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Extracts from the letters, journals, &c

Gurney, Joseph John

Extracts from the letters, journals, &c

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Published by Printed for the family only in (London?) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gurney, Joseph John, -- 1788-1847.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementof Joseph John Gurney.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 719 p. ;
    Number of Pages719
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19913459M

    This day and night sailed sixty leagues, at the rate of ten miles an hour, which are two leagues and a half. Wednesday, 17 October. Ya-gan was seen to-day behind Dring's, on the other side of the river, and Edward's wife saw some of the natives busy at the potatoes in the middle of the day; putting these things together, they show he is the delinquent. This is not fair to the grazier or to the public. Wright'sis parcelling it out to labourers, and there are already four different lots taken by persons of that class, from twenty to one hundred acres. Seeing some of them with little bits of this metal hanging at their noses, I gathered from them by signs that by going southward or steering round the island in that direction, there would be found a king who possessed large vessels of gold, and in great quantities.

    Sailed northwest and northwest by north and at times west nearly twenty-two leagues. I do not, however, see the necessity of fortifying the place, as the people here are simple in war-like matters, as your Highnesses will see by those seven which I have ordered to be taken and carried to Spain in order to learn our language and return, unless your Highnesses should choose to have them all transported to Castile, or held captive in the island. Laton's grant, on the opposite side of the river opposite J. I have before mentioned the very pleasing tone of these bells; it is delightful to hear them on a fine evening. Streeter of Fowler, St. His tours of inspection usually took place every three years.

    It was not until that he was installed as the third Bishop of Nova Scotia, after having served as rector of St. Despite several missing leaves, entries have survived for most days between 12 September and 11 February It is our interest to show them, first, that we set such a value on our stock as will make us resent and punish any aggression upon them; and next, that we are so united together, "so much brothers," that any injury committed against one will be resisted by all. David was fighting another enemy besides illiteracy, one closer to home. Thomas Benton Alexander was a native of Henry County, Tennessee, and was working as a farm laborer in Maury County when, in Octoberhe was mustered in to Confederate service.


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Extracts from the letters, journals, &c book

Here are also whales. Sailed day and night, west thirty-nine leagues, and reckoned only thirty-six. I brought Weeip into my room, and had a long conversation with him.

Wednesday, 17 October. Being at sea, about midway between Santa Maria and the large island, which I name Fernandina, we met a man in a canoe going from Santa Maria to Fernandina; he had with him a piece of the bread which the natives make, as big as one's fist, a calabash of water, a quantity of reddish earth, pulverized and afterwards kneaded up, and some dried leaves which are in high value among them, for a quantity of it was brought to me at San Salvador; he had besides a little basket made after their fashion, containing some glass beads, and two blancas by all which I knew he had come from San Salvador, and had passed from thence to Santa Maria.

Wright'sis parcelling it out to labourers, and there are already four different lots taken by persons of that class, from twenty to one hundred acres.

Letters to the Church

Most notable is a six-volume, page diary that comprehensively chronicles Woodworth's military service, with entries running from September to May Reckoned only forty-eight leagues, that the men might not be terrified if they should be long upon the voyage. Continued their course west and sailed day and night in calms, fourteen leagues; reckoned eleven.

H, 13th Maine Infantry, containing six pages of dated wartime entries 19 September to 1 October and a few pages of wartime accounts. I thought we were likely to have it fine again, but this evening the wind is rising from the north-west a bad sign.

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Share this:. I endeavored to procure them to lead the way thither, but found they were unacquainted with the route. I ordered that nothing which they had left should be taken, not even the value of a pin.

C, 87th Indiana Infantry. Had a dish of turnips to-day;—by the way, the last seeds you sent me were too old; those of mangel wurzel, parsnep, carrot, cabbage, and onion, failed altogether; the lucerne alone is growing; the flower seeds do not show yet. Many land birds, one of which they took, flying towards the southwest; also grajaos, ducks, and a pelican were seen.

On 16 March Captain Prime was appointed provost marshall of the division now 2nd Division, XXV Corpsin which capacity he served for the duration of his service. Twice, saw two pelicans; many weeds. So after having expelled the Jews from your dominions, your Highnesses, in the same month of January, ordered me to proceed with a sufficient armament to the said regions of India, and for that purpose granted me great favors, and ennobled me that thenceforth I might call myself Don, and be High Admiral of the Sea, and perpetual Viceroy and Governor in all the islands and continents which I might discover and acquire, or which may hereafter he discovered and acquired in the ocean; and that this dignity should be inherited by my eldest son, and thus descend from degree to degree forever.

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Oct 26,  · Portions of the diary have been published a number of times: firstly in under the title Extracts from the letters and journals of George Fletcher Moore, now filling a judicial office at the Swan River Settlement; secondly, serialised in The West Australian between and ; thirdly, intogether with a reprint of Moore's A.

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The letters from to mid were published in as Extracts from the Letters and Journals of George Fletcher Moore, now filling a judicial office at the Swan River Settlement.

Publication was at the request of Moore's father Joseph, and may have been without George Fletcher Moore's knowledge.