Journal of the voyage of H.M.S. Tagus from England to the South Pacific, 1813-1814.

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Ross, F. Journal of the voyage of H.M.S. Tagus from England to the South Pacific, 1813-1814.

Journal of the voyage of H.M.S. Tagus from England to the South Pacific, 1813-1814.

F. Ross's journal of a voyage of the H.M.S. Tagus from England to the South Pacific, from November 26, 1813 through August 1814. Includes accounts of the capture of French ship of war Le Ceres and U.S.S. Essex and visits to Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo, Valparaíso, Callao, Guayaquil, Islands of Galapagos and Marquesas, and other locations. Includes eighteen watercolor sketches depicting the surrender of Le Ceres and views of Rio de Janeiro, La Plata, Montevideo, and other locations, as well as several unfinished pencil sketches, including "The Capture of the U.S.S. Essex." Volume appears to have been created in 1815, after the author's return to England.

.16 linear foot (1 volume)

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Essex (Ship : 1806)

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Tagus (Ship)

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Ceres (Ship : 1811-1839)

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Voyages: (1) 1795/6 New South Wales and China. Capt Thomas Hedley. Portsmouth 9 Aug 1795 - 18 Oct Rio de Janeiro - 24 Jan 1796 Sidney Cove - 12 May Whampoa - 22 Jun Second Bar - 20 Nov St Helena - 14 Feb 1797 Long Reach. (2) 1800/1 Bengal. Capt Thomas Todd. Falmouth 10 Jan 1801 - 16 Jun Calcutta - 21 Aug Culpee - 15 Sep Saugor - 31 Dec St Helena - 6 Mar 1802 Deptford. British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : CorporateBody : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000081.0x0003...

Great Britain. Royal Navy

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Richard Howe, Earl Howe, was born in London, England, on March 19, 1726, the son of Emanuel Scrope Howe (1699-1735) and Mary Sophia Charlotte von Kielmansegg (1703-1782). Around 1735, he joined the crew of the merchant ship Thames, and in July 1739 he joined the 40-gun Royal Navy ship Pearl . Howe then served on several ships in the Caribbean and off the South American coast. After being promoted to lieutenant in 1744 and post captain in 1746, he continued his military service in th...

Ross, F.

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