Victoria gold diggings and diggers as they are / by S.T.G.
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Part the first containing 24 sketches of the Victoria gold diggings and diggers as they are
24 sketches of the Victoria gold diggings and diggers as they are
Twenty four sketches of the Victoria gold diggings and diggers as they are
Part the second containing 24 completing a series of forty-eight sketches of the Victoria gold digging and diggers as they are
24 completing a series of forty-eight sketches of the Victoria gold digging and diggers as they are
- Melbourne : Lithographed & published by Macartney & Galbraith, 30 Collins Street, 1852.
- Physical Description:
- 2 volumes : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsDU230.B47 G55 1852+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Cover title.
Published in two parts.
BAC: British Art Center copy is the Abbey copy. Loose plates within publisher's original lithographed paper folders (2 portfolios). Plate 48 is a duplicate of number 42.
- Subject Terms:
- Gold miners -- Australia -- Bendigo (Vic.) -- Pictorial works.Gold mines and mining -- Australia -- Bendigo (Vic.) -- Pictorial works.Macartney & Galbraith -- Publisher.Mines and mineral resources -- Australia -- South Australia -- History.Mines and mineral resources in art.South Australia in art.Victoria -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial works.
- Lithographs -- 1852.
- Part the first containing 24 sketches of the Victoria gold diggings and diggers as they are
- Part the second containing 24 completing a series of forty-eight sketches of the Victoria gold digging and diggers as they are.
- The claim disputed
- Diggers wedding in Melbourne
- Sunday camp meeting. Forrest Creek
- Diggers auction. Eagle Hawk. Bendigo
- Road to Bendigo from Forrest Creek
- Mt. Alexde [?] gold escort en-route to Melbourne
- A Bendigo mill. June 20th 1852
- Successfull diggers on way from Bendigo
- Little Bendigo. Forrest Creek diggings
- Mounted police gold escort guard Mt Alexander
- Ah Phil my hearty are that you
- Cradling-Forest Creek
- Diggers on way to Bendigo
- Digger's Hut & Bark Forrest Creek
- Diggers licencing. Forrest Creek
- On Bendigo Creek
- Coffee tent 6m from Bush Inn. Diggers breakfast
- Zealous gold diggers. Bendigo, July 1st 52
- Iron Bark Gully from road to Bendigo
- Butchers Shamble nr Adelaid Gully Forrest Creek
- Road in Black Forest
- Fryers Creek. Mount Alexander Diggings
- Convival diggers in Melbourne
- Diggers of high degree
- Diggers shipping from Melbourne
- Wayfaring diggers
- Tin dish washing
- Provident diggers in Melbourne
- Dangerously suspicious contributions insisted on. Voluntary principles despised. Gold taken via Bendigo or elsewhere
- Interesting statement on quality washing stuff
- Gold buyer. The market price discussed. Eagle hawk
- Licence inspected. Forrest Creek
- The invalid digger
- Lucky digger that returned
- Unlucky digger that never returned
- The newly arrived. Inquiring
- Recovery of stray hoard [?] announced
- Iron Bark
- Marketing the claim
- Inprovident diggers in Melbourne
- Pensioners. Forrest Creek
- Diggers of low degree
- Diggers on rout to deposit gold
- Iron Bark (duplicate of no. 42.)