Journal Of An Overland Expedition In Australia, By Ludwig Leichhardt




















































































































 -  My readers will, therefore, readily understand why Brown's
joyous exclamation of Salt Water! was received by a loud hurrah from - Page 310
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My Readers Will, Therefore, Readily Understand Why Brown's Joyous Exclamation Of "Salt Water!" Was Received By A Loud Hurrah From

The whole party; and why all the pains, and fatigues, and privations we had endured, were, for the moment, forgotten,

Almost as completely as if we had arrived at the end of the journey.

July 6. - remained in camp the whole of this day, to rest the poor animals, which had been much fatigued by our last long stage. Charley shot a duck (Malacorhynchus membranaceus); and he, Brown, and John Murphy, went to the salt water to angle. My expectations, however, of catching fish in the salt water, and of drying them, were sadly disappointed. The whole amount of their day's work was, a small Silurus, one mullet, and some small guard-fish.

The weather continued fine, the forenoon usually very hot, but the air was cooled in the afternoon by a south-west breeze; the nights were clear and rather cold.

When I left Moreton Bay, I had taken a spare set of horse-shoes with me for every horse. They were shod at our leaving the Downs, but they soon lost their shoes; and, as our stages were short, and the ground soft, I did not think it necessary to shoe them again. In travelling along the Burdekin, however, and the upper Lynd, they became very foot-sore; but still there was a sufficient change of good country to allow them to recover; I had been frequently inclined to throw the spare shoes away, but they had as often been retained, under the impression that they might be useful, when we came to the gulf, to barter with the natives for food, particularly for fish.

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