1 edition of Frobisher"s first voyage found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||E173 .O44 vol. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||20020784|
Tel: | Email: [email protected] Site by big fish. Read "The First Voyage around the World () An Account of Magellan's Expedition" by Antonio Pigafetta available from Rakuten Kobo. On 10 August , five ships departed from Seville for what was to become the first circumnavigation of the globe. Link.
John married first name Frobysher. John passed away in , at age 58 at death place. + Documents of John Frobisher. John Frobisher in The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Vol.2, " Gilbert Wilkynson for 20«. wages, 6c/. Sum 57s. Sd. NORMANTON- John Brayton for 4/. guds, 2s. This voyage was funded by the Queen as well. The exact day is still unknown May 1, Frobisher sails to America for the 3rd time The 3rd time Frobisher sailed to America he sailed to the Hudson strait. By the time he reached the Hudson strait the fog and ice forced him and his crew to return back to England, Frobisher believed he had found.
Sir Martin Frobisher. Martin Frobisher was a navigator navigator, explorer, naval officer and pirate. He was the first English explorer to sail the northeast North American coast. The three voyages of Martin Frobisher [microform]: in search of a passage to Cathaia and India by the North-West, A.D. reprinted from the first edition of Hakluyt's Voyages: with selections from manuscript documents in the British Museum and State Paper Office.
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Trade between Europe and Cathay (the Orient) had slowed considerably in the midth century. Various wars had blocked many overland trade routes and many trade ships had been lost attempting to sail beneath Africa around the dangerous Cape of Good Hope.
Ina Protestant clergyman and Oxford scholar, published a work entitled Divers Voyages touching the discoverie of America, which was a collection of first person accounts. Frobisher. As well, one was drafted specifically for the first voyage by William Borough, to compile all of what was known - or surmised - about the North Atlantic; blank parts were to be filled in by Frobisher or Hall as positional readings were taken.
Few Englishmen had sailed beyond European coastal waters. The First Voyage book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. 30, years ago, before the pyramids are built, before the Ice Age comes /5(8). Frobisher's reports of possible gold mines convinced investors to fund a second voyage.
OnFrobisher set out to sea again, this time with additional funding, ships and men. Sir Martin Frobisher, English navigator and early explorer of Canada’s northeast coast.
Frobisher went on voyages to the Guinea coast of Africa in andand during the s he preyed on French shipping in the English Channel under a privateering license from the English crown; he was. First Name * Last Name * Email Address * Message * Join the crew.
Sign up for juicy news, fanciful musings and the odd freebie, too. (By signing up, you’re confirming that you’re over 18 and would like us to send you our newsletters and offers by email. Tel: | Email: [email protected] Site by big fish. Martin Frobisher's Second Voyage - Meta Incognita. In Spring ofMartin Frobisher set sail aboard the ton ship Ayde with orders from Queen Elizabeth I to claim the Arctic regions in the name of England and to gather as much gold as he could carry in the ship.
During his first voyage the previous year, Frobisher had been convinced that he had, indeed, discovered the Northwest. A portrait of Martin Frobisher, commissioned in following the apparent success of his first Arctic voyage, shows a tall, well-built, commanding figure - adventurer and warrior.
In Frobisher was placed in command of an expedition to the New World. It was England's first attempt to find a Northwest Passage to Cathay. Frobisher set sail on 7th June with three small ships, Pinnace, Michael and Gabriel. After losing two of his ships he eventually reached Baffin Island and discovered what became known as Frobisher Bay.
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by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien) Introduction. Martin Frobisher headed three voyages (,& ) from England. The purpose of the first voyage was to search for the fabled Northwest passage to Cathay. In the first of these three journeys (June to October ) he found what is now called the Frobisher Strait.
He returned to England with black rocks that were thought to contain gold. In his second voyage (May to September ) he returned with tons of this black rock that was eventually to be used for road repairs in Kent.
The premier primary source on the Frobisher voyages is Captain George Best’s book, A True Discourse of the Late Voyages of Discoverie. Best served as Frobisher’s lieutenant on the second voyage and as the captain of the Anne Francis on the third.
Inthe Elizabethan adventurer Martin Frobisher setout to discover the North-west passage to China, across the barren wastes of northern Canada. He failed to find the passage, and spent most of his time on a fool's search for gold - but the remains of his settlement have recently been excavated by Robert McGhee, who has produced the reconstruction of the hut shown here.
Robert Frobisher, a young Englishman inis the author of the Letters from Zedelghem. Robert Frobisher, a young, penniless, bisexual musician, has been disowned by his father, kicked out of the University, and has an army of creditors eager to find gh in love with Rufus Sixsmith,he "escapes" to Edinburgh, Scotland where in a letter to Rufus explains that he intends to persuade.
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On 10 Augustfive ships departed from Seville for what was to become the first circumnavigation of the globe. Linked by fame to the name of its captain, Magellan, much of the expedition is known through the travelogue of one of the few crew members who returned to Spain, Antonio Pigafetta.
A narrative and cartographic record of the journey (including 23 hand-drawn watercolour charts. Palmiotti (Marine Transportation/SUNY Maritime College; Navigator’s Notebook, ) applies his maritime expertise to a historical novel about a cargo ship’s world travels.
Patrick Welch, a young, college-educated seaman in Brooklyn, New York, intakes a job as third mate aboard the cargo ship York ship’s captain, Van Metre, has a stern reputation, and the crew is.
The first one always speaks in a low tone to the sun, and the second answers her. The second old woman then presents a cup of wine to the first, who, whilst they both continue their address to the sun, brings the cup four or five times near her mouth as though going to drink, and meanwhile sprinkles the wine on the heart of the pig.Thurstan Frobisher (b.
), was the first of the family to cross the Pennines eastwards; his son, John, married Joan, the daughter of Sir William Scargill, steward of Pontefract Castle, through whom the manor of Altofts appears to have devolved upon the Frobisher family.