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940938
  • Title
    Volume 05: Drawings of plants of New South Wales
  • Call number
    SAFE/PXD 1098/vol. 5
  • Level of description
    item
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
    940938
  • Issue Copy
    Digitised
  • Physical Description
    1 album (approximately 259 drawings) - watercolour - drawings 31.1 x 19.5 cm and smaller., album 33 x 21.4 cm
  • Collection history
    Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761-1842); sale, S. Leigh Sotheby, 26 Lower Grosvenor Street (the residence of the late Mr Lambert), London, 18-20 April, 1842 (Catalogue of the valuable botanical library of the late A.B. Lambert, F.R.S., F.S.A., &c, of Boyton House, Wiltshire), lot 443 (‘New South Wales:— Upwards of 370 beautifully executed Drawings, in Colours, of Plants and Flowers of New South Wales, with their time of flowering, places where found, etc, in MS., a most valuable collection, in 2 vol. calf n.d.’ The 13th Earl of Derby, Knowsley, and thence by descent to the 19th Earl of Derby.
  • Scope and Content
    1 This Plant grows in moist place to the height of 3 feet February
    Philydrum lanuginosum
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Fleur de Lis / 1794'

    2 Natural Size / This plant grows about eight or ten feet in Height in sandy soil / December
    watercolour on paper

    3 This Shrub when its berries are ripened are eaten by the Natives. Its growth does not exceed three or four feet in height. The green purple and bluish berries are the various stages of vegetation; the darkest (or blue) are descriptive of its maturity.
    watercolour on paper

    4 Natural Size November
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    5 Natural Size / August / This tree the only one of the kind yet discovered grows to the height of 40 or 50 feet. is about 12 inches in Diameter. the bark is extremely rough and looks as it has been a little burnt or scorched the fruit leaves the most unpleasant taste on the tongue of any thing I have ever
    seen or tasted
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    6 Natural size / Grows about two Feet in height & found in sandy soil. October
    Pimeloea linfolia?
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    7 Natural Size
    Commelina capillaris

    8 No. 1 Leaf Natural Size No. 2 Natural Size. This plant is / found about 1 or 1½ feet in height. & found in good Soil. Flowers in November
    Chlamysporum Sal. in Par Lond. No. 35
    watercolour on paper

    9 [no inscription]
    Chlamysporum Sal. in Par Lond. No. 35
    watercolour on paper

    10 Natural size / Found in dry Sandy soil growing in tufts about / the height of two feet
    Pattersonia
    watercolour on paper

    11 [Leafy Purple-flag]
    Native Name Yerrang / about 2/3 the Natural Size flowers in October
    Pattersonia [indecipherable] 15.
    watercolour on paper

    12 This is about half the height; the flower the / Natural Size
    watercolour on paper

    13 Natural size / Grows in tufts to the height of two Feet & found in / dry sandy Soil. Flowers in Oct.r
    watercolour on paper

    14 Natural size / This plant is found in good soil about six or seven /feet in height January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    15 Natural Size
    watercolour on paper

    16 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper

    17 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper

    18 [Long-leaf Coneseeds]
    This sometimes grows about three feet high. / Conospermum / longifolium
    Conospermum longifolium
    watercolour on paper

    19 Natural Size / This plant is found four or five feet in height and / found mostly in sandy soil. February / Native name Givee en
    Givee en (Watling 467/402)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    20 Natural Size / Generally about the height of seven feet. Flowers in February
    Un-named plant (Watling 456/391)
    watercolour on paper

    21 [Mountain Devil]
    Natural Size / Grows to the height of 3 or 4 feet & found in Sandy soil / Native name Ka. mar. a Flowers in October / Salisburia
    Lambertia formosa
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    22 Natural size / This tree is found near the sea Shore about Eighteen or Twenty feet in height Blossoms in December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    23 Natural size / This plant grows about 5 or 6 Feet in height & is found in sandy soil February
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 425/426)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    24 Natural size
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 426/361)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    25 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper

    26 Natural size
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 419/354)
    watercolour on paper

    27 Natural size / February / Native name Wye gal le ang
    watercolour on paper

    28 Natural Size / B. integrifolia
    Flowering plant, "a Creeper" (Watling 442/377)
    watercolour on paper

    29 [Coast Banksia]
    Natural Size. July / B. integrifolia?
    watercolour on paper

    30 Natural Size - July / A banksia
    Plant, a Banksia (Watling 424/359)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    31 [Hairpin Banksia]
    Natural Size / Native name Wattangre
    Banksia spinulosa
    Banksia spinalosa, native name "Wallangre" (Watling 415/350)
    watercolour on paper

    32 [Heath-leaved Banksia]
    Natural Size / This plant grows to a tree - and is generally found among / Rocks and near the Water. Flowers in August.
    Plant, Banksia ericifolia (Watling 421/356)
    watercolour on paper

    33 [Hairpin Banksia]
    Natural Size / This plant grows about four or five feet in height and forms / a large bush Banksia spinulosa
    Plant, Banksia spinulosa (Watling, 423/358)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    34 Natural Size. July / This plant grows about five or six feet in height forming / a thick bush the base of the flowers is covered with a Redish kind of
    moss. the leaves are intirely round. / A Banksia
    watercolour on paper

