Tracks of McKinlay and party across Australia/Index

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INDEX.

Aborigines, Australian, 62—57, 303, etc.,
Adelaide River, North Australia, 80.
——— City, return to, 406.
Albert River, 29, etc.
Anlaby Hill, 99, 100.
Arnhem's Land, 37.
Auriferous Features, 317.

Baker's, Mr., station, 87, 88.
Barkly's Tableland, 28.
"Ben Bolt," trader, 394, 400.
Bierly, Mr., 400.
Binoe Creek, 352.
Blanchewater Station, 87, 88.
Bowen River, 388.
——— Township, 395, 397.
Brahe, Mr., of Burke's party, 24, 126, 388.
Broad Sound, 402, 403.
Brown's Creek, 288.
Browne Creek (W. H. Browne), 196.
——— (J. H. Browne), 276.
Buchanan Lake, or Cudgeecudgeena, 99.
——— Mr., of Anlaby, 76.
Bullenjani, a native, 107, 119, 130, 134, 137.
Burke's Creek, 266.
——— Mr., his death, 24; his grave,
Burke and Wills' Expedition in 1860-61, 20—27.
——— first to cross Australia, 3.
——— their lamentable fate, 3.
Burdekin River, 376.
——— mouth of; 397.
——— crossing on raft, 383.

Cadell Creek, 298.
Camel Lake, 96.
Camels imported into Victoria, 63.
———, qualities for Australia, 234.
Cannibalism, 55, 56, 394.
Carbine Creek, 286.
Cart, the, abandoned, 248.
Central Mount Stuart, 8.
Chambers' Pillar, natural object, 18.
———, Mr., station, 86.
Circumcision among natives, 64.
Cleveland Cape, 397.
Cloncurry River, branch of Flinders, 346.
Cooper's Creek, 21, 166, etc., etc.
Crawford, Mr., on wool growing. 36.
Cudgeecudgeena, or Lake Buchanan, 99.

"Dakoo Review," newspaper, 173.
Davis Creek, 324.
Denison, Port, 396, 399.
Desert, described by Burke, 26.
——— Howitt, 27.
Desert, described by McInlay, 216.
———, where and what it is, 44, 51, 201,
Diprotodon Australis, fossil, bones of, 15.
Dog, wild Australian, or dingo, 57, 58, 265.
Downs of Plenty, 276.

Edgecumbe Bay, 396.
Elder's Creek, 312, 319.
Elephant, Mount, 320.
Ellar Lake and Creek, 198.
———'s tier of Tabletops, 376.
Elliott's Knob, 272.
——— Mount, 391.
Emu Plains, 283, 284.
——— cooked, 321.
Escape Camp, 268.
Euro (small kangaroo), 294.
——— Range, 294.
Explorers, tributes to, 64—66.

Falconer, Dr., on the Australian dog, 67.
"Firefly," brig, with Landsborough's party, 27.
Fitzroy River, 403.
Flinder's River, 30, 348, 362.
Flood in the Stony Desert, 260.
Frank Creek, 371.

George Creek, 371.
Gilbert River, 362.
Gold, indications of, 317.
Gray, Mr., of Burke's party, 186.
———, his grave and skeleton found, 148.
Gregory traces the Barcoo to the Cooper, 5.
———'s Ranges, 367.

Ham. Mr., 400.
Hamilton River, 17.
——— Ranges, 288, 308.
Hardy's Islands, Torres Straits, 37.
Harvey and Somers' Station, 368.
Hawker's Bluff, 358.
Hay, Mount, south lat. 24°, 16.
Hodgkinson Lake, 170.
Hope Lake, or Pando, 88, 89, 94.
Hopeless, Mount, 23.
Hot wind, cause of 46.
Howitt, Mr. Alfred, rescues King, 26, 71, 72.

Jacob's, Mr., station, 86.
Jeannie Lake, 182, 183, 223.
Jessie Creek, 321.

Kadhiberri, or Lake Massacre, 149.
Kangaroo, 33, etc., etc.
Keri Keri, a hostile native, 160, 164.
——— illustration of, 164.
Kierie Creek, 97, 98.
King, Mr., sole survivor of Burke's party, 25.
Kirby Ranges, 309.
Kite, Mr. A., of Melbourne, 20.

Lake District, features of, 139, 140.
Landsborough's Expedition, 27—37.
——— on wool growing, 86.
——— camp of, passed, 344.
Leichardt, his probable fate, 281.
——— River, 313, 388.
——— Falls of the, 330, 381.

MacDonnell, Mount, 196.
McKinlay's Expedition, 37—44.
——— Lake, 178, 226.
——— River (Flinders of McKinley), 342, 362.
McPherson, Mount, 820.
Mansberg Creek, 296.
Merchant's. Mr. G., station. 98.
——— Mr. F., 94.
——— Creek, 318.
Margaret, Mount, 820.
Massacre, Lake, or Kadhiberri, 146.
Melbourne, city of, 406.
Morphet's Peak, 368.
Morrill, James, personal narrative, 390—398.
——— account of natives, 66, 342.
Mueller, Dr., on Flora of Carpentaria, 89.

Neale's River, 17.
Newspaper of the Bush, 178.
Norman River, branch of Flinders, 342.

Ornithorhyncus paradoxus, 88, 68.
Outfit of an expedition, 59—64.

Palmer, Ned. bullock driver, 96.
Pando, or Lake Hope, 88, 89, 94.
"Peruvian," wreck of, in 1846, 391.
Plains of Promise, 28.
Platypus, or Ornithorhyncus, 88, 69.
Poole's Pond, 95; Creek, 319.
Porcupine grass, or Spinifex, 16.
Port Denison, 396, 899.

Queensland Government assist in Burke Relief Expeditions, 78.
Quartz reefs, auriferous, 317.

Ranger's Creek, 276.
Rockhampton, 400, 408.

Sarah's Range, 316.
Scott's Range, 283, 284.
Selleim, Mr., 398.
Sheep, their qualities for travel, 284.
Sir Richard, Lake, 198, 206.
Siva Lake, or Perigundi, 96, 101.
Somers, Mr., 398.
South Australian Government fits out Burke Relief Expedition, 4.
Spinifex Grass (Triodia pungens), 16.
Springs, remarkable volcanic, etc., 14.
Strangways, Lake, 197.
Strathmore Station, 398.
Strzlecki Creek, 160, 166.
Stuart's expeditions, in 1858—1862, 4—20,
——— Creek, 387.
——— Central Mount, 9.
Sturt's Ponds, 197.
——— Pigeons, 326, 231, etc.
Sydney city and harbour, 499.

Thompson River, 30.
Tottle Greek, 77.
Trouton, Captain, 409.
Trussaint, Mr., 398.

Upstart, Cape, 397.

Van Diemen's Gulf, reached by Stuart, 10.
Victoria Government fits out Burke Relief Expeditions, 4.
——— steamer sent to River Albert, Gulf of Carpentaria, 4.

Walker's Expedition, 4, 99, 72.
Wantula Depôt, 97, 102.
Warburton's Creek 308.
Warren's tier of Tabletops, 276.
Waterhouse, Mr., naturalist to Stuart's last expedition, 12.
Wickham River (Burdekin), 397.
Wildash, Mount, 358.
William Creek, 323.
Williams' Creek, 318.
——— Messrs., station on Darling, 91.
Willow Greek, 82.
Wills, Mr., his death, 26; his grave, 165.
Wright, Mr., of Burke's party, 24.
Wylde, Mount, 208.

York Peninsula, a tropical region, 97.

 
 

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