Jerilderie letter

/dʒəˌrɪldəri ˈlɛtə/ (say juh.rilduhree 'letuh)

noun
a document written by Australian bushranger Ned Kelly in or before 1879 relating his version of his gang's activities and citing the injustices against which that he was fighting.
{named after the town of Jerilderie; during his raid of this town in 1879 Kelly tried unsuccessfully to get the letter published as a pamphlet}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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