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" No. 6.—-Started at twenty minutes to nine, having loaded our only camel, Rajah, with the most necessary and useful articles, and packed up a small swag each of bedding and clothing for our own shoulders. We kept on the right bank of the creek for about... "
Robert O'Hara Burke and the Australian Exploring Expedition of 1860... - Page 127
by Andrew Jackson - 1862 - 229 pages
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 37

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Legislation - 1862
...very favourable. [Meteorological note follows.] Wednesday, 1st May. — From Camp VI. Started at 20 minutes to nine, having loaded our only camel, Rajah,...camp to the left, where we got on a path running due west, the creek having turned to the N. Following the path, we crossed an open juain, and then sand-ridges,...
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A Successful Exploration Through the Interior of Australia: From Melbourne ...

William John Wills - Australia - 1863 - 396 pages
...favourable. [Meteorological note follows.] " From Camp No. 6. " Wednesday, 1st May, 1861.— Started at 8'40, having loaded our only camel, Rajah, with the most...camp to the left, where we got on a path running due west, the creek having turned to the north. Following the path we crossed an open plain, and then some...
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Dead Reckoning: Great Adventure Writing from the Golden Age of Exploration ...

Helen Whybrow - History - 2003 - 566 pages
...for which process the weather is not very favourable. Wednesday, May 1 From Camp No. 6.—-Started at twenty minutes to nine, having loaded our only...camp to the left, where we got on a path running due west, the creek having turned to the N. Following the path, we crossed an open plain, and then sand-ridges,...
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Dead Reckoning: Tales of the Great Explorers, 1800-1900

Helen Whybrow - History - 2005 - 566 pages
...meat, for which process the weather is not very favourable. Wednesday, May I From Camp No. 6.—Started at twenty minutes to nine, having loaded our only camel, Rajah, with the most necessary and uselul articles, and packed up a small swag each of bedding and clothing for our own shoulders. We...
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