Cow Pastures Aborigines

Cow Pastures Aborigines. ‘A Number of Natives, composed of the Families well known about Prospect and Parramatta, with some Strangers from the Cow Pastures having put themselves under the protection of the Magistrates at Parramatta, and are sit down at the Brush between Prospect and George's River, they are not to be molested in that situation; some of them having accompanied a party to apprehend the Murderers of the two Settlers and the two Stockmen.” By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, May 5, 1805. (Trove – The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, NSW: 1803-1842).