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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Classic Australian Verse
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* Contents derived from the Noble Park, Dandenong area, Melbourne South East, Melbourne, Victoria,:Five Mile Press , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Rain in the Mountainsi"The valley's full of misty cloud,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 15)
There Is a Place in Distant Seasi"There is a place in distant seas", Richard Whately , single work poetry (p. 17-18)
The Convicts' Rum Songi"Cut yer name across me backbone,", Anonymous , single work poetry (p. 18)
Botany Bay I Botany Bayi"Farewell to old England for ever,", single work poetry (p. 19-20)
Botany Bay Courtship The Lass in the Female Factory No. I : Australian Courtshipi"The Currency Lads may fill their glasses", 'Juvenal' (fl. 1832) , single work poetry (p. 20-22)
Note: With title: The Lass in the Female Factory
Jim Jones Jim Jones at Botany Bayi"O listen for a moment, lads, and hear me tell my tale,", single work poetry (p. 22-23)
Songs of the Squatters (No.3.)i"The gum has no shade,", Robert Lowe , single work poetry satire (p. 24-26)
The Kangaroo Kangarooi"Kangaroo! Kangaroo!", Barron Field , single work poetry (p. 26-28)
Colonial Experiencei"When first I came to Sydney Cove", single work poetry (p. 29-30)
A Midsummer Noon in the Australian Bush "Not a sound disturbs the air," A Mid-Summer Noon in the Australian Foresti"Not a bird disturbs the air,", Charles Harpur , single work poetry (p. 33-34)
Solitudei"Where the mocking lyre-bird calls", A Wanderer , single work poetry (p. 35-36)
Bell-Birdsi"By channels of coolness the echoes are calling,", Henry Kendall , single work poetry (p. 37-38)
The Last of His Tribei"He crouches, and buries his face on his knees,", Henry Kendall , single work poetry (p. 39-40)
Are You the Cove?i"'Are you the Cove?' He spoke the words", Joseph Furphy , single work poetry (p. 41)
Tell Summer that I Diedi"When he was old and thin", John Shaw Neilson , single work poetry (p. 42)
Billy of Teai"You can talk of your whisky, talk of your beer,", single work poetry (p. 43)
The Bushi"Give us from dawn to dark", James Lister Cuthbertson , single work poetry (p. 44)
Where the Pelican Builds Her Nest Where the Pelican Buildsi"The horses were ready, the rails were down,", Mary Hannay Foott , single work poetry (p. 45)
Note: With title: Where the Pelican Builds Her Nest
The Shearer's Wifei"Before the glare o' dawn I rise", Louis Esson , single work poetry (p. 46)
The Never-Never Land The Never-Never Countryi"By homestead, hut, and shearing-shed,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 47-48)

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Last amended 7 Nov 2001 12:32:55