Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771 :A view of the North side of the entrance into Poverty Bay & Morai Island in New Zealand. 1. Young Nick's Head. 2. Morai Island. View of another side of the entrance into the said bay. S. Parkinson del. R. B. Godfrey sc. Plate XIV. [London, 1784]
- 1784 - 1769 - 1770
- Godfrey, Richard Bernard, 1728-; Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771
Two coastal profiles, the upper view showing Young Nick's Head, the highest hill towards the left with 'Morai Island' (Tuamotu Island?) on the far right; the lower showing cliffs and bush, possibly a view from north of Tuaheni Point looking south into Poverty Bay
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Physical Description: Engraving, hand-coloured, 227 x 184 mm
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