    35 [Hairy Needle-bush]
    fruit very faithfully drawn [recto] Natural Size / This plant or Shrub forms a large stragling bush, about eight / or ten feet in height. and generally
    found in dry Sandy soil / very prickly / Flowers in August B. gibbosa?
    Conchium aciculare
    Un-named flowering Plant (Watling 428/363)
    watercolour on paper

    36 Conchium [recto] Natural size / This plant is found about five or six feet in height - in dry sandy soil - February. / Native name Kam ma ….[?]
    Conchium
    watercolour on paper

    37 Natural Size Grows to the height of six or seven feet
    Conchium nervosum
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 434/369)
    watercolour on paper

    38 Natural Size / Grows about 16 feet in height. its branches droop something like the Willow / and its berries when ripe (such as depected) are eaten
    by the Natives
    watercolour on paper

    39 Native Name Dee'-wann / Almost the Natural Size
    Schraderia? Persoonia
    watercolour on paper

    40 Natural Size / December
    Persoonia / Schraderia ferruginea
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    41 Grows to the Height of 10 or 15 Feet the fruit or berry contains / a stone & are stone & pulp eaten by the Natives / Native Name, Myrraa-boora /
    allmost the Natural Size
    Schraderia ? / Persoonia
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    42 1 Natural Size, 2 Natural Size, This tree grows 10 or 12 / feet in height and bears a fruit of which the Natives / are very fond
    Schraderia / Persoonia
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Crown / GR / 1795'

    43 This tree which grows to the height of between 10 & 20 feet / has a rough bark to the Eye touch, & taste & produces a /fruit with a stone in it, about the size of a Sloe of / sweetish Murilagenrous[?] taste, which the Natives / are fond of, & eat stone & all, they give it the name / of Mirri burra.
    Schraderia / Persoonia
    watercolour on paper

    44 Natural size / This little Shrub grows seldom higher than 3 or 4 feet / & flowers in Nov.r
    Persoonia / Schraderia / ferruginea
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    45 [Grass tree]
    Magnified / Nat.l size / Seed Natural size [recto] Yellow Gum tree / Native name Goo rung arra
    Xanthorrhoea /Hastile
    Yellow Gum Tree, native name Goo rung arra (Watling 446/381)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    46 [Grass tree]
    Three Stages of the Grass Tree or Yellow Gum plant
    Xanthorrhoea /Hastile
    Three stages of the Grass tree or Yellow Gum Plant (Watling 445/380)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    47 Natural Size / Grows to the height of 18 Inches and is found on rocks or by the / Shore
    watercolour on paper

    48 Natural size / This tree grows about five and thirty or forty feet in height / Blossoms in January and found in Sandy soil
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    49 Natural size / This plant is found about Eighteen or twenty Inches in height and found in / marshy grounds. / January
    watercolour on paper

    50 Natural Size / This plant is found about twelve or fourteen Inches in height in / dry sandy soil. / October
    watercolour on paper

    51 Natural Size / The Acid berry. This plant grows about five or six feet in height / Pidgeons the Golden winged, as well as some other kinds lately /
    discovered feed on these berries and are mostly to be found where / the grow. July
    watercolour on paper

    52 Natural size / This plant is found Entwined round plants Shrubs &c / in sandy soil. November
    watercolour on paper

    53 A Creeper runs to the Length of seven or eight Yards and mostly found / entwined round plants Shrubs &c.
    watercolour on paper

    54 [Small-leaf Cryptandra]
    Natural size / Grows about the height of 3 feet. & has the /appearance of a Clustre of set pearls / May
    Cryptandra amara. / 5 and 1 gyn.
    watercolour on paper

    55 Natural Size / This plant grows about three or four feet in height and found near / the fresh Water
    watercolour on paper

    56 Natural Size / January
    watercolour on paper

    57 Natural size / This plant grows about five or six feet in height and / found in sandy soil. Eaten by the Natives when ripe[?] / July
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    58 Half the Natural size / This tree is only to be found near the sea shore, & seldom / exceeds twenty feet in height; its stem is short, but the branches
    / which are long, numerous, & crooked & thick & plentifully / clothed with leaves, & when in fruit has amost delightful / appearance the contrast
    between the golden fruit & rich / green of the foliaage is beautiful. the fruit abounds / with a very pleasant aromaitic Essential oil.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    59 Natural size. Grows not unlike the bitter Orange / June seed Natural Size.
    Pilospermum / mapon. [on verso]
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    60 Natural size / December
    watercolour on paper

    61 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    61a Natural Size / The Mangrove Tree. Flowers in August.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    62 Natural Size
    watercolour on paper

    63 [Convolvulus]
    This beautiful creeper, which is represented the Natural Size is found on / the beach extending itself for many yards It loves to entwine itself
    around / trees and has a delightfull effect peeping throug brush wood or the dusky / foliage that attracts it.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    64 Natural Size / Flowers in December
    watercolour on paper

    65 Natural Size
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    66 [Wild Violet]
    [No inscription]
    Viola aphylla
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    67 The same size as the plant the Drawing was taken / from found in Marshy grounds - / October
    watercolour on paper

