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Lady Brassey"s three voyages in "The sunbeam".

Brassey, Annie (Allnutt) baroness

Lady Brassey"s three voyages in "The sunbeam".

by Brassey, Annie (Allnutt) baroness

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Published by Longmans, Green and Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sunbeam (Yacht),
  • Voyages and travels.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesA voyage in the Sunbeam, Sunshine and storm in the east, In the trades, the tropics, and the "Roaring Forties"
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4], 64, 64, 64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16924538M

    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Lady Anna Brassey ( - ) recorded several of the celebrated voyages that she and her family made together around the world on their yacht, "The Sunbeam." This was the first of the several volumes she published about their travels. Three Voyages book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This translation of an eyewitness account by a major participant offers valu /5(12).

      Anna ""Annie"" Brassey (née Allnutt), Baroness Brassey ( - ) was an English traveller and writer. Her bestselling book A Voyage in the Sunbeam, our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months was published in As a young woman, she also suffered from severe burns when she stood too Pages:   A voyage in the Sunbeam: our home on the ocean for eleven months by Brassey, Annie, Publication date Topics Sunbeam (Yacht), Voyages around the world Publisher New York: J. W. Lovell Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto LanguagePages:

      Synopsis Annie, Lady Brassey was a very popular Victorian author. She travelled with her husband, Thomas and their four children aboard their yacht, the Sunbeam. Their eleven month sailing trip around the world in was inmortalized in Anna's book "A Voyage in the Sunbeam". The book ran /5(3).   Annie, Lady Brassey was a very popular Victorian author. She travelled with her husband, Thomas and their four children aboard their yacht, the Sunbeam. Their eleven month sailing trip around the world in was inmortalized in Anna's book "A Voyage in the Sunbeam". The book ran through many Author: Anna Brassey.


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Lady Brassey"s three voyages in "The sunbeam" by Brassey, Annie (Allnutt) baroness Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lady Brassey's three voyages in 'The Sunbeam' Hardcover – January 1, by Lady BRASSEY (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — Author: Lady BRASSEY. Sunbeam, a British luxury yacht launched inbecame famous when Annie Brassey, the wife of its owner Thomas Brassey, published a book describing their adventures during a world book, titled A Voyage in the Sunbeam, our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months, became a best seller and was translated into many languages.

Anna "Annie" Brassey (née Allnutt), Baroness Brassey (7 October – 14 September ) was an English traveller and writer. Her bestselling book A Voyage in the Sunbeam, our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months () describes a voyage around the of death: Malaria.

About this Item: Chicago, Belford, Clarke & Co,US Edition; 8vo; pp. xvi,patterned endpapers, frontispiece, 1 fold out map, profusely illustrated with b/w line illustrations, appendix; original green leather binding on spine and corners with green cloth, title lettered in gilt on spine, inscription on front blank page, stain on front free endpaper, a good copy.

Significance SUNBEAM, owned by Lord Thomas Brassey, was the first private steam yacht to circumnavigate the world during a journey that took place in SUNBEAM was well known internationally through the publication of Lady Annie Brassey's books on the vessel's voyages, but it also had a strong connection to Australia.

Voyage of the Sunbeam [Lady Brassey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First published inA Voyage in the Sunbeam is a journal detailing the Brassey familys voyage Lady Brasseys three voyages in The sunbeam. book the world. Annie Brassey delights in the mild Tahitian and Hawaiian breezes, shivers in the Japanese cold, and swelters in the Arabian heat/5.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. At head of title: Popular edition First published under title: Around the world in the yacht 'Sunbeam'Pages: The Brasseys, Lord and Lady Thomas Brassey, together with their children and some friends, and a complete complement of crew, made several voyages to different parts of the world.

Lady Brassey kept a journal of the travels and published three books about them which became immensely popular. Unfortunately, during the voyage to Australia Lady. The steam yacht SUNBEAM was designed by Mr St. Clare Byrne, of Liverpool, England, and launched in The yacht was built for politician Lord Thomas Brassey ().

