4 edition of The 1806 log book, concerning the Arctic voyage of Captain William Scoresby found in the catalog.
The 1806 log book, concerning the Arctic voyage of Captain William Scoresby
Resolution (Whaling ship)
|Statement||kept by William Scoresby Jr. ; foreword by J.G. Graham.|
|Contributions||Scoresby, William, 1760-1829, Scoresby, William, 1789-1857.|
|LC Classifications||G625 R47 1806a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
FIRST EDITION OF SHELVOCKE’S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD, WITH AN EARLY MENTION OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA AND AN INCIDENT “SAID TO HAVE INSPIRED COLERIDGE’S RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER”. SHELVOCKE, George. A Voyage Round the World by Way of the Great South Sea, London: Printed for J. Senex, et al., . Beechey, Frederick William. Narrative of a voyage to the Pacific and Beering's Strait to co-operate with the polar expeditions: performed in His Majesty's ship Blossom, under the command of Captain F. W. Beechey in the years , 26, 27, .
Ticknor and Fields, Boston, " X " in blue cloth with gilt lettering and cover design. This old book Title: The Voyage of the Fox in Arctic Seas A NARRATIVE OF THE FATE OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN AND HIS COMPANIONS. The Year is Christopher Columbus, stripped of his title Admiral of the Ocean Seas, waits in chains in a Caribbean prison built under his orders, looking out at the colony that he founded, nurtured, and ruled for eight years. Less than a Brand: Little, Brown and Company.
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Complete in 8 volumes (7 log books + matching introductory brochure volume). The introductory volume is by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh. This is number of a limited edition of numbered copies. Also included here is a ninth log-book volume: Scoresby, William: The Log Book Concerning the Arctic Voyage of Captain William : William Scoresby.
Get this from a library. The log book: concerning the Arctic voyage of Captain William Scoresby. [William Scoresby; Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society.] -- Reproduction of original log book of the Scoresbys' (father and son) farthest north sailing record which stood for many years.
Records the day-to-day incidents of a typical wooden sailing ship. William Scoresby’s most popular book is Moby-Dick or, the Whale. The Log Book: Concerning The Arctic Voyage Of Captain William Scoresby by. William Scoresby. avg rating — 0 ratings. Want to Read saving William Snow Harris (Creator) avg rating — 0 ratings.
Complete in 8 volumes (7 log books + matching introductory brochure volume). The introductory volume is by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh. This is number of a limited edition of numbered copies. Also included here is a ninth log-book volume: Scoresby, William: The Log Book Concerning the Arctic Voyage of Captain William Scoresby.
The Arctic whaling journals of William Scoresby the younger. Vol. The voyages ofThe log book concerning the Arctic voyage of Captain William Scoresby. Kept by Wm. Scoresby Jr. British Arctic whaling logbooks Cited by: 3. [Review by W. Gillies Ross* of William Scoresby jr's The log book concerning the Arctic voyage of Captain William Scoresby.
Whitby, Caedmon, ,41 p, £; and William Scoresby jr's Journal of a voyage to the northern whale-fishery; including researches and discoveries on the eastern coast of WestAuthor: W.
Gillies Ross. : The Arctic Whaling Journals of William Scoresby the Younger. Volume I: The Voyages ofand (Hakluyt Society- 3rd, 12) (): Scoresby, William, Jackson, C.
Ian: Books5/5(3). won his son for arctic science cannot be doubted. FURTHER READINGS SCORESBY, WILLIAM, Sr. The Log Book of William Scoresby. Facsimile reprint, Whitby: Caedmon of Whitby Press.
Seven Log-Books Concerning the Arctic Voyages of Cap- tain William Scoresby, Senior. Facsimile reprint, New York: The Explorers Club. William Scoresby Y SCO William Scoresby: Arctic Scientist () – Tom and Cordelia Stamp Y B SCO The Polar Ice and The North Pole (; originally published between and ) – William Scoresby Y SCO The Log Book: Concerning the Arctic Voyage of Captain William Scoresby () – William Scoresby Y SCO.
Whitby, Caedmon,41 p, £ ScoresbyWilliam jr Journal of a voyage to the northern whale-fishery; including researches and discoveries Author: Dennis Cronan. Scoresby, William, Scoresby, William Scoresby, William, Jr., William Scoresby English Arctic explorer, scientist and clergyman.
Seven Log-Books Concerning the Arctic Voyages of Captain William Scoresby + The Log Book, in 9 volumes, complete. By Scoresby, William. SKU# of his father’s voyage, as his log book attested. 44 The Board responded by adjusting the threshold upwards, with the first £1, at 85 degrees north.
For theAuthor: Michael Bravo. The log book concerning the Arctic voyage of Captain William Scoresby / kept by William Scoresby, junior ; foreword by J.G. Graham. Banks had suggested to Scoresby £ for every degree of latitude beyond 81°N but Scoresby replied that his father had already sailed beyond 81° in the course of his father's voyage, as his log book attested.
44 The Board responded by adjusting the threshold upwards, with the first £ at 85°N. For the Northwest Passage, they Cited by: William Scoresby () made his first voyage in the whaler Resolution from Whitby to the Greenland Sea, west of Spitsbergen, in Three years later he was formally apprenticed to his father and another three years saw him promoted to chief.
Cook's Voyage by James Cook. You Searched For: This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.
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James Cook James Cook was an 18th-century British explorer known for these three major world voyages. In Arctic Seas: the Voyage of the Kitewith Robert Peary () was an American Arctic explorer. For much of the twentieth century, he was for many years credited with being, inthe first man to reach the North Pole, although this has recently been : Edward Belcher.
The following are extracts from the logbook of the Bristol slave ship the Black Prince, in The logbook remains intact today, a page from it is pictured here. The ‘Journal of an Intended Voyage in the Ship Black Prince from Bristol to the Gold Coast of Africa being Her 7th to the Coast commencing April the 24th ’ was kept by the captain William Miller.
‘Historic variations in Arctic Ice’ is a series of articles that attempts to determine the arctic warming events through the Holocene which commenced some years ago. (See Graphic ‘after Dansgaard et al’ below. The first scientific expedition to the Arctic by William Scoresby in was facilitated by the Royal Society to.A; A Landlubber’s Log of His Voyage Around Cape Horn MacMichael, Morton ; A Narrative of the Loss of the Royal George Slight, Julian ; A New Universal Dictionary of the Marine Falconer, William ; A Residence in the Sandwich Islands Stewart, Charles Samuel, ; A Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands Bingham, Hiram ; A Series of Charts.
Historic Variation in Arctic Ice. Guest post from the Air Vent by Tony B. The following is a guest post by Tony B on the history of Arctic ice. I nominated him Arctic ice historian on WUWT when I noticed he had done a considerable amount of research.
Happily he took me up on it and has put a lot of work into this.