CAPTN

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CAPTNChild and Adolescent Psychiatry Trials Network
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This Summer the exploring party, which has been on the other side of the Mountains to the number of 100 under Captn. Hawkins, cross over to this side & survey the boundary line.
1755 Carte de l'Amerique septentrionale 1784 A general chart NSW exhibiting the discoveries made by Captn. James Cook in this and his two preceeding voyages, with the tracks of the ships under his command 1794 Chart of the coast where a North West Passage was attempted ...
(13) Robert Burns, 'Epistle to Captn Wallm Logan at Park--', in Poems and Songs, I, 300-02 (p.
The Captn refuses to take him on his own account, in my opinion sensibly enough, the government will never in all human probability take any notice of him; I therefore have resolvd to take him.
I have enclosed in one of the Cases 2 works that I have taken the liberty of purchase on your behalf they were offered for sale to one by a chairman of the late Hon East India Company, one is a large work on the Ganges Canal (unpublished) + the other is the original set of 120 Photographs taken by Captn. Grant who accompanied Captn.
"The Part I took in Defence of Captn. Preston and the Soldiers," he wrote in his diary, "procured me Anxiety, and Obloquy enough.
On November 20th, Norton records the arrival of "Captn Keel'Clees" who he identifies as the leader he had been waiting so long for.
Columbia, Md.-based Captn's Pack Products is introducing five items under the Captn's Pack label: Breaded Butterfly Shrimp, Breaded Torpedo Shrimp, Bangkok Firecracker Shrimp/Hot & Spicy, Shrimp Delight Combo and Shrimp Wonton Soup.
Reeve after Captn Dillon, a pair, coloured aquatints, framed (two pieces) (41)
I first knew Captn Crookshanks from Mr Kirke's publication of the Minutes & Proceedings of his Court Martial Lond.
The table has ivory panels inscribed - "Part of HMS Resolution", "Sacred to the name of Captn. Cook" and "Deriving worth from Cook's illustrious name".
Made of the Spear that killed Captn. Cook R.N.'' on a silver band, and has been valued at between pounds 1,000 and pounds 2,000.