Between July and May Lord Brassey, his wife Anna and their family sailed around the world on SUNBEAM, the first circumnavigation by a private steam yacht.

This voyage was recorded in Lady Brassey's Views: 17K. The Brasseys, Lord and Lady Thomas Brassey, together with their children and some friends, and a complete complement of crew, made several voyages to different parts of the world.

Lady Brassey kept a journal of the travels and published three books about them which became immensely Edition: Second Edition. ‘Our home on the ocean’: Lady Brassey and the voyages of the Sunbeam, – 1 Article in Journal of Historical Geography 32(3) July Author: James R.

Ryan. Between and the Brassey family undertook a series of eight extended ocean cruises on their private yachts. In this paper I am concerned with the major voyages undertaken in the years – on the Sunbeam, their favourite and best-known ship ().These trips generally served some official purpose for Lord Brassey who took a keen interest in every aspect of Cited by:   Continually in use by the Brasseys for forty-two years, her most memorable cruise was their celebrated round-the-world voyage in about which Lady Brassey wrote her best selling book Voyages in the Sunbeam.

Other cruises included three to the U.S.A., three to India and two to Australia but there were also countless shorter trips within. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. A Voyage in the 'Sunbeam', Our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months by Annie Brassey - Free Ebook Project GutenbergCited by: 7.

Read "The Last Voyage to India and Australia in the Sunbeam" by Annie Brassey available from Rakuten Kobo.

In giving to the reading world these pages of the last Journal of one of the most popular writers of our day, no apology Brand: Library of Alexandria. The final voyage of Lady Brassey and the "Sunbeam", undertaken for the sake of her health.

She died and was buried at sea on 14th September The present work was compiled from her journals by M. Broome and covers her journey from India to Labuan, Brunei, Borneo and the Celebes, on to Australia (which the "Sunbeam" circumnavigated) and.

out of 5 stars a voyage in the 'sunbeam' Our home on the ocean for eleven m. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 February Verified Purchase. This book was purchased as a sideline to my Family History research but I found it totally absorbing, bringing to light a whole new era of travel; writing the story of her journeys, the people /5(5).

THE LAST VOYAGE, TO INDIA AND AUSTRALIA, IN THE ‘SUNBEAM.’ BY THE LATE. Lady Brassey. ILLUSTRATED BY R.T. PRITCHETT AND FROM PHOTOGRAPHS.

The full-page plates and the headings to the chapters are printed in monotone by E. Nister, of Nuremberg. The wood engravings in the text are executed by Edward Whymper, J.D. Cooper, and G. Pearson. Lady Brassey spent much time in travel, and she wrote for the benefit of her friends accounts of many of her voyages.

Her earliest books, both of which were issued for private circulation, were 'The Flight of the Meteor' () and 'A Cruise in the Rothen' (), accounts of yachting trips to the Mediterranean and to Canada and the United States. Annie Brasseys Letzte fahrt an Bord des Sunbeam / Brassey Annie Ferdinand Hirt & Sohn Leipzig Book, Author: Brassey, Anna Brassey Baroness, Uniform Title Lady Brassey's three voyages in the "Sunbeam" In the Sunbeam to New.

The yacht was the Sunbeam and it had already carried the Brasseys over many sea miles, having completed, a decade earlier, the first circumnavigation of the world by a private steam yacht.

Australians and international audiences alike had followed this historic journey through Lady Brassey’s best-selling book, A Voyage in the Sunbeam (A voyage in the 'sunbeam': our home on the ocean for eleven months / by Mrs.

Brassey Longmans, Green London Australian/Harvard Citation. Brassey, Anna Brassey.A voyage in the 'sunbeam': our home on the ocean for eleven months / by Mrs.

Brassey Longmans, Green London. Wikipedia Citation.