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  Hunter John (governor) - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hunter, John (anatomist) (1728-1793), British anatomist and surgeon, born in Long Calderwood, Scotland, and educated at the University of Oxford....
Vice-Admiral John Hunter, RN (29 August 1737 13 March 1821) was a British naval officer and colonial administrator who succeeded Arthur Phillip as the second governor of New South Wales, Australia...
HUNTER, JOHN (1737-1821), admiral and governor, was born on 29 August 1737 at Leith, the port of Edinburgh, one of at least nine children of William Hunter, a shipmaster, and Helen, née Drummond...
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  John Hunter (New South Wales) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Captain John Hunter (1737– to 1821) was a British naval officer and colonial administrator who succeeded Arthur Phillip as the second governor of New South Wales, Australia from 1795 to 1800.
Hunter was born in Leith, Scotland in 1737.
Hunter's years as governor were difficult due to a power struggle between military and civil authorities in New South Wales.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Hunter_(New_South_Wales)   (461 words)

 NEW SOUTH WALES - LoveToKnow Article on NEW SOUTH WALES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
New South Wales is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the E., by Queensland on the N., by South Australia on the W. and by Victoria on the S. It lies between 28 and 38 S. lat., and 141 and 154 E. long.
South of Sydney the rivers are of less importance; the principal is the Shoalhaven, 260 m.
In the extreme south-east of New South Wales, at the head of the Genoa river, are sandstones with Archaeopleris howilti, which are an extension of the Lower Devonian beds of Victoria; while farther to the east, at Eden and Twofold Bay, are Upper Devonian sandstones.
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 Newcastle, New South Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Situated 160 km north of Sydney, on the mouth of the Hunter River, it is the predominant city within the Hunter Valley region, a significant coal shipping centre and Australia's largest provincial city (that is, the largest city that is not the capital of a state or territory).
Along with Hunter Health, TAFE and the schools, the University is one of the largest employers in the region.
The south western suburbs are left out, as the STA bus coverage is only about 3/4 of the metro area, therefore, people who live in the southern suburbs have a lot of trouble getting around without cars as local buses generally finish by 6pm and the train service ends at 11.30 pm.
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 John Hunter (www.whonamedit.com)
Hunter, youngest of the ten children of John and Agnes Hunter, - the «Hunters of Hunterstown» - as the small settlement of Long Calderwood, near Glasgow, belonged to the Hunters.
John was said to be of some embarrassment to his brother because of his inability to express himself and his lack of formal education.
Hunter made numerous preparations from material brought to the dissecting room, obtained at postmortem examination, or from chance supply, such as the grampus caught at the mouth of the Thames in 1759 and conveyed to Westminster Bridge on a barge.
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 John Hunter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Hunter (New South Wales) (1737-1821), Governor of New South Wales
John Hunter (South Carolina) (1732/1760-1802), was an American politician.
John Hunter (architect), (1932-2005), British architect and conservationist
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 JOHN HUNTER - LoveToKnow Article on JOHN HUNTER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
During new marine animal described by Home (1785); the specific identity of the wolf, jackal and dog (supplemented in 1789), the effect on fertility of extirpation of one ovarium, and the structure and economy of whales (i787); observations on bees (1793); and sonic remarkable caves in Bayreuth and fossil bones found therein (f 794).
Hunter, unlike his contemporaries, to most of whom his philosophic habit of thought was a mystery, and whose books contained little else than relations of cases and modes of treatment, sought the reason for each phenomenon that came under his notice.
John Hunter in a rejoinder to his brothers letter, dated the I 7th of February I 780, reiterated his former statement, viz, that his disuoverv, on the evening of the day in 1754 that he had made it in a specimen injected by a Dr Mackenzie, had been communicated by him to Dr Hunter.
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 The Present Picture of New South Wales 1811
According to this determination, Governor Phillip was sent to this new continent, where he arrived on the 20th of January, 1788, with eight hundred convicts, and a portion of marines, and laid the foundation of the new settlement, which continued gradually to improve under his government, until the close of the year 1792.
The necessity for some new buildings of this description had been evident for some time, as the chief part of the King's storehouses, which had been previously erected, were unfortunately so remote from the water-side, as to occasion much superfluous labour, as well as to render the unloading of ships extremely burdensome and expensive.
