London, 1907. The best book on
the subject. The author was formerly professor of geology at the
University of Melbourne, and has an unusually intimate knowledge of the
country, the result of wide and observant travel.
HAUSLEUTNER, P.W.G., German translation of Peron and Freycinet's Voyage
aux Terres Australes. Tubingen and Stuttgart, 2 volumes, 1808 to 1819.
HOEFER (Editor), Nouvelle Biographie Generale. Paris, 46 volumes, 1852 to
1866. Article on Flinders in Volume 46 by Alfred de Lacaze; also
biographies of Peron and Decaen.
HUMBOLDT, ALEXANDER VON, Personal Narrative of Travels. London, 1814.
Volume 1 pages 7 to 8, contains an account of the original objects and
scope of Baudin's expedition.
HUNTER, JOHN, Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and
Norfolk Island, with the Discoveries which have been made in New South
Wales and in the Southern Ocean since the Publication of Phillip's
Voyage. London, 1793.
JOSE, A.W., Australasia, 1901. The best brief history of Australia.
KERR, ROBERT, General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels. 18
volumes. London, 1824. Volume 18 contains an appreciation of the work of
KIRKPATRICK, F.A. (Editor), Lectures on the Nineteenth Century. 1908.
Contains a lecture by Dr. Holland Rose bearing upon the Baudin expedition
and the Terre Napoleon maps.
LABORDE, J.B., Histoire Abregee de la Mer du Sud. 3 volumes. Paris, 1791.
A rare book, though not so important as the work of De Brosses, upon
which it was founded.