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  2. VICTORIAN EXPLORATION.

    LATE on Saturday night information reached Melbourne from Sandhurst of the arrival there of a messenger—Mr. Brahe- from Mr. Howitt's searching expedition, with a despatch from that leader, conveying the molanoholy ...

    Article : 1,244 words
  3. HOWIIT'S JOURNAL.

    Camp 20, Poria Creek, September 1, latitude 28·44, longitude 142·42—The country, after leaving camp 19 (Kooricjur), was generally sandy ridges, running variously from N. E. round to N. W. Between these sandy tracts, we passed a good deal of clayey flat ...

    Article : 10,535 words
  4. KING'S NARRATIVE.

    Mr. Burke, Mr. Wills, and I, reached the depot at Cooper's Creek, on April 21st, about half-past seven in the evening, with two camels—all that remained of the six Mr. Burke took with him. All the provisions we then had ...

    Article : 3,903 words
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