From the introduction:  ‘The whole five are sober youngsters – none of them drinks. Gilbert is a very jolly fellow.. O’Meally is a murderous looking scoundrel.  Ben Hall is a quiet, good looking fellow, lame one leg having been broken, he is the eldest…and the leader…Vane is a big sleepy-looking man.  Mickey Burke is small.  They seem at all times to be most thoroughly self-possessed and to understand each other perfectly…they are not likely  to quarrel.’  A fascinating A4 book, possibly a desk top publication, with black and white photos. A small part yet vital part of the romanticism of  Australia’s bushranging era of the 1860s.