Rawson's Report, 1866; Stark's History and Guide to the Bahama Islands (Boston, Mass., 1891); Bahama Islands (Geog.
SAMUEL RAWSON GARDINER (1829-1902), English historian, son of Rawson Boddam Gardiner, was born near Alresford, Hants, on the 4th of March 1829.
A punitive expedition was organized under the command of Admiral Sir Harry Rawson, the success of which was a remarkable example of good organization hastily improvised.
The news of the massacre of Phillips's party reached Rear-Admiral Rawson, the commander-in-chief on the Cape station, on the 4th of January 1897.
Nassau Romance Take a horse-drawn surrey ride through Nassau from Rawson Square.
Rawson's chemical plant stop producing vitriol in around 1834 and the plant was sold to a Mr Wilson but closed in 1875.
Rawson, by the conversion of pure ammonium bichromate into the trioxide (Journal of Chem.
Rawson, the Navigator, had to be operated on for a streptococcus throat infection.
Rawson 's chemical plant stop producing vitriol in around 1834 and the plant was sold to a Mr Wilson but closed in 1875.
The dock is centrally located at Rawson Square, home to many of Nassau's shopping venues, including the Straw Market and various luxury shops.
The line is named after Dr. Rawson and Mary Penfolds' son-in-law who helped manage and build the original company.
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