    68 Natural Size
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    69 This is a very minute plant
    watercolour on paper

    70 Natural Size / Grows about 12 Inches in height & found in Marshy ground / October
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    71 Natural Size / This plant grows about two feet in height in good soil / September
    watercolour on paper

    72 Natural Size / December
    Lobelia
    watercolour on paper

    73 Natural Size
    Lobelia
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    74 Natural size / This plant is found grovelling on the ground/ in the manner of a Creeper - in gravelly sandy soil / January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    75 Natural size / Grows to a tree about 16 or 20 feet in height and found / near the sea shore / January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    76 [Tree Broom Heath]
    Natural Size / This tree is found near the Sea side, grows about 15 or 20 feet in height / and has a handsome appearance / October
    Styphelia / elliptica
    Fruiting tree, "Stipalix" (Watling 463/398)
    watercolour on paper

    77 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    watercolour on paper

    78 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    watercolour on paper

    78a [Star Nightshade]
    This shrub grows to the height of three, four, and five / feet, and is very bushy and full of leaves.
    Solanum / stelligerum
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    79 Natural Size. The fruit of this call'd by the Natives Pom mer / =ral and eaten by them when ripe. / Kammarral
    Solanum longifolium
    Flowering Plant, native name "Thom m arral" or "Pomera" (Watling 427/362)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    80 Natural Size / This plant grows about 2 Feet in height and mostly found in / Marshy ground December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    81 Magnified Nat. size [on recto] Natural size / This plant is found growing as a creeper amongst Rocks and / found in black soil and near the fresh
    Water. / December
    watercolour on paper

    82 Natural Size / This tree is found about 20 Feet in height and grows in swamps or / Marshy ground
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    83 Natural Size / This tree grows about fifteen or Twenty feet / in height and found in good Soil. / January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    84 Natural Size / This tree grows about the height of nine or ten feet and / found near the Sea Shore.
    watercolour on paper

    85 Natural size / This tree grows to the height of fifteen or Twenty feet / quite bushy and in good soil. Blossoms in January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    86 Natural Size / A Creeper. runs to the length of five or six Yards & found / in sandy soil / January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    87 Natural size / This tree is found near the Water side about eighteen / or twenty feet in height . - Flowers in November.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    88 Natural Size / This Plant is found in Marshy ground about two feet in height / the leaves have and Acid taste. January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    89 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper

    90 Natural size / This plant grows about two or three feet in height / & found in dry sandy soil. Flowers in July.
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Crown / GR'

    91 Natural size / This plant grows about 2 feet in height. Flowers in June
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    92 Natural size / This plant grows about 2 feet in height in dry sandy soil / Flowers in February.
    watercolour on paper

    93 Grows two feet high
    watercolour on paper

    94 Natural size / This Plant grows about two feet in height and generally found in / sandy gravelly soils / March
    Eriocalia minor
    watercolour on paper

    95 Natural Size / This plant is found about 2 or 3 feet in height in sandy soil / October
    Eriocalia major
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    96 This I believe is the true colour [on recto] The Natural Size
    Eriocalia major
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    97 Natural size Flowers in November
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    98 Natural Size / This Plant is generally found about eight ot ten Inches in height / but runs grovelling along the ground two or three Yards. December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    99 Natural size / January / This plant is found grovelling on the ground in Sandy gravelly Soil
    watercolour on paper

    100 Natural size / This plant is found about 2 or 3 feet in height in marshy ground / September
    Linum
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    101 Natural size / This plant is found about 2 or 3 feet in height in marshy ground / September
    watercolour on paper

    102 Natural size / Flowers on Oct.r & Nov.r
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    103 The size of the plant the Drawing was taken from / found in marshy ground - there is some the same kind / with a white flower. - Flowers in
    September.
    Drosera / peltata
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    104 December / The size of the plant the Drawing was taken from found in / swamps and Marshy grounds.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    105 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    106 [no inscription - drawing unfinished]
    watercolour on paper

    107 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper

    108 The Natural size of the Flower & Seed of the Lilly / found near the sea shore growing on the edge / of sandy bays. 3 or 4 feet in height
    watercolour on paper

    109 Natural size / This plant is generally found about 8 or 10 Inches in height / in dry sandy soil. March
    [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    110 [Christmas Bell]
    [no inscription]
    Blandfordia nobilis Exot. Bot. / t. 4.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    111 [Christmas Bell]
    Natural size Grows to the height of three feet. Flowers in / Dec.r Seed in Feb.y
    Blandfordia nobilis Exot. Bot. t. 4.
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 451/386)
    watercolour on paper

    112 Natural Size / This is found grafted in different kinds of Trees / & bears the same parts as the Mistletoe of Europe
    watercolour on paper

    113 A Creeper or Woodbine which interwines / with Trees
    watercolour on paper

    114 Grows to the height of six feet
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 450/385)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    115 The same size as the plant the Drawing was / taken from. found in Marshy ground. / December
    watercolour on paper

    116 Natural size / This plant is found in Marshy ground. the root has a very / glutinous taste / September
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    117 Natural Size / Flowers in Oct.r
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    118 Natural size / Grows to height of two feet / October
    watercolour on paper

    119 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    Coll: Paterson delin:
    watercolour on paper

