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A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham Galley

Dean, John

A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham Galley

&c. Publish"d in 1711. Revis"d, and re-printed with additions in 1726, by John Deane, ...

by Dean, John

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Published in [London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 794, no. 57.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16935044M

Boon Island: Including Contemporary Accounts of the Wreck of the *nottingham Galley* by Kenneth Roberts Overview - This classic tale of shipwreck and survival is reprinted in a new edition, with essays that provide a historical perspective and trace the sources from which Kenneth Roberts () drew his tale.   A narrative of the sufferings, preservation and deliverance, of Captain John Dean and company in the Nottingham galley of London, cast away on Boon-Island, near New England, Decem Language: English: LoC Class: E History: America: United States: Subject: Nottingham Galley (Merchant ship) Subject: Boon Island (Me.) Category: .

Boon Island A True Story of Mutiny, Shipwreck, and Cannibalism (Book): Vietze, Andrew: The wreck of the Nottingham Galley on Boon Island and the resultant rumors of insurance fraud, mutiny, treason, and cannibalism was one of the most sensational stories of the early 18th century. Shortly after departing England with Captain John Deane at the helm, his brother . A true account of the voyage of the Nottingham-galley of London, John Dean commander, from the river Thames to New-England, near which Place she was cast away on Boon-island, Decem by the Captain's Obstinacy with an Account of the Falsehoods in the Captain's Narrative.

  All was uneventful until the ship neared the coast of New England in December, when the ship struck rock and the men managed to clamber onto the small, rocky Boon Island. Stranded for twenty four days in the freezing cold, In August the Nottingham Galley set sail to New England carrying a cargo of rope from London and butter and cheese 3/5(4). We feature daily all The And Shipwreck Of listings. Browse in real time our list of The And Shipwreck Of sales from Ebay. some restrictions may apply. See The And Shipwreck Of description for details. Florida and the Eastern Gulf of Mexico Shipwreck Map Chart-Nautical print poster Florida and the.


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A narrative of the shipwreck of the Nottingham Galley, in her voyage from England to Boston. With an account of the miraculous escape of the captain and his crew, on a rock called Boone-Island, the hardships they endured there, and their happy :   Wreck of the Nottingham Galley describes one of the most infamous and controversial shipwrecks of all time.

The merchant vessel crashed on Boon Island, off the coast of York, Maine, in Decemberand men were stranded there for so long that they began to cannibalize each s: 1.

Boon Island is a barren rocky island in the Gulf of Maine 6 mi ( km) off the coast of York, island, which is approximately ft (91 m) by ft ( m) at low tide, is the site of Boon Island Light, at ft (42 m) high, it is the tallest lighthouse in New us vessels have been wrecked on its rocky shoreline.

Captain John Deane ( – ) was an English sailor with a long career in the Royal Navy and Russian rose to the rank of captain in the Royal Navy, commanding in the Capture of later commanded a trading vessel, the Nottingham Galley, shipwrecked on Boon Island in Deane spent – in service with the Tsar Peter the Great commanding a Russian naval ship.

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[John Dean]. YORK, Maine — The shipwreck of the Nottingham Galley on Boon Island, a tale of winter survival and cannibalism, is a story that still fascinates years later. A Narrative of the Sufferings, Preservation and Deliverance, of Capt. John Dean and Company; In the Nottingham Galley of London, Cast Away on Boon-Island, Near New England, December, 11, is an interesting narrative of the experiences of Captain John Dean and his company before, during and after the famous shipwreck of the British merchant ship Nottingham Galley.

A native Mainer, Roberts, whose historical novels include Northwest Passage and Arundel, was intrigued by the story of the December wreck of the Nottingham. After running aground a dozen miles offshore, the ship broke up, stranding her crew with minimal tools, scant shelter, and a few pieces of cheese.

The two competing narratives of the "Nottingham Galley," the voyage from England and the events surrounding the shipwreck on Boon Island are as follows: first, the original narrative by Captain John Deane and his two revised versions; second, a competing narrative told by three of the ship's secondary officers, the Bowswain Langman in s: A narrative of the ship-wreck of the Nottingham Galley: &c.

First publish'd in Revis'd, and re-printed with additions inre-publish'd inand now propos'd for the last edition, during the author's life-time, by John Deane, Then Commander, of the Nottingham Galley ; but now, and for many Years past, His Majesty's Consul for the Ports of Flanders, Residing at.

Dangerous Waters: The Wreck of the Nottingham Galley is a suspenseful historically based novel relating the events that led to the notorious Wreck of the privateer ship the Nottingham Galley off of Boon Island in Maine in the early s.

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Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. This classic tale of shipwreck and survival is reprinted in a new edition, with essays that provide a historical perspective and trace the sources from which Kenneth Roberts () drew his tale.

A native Mainer, Roberts, whose historical novels include Northwest Passage and Arundel, was intrigued by the story of the December wreck of the Nottingham. After running .The Nottingham Galley. The Nottingham Galley set sail from London on Sept.

10, under the command of Capt. John Deane. Bound for Ireland with a cargo of rope, Deane brought along the ship’s principal owners: his brother Jasper and an English gentleman named Miles Whitworth. ~This is the story of the English merchant vessel, the Nottingham Galley, carrying goods bound for Boston, in late summer ~It’s the story of its eventual shipwreck on “Boon Island”, 6 miles off the coast of Maine, in the midst of a nor’easter in December of that year.

~It’s the story of the man crew that fought for survival on that rocky, soil-less island no bigger /5(26).