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  2. DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DARLING DOWNS.

    [?]Cunningham, whose forbears from Dumfries, was born at [?]don, near London, on July 13. He was employed first in a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 760 words
  3. RURAL SETTLEMENT.

    When Robert Campbell, the big Sydney merchant, took over Glengallen in 1844 from his namesakes, Archibald and Colin, he sent his head clerk, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. THE DISCOVERY.

    Leaving Segenhoe. the estate of Mr. J.P. Macqueen. M. P., on April 30, 1827. Allan Cunningham and his party travelled along the chain of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,136 words
  6. THE PIONEERS.

    On March 2 1840, a young Aberdonian named Patrick Leslie, a personal friend of Allan Cunningham, set out to explore the newly-discovered ...

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