Victorian VoyagesVictorian Voyages



They are teaming up with the inquisitive people of the nineteenth century and
heading out on Victorian voyages of discovery. One of the big questions they are
asking is “where did we come from?” – which takes them into the fascinating story
 ...

Author: Julia Golding

Publisher: Lion Children's Books

ISBN: 9780745978017

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Join Harriet, Darwin's pet tortoise, and Milton, Schrodinger's indecisive cat on a time-travelling quest of discovery, unravelling scientific exploration and religious beliefs and how they fit together. Throughout the centuries humans have been looking for answers to BIG questions - how did the universe start? Is there a God behind it? Has science explained away the need for a God, or can faith enhance scientific discovery? On this adventure, Harriet and Milton meet the great Victorian scientists. Voyage with Darwin as he worked out his theory of Evolution . Step into Harriet and Milton's time machine, bring some snacks, and enjoy this curious quest of discovery. Written by Julia Golding, winner of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2006, and the Nestle Smarties Book Prize 2006.

Victorian Christianity and Emigrant Voyages to British Colonies C 1840 C 1914Victorian Christianity and Emigrant Voyages to British Colonies C 1840 C 1914



The source for his voyage is a pamphlet he wrote for sale among his like-minded
religious constituents back home to raise money for his ministry in the colony of
Victoria.” Consequently, the source was likely to be configured in a way that ...

Author: Rowan Strong

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198724247

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Victorian Christianity and Emigrant Voyages to British Colonies c.1840 - c.1914 considers the religious component of the nineteenth-century British and Irish emigration experience. It examines the varieties of Christianity adhered to by most British and Irish emigrants in the nineteenth century, and consequently taken to their new homes in British settler colonies. Rowan Strong explores a dimension of this emigration history that has been overlooked by scholars--the development of an international emigrants' chaplaincy by the Church of England that ministered to Anglicans, Nonconformists, as well as others, including Scandinavians, Germans, Jews, and freethinkers. Using the sources of this emigrants' chaplaincy, Strong also makes extensive use of the shipboard diaries kept by emigrants themselves to give them a voice in this history. Using these sources to look at the British and Irish emigrant voyages to new homes, this study provides an analysis of the Christianity of these emigrants as they traveled by ship to British colonies. Their ships were floating villages that necessitated and facilitated religious encounters across denominational and even religious boundaries. It argues that the Church of England provided an emigrants' ministry that had the greatest longevity, breadth, and international structure of any Church in the nineteenth century. The book also examines the principal varieties of Christianity espoused by most British emigrants, and argues this religion was more central to their identity and, consequently, more significant in settler colonies than many historians have often hitherto accepted. In this way, the Church of England's emigrant chaplaincy made a major contribution to the development of a British world in settler colonies of the empire.

The Epic Voyages of Maud BerridgeThe Epic Voyages of Maud Berridge



The book will tell Maud's story through her own words and through a number of relevant contemporary documents and will paint a picture of the life of a captain's wife in the Victorian era as well as aspects of society in Britain, the US and ...

Author: Sally Berridge

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472954206

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Maud Berridge (1845–1907) was the wife of a Master Mariner, and she travelled with him on at least five occasions (1869, 1880, 1882, 1883, 1886), sailing to Melbourne with emigrants and cargo. The first occasion was 1869 just after they were married, when Henry was Captain of the Walmer Castle, and they returned via New Zealand instead of travelling east and around Cape Horn. However, most of Henry and Maud's voyages were undertaken in the three-masted clipper Superb, sailing from Gravesend at the start of summer and leaving Melbourne for home at the end of the year (the southern summer, best for heading east with the trade winds and rounding Cape Horn). Record times taken from London to Melbourne under Captain Henry were 79 days (1878), 76 days (1881) and a final time of 74 days (1886). In 1880, Maud and Henry took their two sons (aged six and eight) with them. In 1883, they sailed on from Melbourne to Newcastle in New South Wales to take on a load of coal, then on through the Windward Isles to San Francisco (51 days). Here they stayed for two months exploring SF and surrounds, unloaded the coal and took on a load of wheat (in large bags) at Port Costa. They then sailed down the west coast of the Americas, around Cape Horn and on to Queenstown in County Cork (134 days). The whole voyage took 14 months. There are also some photographs of Henry, Maud and the crew taken in San Francisco, and a photo from the State Library of Victoria showing the Superb at dock in Melbourne. Maud wrote diaries of these voyages of which one in particular, that of the 1883 voyage, comprise some 50 000 words. The book will tell Maud's story through her own words and through a number of relevant contemporary documents and will paint a picture of the life of a captain's wife in the Victorian era as well as aspects of society in Britain, the US and Australia at the time. Her enthusiasm for new experiences shines through her writing.

The Worlds of Victorian FictionThe Worlds of Victorian Fiction



Sources for the imaginary journey to another world are ancient , at least as early
as Lucian's Icaromennipus and True History ; but , as Marjorie Nicolson showed
in her Voyages to the Moon , no real development of the form could take place ...