    120 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    watercolour on paper

    121 Natural Size / This plant grows about 1 or 2 feet in height & found in Sandy soil / September
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    122 The same size as the plant the Drawing was taken from and found in / Sandy Soil. December
    Baeckea / densifolia?
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    123 Magnified [on recto] Natural Size / This tree grows about forty of Fifty feet in height. Blossoms in January and / grows in or near fresh Water
    ponds swamps &c.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    124 Dark red / The same size as the plant the Drawing was taken from / found in Marshy ground. / January
    watercolour on paper

    125 Natural Size / This plant grows about Four or five feet in height and most / found in sandy soil
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    126 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    Viminaria denudata
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    127 [no inscription]
    Chorizema Billard - but not his species
    watercolour on paper

    128 Natural Size / Grows to the height of two feet & upwards - Flowers in November
    watercolour on paper

    129 Natural Size / Grows in general about three feet in Height.
    watercolour on paper

    130 Natural size / This plant is found in good soil, about two feet in height /Flowers in October
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    131 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    germen hairy / ericifolia
    watercolour on paper

    132 Natural Size / This plant is Generally found in dry sandy soil. growing to the / Height of 5 or 6 feet July.
    ericifolia
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 453/388)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    133 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    floribunda
    watercolour on paper

    134 Natural Size / Grows to the height of 3 feet & found in Sandy Soil. / Flowers in October
    Gompholobium grandiflorum / Exot. Bot. t. 5
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    135 Natural size / Grows to the height of 3 or 4 feet in dry sandy / soil. Flowers in October.
    Eriostemon
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    136 Natural size / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    137 Natural size / Grows in a large bush about 5 or 6 Feet in height / & found in dry sandy soil.
    watercolour on paper

    138 Natural size / This plant grows to the height of 5 or 6 Feet and generally / found amongst rocky ground. February
    Un-named flowering plant and insect (Watling 457/392)
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    139 Natural Size / Grows to the height of 4 or 5 feet
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 447/382)
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    140 October 1794 / Leaf & flower 2/3 the Natural Size, very common about runs of / water & moist Swampy grounds. Flowers in Sept.r & Oct.r
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    141 Natural size / Grows about 10 or 12 Inches in heigth and generally found in dry / sandy soil. February
    watercolour on paper

    142 [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    143 Natural Size / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    144 Natural size / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    145 [no inscription]
    Alela / Leptospermum / ambiguum
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    146 Grows from ten to 60 feet high. flowers in November
    watercolour on paper

    147 Natural Size / This Shrub grows about five or six feet in height forming a close thick / shrub. . and found in dry sandy Soil / December
    Metrosideros / hispida
    watercolour on paper

    [blank pages]

    148 Natural size .. June / Natural size / Natural size / The Brown gum tree, this tree grows fifty or sixty feet in heigth before it branches out
    watercolour on folded sheet extended to 37 cm long watermarked 'J Whatman'

    149 August / Mohogony / Nat.l size / Natural Size / A Species of the red Gum Tree, commonly in N.S.W called / Mohogony / It grows to the height of
    between 50 and a 100 feet and of a Proportionate / Circumference [on recto]
    [Some similarity to ]One of the red Gum Trees, Ceratopetalum Gummiferum (Watling 458/393)
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Britannia'

    150 Natural size / This tree grows about twenty feet in height and quite straight / mostly found near the Sea shore, its appearance when in blossom /
    is nearly white. November / Elaeocarpus
    Elaeocarpus
    watercolour on paper

    151 Grows to height of 10 or 12 feet & Produces a blue or rather / Purple berry about the size of a white Currant in flowers / in November & grows near
    the Sea
    Elaeocarpus

    152 A creeper or woodbine which intertwines with / Trees
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    153 Natural size / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    154 [Guinea Flower]
    Seed. ripe in July some of them / contain five seeds. others only four. / Natural size / A Creeper runs along the ground in one vi Vine for 20 / Yards
    & upwards. found in Sandy Gravelly soil / has a most fetid Smell
    Hibbertia volubilis. Andrews -
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    155 Natural size / The Shrub from two to three feet in height
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    156 Natural size / This plant grows about one and an half or two feet in height in good / soil the leaves and stalk are covered with a soft silky kind of
    Hair. / September
    watercolour on paper

    157 Natural size / This Plant Runs in the manner of a Creeper for a considerable / length the leaves are of a very hot Pepperish taste. / July
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    158 Natural size / This plant is found about four or five feet in height / and near the sea shore. January
    watercolour on paper

    159 Natural Size / This plant grows about four or five Feet in height thick and bushy and found near the / sea shore / February Westringia
    rosmarinifornmis
    Westringea rosmariniformis
    watercolour on paper

    160 Natural size / This plant grows about twelve or fourteen / Inches high and generally found in dry sandy / soil / February
    watercolour on paper

    161 Natural Size / This plant grows to the height of 3 or 4 feet / very thick and Bushy and generally found / in dry sandy soil / February
    watercolour on paper

