Alexander Sutherland

History of Australia and New Zealand / From 1606 to 1890

  • Kirill Lastoviryahas quoted9 years ago
    Major Johnstone, with twenty-four soldiers of the New South Wales Corps, pursued them; they halted and turned round to fight, but he charged with so much determination into their midst that they were quickly routed, and fled in all directions, leaving several of their number dead on the spot. Three or four of the ringleaders were caught and hanged; the remainder returned quickly to their duty.
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