Unprecedented attraction! Unique and novel performance!! All the talents!!! For one night only!!!! Be in time! By special desire, and under distinguished patronage, and for the exclusive benefit of the Superintendent, on Wednesday evening, May 16th 1855, will be presented ... "Delusion!", or, "The Genii of the Silver Vase, and Sleiven Slaver" ... The evening's entertainments will conclude with a new and laughable extravaganza to be entitled "The Invisible Chief Clerk!, or, Pedant in stilts". / Onehunga "Free Press".
Scene during the Maori parliament (Kotahitanga) at Pakirikiri Pa, Gisborne Region, featuring the meeting house and New Zealand flag
Vote for Bethune, the true Constitutional and Liberal candidate. "Failt air a Bhan Righ", City of Wellington, 5th August 1853.
Punch in Canterbury :What may come of the Masters and Servants Bill. Original question. "That a disobedient servant be imprisoned." Mr Punch's Amendment. "That a master, if he misconduct himself, shall be liable to hard labour." Punch in Canterbury, 19 August,1865
Vote for F Bradey of Tamworth Cottage, for one of the Provincial Council. He will endeavour to promote your very best interest, and will vote on that side the majority of his constituents dictate, or will resign when called upon 
Artist unknown :"Willie, the Inkslinger"; Credit, commerce, industries and property; he would sacrifice all to feed his vanity. Christchurch, Whitcombe & Tombs, .
Whiggeries and waggeries, by Figaro in London. Published for the proprietor by W Strange, 21 Paternoster Row. G Cowie, printer, 13 Newcastle Street, Strand. [ca 1834].
Deputation of Urewera chiefs to Richard John Seddon, at the Ministerial Residence, Molesworth Street, Wellington