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Plates to Volume I.

                                       

Chaining over the Sand-hills



 
Frontispiece

Sketch of the Route



 
to face page

Sunset on the Murray



 
to face page 64 

Colonel Gawler's Camp on the Murray



 
65 

Ana-branch of the Darling



 
to face page 103 

Mus Conditor



 
to face page 120 

Parnari



 
165 

Lower part of the Rocky Glen



 
195 

Geological formation of the Ranges



 
241 

Part of the Northern Range



 
244 

General appearance of the Northern Ranges at their termination



 
247 

Native Village



 
to face page 254 

The Depot Glen



 
to face page 266 

Milvus Affinis



 
to face page 269 

Water Hole



 
282 

Red Hill, or Mount Poole



 
323 

Mr. Poole's Grave



 
334 

Lake Torrens



 
to face page 344 

Pond with Fish



 
365 

Native Well



 
387 

Mr. Arrowsmith has prepared a large Map of Captain Sturt's routes into the centre of Australia, from the original protractions and other official documents, now in his hands.

On this Map are delineated the whole of the details resulting from his numerous routes,—the dates marking his daily progress—the description of the country—its dip—the depressed Stony Desert, which is probably the great northern prolongation of the Torrens Basin of Mr. Eyre,—&c. &c. &c.

This Map in two sheets may be had in a cover, price 7s.

Lately published, in 2 vols. 8vo. with Eight Maps and Charts, and Fifty-seven Illustrations.

By Command of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty,

DISCOVERIES IN AUSTRALIA OF THE VICTORIA, ADELAIDE, ALBERT, AND FITZROY RIVERS, AND EXPEDITIONS INTO THE INTERIOR,

During the Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle from 1837 to 43.

ALSO

A NARRATIVE OF THE VISITS OF H. M. S. BRITOMART

TO THE

ISLANDS IN THE ARAFURA SEA.

BY CAPTAIN J. LORT STOKES, R. N.

T. & W. BOONE, Publishers, 29, New Bond Street, London.

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