The Resource The sailor; : a poem. The author's description of his youth, being a shepherd- going to sea- death of his sweetheart- shipwrecked in a dreadful storm; when one hundred sail of ships were cast away in Yarmouth Roads, and more than one thousand men drowned- with many other providential escapes, while he followed the sea above twenty-five years; after having been twice taken prisoner, and experienced many hardships; like the prodigal son returned safe to his friends, who supposed he was dead, as they had not heard from him for several years- with a description of Westmoreland- Keswick Lake- Flambro' Head- Hornsea Mar- Yorkshire Wolds- town of Liverpool- slave trade- the author's family- and experience., By Edward Anderson, many years master of the Jemima in the Lisbon trade

The sailor; : a poem. The author's description of his youth, being a shepherd- going to sea- death of his sweetheart- shipwrecked in a dreadful storm; when one hundred sail of ships were cast away in Yarmouth Roads, and more than one thousand men drowned- with many other providential escapes, while he followed the sea above twenty-five years; after having been twice taken prisoner, and experienced many hardships; like the prodigal son returned safe to his friends, who supposed he was dead, as they had not heard from him for several years- with a description of Westmoreland- Keswick Lake- Flambro' Head- Hornsea Mar- Yorkshire Wolds- town of Liverpool- slave trade- the author's family- and experience., By Edward Anderson, many years master of the Jemima in the Lisbon trade

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The sailor; : a poem. The author's description of his youth, being a shepherd- going to sea- death of his sweetheart- shipwrecked in a dreadful storm; when one hundred sail of ships were cast away in Yarmouth Roads, and more than one thousand men drowned- with many other providential escapes, while he followed the sea above twenty-five years; after having been twice taken prisoner, and experienced many hardships; like the prodigal son returned safe to his friends, who supposed he was dead, as they had not heard from him for several years- with a description of Westmoreland- Keswick Lake- Flambro' Head- Hornsea Mar- Yorkshire Wolds- town of Liverpool- slave trade- the author's family- and experience.
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The sailor;
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a poem. The author's description of his youth, being a shepherd- going to sea- death of his sweetheart- shipwrecked in a dreadful storm; when one hundred sail of ships were cast away in Yarmouth Roads, and more than one thousand men drowned- with many other providential escapes, while he followed the sea above twenty-five years; after having been twice taken prisoner, and experienced many hardships; like the prodigal son returned safe to his friends, who supposed he was dead, as they had not heard from him for several years- with a description of Westmoreland- Keswick Lake- Flambro' Head- Hornsea Mar- Yorkshire Wolds- town of Liverpool- slave trade- the author's family- and experience.
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By Edward Anderson, many years master of the Jemima in the Lisbon trade
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eng
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active 18th century
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Anderson, Edward
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poetry
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  • active 1823-1842
  • 1943-
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  • Hutchinson, John
  • Edwards, James O.
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  • Sailors
  • Poetry
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The sailor; : a poem. The author's description of his youth, being a shepherd- going to sea- death of his sweetheart- shipwrecked in a dreadful storm; when one hundred sail of ships were cast away in Yarmouth Roads, and more than one thousand men drowned- with many other providential escapes, while he followed the sea above twenty-five years; after having been twice taken prisoner, and experienced many hardships; like the prodigal son returned safe to his friends, who supposed he was dead, as they had not heard from him for several years- with a description of Westmoreland- Keswick Lake- Flambro' Head- Hornsea Mar- Yorkshire Wolds- town of Liverpool- slave trade- the author's family- and experience., By Edward Anderson, many years master of the Jemima in the Lisbon trade
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  • Signatures: A-F6
  • Price below imprint: Price One Shilling
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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ocn264974860
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12{u00BA} (20 cm)
Edition
Twelfth edition.
Extent
72 pages
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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Bookplate of J.O. Edwards on the upper inside board.
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The sailor; : a poem. The author's description of his youth, being a shepherd- going to sea- death of his sweetheart- shipwrecked in a dreadful storm; when one hundred sail of ships were cast away in Yarmouth Roads, and more than one thousand men drowned- with many other providential escapes, while he followed the sea above twenty-five years; after having been twice taken prisoner, and experienced many hardships; like the prodigal son returned safe to his friends, who supposed he was dead, as they had not heard from him for several years- with a description of Westmoreland- Keswick Lake- Flambro' Head- Hornsea Mar- Yorkshire Wolds- town of Liverpool- slave trade- the author's family- and experience., By Edward Anderson, many years master of the Jemima in the Lisbon trade
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  • Signatures: A-F6
  • Price below imprint: Price One Shilling
Carrier category
volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
ocn264974860
Dimensions
12{u00BA} (20 cm)
Edition
Twelfth edition.
Extent
72 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Ownership
Bookplate of J.O. Edwards on the upper inside board.

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