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Carron Company (artillery maker(s)), circa 1780, Scotland
x 500mm (Width)
x 350mm (Height)
|Credit line||Purchased 1933|
Carronade, from the ship "Boyd", burnt at Whangaroa Harbour, 1809.
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- Discovery of Carronade near Wellington. (Thames Star, 24 November 1897) - National Library of New Zealand
- MR/ J. G.;C. MACKENZIE' of. Wei'- lington,who,has been appointed superintendent â– of ' -reserves at: â– , [Hastings. , "Evening Post" Photo. ANCIENT MUZZLE-LOADERS.â€” Two old carronades at the side of the new Khandallah-Johnsonville Road. They are 123 years old, / and little of their .history is known. Inset, the monogram of George 111. REDRESSING A BANK.â€”Scaffolding has been- erected along the ANEW CARGOLINER.â€”The Commonwealth and Dominion Line's new 9000-ton cargo motor-ship, Port Townsville, which was completed iace' Â°$ this Bank of New South Wales, .Lambton Quay, to allow by her builders on August M, and leftearlythismonth on hermaiden voyage to' Australia. The, Port Townsville is one of the fastest workmen^ to remove projecting mouldings and eaves. This is another . ships in ihc New Zealand and Australia service, and has accommodation foraJimited number of passeiiaers. ' â€¢ of the Wellington buildings ivhich is being made safer against earth' ." ' ' 'â– ' :: . . â– â€¢â€¢â– â– â– . : ' â€¢ â– â– ... â– ; , .â– ";â€¢â€¢â– -â€¢â– â– â€¢ â– â€¢â– â– .â€¢ quake. 'â€¢'â– ' . . (Evening Post, 18 September 1935) - National Library of New Zealand
- (Chapter 9) â€” The Capture of Rua-Pekapeka - The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume I (1845â€“64) - Victoria University of Wellington
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