Wicksteed, Emma Ancilla 1811?-1869 :The town of New Plymouth, in the year 1843. (From a sketch taken by Mrs Wicksteed, from the residence of John Tylston Wicksteed, Esq.r, the Company's Agent, on Mount Eliot). [Centre section] Mount Egmont (nearly 9000 feet high) Day & Haghe. London, Smith, Elder 
- The second and central section of a three part panoramic view of New Plymouth, shortly after its establishment as a New Zealand Company settlement. Shows the front garden of John and Emma Wicksteed, a street crossing the foreground, with cows being herded and a bullock cart, several houses and a hotel and Mount Taranaki. The features indicated are "native pa, now removed. King's Arms Inn. Messrs Hoskin & Carter['s houses]. Captain Davy. Marsland Hill. Mr Veale. Mr Oxenham. Chapel. Club house (Mr Fishley). Mr Rundell". The accompanying text reads: The spectator stands with his back to the sea, in the garden of the [New Zealand or Plymouth] Company's agent. There is only an open Roadstead [Harbour] here, and the colonists are essentially agricultural. Surf-boats, however, and excellent moorings, provided by the Company, facilitate the landing of passengers and goods. Mount Egmont is distant about fifteen miles. Quantity: 1 colour art print(s). Physical Description: Lithograph, hand-coloured 237 x 492 mm
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