Journal Of An Overland Expedition In Australia, By Ludwig Leichhardt




















































































































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I Take This Opportunity Of Publicly Expressing My Most Sincere Thanks To These Gentlemen, For The Generous Assistance They Have Afforded Me On This Occasion, And For The Warm Interest Which They Have Been Kind Enough To Take In The Success Of My Approaching Enterprise.

LUDWIG LEICHIJARDT. SYDNEY, September 29th, 1846.

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I LEAVE THE LAST STATION - FOSSIL REMAINS - DARLING DOWNS - ENTER THE WILDERNESS - WATERLOO PLAINS - THE CONDAMINE - HEAVY RAINS - CHARLEY'S MISCONDUCT - MURPHY AND CALEB LOST - KENT'S LAGOON - COAL - MURPHY AND CALEB FOUND AGAIN.

CHAPTER II PARTY REDUCED BY THE RETURN OF MR. HODGSON AND CALEB - MEET FRIENDLY NATIVES - NATIVE TOMB - THE DAWSON - VERVAIN PLAINS - GILBERT'S RANGE - LYND'S RANGE - ROBINSON'S CREEK - MURPHY'S LAKE - MOUNTAINOUS COUNTRY - EXPEDITION RANGE - MOUNT NICHOLSON - ALDIS'S PEAK - THE BOYD.

CHAPTER III RUINED CASTLE CREEK - ZAMIA CREEK - BIGGE'S MOUNTAIN - ALLOWANCE OF FLOUR REDUCED - NATIVES SPEAR A HORSE - CHRISTMAS RANGES - BROWN'S LAGOONS - THUNDER-STORMS - ALBINIA DOWNS - COMET CREEK - NATIVE CAMP.

CHAPTER IV SWARMS OF COCKATOOS - ALLOWANCE OF FLOUR FURTHER REDUCED - NATIVE FAMILY - THE MACKENZIE - COAL - NATIVES SPEAKING A DIFFERENT IDIOM - MOUNT STEWART - BROWN AND MYSELF MISS THE WAY BACK TO THE CAMP - FIND OUR PARTY AGAIN, ON THE FOURTH DAY - NEUMAN'S CREEK - ROPER'S PEAK - CALVERT'S PEAK - GILBERT'S DOME - GREAT WANT OF WATER.

CHAPTER V DIFFERENCE OF SOIL AS TO MOISTURE - PHILLIPS'S MOUNTAIN - ALLOWANCE OF FLOUR REDUCED AGAIN - HUGHS'S CREEK - TOMBSTONE CREEK - CHARLEY AND BROWN BECOME UNRULY - THE ISAACS - NATIVE WOMEN - COXEN'S PEAK AND RANGE - GEOLOGICAL CHARACTER - CHARLEY REBELS AGAIN AND LEAVES - BROWN FOLLOWS HIM - BOTH RETURN PENITENT - VARIATIONS OF THE WEATHER - SKULL OF NATIVE - FRIENDLY NATIVES VISIT THE CAMP.

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