Coom>ap and Cueftiap’j* I* ost s. LONDON, Nov

... feveral VelTeU that IBand. No. 3* View of the N E Side of Terra del Fuego, with three oth« Views. No. 4. A Branch of the Bread Fruit Tree. No. A Houfe for depofiting the Dead, and the Perfwk who perform* the Ceremony, No. 6. A Chart of tho Idand Otaheitc ...

Published: Saturday 04 December 1773
Newspaper: Newcastle Chronicle
County: Tyne and Wear, England
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CANLRAL

... of the fame. The SHAWL was imported, amnngll other curiofities, from Otaheitc. Queen Obcreia’s Niece, in climbing up bread Fruit Tree, had the misfortune to/«//. (a) [Not the fir young Lady that has made afalfe Hep] This accident occaftoned the dillocation ...

LONDON, (Thurfday) May io

... barked. A Ship of War is now fitting out for the Purpofe of being fcnt to Otaheite, in order to convey Plants of the Bread Fruit Tree to the Weft-India Jftands. It isto contain a complete Apparatus of a Hot-Houfe, and a Botanift and Gardener are to aeoompany ...

Published: Thursday 10 May 1787
Newspaper: Derby Mercury
County: Derbyshire, England
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LONDON, May io

... Thoufand Pounds. A Ship of War is now fitting out for the Purpofe of being to Otahcite, in Order to convey Plants the Bread Fruit Tree to the Weft India Iflands. It is to contain a complete Apparatus of Hot-Houfc, and a Botanift and Gardener are to accompany ...

Published: Saturday 12 May 1787
Newspaper: Oxford Journal
County: Oxfordshire, England
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???r. Gilbert informed the Houfe Commons iter day, that the feveral Reports and Papers relpeeling the Pool Laws ..

... Towns, &c. A Ship War is now fitting out for the Furpofe Of being lent to Otaheite, in Order to convey Plants Of the Bread Fruit Tree to the Welt-India Iflands. It is to contain a complete Apparatus of Hot-Houfe, and Botanilt and Gatdentr are to accompany ...

Published: Saturday 12 May 1787
Newspaper: Northampton Mercury
County: Northamptonshire, England
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Published: Thursday 17 May 1787
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 432 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

. fli» Grace the Norfolk, whofe diforder had an alarming appearance, has, fince Saturday lad, been recovering ..

... to the iflands of St. Vincent’s and Jamaica, the growing plants that valuable produlHun of the vegetable kingdom, the BREAD FRUIT TREE, indigenous to that ifland, and to Jeveral the other ijUs in the South Seat. Bounty, Simon’s Bay, in False Ray, (Cape ...

Advices from Berlin mention, that the Liegois and the Belgic States have concluded Treaty of Alliance, ..

... ived hy the Admiralty of a Mutiny board the Bounty Sloop, which was lent to the South-Sea Iflands for Plants of the Bread Fruit - Tree. Mr. Chriftian, the Mate, Co.ifpired with the Crew, and having fecured Lieut. Bligh, who had the Command, they put him ...

Published: Saturday 20 March 1790
Newspaper: Northampton Mercury
County: Northamptonshire, England
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Sunday and Tuesday's Post

... accounts, received by the Admiralty a mutiny on board the Bounty Hoop, which was fent to the South Sea IfVnds for plants the bread fruit tree. Mr. Chriftian, the mate, with the crew, and having fecured Lieutenant who had the command, they put him and thirteen ...

Published: Saturday 20 March 1790
Newspaper: Norfolk Chronicle
County: Norfolk, England
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(houlcl be found impra&lcabte for the two unite in this bufinefs,' be fell himfelf bound | his fupport to that

... Bounty failed from England to effect has been aM, to this (hip ; two Botaoills are to embark in f the prefervation of the bread fruit tree. . The Economy, of Sunderland, a large the coal trade, of 700 tons burthen, which ! 1 off Margate a few days fince, has ...

Published: Friday 27 August 1790
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
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SOMETHINO to ADVANTAGE

... failed from England jto effcft ha* been conflgncd to this Clip ; two Botaniils' are to In her, for the prefervation of the bread fruit tree*. 14. The States-Gcncr&l have pafled law, by which the farmers are obliged to have their flax properly Twinged, and keep ...

Published: Saturday 28 August 1790
Newspaper: The Ipswich Journal
County: Suffolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 1882 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

L 0 N D O N, NovEMi-m t

... Conft, 'Tbi - Servlc 5 ■•iK.vted. Capl. Migh will pnrfuc lis Wage toOtaheitc, ulere i.c wid once ntoic take in tiic bread- Fruit Tree*, in ...

Published: Saturday 05 November 1791
Newspaper: Oxford Journal
County: Oxfordshire, England
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