3 edition of A list of men deserted from his majesty"s ship Astrea, Capt. James Scott, commander found in the catalog.
A list of men deserted from his majesty"s ship Astrea, Capt. James Scott, commander
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Narrative of a voyage, in His Majesty's late ship Alceste, to the Yellow Sea: along the coast of Corea, and through its numerous hitherto undiscovered islands. Find Voyage Of His Majesty's Ship Alceste, Along the Coast Of Corea, To the Island Of Lewchew by M'Leod, John at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.
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A list of men deserted from his majesty's ship Astrea, Capt. James Scott, commander: between the 26th day of April and the 30th day of May, A list of men deserted from his majesty's ship Astrea, Capt. James Scott, commander: between the 26th day of April and the 30th day of May,(electronic resource).
Get this from a library. By His Excellency Jonathan Belcher Esq ; A proclamation: Whereas Capt. James Scot [i.e. Scott], commander of his majesty's ship the Astrea hath represented to me that the several men hereafter named and described have unlawfully absented themselves, and deserted his majesty's said service Given at the Council chamber at Boston, the eighth day of June Unlike a lot of other series, which focus on one or two particular characters (Hornblower or Aubrey/Maturin or Lewrie in the series by Dewey Lambdin), Alaric Bond has chosen to fill his book with characters from all parts of the ship: a newly signed-on ship's boy; a seaman who goes awol but is recaptured just as the ship is sailing; a captain 4/5.
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Get this from a library. By His Excellency Jonathan Belcher Esq ; A proclamation.: Whereas Capt. James Scot [i.e. Scott], commander of his majesty's ship the Astrea hath represented to me that the several men hereafter named and described have unlawfully absented themselves, and deserted his majesty's said service Given at the Council chamber at Boston, the eighth day of June Narrative of a voyage in His Majesty's late ship Alceste, to the Yellow Sea, along the coast of Corea, and through its numerous hitherto undiscovered islands: of her shipwreck in the straits of Gaspar - Kindle edition by John M'Leod.
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Before me, Archibald Campbell, His Majesty's Notary for the District of Quebec, and Notary Public for Lower Canada, appeared William Wake, the commander of the brig Margaret, of Newcastle, who being duly sworn, did declare and say, that William Campbell Laidler, with ten of his crew and passengers, from the brig James, of London, were received.
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