns, collected in the northern Island of


New Zealand, in the summer of 1841-2. Launceston, Launceston Examiner. 29p.
Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, Etc 2: 161-189. 65

1868 On the Maori races of New Zealand. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 1: 75p. 74

1868 Essay on the Botany, Geographic and Œconomic, of the North Island of the New Zealand Group. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 1: 233-283. 116

1869 In Memory of Capt. J. Cook, R.N. and his little band of gallant and devoted followers,


who first visited these shores of New Zealand in October, 1769,—l00 years ago!
Hawke's Bay Herald, Napier: 8 October 1869, p.3 137

1871 Fiat Justitia; being a few thoughts respecting the Maori prisoner Kereopa now in Napier gaol....


Dinwiddie, Morrison & Co, Napier. (First published in Hawke’s Bay Herald.) 23p. 144

1873 Letter relative to Maori Lexicon. Appendix to the Journal of the House of Representatives, G 9. 157

1875 Compilation of Maori Lexicon by Mr. Colenso (letters relative to).
Appendix to the Journal of the House of Representatives, G11 158

1877 On the day in which Captain Cook took formal possession of New Zealand.


Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 10: 99-108. 162

1877 Manibus Parkinsonibus sacrum. A brief Memoir of the First Artist who visited New Zealand; together


with several little-known Items of Interest extracted from his Journal.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 10: 108-134. 166

1877 Notes, chiefly historical, on the ancient dog of the New Zealanders.


Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 10: 135-155. 176

1877 Notes on the Metamorphosis and Development of one of our large Butterflies (Danais berenice),


or a closely-allied Species.Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 10: 276-280. 184

1878 Tracts for the times; No. 1, On the Sabbath and its due observance.


Dinwiddie, Morrison & Co., Napier. (First published as letters to Hawke’s Bay Herald). 46p. 186

1878 Contributions towards a better Knowledge of the Maori Race.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 11: 77-106. 212


1878 On the ignorance of the ancient New Zealanders of the use of projectile weapons.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 11: 106-118. 224

1878 Notes on the genus Callorhynchus with a description of an undescribed New Zealand species.


Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 11: 298-300. 229

1878 Notes on the metamorphisis of one of our largest moths—Dasypodia selenophora.


Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 11: 300-304. 230

1878 A description of two New Zealand Ferns, believed to be new to Science.


Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 11: 429-431. 232

1878 Report of the Inspector of Schools to the Chairman of the Education Board, Hawke’s Bay. 233


Appendix to the Journal of the House of Representatives; H.1: 62-64.

1878 Petition of William Colenso. Presented to the House of Representatives, 24th September,


1878, and ordered to be printed.
235

1879 On the Moa. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 63-108. 236

1879 Contributions towards a better Knowledge of the Maori Race (continued).
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 108-147. 256

1879 A few remarks on a cavern near Cook’s Well at Tologa Bay and on a tree (Sapota costata) found


there. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 147-150. 272

1879 Notes and Observations on the Animal Economy and Habits of one of our New Zealand Lizards,


supposed to be a new Species of Naultinus. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 251-264. 273

1879 A Description of a few new Plants from our New Zealand Forests, with dried Specimens of the same. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 359-367. 279

1880 On the vegetable food of the ancient New Zealanders before Cook’s visit.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 13: 3-38. 282

1880 Historical incidents and traditions of the olden times pertaining to the Maoris of the North Island,


(East Coast), New Zealand; highly illustrative of their national Character, and containing many
peculiar, curious, and little-known Customs and Circumstances, and Matters firmly believed by them.
Now, for the first time, faithfully translated from old Maori writings and recitals.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 13: 38-57. 297
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