The religion most generally followed in the colony of New South Wales, is that established according to the usage of the Church of England; and it is a subject of satisfaction to observe that the churches are, generally speaking, well attended.
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QUEENSLAND Settlement at Moreton Bay--Its abandonment--The Gladstone Colony at Port Curtis--Separation of Queensland from New South Wales--The new colony proclaimed--Its boundaries--Bowen's governorship.
Her captain returned in the belief that the south coast of New Guinea was joined to the land along which he coasted, and Dutch maps reproduced this error for many years to come.
Arthur Phillip, a captain in the Navy, was selected to be the first Governor of New South Wales, the limits of which were stated by his commission to extend from Cape York to the southern extremity of the country, and westward as far as the 135th degree of longitude.
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 The National Party of Australia - New South Wales
First proclaimed in 1901 the Hunter electorate is named after John Hunter (1737-1821) the second Governor of New South Wales (1795-1799).
Hunter covers an area of approximately 10 594sq km from Maitland in the east to Denman in the west, Muswellbrook in the north and south to Wollombi.
Hunter is currently held by Labor Party MP Joel Fitzgibbon.
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 Series 38 Introduction
John Hunter had sailed to New South Wales with the First Fleet as second-in-command on board HMS Sirius.
Hunter left New South Wales in March 1791 to return to England, arriving in April 1792.
During his period of governorship in New South Wales, Hunter constantly felt the lack of support from, and what he considered to be neglect by, the administration in England.
www.sl.nsw.gov.au /banks/series_38/38_view.cfm   (954 words)

 A Short History of Australia By Ernst Scott (1868-1939)- Chapter 10 from Nalanda Digital Library at NIT Calicut
The New South Wales Corps--Grose and Paterson--Hunter Governor of New South Wales--Trading monopolies--System of transportation--The assignment system--Tickets of leave--Political prisoners--Irish rebels.
The corrupt military autocracy established under the administration of Grose and Paterson had to be broken down during the governorships of Hunter (1795-1800), King (1800-1806), and Bligh (1806-1808), all of whom found the officers tenacious of their profits and privileges, and determined to fight for them by all means available.
There is excellent reason for accepting the statements of contemporaries who knew the conditions prevailing in rural England and could compare with conditions in New South Wales, that the convict assigned to a farmer was better clothed and better fed than the honest English labourer, and at least as comfortably housed.
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 Success Stories - Client Recognition - Press Ganey Associates, Inc.
Emergency Department (ED) health care at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia has emerged from a period of patient dissatisfaction, staff frustration, and failing performance in key areas with a redesigned model of care.
Project teams were formed at each stage to examine data, review existing practices, design new modules of care, and create an organizational structure that could effectively integrate recommended solutions into the daily routine of the ED.
The desire to improve performance and the willingness of staff to collaborate led John Hunter Hospital to develop a successful model for improving patient satisfaction and staff satisfaction, as well as creating a culture of continuous improvement.
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 Australian Museum Exhibitions - Catching... the Harbour
In A Family of New South Wales, the man carries fishing spears while the woman carries a hook and line, some fish and a net bag in which she carries a variety of objects including fishing equipment.
Watercolours from the period show women fishing in canoes, people eating fish around a campfire outside a bark shelter and a 'family' carrying the equipment they used in their daily lives.
The frequent, and possibly incorrect, attribution of these watercolours to Governor King (Phillip Gidley King, the elder) is based solely on the caption to the etching A Family of New South Wales published in John Hunter, 1793.
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 Stem cells used in heart operation -9
Jim Nichol (74) had already had three heart bypass operations when doctors at the John Hunter Hospital in the New South Wales city of Newcastle decided to try to save his life with stem cells.
Cardiologist Suku Thambar of the Hunter Medical Research Institute said it was the first ever clinical trial of a procedure that doctors hope could help almost a third of all patients with end stage coronary artery disease.
The trial follows news that a US man had apparently recovered from Parkinsons's disease after being injected with stem cells from his own brain.
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 Wilsons Promontory -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
South Point, is the southernmost tip of Wilsons Promontory.
The first European to see the promontory was George Bass in January 1798.A Voyage to Terra Australis by Matthew Flinders a free eBook at Project Gutenberg He initially referred to it as "Furneaux's Land" in his diary, believing it to be what Captain Furneaux had previously seen.