    162 Natural size / This plant grows about eight or ten Inches in / height. and mostly found in dry sandy soil / July
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    163 Natural Size / This plant grows about Twelve or Eighteen Inches in height and found / in Marshy ground February
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    164 Natural size / This creeper Runs about 4 or 5 Yards in length and / is generally found in dry sandy soil / July
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    165 Natural size / Grows to the height of 3 or 4 feet & found in Marshy / Ground / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    166 Natural Size / This plant grows to the height of 4 or 5 feet / & found in dry sandy soil January
    watercolour on paper

    167 Natural size / This plant is generally found entwined round plants / Shrubs &c. Runs about four or five Yards in lenghth / & found in Sandy soil.
    July
    watercolour on paper

    168 Natural Size / This plant grows close to the ground or entwined / round shrubs &c. about six or eight Yards in / length and mostly found in sandy
    soil / July
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    169 Natural size / This plant grows about eight or ten Inches / in height but runs grovelling on the ground / for two or three Yards. / February
    Un-named Flowering Plant (Watling 448/383)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    170 This Shrub grows to the height of five or six feet. and is / principally found in sterile and meagre ground
    (Decandria / Monogynia) / Kalmoides of Banks.
    watercolour on paper

    171 [no inscription]
    Bignonia australis H.K.
    watercolour on paper

    172 The Cumberland Tree. found near the Sea shore. / is supposed to grow to timber
    Volkameria scandens
    The Cumberland Tree(Watling 439/374)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    173 The same size as the plant the Drawing was taken from / found in dry sandy soil. / December
    Violet / Pigia - Decandolli
    watercolour on paper

    174 Natural size / November
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    175 Natural Size. Grows to the height of three or four feet. Flowers in Oct.
    Comaspernia
    watercolour on paper

    176 Natural size / This plant is generally found in swamps or marshy grounds.
    watercolour on paper

    177 Natural Size / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    178 Natural Size / Runs along the ground five of or six yards in length / October
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    179 Natural size / This plant runs about 5 or six Yards in length and is /generally found entwined round some shrub or plant / Janauary
    watercolour on paper

    180 [Handsome Flat-pea]
    Natural size / This Shrub about three or four feet in height
    Platylobium / formosum
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    181 A Creeper which grows round trees & Shrubs &c
    watercolour on paper

    182 Natural Size / A Creeper which often runs many yards; and is / frequently entwined around trees
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    183 Half the Natural Size / Creeps many yards along the ground flowers in Sept.
    watercolour on paper

    184 Natural Size / Creeper grows round trees Shrubs &c
    Creepers or Woodbines (Watling 441/376)
    watercolour on paper

    185 Natural Size / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    186 Natural size. A Creeper Flowers in January.
    Flowering plant, a Creeper (Watling 442/377)
    watercolour on paper

    187 Natural Size
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    188 Natural Size / This plant is generally found about two feet in height / in good soil / October
    watercolour on paper

    189 Natural size / Grows to the height of five or six feet. Flowers in November / Seed in February
    Melaleuca thymifolia / Lin: Transac
    Un-named flowering tree or shrub (Watling 455/390)
    watercolour on paper

    190 [Thyme Honey-myrtle]
    [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    Melaleuca / thymifolia
    watercolour on paper

    191 Natural Size / Grows to the height of six feet
    watercolour on paper

    192 From Major Ross [unfinished drawing]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    193 [Red Honey-myrtle]
    [no inscription]
    Melaleuca hypecifolia [sic] / [indecipherable]
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'C Taylor / 1794'

    194 Natural Size / Grows to the height of 18 or 20 Inches & found in Marshy Ground / October
    watercolour on paper

    195 1 Natural Size - This plant is found about one or one and a / half feet in height and in dry Sandy soil. February / 2 Seed natural size which
    appears like soft white Cotton
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    196 Natural Size / This plant grows about two feet in height. and found in / good Soil / September
    watercolour on paper

    197 Natural size - This plant grows about 16 or 18 Inches in height and generally / found in Sandy Soil. December
    watercolour on paper

    198 Natural Size
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    199 Natural size . This plant is found growing close to / the ground in dry sandy Soils - Flowers in January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    200 Natural size. December
    watercolour on paper

    201 Natural Size / This plant grows about the height of ten or twelve Inches. and / mostly found in sandy soil. February
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    202 Natural Size / Found in Marshy ground / December
    watercolour on paper

    203 [Spotted Sun Orchid]
    pretty / well / coloured / Magnified [on recto] Natural size / Produces a Bulbous root
    I believe this is / Thelymitra ixioides / Yes
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    204 [Spotted Sun Orchid]
    Natural size / This plant grows about 2 or 3 feet in height Flowers in Aug.t
    Thelymitra ixiodes
    watercolour on paper

    205 [Wax Lip Orchid]
    [no inscription]
    Glossodia / Major On / Arethusa pilosa
    Coll: Paterson
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'J Whatman'

    206 Backside of the Petals / Backside of the Leaf [on recto] This plant drawn from the Natural size the stalk and Leaf is covered with a / silky hair
    Arethusa pilosa
    Flowering plant (Watling 198/120)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    207 1 Magnified 2 Natural Size Flowers in October.
    Arethusa pilosa / worst drawing
    watercolour on paper

    208 [Pink Fingers Orchid]
    Natural size / The size of the plant the drawing was taken from / found in marshy ground Flowers in September
    Arethusa certe[?] /Caladenia carnea Br
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 /J Whatman'

