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Sea life in Nelson"s time.

John Masefield

Sea life in Nelson"s time.

by John Masefield

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Published by Maritime Press Ltd in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. Royal Navy -- Sea life.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 102-105.

    StatementWith an introduction by C. C. Lloyd [and with new illustrations]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsV737 .M33 1971
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 105, 17 p.
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5341328M
    ISBN 100851770479
    LC Control Number72195193

    Like most other stories, this can be traced with some certainty to John Masefield’s notoriously uninformed “Sea Life in Nelson’s Time.” The French treated shipbuilding as an imaginative art. The very finest brains in the kingdom were exercised in the planning and creation of ships of beautiful model.   Here in MEN-OF-WAR: Life in Nelson's Navy, we learn about the ships, the gunnery, the lifestyle and the protocol of the 18th century British Navy which successfully defended England from an invasion led by Napoleon. The information in this book is concise and easily comprehensible, thanks to an economical and cheerful writing style/5(5).

      The Life and Adventures of John Nicol, Mariner edited by Gordon Grant (Edinburgh, ; reprinted London, ) The Wooden World: An Anatomy of the Georgian Navy by NAM Rodger (Fontana, ). Life in the forecastle was precarious in the extreme. Hodge was held twice as a prisoner of war by the French, and was press-ganged back into the navy after being released the second time. The diary, offered with more than other maritime items from a private estate, was listed for sale by Northeast Auctions in Portsmouth New Hampshire.

    Non Plastic Beach: A beautifully illustrated children's book following the tale of Duffy the Sea Turtle as she has a lucky escape from the effects of plastic pollution. THE WHAT Make story time an educational adventure about the sea, its inhabitants, and the global problem of plastic pollution in the planet's oceans. Horatio Nelson was born on 29 September in a rectory in Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, England, the sixth of eleven children of the Reverend Edmund Nelson and his wife Catherine Suckling. He was named after his godfather Horatio Walpole (–) then 2nd Baron Walpole, of Wolterton. His mother, who died on 26 December , when he was nine years Buried: St Paul's Cathedral.


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His experiences in these impressionable years stayed with him for the rest of his life. Back in England at the turn of the century, Masefield worked for the Manchester "Guardian" and published two books of verse (one which contained 'Sea Fever') and a collection of short stories before "Sea Life" in "Nelson's Time" was published in /5(11).

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Reviewed in the Reviews: His experiences in these impressionable years stayed with him for the rest of his life. Back in England at the turn of the century, Masefield worked for the Manchester Guardian and published two books of verse (one which contained 'Sea Fever') and a collection of short stories before Sea Life in Nelson's Time was published in FREE.

The Life of Nelson: The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain - Vol. 1 By A. Mahan Little Brown and Company, John Masefield's Sea Life in Nelson's Time is the brilliantly told story of the ships of Nelson's navy and, more especially, of their sailors and a naval glory 'built up by the blood and agony of thousands of barbarously maltreated men'.

From beginning to end, from the floor of the mould-loft where the master shipwrights drew up the plans of their. Sea Life in Nelson's Time book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Written by British Poet Laureate John Masefield inthis ly /5(13). COVID Resources.

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The life of the ordinary seaman in the British Navy in the late eighteenth century fascinated and appalled Masefield, who described it as "brutalising, cruel and horrible", but it fired his imagination and his prose and this vividly realistic study, the first of its kind, remains the most comprehensive introduction to the : £ item 2 Sea Life in Nelson's Time by Masefield, John Paperback Book The Fast Free - Sea Life in Nelson's Time by Masefield, John Paperback Book The Fast Free.

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Product Details;Brand: The History Press. The diary of George Hodge shows the "below decks" view of life at sea during a crucial time for Britain's senior service. The self-educated seaman begins the. Life at sea From the protocols of the Royal Navy to the traditions, customs and working lives of 18th and 19th century crewmen, we explore what life was really like on the high seas.

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This book takes you back in time to see, hear, smell and taste what life was really like for these brave sailors at sea. Sea life in Nelson’s time Ap Janu ~ Jan Meecham In the days of Admiral Lord Nelson, when a man volunteered or was pressed into service in the Royal Navy he would be issued with a wooden bowl, a wooden mug or tankard, and a wooden spoon with which to eat his food.

Internet Archive BookReader Sea life in Nelson's time. Brian Lavery's "Life in Nelson's Navy" is an excellent introductory survey of its subject: life in the Royal Navy during the time of Nelson.

This small, slender (90 pages) paperback, with no illustrations and without any scholarly pretensions such as footnotes or even a bibliography, gives a clear, concise account of what Royal Navy life for officers and crew was /5(91).

John Sugden's book is but Volume I of what may, when finished, come to be regarded as the most comprehensive biography yet written, while Roger Knight's is probably the best single-volume Life Author: Geoffrey Moorhouse.