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" The laboratory and sick tents were erected, and, I am sorry to say, were soon filled with patients afflicted with the true camp dysentery and the scurvy. More pitiable objects were perhaps never seen. Not a comfort or convenience could be got for them,... "
Tales of Old Travel - Página 329
por Henry Kingsley - 1869 - 368 páginas
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Tales of old travels, re-narrated

Henry Kingsley - 1869
...liberally rewarded with fish, which seemed to please them, and give general satisfaction. " 2<)th. — A convenient place for the cattle being found, the...use of the hospital is to be established. " February 1st. — We had the most tremendous thunder and lightning,* with heavy rain, I ever remember to have...
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History of New South Wales from the Records, Volumen1

George Burnett Barton - 1889
...conceiving that something in the shape of a formal report was expected * Journal, p. 122. He adds : — " The sick have increased since our landing to such...marked out, and artificers already employed on it. From which it would appear that M. l''Tou was misinformed when he stated that a hospital had been brought...
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Buried Alive: Sydney 1788-1792 : Eyewitness Accounts of the Making of a Nation

Jack Egan - 1999 - 351 páginas
...enclosed for the purpose of raising vegetables for them . . . The sick have increased since our landing 16 to such a degree that a spot for a general hospital...marked out and artificers already employed on it. Collins The tents for the sick were placed on the west side, and it was observed with concern that...
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The Birth of Sydney

Tim Fridtjof Flannery - 2000 - 349 páginas
...see more 'pitiable objects' over the coming months than he could have imagined. 29 January 1788 — A convenient place for the cattle being found, the...for the use of the hospital is to be established. WILLIAM BRADLEY The Ladies Kept Their Distance Surveying the harbour, William Bradley, first lieutenant...
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Navy and the Nation: The Influence of the Navy on Modern Australia

David Stevens, John Reeve - 2005 - 464 páginas
...seen. Not a comfort or a convenience could be got for them, besides the very few we had with us ... The sick have increased since our landing to such...to raise such vegetables as can be produced at this time of the year; and where a permanent garden for the hospital can be established.16 By 18 February,...
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Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales, Volumen1

John White - 2004 - 299 páginas
...year. The fick have increafed fince our landing to fuch a degree, that a fpot for a general hofpital has been marked out, and artificers already employed on it. A proper fpot, contiguous to the hofpital, has been chofen, to raife fuch vegetables as can be produced at this...
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