    209 1 Inside magnified 2 Natural Size Flowers in Oct.r
    Arethusa certe[?]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    210 Natural Size July.
    Arethusa certe[?] / Caladenia
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'Crown / GR / 1795'

    211 [Golden Donkey Orchid]
    Natural size / Grows to the height of 12 or 14 Inches / Flowers in October
    [?] form of Diuris aurea
    watercolour on paper

    212 [no inscription]
    Caladenia sp.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    213 [Golden Donkey Orchid]
    [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    Diuris aurea. Exot. Bot. t. 9. / presume
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    214 [Purple Donkey Orchid]
    side petals / very small. [on recto] Natural size / This plant is generally found about 2 Feet in height in / good soil / October / An orchis
    Diuris elongata Saracty[?]
    watercolour on paper

    215 [no inscription]
    Pterostylis op / viridis
    Coll: Paterson delin:
    watercolour on paper

    216 Natural size May / This plant is very rare & difficult to dry from their / being very succulent & of a tender texture. three / or four will be found in
    the long bottle full of / flowers for Doct.r Smith in No. 5 a small box in case / no. 10
    Pterostylis nutans? / (glauca)
    watercolour on paper watermarked 'J Whatman'

    217 [Hyacinth Orchid]
    Grows two sometimes three feet in height
    Dipodium Brown / Dendrobium punctatum. Exot. Bot. t. 12.
    Un-named plant (Watling 452/387)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    218 [Flying Duck Orchid]
    [no inscription - unfinished drawing]
    Caleya major Br.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    219 [no inscription]
    Caladenia / Diuris [two plants]
    Coll: Paterson.
    watercolour on paper

    220 [no inscription]
    Enochelus ?[?]
    Coll: Paterson delin:
    watercolour on paper

    221 [Pixie Caps]
    [no inscription]
    Acianthus fornicatus / Br
    Coll: Paterson delin:
    watercolour on paper watermarked C in a circle on the stub

    222 Natural size May / This plant is very rare & difficult to dry from its being very / succulent & of a tender texture. three or four of it will be /found
    in the long bottle full of flowers in spirits for Doct.r Smith
    Acianthus sp.
    watercolour on paper

    223 [Tongue Orchid]
    Natural size / This is found upon rocks, along the shore. it produces a small / and delocate little white flower, several specimens of which will / be
    found among the dried plants
    Dendrobium linguiforme Exot. Bot. t. 11
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 433/361)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'


    224 [Rock Orchid]
    Nat/l size. / Nat.l size / diminished [on recto] 1 Flower Natural size / 2 Seed Natural size / This plant is found growing on Rocks, in clusters, each
    root / bearing a flower about two feet in height and always found / near the Sea shore growing out of rocks.
    Dendrobium / speciosum
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 449/381)
    watercolour on paper

    225 Fig. 1 Natural size. Fig. 2 (Native name Wer-gall-derra) grows on bare rocks & sometimes / on trees. The Flower & Seed half the natural size. The
    leaf varies in size. This is about / half the natural size of the Plant the Drawing was taken from. / Fig. 1 Natural size. Fig. 2 (Native name Wer-gal-
    derra) / grows on bare rocks & sometimes on trees. The Flower and seed half the Natural Size, the leaf varies in Size, this is about / half the
    Natural Size of the Plant the Drawing was taken from
    Dendrobium / speciosum / Exot. Bot. / t. 10
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    226 [Fringed Helmet Orchid]
    [no inscription]
    Corysanthes fimbriata Br
    Coll: Paterson delin:
    watercolour on paper

    227 Natural size / This plant is found entwined round plants shrubs &c. and found in good Soil / the Berries have a very sweet taste. January
    watercolour on paper

    228 [Wombat Berry]
    Natural Size / a kind of Creeper July
    Eustrephus latifolius Br.
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    229 Natural Size / Grows in tufts - sometimes 20 from a Root & often to the height / of six Feet.
    Restio
    watercolour on paper

    230 Natural size / The Cherry of New South Wales - Found in Sandy soil about Eighteen / or twenty feet in height and forms a very close cover - fruit
    ripe / in October.
    e Exocarpus? / Billard: yoyage
    The Cherry of New South Wales (Watling 440/375)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    231 Natural Size / This plant grows about two or three feet in height and generally found / in dry sandy soil. / July
    Madia sp.
    watercolour on paper

    232 natural size / This tree grows to the height of 12 or 14 feet
    watercolour on paper

    233 The same size as the plant the Drawing was / taken from generally found amongst Rocks / and near the sea Shore / December
    watercolour on paper

    234 [Sweet Sarsaparilla]
    Smilax sp
    Natural Size / Sweet tea leaf runs like a Creeper. November
    watercolour on paper

    234a 1/4 The Natural size of the Leaf. - This Plant is generally found / about four or five feet in height. it is an Iris of N.S. Wales found / mostly near the Sea the Seed when ripe smells like Banana or / Plantain
    watercolour on paper

    235 Natural size / This plant runs grovelling along the ground 5 or 6 / Yards in Length and generally found in sandy / Gravelly soil - February
    watercolour on paper

