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Issue Details: First known date: 1864... 1864 A Fragment, written by the Author of "Wanderings in Van Diemen's Land," during one of his pedestrianisms through a forest of Tasmania, 1836
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Notes

  • Epigraph: "----carmina non prins / Audita, Musarum sacerdos / ---------canto." Horace. Translated by the author in a Note on page 114 as: 'Verses not before attempted, I, the priest of the Muses, now chaunt'.
  • Epigraph: "And pleased I am no beaten road to take, / But first the way to new discoveries make." Dryden
  • The poem is in four cantos.

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Subjects:
  • Van Diemen's Land (1803-1856), Tasmania,
  • Tasmania,
  • Great Lake, Central Highlands, Tasmania,
  • Lake St Clair, Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Northwest Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Derwent River, Derwent Valley, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Mount Wellington, Hobart, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Huon River, Huon Valley, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Gordon River, Southwest Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Macquarie Harbour, Western Tasmania (including the West Coast), Tasmania,
  • Tamar River, Northeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • South Esk River, Northeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Ben Lomond, Northern Midlands, Midlands, Tasmania,
  • Tasman Peninsula, Forestier Peninsula - Tasman Peninsula area, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
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