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King James Bible: Acts, Chapter 6
Chapter 6 6:1 And in those days, when the number of the disciples was multiplied, there arose a murmuring of the Grecians against the Hebrews, because their widows were neglected in the daily ministration. 6:2 Then the twelve called the multitude of the...
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Search for 'holy grail' of collections from Frenchman Nicolas Baudin's
Finding the missing scientific collection gathered during French explorer Nicolas Baudin's expedition to Australia has become the "holy grail" for a group of researchers, more than 200 years since his ship arrived at Cape Leeuwin.
First contact: SA seen from 200 years ago
The paintings were made by artists who accompanied the French expedition to “Nouvelle Hollande” — Australia — under the command of Nicolas Baudin. Baudin famously met British explorer Matthew Flinders at Encounter Bay on the Fleurieu Peninsula in ...
Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin encounter celebrated in 2015 | PHOTOS
Joe van Dalen of Port Elliot dressed up as Nicolas Baudin at the encounter celebrations at Warland Reserve on Wednesday, April 8. He is pictured with Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp and winners of a student competition, Shantel Pike of Victor Harbor ...
Matthew Flinders & Nicolas Baudin
When peace briefly erupted between England and France in March 1802, Matthew Flinders was sailing east along the “Unknown Coast” of southern Australia in the sloop HMS Investigator, making maps. He was 28 years old, lithe in build, commanding in ...
Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin, an exploratory breakfast
England's Matthew Flinders and France's Nicolas Baudin were explorers in the employ of two warring powers when they ran into each other off the coast of South Australia in 1802, but instead of making ready for combat they sat down for a historic breakfast.

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