Author: Jerome Hamilton Buckley

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674962079

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The title of the present volume, The Worlds of Victorian Fiction, is frankly ambiguous. It was chosen to accommodate a number of essays quite dissimilar in approach and purpose, some tracing a genre or motif throughout the Victorian period, some concentrating on the values of a single author, others on the style and structure of a specific novel.

Victorian Yellowbacks Paperbacks 1849 1905 F V White Co Cassell Co William Blackwood Sons Vizetelly CoVictorian Yellowbacks Paperbacks 1849 1905 F V White Co Cassell Co William Blackwood Sons Vizetelly Co



500, 175 Voyages and Travels (Polo). 505, 176 Voyages and Travels of Sir John
Maundeville, The (Maundeville). 488, 173 Voyages in Search of the. North- West
Passage (Hakluyt). 5lo, '77 Voyage to Abyssinia (Lobo). 601, 191 Voyage to ...

Author: Chester W. Topp

Publisher: Hermitage Antiquarian Book Shop

ISBN: STANFORD:36105026635412

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Page: 463

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Unfinished VoyagesUnfinished Voyages



The Victoria may have been a 12 - ton ketch ( Official Number 40484 ) built at
Perth in 1858 . The latest entry in the register shows this vessel to have been
bought in 1873 by R . and D . McKay and J . Tuckey . When no further information
had ...

Author: Lynne Cairns

Publisher: Uwa Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015037325704

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Here is the third volume in the Unfinished Voyages series. From 1881 Australia changed from a struggling colony to one with a thriving economy fueled by pastoral growth in the North, the pearling industry, and the discovery of gold. These developments affected the volume and direction of shipping, and the number of tragedies at sea increased dramatically.

New Zealand 1826 1827New Zealand 1826 1827



Before leaving these two dramatic sections of the long voyage , it is interesting to
note the references to them in two ... 1905 , Dr . Hugh R . Mill places them first in
his synoptic diagram of Early Victorian Expeditions and devotes a chapter to ...

Author: Jules-Sébastien-César Dumont d'Urville

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105035562763

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Page: 250

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"Contains a biographical essay on the French navigator Dumont d'urville (1790-1842) together with a scholarly translation of that part of his diary which was written on board the Astrolabe during her passage through the coastal waters of New Zealand in 1826-27. ... The rest of the book is a translation of the New Zealand section of the French narrative which was prepared for publication by d'Urville ... and completed in 1835"--Back cover.

Victorian VoyageVictorian Voyage



But running the busy household of Chesney Wold was exhausting - and she
loved a sea - voyage . Harold booked the best available First Saloon cabin on the
steamship RMS Ruahine , due to leave Wellington ( on its fifteenth “ home ”
voyage ) ...

Author: Annie Beauchamp

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000077656456

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In March 1898, Annie and Harold Beauchap joined HMS Ruahine in Wellington for the six-week voyage 'home' to England. Annie was in her element. Undaunted by early bouts of seasickness, she began a frank and spirited record of the trip, noting her wry observations of fellow travellers and of life at sea in First Saloon. Within days of their arrival in London, the Beauchamps posted Annie's journal back to Wellington, where her mother and sister - and the five Beauchamp children, including nine-year-old Kathleen, later to be Katherine Mansfield - were eagerly awaiting news ..."--Back cover.

Victorian PoetryVictorian Poetry



DYNAMIC WORLD OF AMOURS DE VOYAGE Robert Micklus Ever since John
Addington Symonds asserted that Amours de Vorage explores “ the maladie du
siècle — the nondescript cachexy ... in which selfanalysis has been pushed to the
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ISBN: UCAL:B3664694

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Absolutely Every Bed BreakfastAbsolutely Every Bed Breakfast



LOVE'S VICTORIAN BED & BREAKFAST North 31317 Cedar Road , Deer Park ,
WA 99006 509-276-6939 Bill ... The Best Places to Kiss in the Northwest ; Fodor's
; Victorian Voyages ; Pets Welcome ; Northwest Getaways Spokane Bed ...

Author: Carl Hanson

Publisher:

ISBN: 1570611904

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Page: 316

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Because sometimes your best travel option is to know all of your options, Sasquatch is pleased to introduce the Absolutely Every Bed & Breakfast series of comprehensive state B&B guidebooks. Each guide includes detailed listings of almost every bed & breakfast in the state. Each listing is clearly organized -- detailing accommodations, amenities, and directions -- making these perfect guides for weekend getaways, vacations, and business travel alike. Formerly published by Travis Ilse Publishers.

Victorian Year bookVictorian Year book



ANTARCTICA The foundations for Australia's claim to Antarctic territory were laid
by the two expeditions led by Sir Douglas Mawson The Australasian Antarctic
Expedition ( 19111913 ) and the British - Australian - New Zealand Antarctic ...

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ISBN: SRLF:AA0008961369

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Matthew Flinders on the Victorian Coast April May 1802Matthew Flinders on the Victorian Coast April May 1802



Matthew Flinders . Log of a Voyage in H . M . S . Providence . ( Photostat copy of
original in Public Records Office , London . ) Victorian Coast and Bass Strait
Flinders , Matthew . Observations on the coasts of Van Diemen ' s Land , on Bass
' s ...

Author: K. A. Austin

Publisher: Melbourne : Cypress Books

ISBN: UOM:39015030877073

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