The World of John Secker 1716-95, Quaker Mariner

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The world of John Secker (1716-95), Quaker mariner, edited by Andrew Hopper.

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John Secker’s reminiscences of his life at sea provide a remarkable bottom-up account of the eighteenth-century maritime world.

The son of a Quaker miller from North Walsham, Secker’s global sea-faring life took him not only across maritime Europe and North America, but also to Arabia, India, the South Seas and Pacific Ocean.

His travels encompass themes as diverse as religion, overseas cultures, migration, slavery, navigation, weather, living conditions at sea, commerce and cargoes, navel engagements, discipline and press-gangs, piracy, insurance fraud, foreign imprisonment and Jacobite exiles.

Additional information

Series:

Norfolk Record Society

Volume Number:

LXXV

Year of Publication:

2011

Edited By:

Andrew Hopper

Cover:

Hardcover

Language:

English

Pages:

194

ISBN-10:

x

ISBN-13:

9780955635748

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