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" The scene was different from anything I had ever before witnessed, either in New South Wales or elsewhere. A land so inviting, and still without inhabitants! As I stood, the first European intruder on the sublime solitude of these verdant plains, as yet... "
Twenty Years Experience in Australia: Being the Evidence of Disinterested ... - Page 107
de John Marshall - 1839 - 136 pages
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Australia: Its History and Present Condition ...

William Pridden - 1843 - 406 pages
...I stood," continues the explorer, warming with the thoughts of his discovery, " the first European intruder on the sublime solitude of these verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks or herds, I felt conscious of being the harbinger of mighty changes ; and that our steps...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 4

Douglas Jerrold - 1846 - 606 pages
...and the best.' And again, he says, ' The splendid and extensive scene was different from any thing I had ever before witnessed either in New South Wales...inhabitants. As I stood, the first intruder on the sublime solitudes of these verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks and herds, I felt conscious of being...
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Five Years' Experience in Australia Felix: Comprising a Short Account of Its ...

George Henry Haydon, Henry Hainsselin - 1846 - 188 pages
...and the best." And again, he says, " the splendid and extensive scene was different from any thing I had ever before witnessed either in New South Wales...inhabitants. As I stood, the first intruder on the sublime solitudes of these verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks and herds, I felt conscious of being...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 4

Douglas Jerrold - 1846 - 598 pages
...and the best,' And again," he. says, ' The splendid and extensive scene was different from any thing I had ever before witnessed either in New South Wales...inhabitants. As I stood, the first intruder on the sublime solitudes of these verdnnt plains, as yet untouched by flocks an<t herds, I felt conscious of being...
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The History of Discovery in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand ..., Volume 1

William Howitt - 1865 - 450 pages
...green in the morning sun. To this mount he gave the name of Pyramid Hill, and observes : — " The scene was different from anything I had ever before...still without inhabitants ! As I stood, the first European intruder on the sublime solitude of those verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks or herds,...
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The Progress of Australasia in the Nineteenth Century

Timothy Augustine Coghlan, Thomas T. Ewing - 1903 - 504 pages
...fair specimen of the enthusiasm with which this goodly country inspired him. " The scene," he says, " was different from anything I had ever before witnessed,...solitude of these verdant plains as yet untouched by flocks and herds, I felt conscious of being the harbinger of mighty changes there; for our steps...
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1797-1854

Henry Gyles Turner - 1904 - 474 pages
...plains was exceedingly beautiful, as they shone fresh and green in the light of a fine morning. The scene was different from anything I had ever before...solitude of these verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks or herds, I felt conscious of being the harbinger of mighty changes there; for our steps...
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Australia in the making

William Henry Fitchett - 1913 - 430 pages
...plains was exceedingly beautiful, as they shone fresh and green in the light of a fine morning. The scene was different from anything I had ever before...solitude of these verdant plains as yet untouched by flocks or herds, I felt conscious of being the harbinger of mighty changes there; for our steps...
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A Short History of Australia

Ernest Scott - 1925 - 432 pages
...and golden glory before his eyes, and was to be the first to traverse it. ' As I stood,' he wrote, ' the first intruder on the sublime solitude of these verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks and herds, I felt conscious of being the harbinger of mighty changes there ; for our steps...
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A Story of the Australian People

Karl Reginald Cramp - 1927 - 276 pages
...delightful prospect of a magnificent country which he described in the following glowing terms : "The scene was different from anything I had ever before...solitude of these verdant plains, as yet untouched by flocks or herds, I felt conscious of being the harbinger of many changes there ; for our steps would...
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