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Published by Norman Adlard & Co., Ipswich. 1949. Foreword by Sir Alan G. Anderson, G.B.E. (Chairman of Orient Line). Regarded as the greatest seaman of all times, and considered by his peers as the 'most learned Merchant seaman' and 'a man of great mathematical and mental force, a first class seaman'. Trained at Conway in 1849 his first command was Whittington of Lancaster Shipowners Company a few years later he joined Pacific Steam Navigation Company. Forty five years later he left the sea and the Orient Line. He recalls the voyages thus I crossed the equator 204 times, through the Suez Canal 154 times, passed through Port Phillip Heads 3451 times, and the Sydney Heads 200 times. Blue cloth covered boards without dust jacket. Good condition. 161pp. 220 x 130 mm