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Norfolk Island


An Address to the Inhabitants of the Colonies Established in New South Wales and Norfolk Island. Written in the Year 1792.
By Richard Johnson, Chaplain to the Colonies.
London: Printed for the Author, 1794.

Norfolk Island: Correspondence between His Excellency Sir W. Denison, K.C.B., Governor General of Australia and the Bishop of New Zealand.
With other documents relating to Norfolk Island, and its present inhabitants.
Bishop's Auckland: St. John's College, 1857.

The Island Mission: Being a History of the Melanesian Mission from Its Commencement
Reprinted from "Mission Life."
London: William Macintosh, 1869.

Christmas in Norfolk Island.
From Mission Life, London, 1871, pages 269-273.

Notes [of a] Visit to Norfolk Island, the Head Quarters of the Melanesian Mission, in November, 1872
From the Journal of the Bishop of Auckland, New Zealand. [Bishop William Garden Cowie]
Auckland: William Atkin, 1872.

Norfolk Island and Its Inhabitants
By Joseph Campbell
Sydney: Joseph Cook & Co., 1879.

Melanesian Mission, "Consecration of Memorial Chapel: A Week at St. Barnabas', Norfolk Island" [Consecration on December 7, 1880], Sydney [1881]. It includes "Sermon at the Consecration of the Memorial Church, Norfolk Island" by the Rev. B.T. Dudley, of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Auckland.

Photographs of the construction and consecration of Bishop Patteson Memorial Church, Norfolk Island, 1880-1881.
From the John Palmer photograph albums held at the John Kinder Theological Library, Auckland, New Zealand. (Reference KIN145). Contact the Kinder Theological Library for permission to reproduce or publish these photographs.

Bishop Patteson Memorial Church
From The Illustrated London News, March 12, 1881.

O As Oraora nan. [Recreational Songs]
[Mota language songs sung at St. Barnabas School, Norfolk Island]
[Norfolk Island]: Melanesian Mission Press, 1904.

A Visit to Norfolk Island
By P. Stacy Waddy
Westminster: The Melanesian Mission, [1906]

Jubilee Shield Norfolk Island June 8, 1906.
Drawn up by Archdeacon Comins. [jpg format]

School-days in Norfolk Island
By Florence Coombe
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1909.

John Coleridge Patteson: An Account of His Death at Nukapu, and Description of S. Barnabas Chapel, Norfolk Island, Dedicated to His Memory.
Issued in Loving Remembrance by the Melanesian Mission on the 50th Anniversary of His Death.
By H. N. Drummond.
Parkstone: Ralph & Brown, 1930.


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