Agreement between George Landells, John Driscoll, John Drakeford and John King
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Agreement between George Landells and John Driscoll, John Drakeford and John King that the three men will act as camel attendants on the passage between India and Australia, in exchange for free passage on the voyage. John King and John Drakeford went on to join the exploring expedition, though Drakeford was dismissed by Burke before the party left Menindee in New South Wales. John King was the sole survivor of the party that explored the land between Coopers Creek and the Gulf of Carpentaria.