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A voyage to the South seas in His Majesty"s ship the Wager in the years 1740-1741

Bulkeley, John.

A voyage to the South seas in His Majesty"s ship the Wager in the years 1740-1741

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Published by R. M. McBride & company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wager (Ship),
  • Voyages and travels,
  • Patagonia (Argentina and Chile),
  • Chiloé (Chile)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Bulkeley and John Cummins, gunner and carpenter of the Wager; with an introduction by Authur D. Howden Smith.
    SeriesHalf-title: The Argonaut series ... II
    ContributionsCummins, John,, Morris, Isaac.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF3146 .B943
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxi p., 1 l., 212 p., plates.
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23374149M
    LC Control Number27018737

    22 [Walpole], Horace, An Account of the Giants Lately Discovered: In a letter to a Friend in the Country, London: F. Noble, ; A Voyage Round the World, In His Majesty's Ship the Dolphin, Commanded by the Honourable Commodore Byron by an Officer on Board the said Ship, London: J. Newbery and F. Newbery, ; Coyer, Abbé, A Letter to. Walter, Richard, ? A voyage round the world, in the years MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV by George Anson, Esq., commander in chief of a squadron of His Majesty's ships, sent upon an expedition to the South-Seas: compiled from papers and other materials of the Right Honourable George Lord Anson, and published under his direction / (London. The Ring and the Book. London: Smith, Elder, 4 volumes. ROBERT BROWNING'S SIGNATURE tipped-in. [LV] $ 4, BULKELEY, John; John CUMMINS. A Voyage to the South-Seas, in the Years Containing, a Faithful Narrative of the Loss of His Majesty's Ship the Wager on a Desolate Island in the Latitude 47 South, Longitude


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A voyage to the South-Seas, in the years containing, a faithful narrative of the loss of His Majesty's ship the Wager on a desolate island in the latitude 47 south, longitude Pages: Author: John Bulkeley & John Cummins Title: A Voyage to the South-Seas, In the Years and Publisher: Dublin: for James Dalton Year: (1st Dublin Ed.) Pages: xii + Complete Size: " x 4" Language: English Condition: Binding is Very Good, text is Good to Very Good Provenance: unknown We are proud to offer an extremely scarce narrative of a voyage undertaken in Exploration in HMS Wager inher loss in Patagonia during the Anson voyage.

This is a reprint of the third edition, the first edition was VOYAGE TO THE SOUTH SEAS or the *Adventures of Capt. Cheap, the Hon. Byron, Lieut. Hamilton, Alexander Campbell and others, late of his Majesty's ship the /Wager/, which was wrecked on a desolate island in Lat. Long. in the South Seas, anno * containing A faithful narrative of the unparalleled sufferings of these.

Bulkeley, John & Cummins, John. A VOYAGE TO THE SOUTH SEAS, IN HIS MAJESTY’S SHIP THE “WAGER,” IN THE YEARS James Chattin. Phila. xxxii, pp. Famous narrative of the Wager’s South Pacific voyage under Anson inwritten by the gunner and the carpenter of that ship.

John Bulkeley & John Cummins: A Voyage to the South-Seas, in the Years Containing a Faithful Narrative of the Loss of His Majesty's Ship the Wager on a Desolate Island. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ISBN ; James Burney: A Chronological History of the Voyages and Discoveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean.

Although several private journals of the voyage had been published, the official version of events was published in Londonas A Voyage Round the World in by George Anson Esq, now Lord Anson, Commander-in-Chief of a Squadron of His Majesty's Ships Sent upon an Expedition to the South Seas Compiled from his Papers and Materials by.

HMS Wager was a square-rigged sixth-rate Royal Navy ship of 28 guns. She was built as an East Indiaman in about and made two voyages to India for the East India Company before the Royal Navy purchased her in She formed part of a squadron under Commodore George Anson and was wrecked on the south coast of Chile on 14 May A Voyage to the South Seas, and to many other parts of the world, performed from the month of September in the yearto Juneby Commodore Anson, in his Majesty's Ship the Centurion, having under his command the A Voyage to the South Seas, and to many other parts of the world [ANSON VOYAGE] OFFICER OF THE SQUADRON, An (pseud).

The Wager was a transport and supply ship, part of George Anson's fleet of eight ships sent to harass the Spanish in the Pacific. She rounded Cape Horn successfully but ran aground on 14 May in the Guayaneco Archipelago on the southern coast of Chile. A Great Tale of the Sea; VOYAGE TO THE SOUTH SEAS In His Majesty's Ship the Wayer A voyage to the South seas in His Majestys ship the Wager in the years 1740-1741 book the Years By John Bulkelru and John Cummin.

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) On Thursday the 18th of Septembersailed from St Hellens his majesty’s ship Centurion, Commodore Anson, with the Gloucester, Pearl, Severn, Wager, and Tryal, and two store ships; this squadron was design’d round Cape Horn into the South Seas, to distress the Spaniards in those parts.

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