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, originally written for the Amiga and later ported (porting) to the PC (IBM PC compatible), was published by Manaccom and not released outside of Australia. The distinctive cover art for the album was a painting by Australian artist Brett-Livingstone Strong which was hanging in Buckingham's home. It is a homage to the 19th Century French painter Henri Rousseau, emulating his colorful jungle theme works such as ''The Snake Charmer'' and ''The Repast of the Lion''. It was also used as the cover to the single release of ''Big Love'', the first single released from the album. From August 1843, local and open protest meetings were taking the place of riots. Partly due to the farmers scaling back on violent activity, and also due to the increasing presence of troop numbers. Another major factor that saw the riots reduce were the activities of a group of petty criminals masquerading as Rebecca operating from Five Roads near Llanelli. This group, led by known trouble-maker John Jones (Shoni Sguborfawr) and his associate David Davies (Dai'r Cantwr), who were eventually convicted and transported (Penal transportation) to Australia, Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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