Thames journals of Vicesimus Lush, 1868-82

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Lush, Vicesimus, 1817-1882 -- Diaries., Church of the Province of New Zealand -- Clergy -- Diaries., Clergy -- New Zealand -- Dia

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Statementedited by Alison Drummond.
ContributionsDrummond, Alison.
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LC ClassificationsBX5720.5.Z8 L873
The Physical Object
Pagination277 p., [8] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4948833M
LC Control Number76376847

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The book was the project of Alison Drummond, who took snippets from Reverend Lush's extensive Diary/Diaries, and turned them into three books. The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush ; Edited By Alison Drummond. Christchurch: Pegasus, 8vo. Cloth. pp Plates, maps on end Very Good / Dust Wrapper Good.

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Orig. Cloth. Maps on end papers. Also contains plates and portraits. Dust wrapper showing wear, chips around the edges and some fading to wrapper on spine.

Library 1868-82 book to tp. All else in very good order. Rare. More.

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Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Book has light corner and edge wear with a handful of stains on the textblock. otherwise book is in near fine condition with clean covers with sharp corners and edges with crisp pages in a tight binding. The Thames Journal of Vicesimus Lush Lush, Vicesimus; Drummond, Alison (editor) Published by.

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Reed Publishing “The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush ” Edited by Alison Drummond. Pegasus Publishing. This book originally belonged to Anne Lush but was handed down to her niece, Blanche Lush. On the back of the front cover Anne wrote “Anne Lush, FebruaryNorthlands, Hollington, England” and on the title page is written “B.H.

[Blanche Hawkins] Lush, Auckland, N.Z.” ‘Pride and Prejudice’ was written by Jane Austen and was first published in The story follows. The Auckland Journals of Vicesimus Lush by Alison Drummond, by Alison Drummond and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   G+/G.

Along with ‘The Thames journals of Vicesimus Lush ’ (The Pegasus Press, ), 1st, HC/DJ, edited by Alison Drummond, G+/G to G+, and ‘The Waikato journals of Vicesimus Lush.

Gentleman John: John Lush, artist and farmer of Inman Valley / Adrian H. Lush; The Auckland journals of Vicesimus Lush,edited by Alison Drummond; The Thames journals of Vicesimus Lush, / edited by Alison Drummond; Golf lessons / Lorraine Lush; Spotless: room-by-room solutions to domestic disasters / Shannon Lush & Jennifer.

List of books by date of publication. ENZB. - Savage, John. Some Account Of New Zealand [Hocken Library facsim., ] - Lush, Vicesimus. The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush, - Sewell, Henry. The Journal of Henry Sewell, Volume I.

- Sewell, Henry. The Journal of Henry Sewell, Volume II. The Thames journals of Vicesimus Lush, / edited by Alison Drummond The Auckland journals of Vicesimus Lush,edited by Alison Drummond Spotless: room-by-room solutions to domestic disasters / Shannon Lush & Jennifer Fleming. His sister, Miss Ellen Lush, also has my gratitude.

As custodian of the contents of Ewelme Cottage she has produced much of value to this book, such as the journals of Blanche Lush the younger and her brother Charles, also the two maps of Howick so relevant to the text, that are believed to be the work of Vicesimus Lush. Anne Ruddock (nee Lush) (1) Edward Wayte (1) Cecilia Tilley (1) Anna Maria Hall () (1) Honorable Lady Cust (1) Charlotte Yonge () (1) Foy Bros (1) Frederic W.

Farrar ( - ) (1). The following hitherto unpublished extract from the Journal of the Rev. Vicesimus Lush, the first Vicar of Thames, was sent to us by Mrs Alison Drummond.

The Rev. Vicesimus Lush was appointed as first Vicar of Thames in by Bishop Selwyn. "The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush - 82" Edited by Alison Drummond.Pegasus. "Racing for Gold" by Johnny Williams: Wiliams Publishers Thames, Bull's Battery Karaka Creek Thames Goldfield" by R Dreardon (Copy Thames Library arhives).

Taken from The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush, pp. 96, 97 See also the entry from 18 November which reads: "Wiremu Turipona dined with us today.

I took him to Foys' and had his photograph taken: he makes a capital picture." The grave of Rev Wiremu Turipona and his wife Ripeka at Te Tokotoru Tapu Church, Pārāwai, Thames. Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume ) Abstract.

Thames’ first amateur astronomer was an Englishman named Henry Severn, who lived in the thriving gold-mining town for six years during the s. The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush, copy in possession of A. Isdale.

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Google Scholar. Martin, M. Vicesimus Lush: sounds like a drunken debauchee rather than an Anglican a man of the cloth he was, no doubt named after the English essayist and minister Vicesimus Knox ().

Lush is best known in New Zealand today as the man who built a now famous haunted house - called Ewelme Cottage - at 14 Ayr Street in Parnell. (1) Vicesimus Lush, 22 April‘LUSH Family Papers, MSBox3-Folder26, Auckland Museum Library, quoted in Gillian Nelson, ‘”In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength”: Vicesimus Lush and his journals, ,’ Master’s thesis Victoria University of.

The Thames journals of Vicesimus Lush, Ed. Drummond. Christchurch, Lush, V. The Waikato journals of Vicesimus Lush,Ed. Drummond.

Christchurch, How to cite this page: Esther Irving. 'Haselden, Frances Isabella', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in Te Ara - the. Comunn Gaidhealach Wellington Minute Books, MSX Shipboard diary of Eleanor D’Arcy,Osterley, MS (Irish) Shipboard The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush, –82 (Christchurch, ).

Drummond, Alison (ed.), The Waikato Journals of. The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lushed. Alison Drummond (Christchurch, ), p. See paper on his life. William Archibald Murray to John Hall, 9 DecemberSir John Hall Papers, Political Letters received by John Hall inSir John Hall Papers, MSMSyThe Auckland Journals of Vicesimus Lush by Drummond, Alison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Reverend Vicesimus Lush, who had been Vicar of Thames sinceleft Saint George's to take up an appointment at Archdeacon of Waikato.

He died in - Archdeacon Lush was educated for the Church at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, England, where. 10, 17 and 22 in this book), few will have heard of Severn. This short. The Thames Journals of Vicesimus Lush, copy in possession of A.

Isdale. Martin, M. This exercise book belonged to Margaret Edith Lush who wrote her name of the front cover several times and also “Thames” and “German Exercise Book.” During the 19th century, educating girls was seen by many parents to be fruitless.

This was because women were expected to marry, have children and run a household, all of which did not need formal .Extract from Lush journal Date: Oct From: Ohinemuri regional history journal, By: Lush, Vicesimus,INNZNA Description: Features an entry from the Journal of the Rev Vicesimus Lush describing a korero amongst Māori to decide whether to .The Thames journals of Vicesimus Lush, by Vicesimus Lush (Book) The selected letters of Mary Hobhouse by Mary Hobhouse (Book) A New Zealand prayer book = He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa: the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia by Anglican Church in Aotearoa.