The Victoria Nautical and Commercial Almanac, for

The Victoria Nautical and Commercial Almanac, for

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...and on the south by a direct line to the north end of Lake Pormbeet; and from the north end of Lake Pormbeet to the nearest part of Emu Creek, and thence by Emu Creek to its confluence with the river Hopkins. l-leytesbury.--Bounded on the north-west and north by part of the eastern boundary of the county of Villiers and the southern boundary of the county of Hampden, being the Hopkins River from its estuary to the confluence of the Emu Creek, and a line easterly to the north end of Lake Burrumbeet; thence by a line east to Lake Korangamite, by the southern shore of that lake to the mouth of the Pirron Yalloak Creek; on the east and south-east by the Pirron Yalloak Creek to its source; thence by a range to the head of the Gellibrand River, by the Gellibrand River to the sea coast; and on the south-west and west by the sea coast to the estuary of the Hopkins River. Villiers.---Bounded on the west by a line due south from the Grange Burn to the month of the Swamp Creek; thence by this creek upwards to its source by a line to the head of the western branch of the river Shaw; thence by the west branch of the river Shaw to the sea; on the south by the sea to the entrance of the river Hopkins; on the east by the said river Hopkins to the confluence of the creek above Wiselaskie's Station, and by that creek to its source; on the north by a line westward from the source of the last-named creek to the rocky extremity of the Grampians, near Mount Abrupt; thence by the principal range of the Grampians to Mount Sturgeon, and by a line south-westerly to the north-east comer of the county of Normanby, at the Grange Burn, including all the islands at Port Fairy. No1-manby.--Bounded on the north by the Grange Burn and Wannon River, until the latter...show more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 186g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236824903
  • 9781236824905