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Valentine - First years work on the wreck of the British East Indiaman.

Valentine - First years work on the wreck of the British East Indiaman.

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Published by Valentine Excavation Group in Guernsey .
Written in English


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A brief summary of the history of the British East Indiaman Valentine, her voyages and ultimate loss on rocks in Nov 1779 off the island of Sark in the Channel Islands. It goes on to describe the first years work of the Valentine Excavation Group (VEG) in surveying the wreck using approved nautical archaological techniques of the time, and the recovery of a small number of the ship"s artifacts. Drawings of recovered pottery are included.

The Physical Object
FormatSpiral-bound
Pagination19p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16166216M

How the British 3 East India Company Took Over the U.S.A. the work of the British intelligence services, under Winston Churchill, in guiding Goering's Luftwaffe to bomb London. When this is deemed useful, the British oligarchy has the bomb Aristotle was deployed first through the cult's prominent asset in Athens, the school of rhetoric. SRI LANKA During their year rule, the British favored Tamils and other minority ethnic groups over the majority Sinhalese. After 's national .

  “Aunt Peggy” was 84 when she decided to spend her remaining days tending the weed-strewn graves of British soldiers who died fighting in India.. T welve years .   In Britain lost control of India, the colony that British prime minister Disraeli had once called the “jewel in the crown of England”. Indian independence was a massive blow to British.

A few events in the early history of the East India Company are listed below. - Early in the year the Mogul Emperor issued a Firman to the HEIC for the establishment of a factory at Surat near Bombay, this was the first settlement of the British on the continent of India. The HEIC prospered and expanded. Then, the Seven Years' War began in Europe in , and the British and French in India were at it again. The British, with their naval superiority, won victories in the Bengal, at Madras, at Ponicherry, and at Wandiwash. The French surrendered for the second time in The Rise of the British East India Company ( - AD).


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The Swedish East India Company (Swedish: Svenska Ostindiska Companiet or SOIC) was founded in Gothenburg, Sweden, in for the purpose of conducting trade with China and the Far venture was inspired by the success of the Dutch East India Company and the British East India made Gothenburg a European center of trade in eastern Founder: Henrik König, Colin Campbell.

This illustration was included in the journal of the East Indiaman Suffolk /6 (L/MAR/B/D - p. 89, British Library) and gives an idea of the scale of East Indiamen. East Indiamen were designed for carrying cargo, the container ships of their day, and in Raymond's day were built on the banks of the Thames at Blackwall.

The British East India Company was formed to claim their share in the East Indian spice trade. The British were motivated the by the immense wealth of the ships that made the trip there, and back from the East.

The East India Company was granted the Royal Charter on 31 December, by Queen Elizabeth I. English: Wrecks of the Britannia, & Admiral Gardner, East Indiamen, on the Goodwin Sands, 24 Jan The ton East Indiaman 'Admiral Gardner' was built in at Blackwall.

She was named after Alan Gardner, the first Baron Gardner (–), who had a distinguished naval career until he became a Member of Parliament in Contact with divers who have investigated the site of the wreck of Sir Charles Raymond’s East Indiaman Valentine (discussed in Shipwrecks and the East India's 'Immaterial' Material Culture) has provided another exciting insight into life at Valentines in the Georgian era, connecting Raymond’s home to the Company’s trade in exotic.

BRITANNIA EAST INDIAMANwreck, wreck database. First crest of the English East India Company. ref. used: Maritime Museum Cornwall. Carl Racey † 10/01/ East India Company House. The British Office of the East India Company were in Leadenhall Street in London in Genesis.

James Mill began his History of British India inexpecting it to take him about seven years, but its completion proved to take instead twelve years, with three substantial volumes at last being published early in The work was immediately successful among British imperialists and secured for Mill for the first time a degree of prosperity.

Admiral Gardner was built in by Melhuish at Limehouse, London, (subcontracted from Perry, Blackwall) for John Woolmore. She served most of her career for the East India Company, making 5 succesful voyages. On 25th JanuaryAdmiral Gardner (Capt.

William John Eastfield) was sheltering for a gale on the Downs, when she ran aground on Goodwin Sands. Jan van Riebeeck arrival at the Cape. First activities.

Relations with the Hottentots and Harry. The introduction of the first Free Burghers. The introduction of slaves.

The departure of Jan van Riebeeck. Life on board a Dutch East Indiaman years ago: Christophorus Frikius's voyages to and through the East Indies (). – HMS Venerable, which served as the British flagship in the victory over the Dutch at the Battle of Camperdown, inbefore being wrecked on rocks near Torbay, seven years.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The East India Company. The British presence in India was heralded by the creation of the East India Company (EIC).

This was the first joint stock company, set up by royal charter in to trade between Britain and charter was renewed and extended under Charles II.

Britain was responsible for the deaths of 35 million Indians, according to Shashi Tharoor. The Congress MP made the claim in an article for Al Jazeera and also called on the Victoria Memorial in.

An early joint-stock company (the Dutch East India Company was the first to issue public stock). The company's main trade was in cotton, silk, indigo dye, saltpetre, tea and also, opium.

It was granted an English Royal Charter by Elizabeth I on Decemwith the intention of favouring trade privileges in India. Get this from a library. A history of the British East India Company [Vivian Joseph]. The East Indiaman Repulse () in the East India Dock Basin.

During the latter half of the eighteenth century and up to its loss of the monopoly of trade between Britain and the East inBritain’s greatest private merchant-owners were the Honourable East India Company.

An map depicted British India at its peak. The British first arrived in India in the early s as traders, in the form of the East India Company. For more than years the company engaged in diplomacy, intrigue, and warfare.

In exchange for British goods, the riches of India flowed back to England. It does not fall to many of us to be worshipped as a living god, but that was the fate of John Nicholson, a 19th century British army officer in the service of the East.

How British artists painted India in the golden days of East India Company [Book excerpt] Any examination of Britain’s relationship with India must take account of. The English East India Company, was an English and later British joint-stock was later formed to trade in the Indian Ocean region, initially with Mughal India and the East Indies, and later with Qing company ended up seizing control of large parts of the Indian subcontinent, colonised parts of Southeast Asia, and colonised Hong Kong after a war with.

‘Britain in India, –’ seeks to trace the last 90 years of British rule in the light of modern historical debates. The volume examines the ambiguities of British rule that followed from the post-Mutiny settlement: the tensions between an authoritarian bureaucracy and the promise of a liberal vision of the future, and between imperial interests and the growing Reviews: 4.When requesting crew lists please quote the reference number and the year of the crew list required.

Date: - Arrangement: The documents are stored by year in numerical sequence of registered number, as they were received, and have not been rearranged under the names of individual ships. Arsala Khan went on to serve untilin France, Egypt, German East Africa and India.

Then, in the summer ofhe represented his regiment in London at the official Indian victory parade.