Lindigo, the White Woman

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Lindigo, the White Woman  (1866) 
by Angus McLean

LINDIGO,

THE WHITE-WOMAN;

OR,

THE HIGHLAND GIRL'S CAPTIVITY AMONG
THE AUSTRALIAN BLACKS.


By ANGUS McLEAN.




"AN CHAILIN DILEAS."




Melbourne:
H. T. D WIGHT,
NEAR PARLIAMENT HOUSES.


MDCCCLXVI.

MELBOURNE:
WALKER, MAY AND CO., PRINTERS,
99 BOURKE STREET WEST.

Contents

Chapter I — An Awkward Introduction
Chapter II — The Fairies Spiriting Away the Venison
Chapter III — Stopping Up the West
Chapter IV — The First Letter
Chapter V — The Bonfire
Chapter VI — The Proposal
Chapter VII — How to Cure Highland Girls' Love for Englishmen
Chapter VIII — John Lom's Farewell to his Father's Cotters
Chapter IX — Fighting Jack
Chapter X — Mademoiselle Dupont
Chapter XI — A Joyfull Surprise
Chapter XII — A Turkey Cock Mistaken for a Colonel
Chapter XIII — Meeting at the Theatre
Chapter XIV — The Shipwreck
Chapter XV — Pamul the Maori Girl
Chapter XVI — The Confession
Chapter XVII — The Free Pardon
Chapter XVIII — Chasing the Bushrangers
Chapter XIX — The Capture
Chapter XX — Charlie Discovers New Country
Chapter XXI — A Joyful Discovery
Chapter XXII — The White Captive
Chapter XXIII — Matoka, the Warrigal Youth
Chapter XXIV — A welcome Stranger
Chapter XXV — The Rescue
Chapter XXVI — The Major Hard Pressed
Chapter XXVII — Caught on the Spree
Chapter XXVIII — Corroboree in the Highlands
Chapter XIX — A General Muster