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Robert Lynd Robert Lynd i(A7499 works by) (a.k.a. R. Lynd; B. Lynd)
Born: Established: 1800 ; Died: Ceased: 24 Sep 1851 Auckland, Auckland (Region), North Island,
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New Zealand,
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Pacific Region,

Gender: Male
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Robert Lynd was barrack-master of the 63rd Regiment. He wrote Leichhardt's Grave, a premature lament set to music, for his friend, explorer Ludwig Leichhardt, who was presumed to have died. On 25 March 1846, Leichhardt and members of his expedition returned alive to Sydney.

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