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letter from Mr. Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth
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The intentions, or, rather, the directions of Dr. Burney that his Memoirs should be published; and the expectation of his family and friends that they should pass through the hands of his present Editor and Memorialist, have made the task of arranging the ensuing collations with her own personal recollections, appear to her a sacred duty from the year Vols deal with Cook’s Voyages, preface to second edition contains Hawkesworth’s reply to Mr Dalrymple’s letter critical of his account of the South Sea Voyages. Mitchell $3,
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- COOK’S FIRST VOYAGE: A GREAT RARITY - First edition. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dalrymple, Alexander, Letter from Mr. Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth, occasioned by some groundless and illiberal imputations in his account of the late voyages to the South.
Dalrymple's observations on Dr. Hawkesworth's preface to the second edition Dalrymple, Alexander, [ Book, Microform: ]. Kippis was a synthesiser, and his description of the first great voyage (of –71) draws very heavily on the account published by John Hawkesworth in (a controversial work, which was swiftly followed by a short pamphlet called A Letter from Mr.
Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth: Occasioned by Some Groundless and Illiberal Imputations in his. [A Memorial in Spanish, addressed to Philip IV of Spain, urging the exploration and colonisation of the Southern Continent].
his A Letter from Mr. Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth () a pamphlet notorious for its intemperate language and sometimes wild accusations. At exactly the same time, as is confirmed in an advertisement at the start of. Sir Joseph Hooker, in his introduction, quotes a most interesting letter from Mr.
John Ellis, F.R.S., to Linnaeus, the great botanist, in which he says that Mr. Banks, a gentleman of pounds a year, has persuaded Dr. Solander to go out with him to the South Seas to collect “all the natural curiosities of the place,” and after the. commission bearing date 25th of May, Mr Dalrymple, it may be remarked, took his disappointment very badly.
He published a petulant letter to Dr Hawkesworth, complaining, among other things, of the ill treatment he had received. hordern house rare books • manuscripts • paintings • prints 77 VICTORIA STREET•POTTS POINT•SYDNEY NSW •AUSTRALIA TELEPHONE (02) •FAX (02) A letter from Mr. Dalrymple to Dr.
Hawkesworth, occasioned by some groundless and illiberal imputations Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Herald during the years under the command of Captain Henry Kel A voyage round the world, and visits to various foreign countries, in the United States frigate Columbia.
DALRYMPLE Alexander () A Letter from Mr. Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth, occasioned by Some groundless and illiberal Imputations in his Account. I have also to thank Sir James Fitzjames Stephen for his permission to print an interesting letter on post-office franks6; Dr.
Andrews for information about the Ohio Scheme7; Mr. James Gordon, M.A., the learned Librarian of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; and Mr.
Fortescue, of the British Museum, who has helped me in many difficulties. the South Atlantic Ocean22) filled a page in A letterfrom Mr. Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth It is a characteristic of these years which Dalrymple spent in London that the 'political' and the 'scientific' strands of his activities were at the same time so distinct as to allow him to deal with.
rediscovery of Torres Strait was entirely ignored. In his first letter to Dr Hawkesworth, the editor of the official narrative, Dalrymple observed that 'Mr Banks, the very first time I saw him after his return to England, quoted the words of Arias's Memorial, which he could only have got from me'.
The Oriental Repertory, published by Mr. Dalrymple. London,2 vols. 8vo, 4to. Parliamentary Reform, as it is called, improper in the present State of this Country. London,8vo. Fox’s Letter to his worthy and independent Electors of. A Letter from Mr. Dalrymple to Dr. Hawkesworth, occasioned by some groundless and illiberal imputations in his account of the late voyages to the South () A general view of the East-India Company, written in January,to which are added some observations on the present state of their affairs (by A.
Dalrymple) (). In Greek:] Works. by HOMER. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Life of Captain James Cook/Chapter II.
From Wikisource and he had thought proper to write a polite letter to Mr. Cook, wishing him a good voyage. A conclusion is hence drawn by Dr. Hawkesworth, that these people may be upon a level with ourselves, in respect to the happiness they enjoy. This, however, is a position which ought.
Edition used: Benjamin Franklin, The Works of Benjamin Franklin, including the Private as well as the Official and Scientific Correspondence, together with the Unmutilated and Correct Version of the Autobiography, compiled and edited by John Bigelow (New York: G.P.
Putnam’s Sons, ). The Federal Edition in 12 volumes. Vol. V (Letters and Misc. Writings ).Art. LXXI.— Some Account of the Earliest Literature and Maps relating to New Zealand. By Dr. T. M. Hooken, F.L.S. [Read before the Otago Institute, 11th September, What mystery surrounds the origin of the human race I Weary with the effort to penetrate it, men, both civilized and savage, seek rest in myth, and, after tracing back their ancestry through a chain with .consequence, may be inferred from a passage in Dr Hawkesworth's reply to Mr Dalrymple, appended to his Account of Cook's First Voyage, &c., second edition.
"I am very sorry," says he, "for the discontented state of this good gentleman's mind, and most sincerely wish that a southern continent may be found, as I am confident _nothing else can.