TOWARDS QUEBEC TWO MID-19TH CENTURY EMIGRANTS JOURNALS

By: Giffard, Ann

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National Maritime Museum Greenwich, UK by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London. These are two logs of unsensensational passages across the Atlantic to Canada by two emigrants, William Gliddon (1855) aboard the full-rigged ship Ocean Queen 1,000 tons and William Fulford 'Uncle Billey' (1848) aboard the barque Civility 450 tons. Illustrated dust jacket over red cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 72pp. 222 mm x 135 mm.

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