Mr. Macgillivray afterwards examined the inside of the pile, and found human bones belonging to more than one individual, but no complete skeleton, nor even an entire skull.
Immediately south of Cape York Island the land rises into a pretty-sharply-peaked hill, called Bremer Peak, which is 420 feet high. Immediately to the eastward of this is a shallow recess or bay, with a small rocky patch above water in the centre of it, about a mile from the shore. The bay is surrounded by a flat sandy beach, at the back of which is a belt of jungle composed of many kinds of broad-leaved trees, and one or two species of palm. Behind this