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The Town of New Plymouth in the Year 1843

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Sketch taken by Mrs Wickstead, of John Tylston Wickstead Esq. The Company's agent on Mount Eliot.

Company's Survey Office
                                                                                                Wesleyn Chapel     Mr Ibboston                    Old Native Park

Foundered by the Plymouth Company of N.Z. April 1841
Mouth of the Waitara River    Company's Emigration Depot   Company's Store                  Devon Hotel                    
Hospital and Forge                                                                Freemason's Arm    Church     
Messers. Perry     Mr Merchant     Mr Shaw            Mr Scott  Mr Lakeman    Messers. Varcoe  Mr Webster  Mr Grobe 

Reference: "Early History of New Zealand"  published 1890. (Brett is the printer & publisher) Part of the Brett's Historical Series.  Written by R.A.A. Sherrin "From Earliest Times to 1840" and J. H. Wallace "From 1840 to 1845". 

Fishley, Ibboston, Lewthwaite, Merchant, Newland, Oxenham, Perry, Shaw, Shepherd, Rundell, Veale and  Webster were all emigrants via the 'Amelia Thompson' which arrived in New Plymouth  September 3, 1841.

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