The Netherby Gazette : a journal published on board the ship Netherby, Captain Owens, bound from London to Brisbane; containing an account of the shipwreck on the western side of King's Island, in lat. 39 53 south, on the 14th July, 1866, and the miraculous escape of all on board, consisting of 452 souls, and a narrative of occurrences on that island, until nobly and humanely relieved by the Victorian Government, and eventually brought on to Melbourne by H.M.C. Steamers "Victoria" and "Pharos" / edited by Messrs. H.D. Vincent and Townsend, saloon passengers

Call Number
PETHpam 2877c
Created/Published
Melbourne : W.B. Stephens, [1866?]
Images
89
View Catalogue

Text

Cite

Citation options:
Work identifier

http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-189418778

APA citation

Vincent, H. D & Townsend, William & Netherby (Ship). (1866). The Netherby Gazette : a journal published on board the ship Netherby, Captain Owens, bound from London to Brisbane; containing an account of the shipwreck on the western side of King's Island, in lat. 39 53 south, on the 14th July, 1866, and the miraculous escape of all on board, consisting of 452 souls, and a narrative of occurrences on that island, until nobly and humanely relieved by the Victorian Government, and eventually brought on to Melbourne by H.M.C. Steamers "Victoria" and "Pharos" Retrieved June 13, 2024, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-189418778

MLA citation

Vincent, H. D, Townsend, William and Netherby (Ship). The Netherby Gazette : a journal published on board the ship Netherby, Captain Owens, bound from London to Brisbane; containing an account of the shipwreck on the western side of King's Island, in lat. 39 53 south, on the 14th July, 1866, and the miraculous escape of all on board, consisting of 452 souls, and a narrative of occurrences on that island, until nobly and humanely relieved by the Victorian Government, and eventually brought on to Melbourne by H.M.C. Steamers "Victoria" and "Pharos" Melbourne: W.B. Stephens, 1866. Web. 13 June 2024 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-189418778>

Harvard/Australian citation

Vincent, H. D & Townsend, William & Netherby (Ship). 1866, The Netherby Gazette : a journal published on board the ship Netherby, Captain Owens, bound from London to Brisbane; containing an account of the shipwreck on the western side of King's Island, in lat. 39 53 south, on the 14th July, 1866, and the miraculous escape of all on board, consisting of 452 souls, and a narrative of occurrences on that island, until nobly and humanely relieved by the Victorian Government, and eventually brought on to Melbourne by H.M.C. Steamers "Victoria" and "Pharos" W.B. Stephens, Melbourne viewed 13 June 2024 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-189418778

Wikipedia citation

{{Citation
  | author1=Vincent, H. D.
  | author2=Townsend, William.
  | author3=Netherby (Ship).
  | title=The Netherby Gazette : a journal published on board the ship Netherby, Captain Owens, bound from London to Brisbane; containing an account of the shipwreck on the western side of King's Island, in lat. 39 53 south, on the 14th July, 1866, and the miraculous escape of all on board, consisting of 452 souls, and a narrative of occurrences on that island, until nobly and humanely relieved by the Victorian Government, and eventually brought on to Melbourne by H.M.C. Steamers "Victoria" and "Pharos"
  | year=1866
  | section=87 pages ; 23 cm.
  | location=Melbourne
  | publisher=W.B. Stephens
  | url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-189418778
  | id=nla.obj-189418778
  | access-date=13 June 2024
  | via=Trove
}}

Citations are automatically generated and may require some modification to conform to exact standards.

Download

Select the images you want to download, or the whole document.

Available formats
TIF high resolution
Include
All
Current

Or select a range of images:

Order

You can order a copy of this work from Copies Direct.

Copies Direct supplies reproductions of collection material for a fee. This service is offered by the National Library of Australia

Include

Or select a range of images:

Share

Share on Twitter

Share on Facebook

What can I do with this?

Out of Copyright

Reason for copyright status
Created/Published Date is Before 1955

You may order a copy through Copies Direct or use the online copy for research or study; for other uses Contact us.

Copyright status was determined using the following information:

Creator Status
Creator(s) Considered Dead
Creator date of death
1866
Material type
Literary Dramatic Musical
Published status
Published
Publication date
1866
Government copyright ownership
No Government Copyright Ownership

Copyright status may not be correct if data in the record is incomplete or inaccurate. Other access conditions may also apply.

For more information please see: Copyright in library collections.