Swan Hill, 13 July 1861.
19 July 1861, page 4.
A despatch from Mr Howitt, dated Swan Hill, Saturday, July 13, was read to the meeting. It stated that Mr Howitt would leave Swan Hill at noon.
One of the party remaining to bring forward any letters which might arrive by the mail that day, and that he should proceed without delay towards Menindie, by way of Balranald.
Note on provenance from Burke and Wills Web:
This despatch does not appear to have been transcribed or published in the press and the original has not survived, so its contents are unknown.