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Bibliographic Details. Title: Journal of an African Cruiser: Comprising. Book Condition: Fair. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Publisher: George P. Putnam & Co, New York. Publication Date: 1853. Arundel Books Seattle store is located Seattle's historic Pioneer Square. We have a select, diverse stock that is constantly changing and growing. Although we have an open store, we do the majority of our business over the Net and are committed to providing professional service. We began as a publishing company in 1984, and have been selling used and rare books through our stores and catalogues since 1987.
Download Horatio Bridge's Journal of an African Cruiser for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile. The second move brought us to New York; the third, from the Navy Yard into the North river; and the fourth will probably bring us to an anchorage off Sandy Hook. After a hard winter of four months, in New Hampshire, we go to broil on the coast of Africa, with ice enough in our blood to keep us comfortably cool for six months at least. the steamer cast off, and we anchored inside of Sandy Hook; at 12 Meridian, hoisted the broad pennant of Commodore Perry, and saluted it with thirteen guns. the ship gets under way, and with a good breeze, stands out to sea.