    236 Natural size. Not quite so rough in taste as a sloe we call them / the wild grape of N.S. Wales
    watercolour on paper

    237 Natural Size / This plant grows in the Manner of Woodbine in / England & found in dry Sandy soil. / December
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    238 [1] The Flower. Unripe Seed / Seed. Seed opened. / This grows very bushy, to the height of / four or five feet. [2] Natural Size / This of a similar height and / quality. [on recto]
    [1] T.W. - del.t [2] T.W. - del.t
    watercolour on paper watermarked ' Crown / GR'

    239 Natural size / This plant grows about four feet in height and found / in sandy soil / February
    watercolour on paper

    240 Natural size / This tree is found about thirty or forty feet in height in / good soil Blossoms in January –
    watercolour on paper

    241 Natural size / This tree grows to the height of twenty or thirty feet
    Mimosa (Watling 461/396)
    watercolour on paper

    242 This Plant grows about six or seven feet in height / and found in sandy soil. Flowers in July
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    243 Natural size / Grows about Thirty or Forty feet in height nearly streight & / quite slender. there are many found more bushy but not near so tall. / Flowers in September
    Un-named flowering plant (Watling 465/400)
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    244 This tree grows about forty or fifty feet in height forming so close / a cover it is difficult to get through the timber is of no use unless for pailing /or light work the tree grows very streight and is one of the handsomest trees I / have seen when in blossom - blossoms in September
    (Watling 403 463?
    watercolour on paper

    245 [no inscription]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    246 Natural size / This plant is found grovelling on the ground / about eight or ten Inches in height in good / soil. the Leaves and Stalk are covered with / a Silky Down. Flowers in November
    watercolour on paper

    247 Natural Size / This plant is found about one or two feet in height / in good soil. / November
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    248 Natural size / Grows to the height of 4 or 5 feet / October
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    249 Natural size / This plant grows about two or three feet in height and found in sandy gravelly / Soil. December
    watercolour on paper

    250 Natural Size / Grows to a tree about 30 or 40 Feet in height & found near / the sea shore. Flowers in January.
    Un-named tree (Watling 460/395
    watercolour on paper

    251 January / Natural size / This plant grows about two or three feet in height in a very / stragling manner. - found amongst rocks and near the sea / shore
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    252 Natural size / This plant is found near the fresh water about two / or three feet in height. / January
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    253 [Wedding Bush]
    Cortical part of the / Seed taken of. / Seed [on recto]
    Mr. Brown says the natives use the root of the tree as food. / This shrub grows about the height of three feet and an half
    Euphorbiaceae / Ricinocarpus [...?]
    watercolour on paper watermarked '1794 / J Whatman'

    254 Natural size / This shrub flowers all the spring & most of the Summer / grows to the Height of 3 or 4 feet & produces a seed very like / the Castor tree.
    Ricinocarpus / […?]
    watercolour on paper

    255 Natural size / Grows in dry sandy soil. - to the height of 3 or 4 Feet / Flowers in April
    watercolour on paper
    256 Natural size / This plant grows about three or four feet in height / and found near the fresh Water
    watercolour on paper

    256a New South wales. J. White. / Natural Size / This tree in manner of Growth and Leaf resembles the Elder / of England
    Panax arboreum. Forst. Lin. ed. W[…?]
    Un-named plant (Watling 454/389)
    watercolour on paper

    257
    [blank pages]
    watermarked ‘Britannia’

    258
    [blank pages]
    watermarked ‘J Larking / 1794’

    259
    [blank pages]
    watermarked ‘1794 / J Whatman’

    260
    [blank pages]
    watermarked ‘Britannia’

    261
    Magnified [on recto] Natural Size / This plant grows about three or four Feet in height
    watercolour on paper
  • Collection history
    Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761-1842); sale, S. Leigh Sotheby, 26 Lower Grosvenor Street (the residence of the late Mr Lambert), London, 18-20 April, 1842 (Catalogue of the valuable botanical library of the late A.B. Lambert, F.R.S., F.S.A., &c, of Boyton House, Wiltshire), lot 443 (‘New South Wales:— Upwards of 370 beautifully executed Drawings, in Colours, of Plants and Flowers of New South Wales, with their time of flowering, places where found, etc, in MS., a most valuable collection, in 2 vol. calf n.d.’ The 13th Earl of Derby, Knowsley, and thence by descent to the 19th Earl of Derby.
  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright: Artist died before 1955
    Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
  • Description source

    New South Wales drawings : the property of the Earl of Derby : important early Australian watercolours from the library of the 13th Earl of Derby at Knowsley [catalogue] / Christie's. [London : Christie's, 2011]
    Titles of the majority of the subjects are as follows: current common name where identified; according to the English and Latin inscriptions on the watercolours; from the titles given to the matching Watling Collection subjects in the Natural History Museum, London (First Fleet Artwork Collection). The first number in brackets refers to the old Watling drawing number, the second number in brackets refer to the post-1984 Watling mount number.
  • General note

    The majority of these drawings probably sent from Port Jackson not before October 1794 (from the date on sheet 140), probably directly to Thomas Wilson, or to Lambert, and were accompanied by specimens for James Edward Smith. White left the colony on 17 December 1794. One sheet is watermarked 1795. Inscriptions on the versos of two drawings confirm the recipient of the specimens, some preserved in spirits: (216) (glauca) ‘Natural size May! This plant is very rare & difficult to dry from their / being very succulent & of a tender texture, three / or four will be found in the long bottle full of flowers for Doctr. Smith in No. 5 a small box in case / no. 20 [10?]’, and (222) ‘This plant is very rare & difficult to dry from its being very succulent & of a tender texture. three or four of it will be found in the long bottle full of flowers in spirits for Doctr. Smith’.