But on returning to Port Jackson and consulting with Matthew Flinders he was convinced that the location was so different it could not be that land.
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 Name that Year - Australian History - Early Years quiz -- free game
The ships 'Reliance' and 'Supply' left England with John Hunter, who would be the next Governor of New South Wales, and Matthew Flinders and George Bass aboard; Bass and Flinders aboard the 'Tom Thumb' explored Botany Bay and the Georges River; and, Charles Sturt, yet to become a famous explorer, was born.
Australia receives news of the Battle of Trafalgar; the first all girl school opens in Sydney; and, 'Bounty' Bligh becomes Governor of New South Wales.
John Macarthur is arrested; 'Bounty' Bligh refuses to be removed from office; and, Caroline Chisholm is born in England.
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 Homogeneity of Metabolic Control in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia -- Handelsman et ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Homogeneity of Metabolic Control in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia -- Handelsman et al.
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney, New South Wales
John Hunter Children’s Hospital, Newcastle, New South Wales
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 INTRODUCTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Prior to the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, Britain's colonial outpost in the South
Pacific was its Australian penal colony based at Sydney, euphemistically referred to in English society as "His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales".
The early New South Wales Governors, Phillip, Hunter, King and Bligh named their area of jurisdiction, (from the coast to 135 degrees of east longitude), "New South Wales" and the rest of the continent, "New Holland "
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 NSW hospital increases storage capacity for imaging system: ZDNet Australia: News: Communications
The new infrastructure will allow the hospital to expand medical imaging services to regional hospitals, improving services to patients and enhancing physicians' productivity while reducing operating costs.
John Hunter Hospital is one of 12 hospitals operated by the Hunter New England Area Health Service, and the main source of specialist services in the region.
Hunter Health Imaging Service (HHIS) offers medical imaging services to Hunter region hospitals such as Radiology, Nuclear Medical, Vascular and Normal Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Fluorescent X-ray.
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 Overview of John Hunter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Governor of New South Wales (Australia) between 1795 and 1800.
Second-in-command on HMS Sirius to Arthur Phillip who founded the colony of New South Wales in 1788.
Hunter is said to have governed the colony with "sense, duty and humanity".
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 Foundations of New South Wales quiz -- free game
"The British fleet that arrived in New South Wales in 1788 intended it to be a mere penal colony.
What is the name of the 6th Governor of New South Wales, who pulled the colony together after several years of stuggle?
Hint: His time in office was 1810-1821 (making him the longest serving Governor of the colony).
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 Phenotype-Genotype Correlations in a Series of Wolfram Syndrome Families -- Smith et al. 27 (8): 2003 -- Diabetes Care   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
John Hunter Children’s Hospital, University of Newcastle and the Hunter Medical Research Institute, New South Wales, Australia
Discipline of Medical Genetics, Faculty of Health, and the Hunter Medical Research Institute, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Address correspondence and reprint requests to Dr. Rodney J. Scott, Hunter Area Pathology Service, John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, NSW 2310 Australia.
care.diabetesjournals.org /cgi/content/abstract/27/8/2003   (303 words)

 Strange Science: Timeline
1769-William Hunter publishes a paper describing an American fossil proboscidian as a carnivore and suggesting that it is extinct.
Their rivalry is the public's gain as they try to outdo each other in identifying new dinosaur species — over 130.
New bone growth after the loss of his teeth suggests that he was cared for by others, the oldest evidence yet found of care for the sick in fossil hominids.
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 Restricted access for PPIs not a panacea -- Duggan and Westbrook 167 (10): 1102 -- Canadian Medical Association Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Associate Professor, University of New South Wales, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia
Hunter Hospital Hunter Region, New South Wales, Australia Johanna
Trends in the utilization of diagnostic upper GI endoscopy in New South Wales, Australia, 1988 to 1998.
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Magrath, John Macrory - Born in Munster, Ireland, in the fifteenth certury; date and place of death unknown.
Marriage, Mystical - In the Old and the New Testament, the love of God for man, and, in particular His relations with His chosen people (whether of the Synagogue or of the Church), are frequently typified under the form of the relations between bridegroom and bride.
Monreale - In the province of Palermo, Sicily, on the skirts of Mount Caputo
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