Published 1975 by Printed for the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society by W. S. Maney in Leeds .
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|Statement||by Peter Beal.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Literary and Historical Section ;, v. 16, pt. 3, Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Literary and Historical Section ;, vol. 16, pt. 3.|
|LC Classifications||AS122 .L262 vol. 16, pt. 3, DT376 .L262 vol. 16, pt. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 39-49 ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||76381251|
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A VOYAGE TO ABYSSINIA. ourselves with other vessels, we 17 set out for Cochim, and landed there after a very hazardous and difficult passage, made so partly by the currents and storms which separated us from each other, and partly by continual apprehensions of the English and Dutch, who were cruising for us in the Indian seas.
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The Percy Folio is a folio book of English ballads used by Thomas Percy to compile his Reliques of Ancient gh the manuscript itself was compiled in the 17th century, some of its material goes back well into the 12th century.
It was the most important of the source documents used by Francis James Child for his collection The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. "Samuel Johnson's first book, A Voyage to Abyssinia (), was an English translation of Joachim Le Grand's French version of the manuscript account of the travels to Abyssinia of Father Jerónimo Lobo, a seventeenth-century Portuguese Jesuit missionary."--Introduction (page xxiii).
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by FATHER JEROME LOBO. Translated from the French by SAMUEL JOHNSON. CASSELL & COMPANY, Limited: london, paris, new york & melbourne. INTRODUCTION. Jeronimo Lobo was born in Lisbon in the year He entered the Order of the Jesuits at the age of sixteen.
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Notes. Map "copied from the original published by. Other articles where A Voyage to Abyssinia is discussed: Samuel Johnson: Early life: the Portuguese Jesuit Jerome Lobo’s A Voyage to Abyssinia, an account of a Jesuit missionary expedition.
Published inthis work shows signs of the mature Johnson, such as his praise of Lobo, in the preface, for not attempting to present marvels: “He meets with no basilisks that destroy with.
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by Henry Morley, trans. by Samuel Johnson (Gutenberg text); A voyage to Abyssinia, (London, Elliot and Kay; [etc., etc.], ), by Jerónimo Lobo, Samuel Johnson, and Joachim Le Grand (page images at HathiTrust) A voyage to Abyssinia, and travels into the interior of that country, executed under the orders of the British government, in the years.
Once again, Percy is at the center of it all playing the support and backbone for his friends and the entire world. In the Fifth Book of Percy Did What. the characters watch quests from The Demigod Files, bond more, and explore what it means to be part of Percy's friends and family.
Series. Part 5 of Percy Did What. Language: English Words. Inevitably, Johnson's translation of A Voyage to Abyssinia in and his writing of Rasselas inreflect this process. Critical of European attacks of people they came across, his views were additionally coloured by the hostile British attitude towards Portuguese merchants and colonialists, and by Reformation views towards the Catholic.
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and declared, that "I had done an act which would for ever be recorded in their books; as the baptism of the boy most clearly proved, that the English were not "Franks" (alluding to the conduct of the Jesuits about baptism,) but that we adhered to the pure religion of the Apostles." producing very.
Wild had been with Scott on the Discovery, was with Mawson in"and was a close friend of Shackleton on both the Nimrod expedition of and second-in-command on the Transantarctic Expedition of Wild joined Shackleton on his final voyage to the Antarctic in but the explorer's death sapped Wild's desire to.
Twenty Four Views in St. Helena, the Cape, India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, from Drawings by H. Salt [With Descriptions to Illustrate the Voyages and Travels of George Annesley, Earl of Mountmorris]. (Paperback) by George Annesley, Henry Salt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Abyssinia answers to the Upper, or Eastern, Ethiopia of the ancients, and comprises four provinces: Tigré, Amhara, Goggiam, and Shoa, four small kingdoms entrusted to as many Ras, or Negus, whence the title, negus-se-néghest, i.e., "King of Kings", assumed by the emperor of Abyssinia.
The whole empire contains some 4, inhabitants. The History of Rasselas Prince of Abyssinia (Crofts Classics) by Samuel Johnson, Gwin J. Kolb, Gwin J. Kolb Editor, Samuel Johnson, Gwin J. Kolb Editor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A great variety of the antelope kind is to be met with.
The largest of these are the kudoo, (agayen, T.) found also in the interior of the Cape;—the harte-beest, (wée'l, T. bohur A.) the spring-bok, (sassa, T.) and another very small species, little bigger than a hare, found commonly also at the Cape and Mosambique, called in Tigré "madoqua.".
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Books dealing with missionary enterprise are—Journal of a Three Years’ Residence in Abyssinia, by Bishop Samuel Gobat (London, ); J. L. Krapf, Travels, Researches and Missionary Labours during an 18 years’ residence in Eastern Africa (London, ); Cardinal G.
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description which is given of this people and of many of their customs, of their activity, roving disposition, mode of warfare, and particularly the direction which they subsequently took, lead to the conclusion that they were tribes of Galla; for the last account we have of the Muzimbas states, that they reached Quiloa inand thence passed on to Melinda, where they were stopped by a.