    ‘Paterson’ must refer to Captain William Paterson of the New South Wales Corps, later Lieutenant-Colonel and Lieutenant-Governor, who corresponded with and sent botanical specimens to Banks from 1792, who was assigned an artist, the convict John Doody (as White had been assigned the convict Thomas Watling). ‘Major Ross’ (1740-1794), (192), is the officer in charge of Royal Marines on the First Fleet, and later Lieutenant Governor of Norfolk Island, who left New South Wales on 13 December 1791, and is credited in Smith’s A Specimen of the Botany of New Holland ... ,London, 1793 (‘Our figure [p.46, crimson styphelia] is taken from a drawing, obligingly communicated by the late Major Ross, and assisted by very magnificent specimens from Mr White.’) — the present drawing not the aforementioned.
    Digital order no:Album ID : 961232
    For another variant of p. 172, the Cumberland Tree, see the watercolour bound with John Doody’s Flora of Norfolk Island, DL PXX 1 f.39.
    For copies of some of the same subjects, dating to c.1797, see the Richard Pulteney collection natural history illustrations of Australian flora & fauna, PXA 678.
  • Alphanumeric designations

    The watercolours are listed in numerical order as they appear in the album.
  • Contributing Creator

    In a very few cases the artist is identified, being either Colonel William Paterson (Coll: Paterson) or Thomas Watling (T.W.). Items listed “watercolour on paper watermarked ?” indicates that the watermark is not visible.
  • Signatures / Inscriptions

    13th Earl of Derby’s bookplate on front pastedown
  • Attributions / conjectures

    Numerous subjects here are variants of drawings by Watling and the Port Jackson Painter (and are possibly by the same hands) in the Watling and Banks Ms34 collections: for example:
    p.19 Native name Givee en - Watling 467 (“Flowering shrub, ‘native name Givee en’”)
    p.20 - Watling 456
    p.23 - Watling 425
    p.24 - Watling 426
    p.25 - Watling 417
    p. 26 - Watling 419
    p.28 [B.integrifolia] - Watling 422 (“Plant, Banksia integrifolia”)
    p.30 A Banksia - Watling 424 (“Plant, a Banksia”)
    p.31 Native Name Wattangre - Watling 415 (“Banksia spinalosa, native name ‘Wallangre’ (sic)”)
    p.33 Banksia spinulosa – Watling 423 (“Plant, Banksia spinulosa”)
    p.35 B.Gibbosa –Watling 428 (“Banksia Gibbosa?”)
    p.37 - Watling 434
    p.45 Yellow Gum tree Native name Goor rung arra - Watling 446 (“Yellow Gum Tree, native name Goo rung arra”)
    p.46 Three Stages of the Grass Tree or Yellow Gum - Watling 445 (“Three stages of the Grass tree or Yellow Gum Plant”)
    p.76 [Styphelia elliptica] - Watling 463 (“Fruiting tree”)
    p.79 Thommarral - Watling 427 (“Flowering Plant, native name ‘Thom m arral’ or ‘Pomera”’)
    p.111 [Blandfordia nobilis] - Watling 451
    p.114 - Watling 450
    p. 132 - Watling 453
    p.132 [encifolia] - Watling 462 (“Platylobium formosum”)
    p. 138 - Watling 457
    p. 139 - Watling 447
    p.149 Species of the red Gum tree, commonly in NS Wales called Mahogany... - the tree compares to Watling 458 (“One of the red Gum Trees, Ceratopetalum Gummiferum”)
    p.169 - Watling 448
    p.172 The Cumberland Tree - Watling 439 (“The Cumberland Tree”)
    p.184 - Watling 441 (“Creepers and Woodbines”)
    p.188 A Creeper... - Watling 442 (“a Creeper”)
    p.189 [Melaleuca thymifolia] - Watling 455
    p.206 [Arethusa pitosa] - the same plant in Watling 198
    p.217 [ Dipodium Brown / Dendrobium punctatum] - Watling 452
    p.223 - Watling 433
    p.224 [Dendrobium speciosum] - Watling 449
    p.230 The Cherry of New South Wales - Watling 440 (“The Cherry of New South Wales”)
    p.241 - a version of Watling 461 [Mimosa/wattle]
    p.243 - Watling 465
    p.244 - Watling 468
    between p.256 and p.257 - Watling 454
    p.250 - Watling 460.
    p.323 [B.ericifolia] - Watling 421 (“Plant, Banksia ericifolia”)
  • Conservation note

    Album is contemporary calf gilt, rebacked with 19th century speckled calf gilt in compartments with green morocco lettering piece titled ‘DRAWINGS OF PLANTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES’
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