A series of essays, mostly consisting of travel writing, contributed to The Sydney Mail in 1883-1885. The period coincided with the time Thomas Browne (aka Rolf Boldrewood) spent as chairman of the Albury district Land Licensing Board, and thus many of the essays describe places in the Albury area. However, there are also descriptive essays on the New England area.
1883single work essay travel — Appears in:
The Sydney Mail,24 Novembervol.
12201883;(p. 966)An account of an early morning walk. The narrator comes across the construction of a railway, contrasts it with the bush.