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The Trooper's Bivouac series - author   short story  
Note: Author appears as W. W. (MJ)
Issue Details: First known date: 1868... 1868 The Trooper's Bivouac
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Tales set on the Victorian diggings. (PB)

Includes

Buried Alive Mary Fortune , 1868 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 20 June vol. 3 no. 147 1868; (p. 681-685)
A tale narrated around a campfire near the Goulburn River to a group of mounted troopers. Langley tells of his pity for a murdress and his near-death as a result. The capture of the woman in Melbourne and her terrible death complete the story. (PB)
Barnet's Story Mary Fortune , 1868 single work short story
— Appears in: The Australian Journal , 15 August vol. 3 no. 155 1868; (p. 809-812)
A ghost, an illicit still, and a practical joke returned are the elements of this tale set on the Victorian diggings. (PB)

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