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Definition of Bushranging
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Bushranging
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1. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"bushranging and Convict Life Owing to the circumstances of its colonization, Australia has proved prolific in novels of convict life and of bushranging, ..."
2. The Story of the Australian Bushrangers by George Boxall (1902)
"bushranging in the Wild Paroo; A Raid into South Australia ; A Relic of the bushranging Era; Agitation for the Release of Gardiner; Official Reports as to ..."
3. The Progress of Australasia in the Nineteenth Century by Timothy Augustine Coghlan, Thomas T. Ewing (1903)
"Even before Collins died bushranging had become a pest, and to such an extent did it prevail that agriculture was greatly impeded. ..."
4. Fifty Years in the Making of Australian History by Henry Parkes (1892)
"... bushranging—COWPER'S DIFFICULTIES AND INCONSISTENCIES IN FINANCE—MY ASSOCIATION WITH SIR JAMES MARTIN. I REMAINED in England until late in October, ..."