Definition of Capital of New Zealand
1. Noun. The capital of New Zealand.
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Literary usage of Capital of New Zealand
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1. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1890)
"In 1864 Gunn was appointed one of the three commissioners charged to advise upon the most suitable position lor the capital of New Zealand, the decision ..."
2. The Building of the British Empire: The Story of England's Growth from by Alfred Thomas Story (1898)
"... in and over any territory which is or may be acquired in sovereignty of her Majesty " in New AUCKLAND, THE FIRST capital of New Zealand. Zealand. ..."
3. Under the Southern Cross; Or, Travels in Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand by Maturin Murray Ballou (1887)
"WELLINGTON is situated on the north side of Cook's Strait, and is the capital of New Zealand. It is less than two hundred miles from Christchurch. ..."
4. The Story of New Zealand: A History of New Zealand from the Earliest Times by Frank Parsons (1904)
"Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, about midway in the Colony from north to south, is in the same latitude as New York City, 41°, while Boston is a ..."