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Fording The Bell River.
Fording The Bell River.
On Stone by W.L. Walton. From a Sketch by Col.l Mundy. Printed by Hullmandel & Walton.
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1852.
Tinted lithograph, sheet 140 x 220mm (5½ x 8½"). Faint mount burn.
A team of men persuading two horses to pull a carriage across a narrow river. Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Charles Mundy (1804-60), soldier and author, arrived in Australia in 1846 as deputy adjudant general of military forces in Australia, staying there until 1851. His cousin, Sir Charles Fitzroy, was Governor of New South Wales: together they went across the Blue Mountains on a month-long journey that became the basis for Mundy’s bestselling diary and narrative of colonial development, 'Our Antipodes'.
Abbey Travel: 562.
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Coombing, Near Carcoar.
Coombing, Near Carcoar.
On Stone by W.L. Walton. From a Sketch by Col.l Mundy. Printed by Hullmandel & Walton.
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1852.
Tinted lithograph, sheet 140 x 220mm (5½ x 8½"). Faint mount burn.
A view of an estate in the Central West region of New South Wales. Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Charles Mundy (1804-60), soldier and author, arrived in Australia in 1846 as deputy adjudant general of military forces in Australia, staying there until 1851. His cousin, Sir Charles Fitzroy, was Governor of New South Wales: together they went across the Blue Mountains on a month-long journey that became the basis for Mundy’s bestselling diary and narrative of colonial development, 'Our Antipodes'.
Abbey 562.
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Hartley._ Chapel and Court House.
Hartley._ Chapel and Court House.
On Stone by W.L. Walton. From a Sketch by Col.l Mundy. Printed by Hullmandel & Walton.
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1852.
Tinted lithograph, sheet 140 x 220mm (5½ x 8½"). Faint mount burn.
Hartley, a township in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, with the sandstone courthouse was designed by Colonial Architect, Mortimer Lewis, in 1837. Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Charles Mundy (1804-60), soldier and author, arrived in Australia in 1846 as deputy adjudant general of military forces in Australia, staying there until 1851. His cousin, Sir Charles Fitzroy, was Governor of New South Wales: together they went across the Blue Mountains on a month-long journey that became the basis for Mundy’s bestselling diary and narrative of colonial development, 'Our Antipodes'.
Abbey 562.
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Hunting the Kangaroo.
Hunting the Kangaroo.
On Stone by W.L. Walton. From a Sketch by Col.l Mundy. Printed by Hullmandel & Walton.
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1852.
Tinted lithograph, sheet 140 x 220mm (5½ x 8½"). Faint mount burn.
Hunting kangaroos with dogs. Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Charles Mundy (1804-60), soldier and author, arrived in Australia in 1846 as deputy adjudant general of military forces in Australia, staying there until 1851. His cousin, Sir Charles Fitzroy, was Governor of New South Wales: together they went across the Blue Mountains on a month-long journey that became the basis for Mundy’s bestselling diary and narrative of colonial development, 'Our Antipodes'. It is likely the two men are the hunters depicted here.
Abbey 562.
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Government House, Sydney, and Cove Farm.
Government House, Sydney, and Cove Farm.
On Stone by W.L. Walton. From a Sketch by Col.l Mundy. Printed by Hullmandel & Walton.
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1852.
Tinted lithograph, sheet 140 x 220mm (5½ x 8½"). Faint mount burn.
A view looking up at Government House from the banks of Sydney Harbour. Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Charles Mundy (1804-60), soldier and author, arrived in Australia in 1846 as deputy adjudant general of military forces in Australia, staying there until 1851. His cousin, Sir Charles Fitzroy, was Governor of New South Wales: together they went across the Blue Mountains on a month-long journey that became the basis for Mundy’s bestselling diary and narrative of colonial development, 'Our Antipodes'.
Abbey 562.
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