Full title: The Illustrated Australian magazine.
Call Numbers: 85/10, DSM/059/I, MJ 4 P 19, 85/11, 85/9, 059/I, MJ 4 P 17, PAM 85/9-10, MJ 4 P 18, DSM/042/P150
Record Identifier: 74VvD4q3xBm3
Contents: 4 v. ; 22 cm., Published as: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July, 1850)- v. 4, no.  (Aug. 1852), Key to Ham's map of the squatting district of Victoria: end of Vol. 3, no. 18, 1851.
Publishers: Melbourne : Ham Brothers, 1850-1852.
Ferguson no. 5398.
Mitchell Library copy at 059/I v. 2 (Jan.-June 1851) (copy 2) : Inscribed "To dear Aunt Etherington ... Feb. 17. 1853."
Mitchell Library copy at: DSM/ 042/ P150 has Alfred Lee bookplate.
Mitchell Library copy at: DSM/ 059/ I has Alfred Lee bookplate.
Mitchell Library copy bound with other volumes.
Mitchell Library copy for v. 4 no. 19 (Jan. 1852)-(Aug. 1852) signed, 'D.S. Mitchell'.
MJ 4 P 17* in the back of the volume, now shelved to MJ 4 P 17 copy 2.
State Reference Library copies at MJ 4 P 17 and MJ 4 P 18 are signed "Henry F. Gurner"
State Reference Library copy at MJ 4 P 17 copy 2 has stamp: 'The Free Library, Sydney. Bequeathed by Mr Justice Wise, 1865'. In 1865 Mr. Justice Wise presented the N.S.W. Government with his library of Australian books, pamphlets and manuscripts, in trust, to be placed in a Free Public Library. These volumes were held by the Australian Museum until the Free Public Library of New South Wales opened in 1869.
State Reference Library copy at MJ 4 P 17 has inscription "Died at South Shields Mr. John Winter aged 71. He is supposed to be the last survivor of those who sailed with Governor Phillip to Botany Bay in 1787. He was second officer in the Boat the Crew of which discovered Port Jackson and was the first European who landed at Sydney Cove. - Globe Nov. 39."
Additional physical form availability note:
Also available on microfilm from the State Library of Victoria.
Online images available via the State Library of NSW at: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/album/albumview.aspx?itemID=1269581&acmsid=0 ; Digital order number c02944.
MMS ID: 991005059479702626