Thursday, October 27, 2011

KLENSENDORLFFE'S BUSHRANGERS


I found this buried away in an old country news section of the original Australian newspaper. It involves a Mr William Klensendorlffe (1789-1861) who owned the Canberra section of land that included Kurrajong Hill (Capital Hill) today the home of Australia's Parliament. Convicts, bushrangers, theft and burglary 1839 style...

The Australian - Thursday 28 November 1839



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