4 edition of The log of a Halifax privateer found in the catalog.
The log of a Halifax privateer
|Statement||by Archibald MacMechan.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 72818, Nova Scotia chap-books -- no. 6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (17 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Halifax, Published for the Author by H.H. Marshall at his shop over against the Province House in Halifax, N.S. Collection queens_university; toronto Digitizing sponsor Queen's University - University of Toronto Libraries Contributor Queen's University Library, W.D.
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Enter the world of privateering and explore a long-forgotten chapter in Nova Scotia history. Original log-books and documentation from the privateers Charles Mary Wentworth, Nelson and Dart are presented online here for the first time, along with complementary digitized content from Halifax newspapers, An introductory essay, extensive background information and study guides for.
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Newly renovated in featuring expanded dining with river view, unconventional meeting spaces and art gallery guest rooms featuring original /5(). The Orchards of Ultima Thule; Nova Scotia Chap-Books (No. 5, n.d.) § "Published for the author by H.
Marshall at his shop over against the Province House in Halifax (Nova Print)"; a 13 p. pamphlet. The Log of a Halifax Privateer; Nova Scotia Chap-Books (No.
6, ). § "Published for the author by T. Allen & Co. at Halifax."; a 21 p. Lawrence was a schooner and the first privateer to be licensed out of the port of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The priveeter was launched on 16 November during the French and Indian ship was under the command of Captain Joseph Rouse with Robison Fort as first lieutenant, Andrew Gardner as ke: Charles Lawrence.
Conlin's work, which focuses on the era, involves examination of familiar sources, in particular a log-book kept on board the privateer Charles Mary Wentworth.
But that document has then been linked to other, previously neglected documents, to examine such questions as who served as rank-and-file privateers, what drew them to war at.
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