Out of Copyright. Image courtesy of the National Library of Australia. | Licence: Public Domain
Out of Copyright. Image courtesy of the National Library of Australia. | Licence: Public Domain

Paulamo (i.e. Poulaho), King of the Friendly Islands at the time of Capt. Cook

1830 [?]

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Title

Paulamo (i.e. Poulaho), King of the Friendly Islands at the time of Capt. Cook

Date

1830 [?]

Description

Title from accession record; Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK1224/4; After engraving by J. Webber del; J. Hall scupl. of Pl. no.18 of: A voyage to the Pacific Ocean / James Cook. London, 1784. ; The Rev. Williams 30 large watercolours relative to the South Seas. These were used on lecture tours by the Rev. John Williams and his ministers when raising funds for the society (some are copied from Cook's and Elli's voyages] -- NK. Accession Register. Medium: watercolour.
Additional Makers: John Williams (1796-1839); John Webber (1752-1793); John Hall (1739-1797)
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Location

Tonga

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Out of Copyright. Image courtesy of the National Library of Australia.

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