William Buckley esaped English convict in Australia Buckley was transported to Australia in as punisment for stealing cloth a charge that he denied He escaped and lived in an Aboriginal community for many years Wood engraving from Picturesque Atlas of Australasia Vol I by Andrew Garran illustrated under the supervision of Frederic B Schell Picturesque Atlas Publishing Co
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