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David Landsborough, naturalist and writer.
He was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, about the yearcame to Australia when a young man, and took up land in the New England district of New South Wales. The country was unsuitable for sheep and Landsborough was obliged to abandon it and find employment.
When gold was discovered inLandsborough went to the diggings and had some success. He was on the land again in in Queensland, and in going farther north found fine pastoral country at the head of the Thomson River.
Bad seasons, however, resulted in his losing all his pastoral interests in He did some exploring, and traced the Gregory and Herbert rivers to their sources, and in August was placed in charge of an expedition to search for Burke q.
His vessel went ashore on the way but was refloated, and on 1 October the party of four whites and four aborigines arrived at the mouth of the Albert River with 25 out of their 30 horses.
Landsborough started on 16 November in the direction of Central Mount Stuart, but little water could be found and, deciding to return, he arrived at his depot towards the end of January On 10 February he started his journey to the south and was fortunate in finding well-grassed country.
In the middle of March he was following the Flinders, but finding he was getting too far to the east, struck south to the Barcoo, known lower down as Cooper's Creek. Stores began to run short and had Landsborough known that Howitt q.
He decided to go to the south and on 21 May arrived at the Messrs Williams' station about miles north of Melbourne. Obtaining provisions the party set out for the Darling some miles distant, from it they went to Menindie and thence to Melbourne.
After an absence of two years Landsborough returned to Australia and in became a member of the Queensland legislative council for one session.
Towards the end of that year he was appointed police magistrate for the district of Burke.
Finding Burketown extremely unhealthy he made Sweers Island his headquarters and from there did much local exploring. In Junehe was made inspector of brands for the Moreton district and held this position for the remainder of his life. He died there on 16 March He married a daughter of Captain Rennie who died from fever contracted at Burketown.
Landsborough, who was survived by a family of children, was a brave and capable pioneer and explorer. It has been suggested that he gave up his search for Burke and Wills too early, but some members of his party had fallen sick and he was running short of food.
The Brisbane Courier, 17 March ; J.
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