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CHAPTER XII  HEAPS OF OYSTER-SHELLS - FALSE ALARM OF A NATIVE IN THE
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CHAPTER XII HEAPS OF OYSTER-SHELLS - FALSE ALARM OF A NATIVE IN THE CAMP - TURNER'S CREEK - WENTWORTH'S CREEK - JOURNALS LOST;

FOUND AGAIN - THE VAN ALPHEN - IMPORTANCE OF TEA - CHOICE OF BULLOCKS FOR AN EXPEDITION - CHOICE OF A DOG - THE CALVERT

- THE ABEL TASMAN - GLUCKING BIRD AGAIN - DISCOVER A MODE OF USING THE FRUIT OF THE PANDANUS - SEVEN EMU RIVER - CROCODILE - THE ROBINSON - SHOAL OF PORPOISES - NATIVE METHOD OF PREPARING THE FRUIT OF THE PANDANUS AND CYCAS FOR FOOD - MR. ROPER CONVALESCENT - WEAR AND TEAR OF CLOTHES - SUCCEED IN DRESSING THE SEEDS OF STERCULIA - THE MACARTHUR - FRIENDLY PARLEY WITH CIRCUMCISED NATIVES - STORE OF TEA EXHAUSTED - MEDICAL PROPERTY OF THE GREVILLEA DISCOVERED.

CHAPTER XIII CAPE MARIA - OBLIGED TO LEAVE A PORTION OF OUR COLLECTION OF NATURAL HISTORY - LIMMEN BIGHT RIVER - HABITS OF WATER BIRDS - NATIVE FISH TRAP - THE FOUR ARCHERS - THE WICKHAM - THE DOG DIES - IMMENSE NUMBER OF DUCKS AND GEESE - THE ROPER - THREE HORSES DROWNED - OBLIGED TO LEAVE A PORTION OF MY BOTANICAL COLLECTION - MORE INTERCOURSE WITH FRIENLDY NATIVES, CIRCUMCISED - HODGSON'S CREEK - THE WILTON - ANOTHER HORSE DROWNED - ANXIETY ABOUT OUR CATTLE - AN ATTACK ON THE CAMP FRUSTRATED - BOILS - BASALT AGAIN - INJURIOUS EFFECTS OF THE SEEDS OF AN ACACIA.

CHAPTER XIV INTERVIEW WITH A NATIVE - DISTRESSING HEAT - A HORSE STAKED: IT DIES - MYRIADS OF FLYING-FOXES - MAGNIFICENT VALLEY - FRIENDLY NATIVES - SHOT EXHAUSTED - INSTINCT OF BULLOCKS - SOUTH ALLIGATOR RIVER - FRIENDLY NATIVES WITH AN ENGLISH HANDKERCHIEF, AND ACQUAINTED WITH FIRE-ARMS - THEIR LANGUAGE - MIRAGE.

CHAPTER XV JOY AT MEETING NATIVES SPEAKING SOME ENGLISH - THEY ARE VERY FRIENDLY - ALLAMURR - DISCERNMENT OF NATIVE SINCERITY - EAST ALLIGATOR RIVER - CLOUDS OF DUST MISTAKEN FOR SMOKE - IMPATIENCE TO REACH THE END OF THE JOURNEY - NATIVES STILL MORE INTELLIGENT - NYUALL - BUFFALOES; SOURCE FROM WHICH THEY SPRUNG - NATIVE GUIDES ENGAGED; BUT THEY DESERT US - MOUNT MORRIS BAY - RAFFLES BAY - LEAVE THE PACKHORSE AND BULLOCK BEHIND - BILL WHITE - ARRIVE AT PORT ESSINGTON - VOYAGE TO SYDNEY. APPENDIX LETTER FROM THE COLONIAL SECRETARY TO DR.

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