1831 History of Mounts Bay with every civil and military transaction, Saint Michael’s Mount, Marazion,
Penzance, Paul, Buryan, Saint Levan, Sennen, Saint Just, &c. The third edition, revised and corrected
with considerable additions. Penzance; printed by and for John Thomas, and sold by T. Tegg,
73 Cheapside, London. 24
1842 Description of some new ferns lately discovered in New Zealand.
Appendix to the Journal of the House of Representatives; H.1: 62-64.
1878 Petition of William Colenso. Presented to the House of Representatives, 24th September,
1878, and ordered to be printed. 235
1879 On the Moa. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 63-108. 236
1879 Contributions towards a better Knowledge of the Maori Race (continued).
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 108-147. 256
1879 A few remarks on a cavern near Cook’s Well at Tologa Bay and on a tree (Sapota costata) found
there. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 147-150. 272
1879 Notes and Observations on the Animal Economy and Habits of one of our New Zealand Lizards,
supposed to be a new Species of Naultinus. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 251-264. 273
1879 A Description of a few new Plants from our New Zealand Forests, with dried Specimens of the same. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 12: 359-367. 279
1880 On the vegetable food of the ancient New Zealanders before Cook’s visit.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 13: 3-38. 282
1880 Historical incidents and traditions of the olden times pertaining to the Maoris of the North Island,
(East Coast), New Zealand; highly illustrative of their national Character, and containing many
peculiar, curious, and little-known Customs and Circumstances, and Matters firmly believed by them.
Now, for the first time, faithfully translated from old Maori writings and recitals.
Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 13: 38-57. 297