2 edition of Our wherry in Wendish lands found in the catalog.
Our wherry in Wendish lands
H. M. Doughty
|Statement||By H. M. Doughty ... illustrated by his daughters.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15, -406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
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Our Wherry in Wendish Lands: From Friesland, through the Mecklenburg Lakes, to Bohemia. London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d. [?]. Second edition. Hardcover. pp, with many illustrations, and with the four coloured folding maps in crisp condition. Contents very clean. Decorative endpapers tanned, with light foxing to their adjacent pages. The Wendish Crusade (German: Wendenkreuzzug) was a military campaign in , one of the Northern Crusades and a part of the Second Crusade, led primarily by the Kingdom of Germany within the Holy Roman Empire and directed against the Polabian Slavs (or "Wends"). The Wends are made up of the Slavic tribes of Abrotrites, Rani, Liutizians, Wagarians, and Pomeranians Location: Central Europe (Modern day .
[Count D'Epremesiul]: 'En Wherry - Trois semaines dans les Broads du Norfolk', Paris, , 1st edition, 5 photogravure plates + folding map as called for, contemporary full morocco gilt, spine gilt in compartments, original pictorial top wrap bound in, Duke of Leinster Carton House Library armorial bookplate to front pastedown, scarce, plus H.M. Doughty: 'Our Wherry in Wendish Lands. Passengers on the Ben Nevis and Their Families has been an effort to decipher the document that has come to be known as the Ben Nevis list and put forth the most complete and accurate information about the Wendish families aboard the Ben Nevis.5/5(9).
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Title: Our Wherry in Wendish Lands; from Friesland, through the Mecklenburg Lakes, to Bohemia Second edition. Publisher: British Library. Title: Our Wherry in Wendish Lands; from Friesland, through the Mecklenburg Lakes, to Bohemia Second edition.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, Author: Henry Montagu Doughty.
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Our Wherry in Wendish Lands: From Friesland Through the Mecklenburg Lakes, to Bohemia Doughty, H.M. Published by Ashford Press, Southampton (). AbeBooks search is for Title = Our Wherry in Wendish Lands. As you say, there are several copies available, but BUYERS BEWARE - the "Second Edition" appears to be a British Library Print on Demand book.
This is likely to loose all the illustrations. Anyone wanting this book should look for the Ashford Press Publishing, Edition. It's a nicely bound. Your feedback will help us improve the Spectator Archive.
Submit Feedback. Owr Wherry in Wendish Lands. By H. Doughty. Illus- our travellers fared onwards across Anhalt and Saxony over the Bohemian frontier to a point almost within a day's sail of Prague.
Along these quaint byways, scarcely known to the ordinary tourist, all whose. Doughty, H M Our Wherry in Wendish Lands* / Ashford Press ISBN 0 38 X Fuller, M How to Build a Wherry undated Mentioned in SAS, p Malster, Robert Wherries and Waterways / Terence Dalton SBN 30 1.
- Our Wherry in WEndish Lands: from Friesland, through the Mecklenburg Lakes, to Bohemia, first edition, half title, frontispiece, folding maps, plates, text-illustrations, 2 pp advertisments at end, presentation copy from the author, inscribed `C.M.D.
from H.M.D, Christmas ` at head of half-title, with manuscript fragment in his hand pasted below, blind stamp at end, original. A large quantity of Antiquarian mostly 19thC books on cruising European waterways including 'Our Autumn Holiday on French Rivers' & Our Wherry in Wendish lands and most of the Victorian cruising titles plus oddly 'A History of the Ribble' and 2 copies of Tew's Oakham Canal made £ Three shelves of David & Charles books -£ "Our Wherry in Wendish Lands - From Friesland through the Mecklenburg Lakes to Bohemia" was published in London in The author was y and he had written several other accounts of journeys in his Norfolk wherry 'Gipsy'.
The wherry was 53 feet long and 13½ feet wide with a mast that could be lowered to pass under bridges. H M Doughty's book, Our Wherry in Wendish Lands, is still in print. In fact its German edition was prominently displayed in the booking office at Hafendorf Müritz, where we (the Eames family: two adults, two teenagers, no butlers) picked up our boat for.
Doughty H M Our Wherry in Wendish Lands: From Friesland through the Mecklenburg Lakes to Bohemia, Ashford Press Publishing,pp with many line illustrations. First published in Hb. Fine with an attractively decorated blue cloth.
Our wherry in Wendish lands: from Friesland through the Mecklenburg lakes, to Bohemia. Our Wherry in Wendish Lands () Holland, Gemany, Bohemia Sailing, H M DOUGHTY. C $; Buy It Now +C $ shipping. * Full title "Our Wherry in Wendish Lands: From Friesland Through the Mecklenburg Lakes to Bohemia" by Henry Montague Doughty - the reprint by Ashford Publishing is the one to go for - much better than the print-to-order OCR versions.
Coincidently, ther postman has just this minute delivered another wherry related book to me - "Our Wherry In Wendish Lands" written by HM Doughty in which is an account of his trip through Holland and up to Bohemia on the Norfolk Wherry "Gipsy".
SMALL CRAFT VOYAGES. - H.M. DOUGHTY. Our Wherry in Wendish Lands: From Friesland, through the Mecklenburg Lakes to Bohemia. London: Jarrold & Sons [n.d. but circa ] 8vo ( x mm.) Frontispiece, 32 plates, 4 folding maps, 2pp.
advertisements at rear. (Light browning, occasional minor spotting or soiling, 3 folding maps torn without loss.). you can buy a paperback re-print on Amazon, and two companion books, “Friesland Meres”, about two trips through the meres, canals and rivers of the Netherlands, and “Our Wherry in Wendish lands: from Friesland through the Mecklenburg lakes to Bohemia” an account of Germany’s waters.
both are illustrated by “the girls” but they. old waterway books Musings,reviews and articles on old canal and waterway related books and ephemera in my collection. Wednesday, 25 November Of Buckby Cans and badges.
For those tired of old books and for whom canal hardware is more their 'thing'. A couple of recent items at auction. King of the Wends (Latin: Rex Vandalorum; Swedish: Vendes Konung) was a pan-Scandinavian title denoting sovereignty, lordship or claims over the Wends, a people who historically populated Western Slavic lands of southern coasts of the Baltic Sea, those otherwise called Mecklenburg, Holstein and Pomerania, and was used from the 12th century to Our society aims to collect, preserve and document Wendish and German family history, culture and heritage in Australia.
> learn more about our Society and the aims of this website See the list of Wends who emigrated from Europe to Australia in the 19th Century.Jarrold & Sons, Undated [but c] 1st edition.
One of the great classics of 19th century boating, being an account of a journey through the Netherlands and Northern Germany to Prague in a Norfolk Wherry in pp plus two fold .