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Captain Woodes Rogers" voyage round the world, 1708-1711

Jones, Donald

Captain Woodes Rogers" voyage round the world, 1708-1711

by Jones, Donald

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Published by Bristol Branch of the Historical Association in Bristol .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rogers, Woodes, -- d. 1732.,
  • Voyages around the world

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementDonald Jones.
    SeriesLocal history pamphlets -- 79
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG420.R67 J65 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15506944M
    ISBN 100901388629
    OCLC/WorldCa29604691

    Captain Thomas James and the North West Passage C. M. McInnes Captain Woodes Rogers' Voyage Round the World - Donald Jones Care of Clothes Jane Askelford Caves of the Avon Gorge Rodway Speological Group Channel Portraits Greehalgh and Newman Chapels of the Kingswood Area Kingswood Borough Council. Woodes Rogers (English); –; with the Duke and the Duchess; He rescued Alexander Selkirk on Juan Fernandez on 31 January Selkirk had been stranded there for four years. William Dampier (English); –; First person to circumnavigate the world three times (–, – and –).

    Captain Woodes Rogers' Voyage Round the World Clive Burgess: The Parish Church and the Laity in Late Medieval Bristol: Derek Winterbottom: John Percival: the Great Educator: Joseph Bettey: Bristol Cathedral: the Rebuilding of the Nave: Harold Nabb: The Bristol Gas Light Company; the Breillat. William Dampier, by W. Clark Russell, free ebook. CHAPTER III.——DAMPIER'S FIRST VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD* "AP ," writes Dampier, "about Ten a Clock in the morning being 12 leagues N.-W. from the Island Plata, we left Captain Sharp and those who were willing to go with him in the Ship, and imbarqued into our Launch and Canoas, designing for the River of Santa .

    “A Voyage Round the World by Captain Woods [sic, Woodes] Rogers and Stephen Courtney, in ” Volume 10 (of 18), Chapter X, pp. in A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery and Commerce by Sea and. Woodes Rogers Bristol. Born around Woodes Rogers started his working life as an ordinary seaman and Bristol merchant. Between the years , he commanded a privateering expedition around the world, sponsored by fellow Bristol merchants.


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Captain Woodes Rogers" voyage round the world, 1708-1711 by Jones, Donald Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Captain Woodes Rogers' voyage round the world, [Donald Jones; Historical Association (Great Britain). Bristol Branch.]. This is the first-hand story of Woodes Rogers, the most successful British privateer ever, and his circumnavigation from to Rogers' mission was to harass Spanish shipping, and he did it splendidly, capturing two Spanish galleons laden with riches off the Pacific coast of the by: A Cruising Voyage Round the World book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Recounts Woodes Rogers wildly audacious 4/5. Crusoe's captain; being the life of Woodes Rogers, seaman, trader, colonial governor by Bryan D.

G Little (Book) A voyage to the South Sea, and round the world, perform'd in. A Cruising Voyage Round the World by Captain Woodes Rogers. Woodes Rogers (c. - 15 July ) was an English sea captain and privateer and, later, the first Royal Governor of the Bahamas.

He is known as the captain of the vessel that 1708-1711 book marooned Alexander Selkirk, whose plight is generally believed to have inspired Daniel Defoe's.

Captain Woodes Rogers' Voyage Round the World is the seventy-ninth pamphlet in the series published by the Bristol Branch of the Historical Association.

The author, Donald Jones, carried out a considerable amount of research in the Public Record Office and discovered some new, and hitherto unused, material on the voyage. This is the extraordinary story of a Privateer, who in a voyage of three years, raided and plundered the rich Spanish territories in the New World, captured a small fleet of enemy ships, rescued the real-life Robinson Crusoe, and circumnavigated the globe/5.

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A voyage to the South Sea, and round the world in the years (Bibliotheca Australiana)Author: Captain Edward Cooke. A Cruising Voyage Round the World Captain Woodes Rogers. Captain Rogers recounts his voyage around the world from aboard The Duke, including the rescue of marooned Alexander Selkirk (the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe) and the harassment of the Spanish.

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Rogers, M.D., published May thereby infringing the monopoly of the EIC. The author also uses the accounts of the voyage to describe the payouts made to the owners, officers and crew of the ships, itself involving many disputes.

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Recounts Woodes Rogers wildly audacious circumnavigation around the world in Pages: Rogers, Woodes: Voyage autour du Monde Rogers, Woodes: Voyage autour du monde. - T his A cruising voyage round the world, tp=By Captain Woodes Rogers.

A Voyage to the South Sea, and Round the World, perform'd in the years London: 8° ( x mm). [24],[12]pp, last leaf being publisher's ads. Folding double-hemisphere world map by John Senex, 19 engraved maps, plans and plates, 2 of which folding. A Cruising Voyage Round the World Captain Woodes Rogers.

Captain Rogers recounts his voyage around the world from aboard The Duke, including the rescue of marooned Alexander Selkirk (the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe) and the harassment of the Spanish. [Find All Booty] [Go for the Rare Treasure] The Buccaneers of America.

The Real Robinson Crusoe Capt. Woodes Rogers, a distinguished English privateer who wrote A Cruising Voyage Round the World, about his expedition.

A Cruising Voyage Round the World, by Woodes Rogers. Very interesting historical reading of this circumnavigation by the privateer Woodes Rogers. Great section on finding Alexander Selkirk on Juan Fernandez Island (upon which Robinson Crusoe is based). The Speedwell Voyage, by Poolman. Story of the privateers that set out in to.

Captain Woodes Rogers' Voyage Round the world(Bristol Bristol Branch of the Historical Association Pamphlet, ). Bristol's Sugar Trade and Refining Industry, (Bristol: Bristol Branch of the Historical Association Pamphlet, ). Captain Woodes Rogers’ Voyage Round the World 80 Clive Burgess The Parish Church and the Laity in Late Medieval Bristol: 81 Derek Winterbottom John Percival: the Great Educator: 82 Joseph Bettey Bristol Cathedral: the Rebuilding of the Nave: 83 Harold Nabb.

Woodes Rogers Buccaneering Classic A Cruising Voyage Round the World The Inspiration for Robinson Crusoe and Much Pirate Lore 26. Book Description: The three great privateering expeditions into the South Sea, which set out, respectively, inled by William Dampier; inled by Woodes Rogers; and inled by George Shelvocke, were costly and ambitious long distance voyages, carrying great risk for their investors but promising great reward.The narrative of the voyage is told by Captain Woodes Rogers in [quot]A Cruising Voyage Round the World, ,[quot] London, The expedition was rendered memorable by the dis- covery of [quot]Robinson Crusoe,[quot] which is thus told in the words of Captain Rogers: '' We arrived at the Island of Juan Fernandez on the first of.

In – Dampier commanded two government privateers on an expedition to the South Seas with grievous unsuccess; better fortune attended him on his last voyage, as pilot to Woodes Rogers in the circumnavigation of –