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The Progress of Australasia in the Nineteenth Century - Page 4
by Sir Timothy Augustine Coghlan, Thomas T. Ewing - 1903 - 468 pages
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The Wealth and Progress of New South Wales, Issue 8, Volume 1

T. A. Coghlan - New South Wales - 1895
...out in the Roebuck in 1699 to further proseDISCOVERIES OF DAMPIER AND COOK. 3 cute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...devoid of animals, the only one of any importance somewhat resembling a racoon, a strange creature, which advanced by great bounds or leaps instead of...
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The Wealth and Progress of New South Wales

T. A. Coghlan - New South Wales - 1897
...voyage, which resulted in his being sent out in the Roebuck in 1699 to further prosecute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...have landed in several places in search of water. rfis account of the country was quite as unfavourable as Pelsart's. He described it as barren and sterile,...
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Official Year Book of New South Wales, Volume 11

New South Wales - 1897
...exploration of the coast fo about 900 miles — from Shark Bay to Dampier's Archipelago, and thene to Roebuck Bay. He appears to have landed in several places in searct of water. His account of the country was quite as unfavourable a Pelsart's. He described it...
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Official Year Book of New South Wales

New South Wales - 1896
...out in the Roebuck in 1699 to further proseDISCOVERIES OF DAHPIEIl AND COOK. 3 cute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...devoid of animals, the only one of any importance somewhat resembling a racoon, ;i strange creature, which advanced by great bounds or leaps instead...
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Official Year Book of New South Wales

New South Wales - 1896
...out in the Roebuck in 1699 to further proseDISCOVERIES OF DAMPIEB AND COOK. 3 cute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...appears to have landed in several places in search iter. His account of the country was quite as unfavourable as Pelsart's. He described it as barren...
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The wealth and progress of New South Wales

1896
...which resulted in his being sent out in the Itoebuck in 1G99 to further prosecute liis discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about 900 miles—from Shark Bay to Dampier's Archipelago, and thence to Roebuck Bay. He appears to have landed...
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The Official Year Book of New South Wales, Volume 12

New South Wales - 1900
...voyage, which resulted in his being sent out in the Roebuck in 1699 to further prosecute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...Bay to Dampier's Archipelago, and thence to Roebuck lïay. He appears to have landed in several places in search of water. His account of the country was...
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A Statistical Account of Australia and New Zealand, Volume 9

New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics - New South Wales - 1902
...which resulted in his being sent out in the "Roebuck" in 1699 to further prosecute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...Archipelago, and thence to Roebuck Bay. He appears to have lauded in several places in search of water. His account of the country was quite as unfavourable as...
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A statistical account of Australia and New Zealand

New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics, New South Wales. Statistician - History - 1902
..."Roebuck "in 1699 to further prose.te his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for erous House of the Parliament DÌ water. His account of the country was quite as unfavourable as Pelsaert's. He described it as barren...
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A Statistical Account of Australia and New Zealand, Volume 11

New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics - New South Wales - 1904
...which resulted in his being sent out in the "Roebuck" in 1699 to further prosecute his discoveries. To him we owe the exploration of the coast for about...account of the country was quite as unfavourable as Pelsaert's. He described it as barren and sterile, and almost devoid of animals, the only one of any...
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