4 edition of English seamen and traders in Guinea, 1553-1565 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||P.E.H. Hair and J.D. Alsop.|
|Series||Studies in British history ;, v. 31|
|Contributions||Alsop, J. D.|
|LC Classifications||VK59 .H35 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||394 p. :|
|Number of Pages||394|
|LC Control Number||92022106|
English Seamen and Traders in Guinea The New Evidence of Their Wills Hair, P. E. H. X pages The first English voyages solely to Guinea were previously known mainly through accounts in Eden and Hakluyt. RECORDS OF BRITISH SEAMEN AND SHIPS Registry of Shipping and Seamen (RSS) has issued (dated June ) a revised information sheet on historical records of seamen. As it is not available on-line, here is a summary: MERCHANT NAVY SEAMAN'S SEA SERVICE RECORDS. Available for RSS for a fee, derived from ships' log books.
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English Seamen and Traders in Guinea The New Evidence of Their Wills (Studies in British History)Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. English seamen and traders in Guinea, the new evidence of their wills. [P E H Hair; J D Alsop]. English Seamen and Traders in Guinea The New Evidence of Their Wills.
by P. Hair, J. Alsop (pp. ) Review by: J. Robertson. Buy English Seamen and Traders in Guinea, The New Evidence of Their Wills (Studies in British History S.) by Hair, P. H., Alsop, J.D. (ISBN: ) from 1553-1565 book Book Store.
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Alsop The Elizabethan Maritime Community This book will be enjoyed by readers with an interest in both sociological history and maritime studies, and could act as a maritime researcher's template for how English seamen and traders in Guinea present a well-reasoned.
Book Description: Traditionally, the history of English maritime adventures has focused on the great sea captains and swashbucklers. However, over the past few decades, social historians have begun to examine the less well-known seafarers who were on the dangerous voyages of commerce, exploration, privateering and piracy, as well as naval campaigns.
The Social History of English SeamenEdited by Cheryl A. Fury. Woodbridge and Rochester, The Boydell Press, x, pp.
$ US (cloth). This "social history" is more accurately a collection of discrete essays that range from methodology. My Number, R was issued at the Vindicatrix, 6 June I had three full discharge books all with the same number to Discharge Book numbering from WW 2 to for British seamen - Page 4 Help.
It costs £ for a British seaman’s card and £ for a discharge book, or £ for both. To apply in person you must have an appointment with a Marine Office. There are telephone numbers on. Froude, James Anthony: History of England from the fall of Wolsey to the defeat of the Spanish armada. 12 vols.
English seamen in the sixteenth century. Lond., Gardiner, Samuel Rawson: History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate, 3 vols. Lond., Sir John Hawkins (also spelled as Hawkyns) ( – 12 November ) was an English naval commander and administrator, slave trader, spy, merchant, navigator, shipbuilder, and elder brother and trading partner was William (b.
He was considered the first English trader to profit from the Triangle Trade, based on selling supplies to colonies ill-supplied by their home Allegiance: England. Abstract. In your mind’s eye, I would like to conjure up a company of British seamen, far from home. These men will spend the afternoon on shore, sweating, shooting an elephant.
2 But in the cool of the morning they gather on board ship for a different kind of sport. Within sight of conspiratorial packs of long-tailed monkeys on the rocks, within earshot of the estuary’s cranes and Cited by: 9.
A little more about the course of the voyages of the s and s can be learned from the wills in Hair, P.E.H. and Alsop, J.D., English Seamen and Traders in Guinea The New Evidence of their Wills (Lewiston, NY, ), but almost nothing about Anglo-African by: 5.
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In The Social History of English Seamen, –, English Seamen and Traders in Guinea, – The New Evidence of their Wills. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, “ English Traders on the Guinea Coast, – An Analysis of the East India Company Archive.”.
On board were the first and second mates, four English seamen, a mixed race seaman called Redman, a Malay cook, two male convicts – one a deserter from the Royal Navy – and two female convicts, one with an infant child.
The Venus eluded all pursuing vessels and was next heard of in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, several months later.
How ever to get a seaman's card and discharge book I need to be British or have the right of abode in the UK. this is were my problem comes in. I am trying to resolve this problem by my self, as I am worried that if I tell my company this they will tell me sorry, and give my job to the next person.
It is a bit of a complicated one I know. The English Discoveries The Navy Trade by Force op Arms and the Reprisals for Spanish Exclusive. iii The war of reprisals. Cavendish Chidley Sir Richard Hawkins. A Short History of British Expansion, Volume 1 James Alexander Williams Snippet view.
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'The English pilot: English sailing directions and charts and the rise of English shipping, 16th to 18th centuries'. Journal of Navigation 42 (): – Regiment for the sea, fos 7r, 26v. Topics discussed include the pioneering work of historian G.V. Scammell, Tudor merchant seafarers in the early Guinea trade, the religious shipboard culture of 16th and 17th-century English sailors, health and health care at sea, the relief of English disabled sailors, seamen's wives and widows, and Jacobean piracy.Sir John Hawkins, Hawkins also spelled Hawkyns, (bornPlymouth, Devon, Eng.—died Nov.
12,at sea off Puerto Rico), English naval administrator and commander, one of the foremost seamen of 16th-century England and the chief architect of the Elizabethan navy.
A kinsman of Sir Francis Drake, Hawkins began his career as a merchant in the African trade and soon became the first.