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3 edition of seaman"s dictionary, 1644 found in the catalog.

seaman"s dictionary, 1644

Manwayring, Henry Sir

seaman"s dictionary, 1644

by Manwayring, Henry Sir

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Published by Scolar Press in Menston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naval art and science -- Dictionaries.,
  • Naval art and science -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Henry Manwayring.
    SeriesEnglish linguistics, 1500-1800; a collection of facsimile reprints,, no. 328
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsV23 .M26 1644a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[13], 127 p.
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5343202M
    ISBN 100854177833
    LC Control Number72197324

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Our item of the month is “The Sea-mans Dictionary: or, an exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe” compiled by Sir Henry Mainwaring (or Manwayring as it spelt in the title page).Although it was written inthe book was only published in It is considered the first authoritative treatise in seamanship.

The sea-mans dictionary: title page Names Manwayring, Henry, Sir () (Author) Collection. sea-mans dictionary: or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe: Dates / Origin Date Issued: Place: London Publisher: Printed by G.M.

for John Bellamy Library locations Rare Book Division. His 'Seaman's Dictionary,' which is the text-book of seventeenth- century seamanship, was compiled during Buckingham's tenure of office as Lord High Admiral of England, although it was not printed untilwhen Parliament being in possession of the fleet it was thought ' so universally necessary for all sorts of men,' that it was conceived.

Names Manwayring, Henry, Sir () (Author) Dates / Origin Date Issued: Place: London Publisher: Printed by G.M. for John Bellamy Library locations Rare Book Division Shelf locator: *KC (Mainwaring, H. Sea-mans dictionary). Get this from a library.

The sea-mans dictionary, or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe: together with an explanation of all the termes and phrases used in the practique of navigation.

[Henry Manwayring, Sir]. In the early s, the naval commander and newly appointed Lieutenant of Dover Castle Sir Henry Mainwaring (or Manwayring, /) compiled a detailed dictionary of nautical terms titled A Brief Abstract, Exposition and Demonstration of all Parts & Things belonging to a Ship, and the Practique of presented several manuscript copies Author: Amy Bowles.

Full text of "The life and works of Sir Henry Mainwaring" See other formats. It's a wall knot with an extra tuck. You can use the Handbook of Seaman's Ropework by Sam Svensson, who describes this as a Mathew Walker Knot (appearing in The Seaman's Dictionary in ), and your Mathew Walker Knot as a Doubled Mathew Walker decorative Knot.

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Full text of "The pioneers of Massachusetts, a descriptive list, drawn from records of the colonies, towns and churches and other contemporaneous documents" See other formats.

Another Seaman's Dictionary. L&M note that Sam could also be looking at Sir Henry Manwayring's Thesea-mans dictionary [spelled thus in L&M], first published in Both books are in the Pepysian Library bound together in one volume.

It's not available online as far as I can tell, but here's a description from the Encyclopedia. Among the other documents lent was a thirteenth century manuscript of Magna Carta insured for $7, the Mayflower Compact $3, the Bay Psalm Book $, the Areopagitica by John Milton $, and the Common Sense by Thomas Paine $ I suppose one could endlessly debate the value and relative value of these items.

The sea-mans dictionary: or, An exposition and demonstration of all the parts and things belonging to a shippe: together with an explanation of all the termes and phrases used in the practique of navigation.

London: G. for John Bellamy, Call. Joshua Sprague and James Sprague, his son, and the heirs of Gilbert Seamans are mentioned as entitled to land under an act passed Ap and that Joshua Sprague should be entitled to acres; James Sprague acres; and the heirs of Gilbert Seamans acres of land in Ohio in what is known as the Refugee tract, which was four and.

A New Book of the Natures and Properties of all Wines and the Book of the Natures and Virtues of Triacle: A Dictionary of the English before the Vulgar Russe Tongue: ca - ca Ridley, Mark (lex.) ca.

- ca. Symons, Richard Multilingual lexis: Cornish; Dictionarium Saxonicum: - The IEEE History Center maintains a physical library at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ for research purposes.

If you are interested in accessing any of this material, please contact the History Center librarian. Abigail married Benjamin Coe; he was born in Ipswich (England),and was brought by his parents,to New England, and who later on were Hempstead and Newtown (Long Island) and where Benjamin and wife Abigail (Carman) were of the early settlers.

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It attempts to defend seafarers from potential accusations of meddling in affairs beyond their station, or even of by: 1. 79 ii Col. John Jackson, born say[71] probably in England, married Elisabeth 2 Seaman, daughter of Capt.

John 1 and Elisabeth (Strickland) Seaman, of Hempstead, [72] in ca. in Hempstead. [73] She was born in The seamans song of Captain Ward the famous pyrate of the world, and an Englishman born, the tune is, The kings going to Bulloign.

[between and ] The seamans song of Danse[k?]ar the Dutchman, his robberies done at sea. To the same tune. [?] The seamans .Smith and Young Families of northern Rhode Island Hi.

My name is Dan. I was born in Rhode Island but grew up in a military family and moved a lot. I live in the Southeast now, quite a ways from R.I. and my relatives and deceased ancestors. I have always been interested in my family's history since my teens.

I am a member of the New England Historic.