The Burke and Wills Exploring Expedition: An Account of the Crossing of the Continent of Australia, from Cooper's Creek to Carpentaria, with Biographical Sketches of Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills
Wilson and MacKinnon, 1861 - 36 Seiten
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a-half appearance April banks billibongs blacks box forest box trees box-trees Brahe branch breakfast breeze Burke and King Burke's bushes camels channel claypans clouds cold Cooper's Creek course crested pigeons crossed the creek crows deep depot direction distance dried earthy plains Expedition feed FIELD-BOOK fire fish five a.m. five miles flat four Friday grass ground Gulf of Carpentaria gunyah half-past halted horses John Macadam journey June leaving look March Melbourne Menindie Monday morning Mount Hopeless nardoo nearly noon numerous o'clock party passed picaninnies pigeons places plant plenty polygonum porcupine grass portion pounds rain ranges reach of water remained ridges ROBERT O'HARA BURKE saltbush sand hills sand-hills sand-ridge sandy Saturday seed seemed Sept side soon started stony struck Sunday three miles Thursday tion to-day track travelled trees Tuesday vegetation Victorian Exploring Expedition watercourse waterhole weak Wednesday wind