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by Jefferson Pickman Stow

ePub The voyage of the Forlorn Hope from Escape Cliffs to Champion Bay, 1865: With the author's account of the first Northern Territory settlement  of the condition of Western Australia download
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Jefferson Pickman Stow
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The Voyage Of The Forl. by. Jefferson Pickman Stow.

Originally appeared as a series of articles in Adelaide's South Australian advertiser, Aug. 21 through Sept. Limited ed. of 375 copies.

by Jefferson Pickman Stow. Published 1981 by Sullivan's Cove in Adelaide Originally appeared as a series of articles in Adelaide's South Australian advertiser, Aug.

Travel; Places: Australia, Northern Territory, Western Australia; People: Jefferson Pickman Stow (1830-1980).

Stow was the author of "South Australia: its History, Productions and Natural Resources," compiled at the request of the South Australian government for circulation at the Calcutta International Exhibition (1883), and published that year

Stow was the author of "South Australia: its History, Productions and Natural Resources," compiled at the request of the South Australian government for circulation at the Calcutta International Exhibition (1883), and published that year. It is a well written and concise manual, and has had an extensive circulation in Australia, England and India. Stow was appointed a magistrate in 1884, and in 1886 Commissioner of Insolvency, and Special and Stipendiary Magistrate at Mount Gambier, South Australia and later at Port Pirie.

Forlorn Hope was the name given by a group of seven men to an open boat in which they sailed and rowed from Adam Bay, Northern Territory to Champion Bay, Western Australia, a distance of some 2,000 miles (3,200 km) in May–August 1865.

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Stow helped form the character of the growing settlement of Adelaide, which was appreciated at the time. Judge Randolph Isham Stow (1828-1878)

Stow helped form the character of the growing settlement of Adelaide, which was appreciated at the time. Stow was twice given substantial pecuniary testimonials to which men of all sects contributed. The Stow Church at Adelaide stands as a memorial of him. Judge Randolph Isham Stow (1828-1878).

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