The African Court Calendar and Directory

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1822 - Almanacs, South African
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Page 87 - Commerce; one half for the benefit of the informer, and the other half for the benefit of the fund for the relief of sick and disabled seamen.
Page 5 - Governor and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Castle, Town, and Settlement of the Cape of Good Hope, in South Africa, and of the Territories and Dependencies thereof, and Ordinary' and Vice Admiral of the same, Commander of the Forces, &c.
Page 16 - Esq. one of the Procurators General of the Arches Court of Canterbury, and Proctor in the High Court of Admiralty of England, His Majesty's Procurator General in this Settlement.
Page 180 - When a vine stalk has died, it should not be replaced by a new set; for the old stalks having full possession of the ground, would draw all the nourishment from the new one, and prevent its growing; but a hole, of about a foot deep, should be dug close to the nearest stalk, a branch of the same laid down, and thus covered, that only a couple of inches of it appear.
Page 92 - Government Advertisement. — Notice is hereby given, that His Excellency the Governor and...
Page 73 - Code, as directed, for the purpose of either conveying, or receiving, Communications to or from the Signal-Post on the Lion's Rump. It is to be recollected, that at this Flag-Staff, a Colonial Telegraph is also in use ; but no mistake can arise therefrom, if Ships in the Offing pay attention to Captain MARRYAT'S Code, the Flags of which are entirely different from those of the Colonial Telegraph.
Page 180 - Prune old Vine Stalks early this Month : new Vine Stalks may be planted in the place of those that have been removed. The Vine Stalks or Sets intended to be planted, must be 14 or 15 inches in length, and have at least 2 or 3 buds...
Page 75 - ... bear about E. by N. ; — they may then haul in towards them, taking care, as they approach, to keep them well open on the Starboard Bow ; — steer to the Eastward, until the Lights come on with each other, ie are in one, or until they bear SW half S.
Page 170 - Monday Tuesday Wednesd. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesd. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesd.
Page 75 - Westward, should observe the same Directions, with respect to passing the Lights, &c. Ships working in, with the Wind from the Southward and Eastward, after being abreast of the Lights, should not stand- to the Eastward farther than 2| or 3 Miles, or until they shoal the Water to 8 or ?i Fathoms.

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