Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Melbourne, Australia” in chapter 1.56 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
Mrs. Nichols and her little son, Phineas, six years old, with her husband, had a comfortable cabin, but she was always bitter and never appreciated our kindness.
January 25, 1865, arrived at Melbourne, Australia , and our prisoners, after being paroled, went ashore in shore boats with their effects.
Mrs. Nichols' last words were to express a hope that we would come to grief.
I cannot blame her much.
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