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White, Charles, 1845-1922
Title
John Vane, bushranger : being a true narrative of his career ... faithfully depicted / edited by Charles White
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FERG/1349
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Sydney : N.S.W. Bookstall, [1908]
Pages
241
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JOHN VANE BUSHRANGER 1
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John Vane, Bushranger. 5
BOOKS BY THE SAME AUTHOR. HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. 6
ILLUSTRATIONS. 7
CONTENTS. 8
PREFACE. 9
JOHN VANE, BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER I. EARLY YEARS. 11
CHAPTER II. MY FIRST LAPSE INTO CRIME.—CATTLE DUFFING ON A LARGE SCALE. 17
CHAPTER III. THE BUDDING BUSHRANGER. 21
CHAPTER IV. AN EXCITING ADVENTURE. 26
CHAPTER V. A CATTLE CHASE WITH MY CHARMER. 31
CHAPTER VI. THE CAVE PARTY AND THE POLICE. 33
CHAPTER VII. ANOTHER NARROW SQUEAK—MY BOY “TELEGRAPH.” 35
CHAPTER VIII. CHASING AND BEING CHASED. 39
CHAPTER IX. AN ADVENTURE IN THE MOUNTAINS. 43
CHAPTER X. CAPTURED AND RELEASED. 49
CHAPTER XI. HOW I JOINED BEN HALL’S GANG.—FIRST MEETING WITH GILBERT AND O’MEALLY. 53
CHAPTER XII. ATTACK UPON THE CARCOAR BANK. 58
CHAPTER XIII. ROBBING THE CALOOLA STORE.—FIRST MEETING WITH MICHAEL BURKE. 66
CHAPTER XIV. HIGHWAY ROBBERY IN EARNEST.—WORKING IN TWO DIVISIONS.—A BRUSH WITH THE POLICE. 72
CHAPTER XV. WE CAPTURE THREE POLICE MEN. 76
CHAPTER XVI. WE JOIN BEN HALL.—AN ADVENTURE WITH SIR FREDERICK POTTINGER. 78
CHAPTER XVII. REPLENISHING STORES.—EXTRACTING THE BULLET.—FINDING A HUMAN SKELETON IN THE SCRUB. 85
CHAPTER XVIII. MORE BRUSHES WITH THE POLICE.—NEARLY TRAPPED BY A DECOY. 88
CHAPTER XIX. WHOLESALE STICKING UP. 97
CHAPTER XX. A KIND WOMAN’S CONCERN. 99
CHAPTER XXI. IN A TIGHT CORNER.—HOW WE ESCAPED. 103
CHAPTER XXII. TEE FIRST MURDER.—A TEMPORARY SEVERANCE.—YOUNG LADY SYMPATHISERS. 106
CHAPTER XXIII. STORES ON THE DIGGINGS.—HOW WE STUCK THEM UP AND GOT AWAY. 112
CHAPTER XXIV. WE DISCOVER A “PLANT.” 119
CHAPTER XXV. THE RAID UPON BATHURST.—A CHALLENGE AND WHAT CAME OF IT. 123
CHAPTER XXVI. OUT WEST AGAIN.—SOME VARIED EXPERIENCES. 135
CHAPTER XXVII. THE MONEY IN A TUB.—AN INTERRUPTED SWIM.—PUGILISM IN THE CAMP. 142
CHAPTER XXVIII. A FORTNIGHT’S REST AND REFLECTION. 147
CHAPTER XXIX. THE VALE ROAD ROBBERIES.—BAFFLING THE POLICE. 151
CHAPTER XXX. BURKE AND I TRY TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY.— A PATHETIC PARTING. 157
CHAPTER XXXI. WE FEAR TREACHERY AND RETURN. 162
CHAPTER XXXII. THE FIGHT AT KEIGHTLEY’S.—DEATH OF MICK BURKE. 167
CHAPTER XXXIII. HOW I LEAVE THE GANG.—HIDING IN THE BUSH. 180
CHAPTER XXXIV. NEARLY TRAPPED. 183
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CHAPTER XXXV. I SURRENDER TO A PRIEST. 188
CHAPTER XXXVI. UNDER LOCK AND KEY IN BATHURST, 194
CHAPTER XXXVII. FIFTEEN YEARS’ HARD LABOR. 198
CHAPTER XXXVIII. ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS ON A CHAIN. 202
CHAPTER XXXIX. LIFE IN DARLINGHURST GAOL. 205
CHAPTER XL. CHUMS WITH FRANK GARDINER. 212
CHAPTER XLI. ON COCKATOO ISLAND. 224
CHAPTER XLII. FREE ONCE MORE. 228
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