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Australian Scenery. Bondi Bay single work   poetry   "WHAT troubled murmurs meet my anxious ear?"
Composed: Sydney, New South Wales,
Issue Details: First known date: 1831... 1831 Australian Scenery. Bondi Bay
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  • Editor's note: Original poetry
  • Author's note: 'Bondi Bay', distant about 5 1/2 miles due East of Sydney. The word Bondi, in the language of the Aborigines, signifies falling, and is peculiarly apposite to the continual falling of the waters at this spot.
  • 'Again describes a shipwreck - neither particularly Australian nor scenic.' - Webby

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  • Bondi Beach, Bondi, Bondi area, Sydney Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,
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