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An accidence, or, The path-way to experience

John Smith

An accidence, or, The path-way to experience

by John Smith

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Published by Printed for Jonas Man, and Benjamin Fisher in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seamanship -- Early works to 1800,
  • Naval art and science -- Early works to 1800,
  • Gunnery -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAccidence, Path-way to experience, Pathway to experience
    Statementwritten by Captaine Iohn Smith
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 82812
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination42 [i.e., 38] p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18127063M

    Accidence, or The Path-way to Experience (i), republished as A Sea Grammar, With the Plaine Exposition of Smiths Accidence for The Path-way to experience to erect a Plantation (i). It hardly needs to be added that of these the great work was The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles. book, devoted to the. John Smith was an English adventurer and explorer. He was the author of the famous works "The Generall Historie" and "A True Relation of Virginia" and others.

      Unknown said. Nicely done. Trials and tribulations with a happy ending. I am still on my first path of Leadership Development working on Level 3. I have signed up for the Mentoring program I just completed my DTM after being in Toastmasters since en In his book An Accidence or The Path-way to Experience: Necessary for all Young Sea-men (), John Smith, who founded the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown, Virginia, listed Hues' book among the works that a young seaman should study.

      One was called An Accidence or the Path-way to Experience, a tract which appeared in and was reissued several times, not always with the same title. It contained a description of the most observable features of a ship of war, and was designed for young seamen. muda. An extraordinary hodgepodge of material, the book stands as the first epic of British North America, and one that has received too little systematic attention. The third volume contains Smith's nautical writ ings: An Accidence or the Path-Way to Experience (), "an omnium gatherum of names for the appurtenances and people that make up a.


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An accidence, or, The path-way to experience by John Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Accidence, or, The path-way to experience: necessary for The path-way to experience book young sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to sea: briefly shewing the phrases, ridging [sic], and sayling, a man of warre.

Title: An An accidence, or, The path-way to experience: necessary for all young sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to sea: briefly shewing the phrases, offices, and words of command, belonging to the building, ridging [sic], and sayling, a man of warre: and how to manage a fight at sea: together with the charge and duty of every officer, and their shares: also the name, weight Author: John Smith.

An accidence or The path-way to experience: Necessary for all young sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe An accidence sea, briefly shewing the phrases, offices, and words of command, belonging to the building, ridging, and sayling, a man of warre ; and how to manage a fight at sea.

An Accidence or The Path-way to Experience. Necessary for all Young Sea-men (London, ). Advertisements The Worthies, as the book is often called, is actually more attractive for its anecdotes and digressions than for its encyclopedic content, for Fuller was not noted for accuracy.

In the case of Smith, mistakenly listed among the. An Accidence, or, The path-way to experience: necessary for all young sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to sea: briefly shewing the phrases, offices, and words of command, belonging to the building, ridging [sic], and sayling, a man of warre: and how to manage a fight at sea: together with the charge and duty of every officer, and their shares: also the name, weight, charge, shot.

One of the earliest of these was captain John Smith, the first governor of Virginia, who wrote a sea manual which passed through several editions.

This was his Accidence, or the Path-way to Experience, necessary for all young Sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to Sea, The volume differed in some respects from its predecessors, and. InCaptain John Smith, Governor of Virginia and Admiral of New England, drawing on this work, composed “An Accidence, or the Path-way to Experience, Necessary for all Young Sea-Man”.

This was expanded in under the title “A Sea Grammar”. An Accidence or the Path-way to Experience Neccessary for All Young Sea-Men () Google Book Search. A Description of New England () Google Book Search. A Sea Grammar in Generall Historie, ed., Vol. 2 () A True Relation () Google Book Search.

An Accidence, Or, the Path-Way to Experience: Necessary for All Young Sea-Men, or Those That Are Desirous to Goe to Sea: Briefly Shewing the Phrases, Offices, and Words of Command, Belonging to the Bu.

John Smith $ For those who may be interested The text quoted from Captain John Smith’s An Accidence for all Young Sea-men: or Their Path-way to Experience comes from The English Scholar’s Library, Capt. John Smith, of Willoughby by Alford, Lincolnshire; President of Virginia, and Admiral of Newpp.

This book, published in and edited by Edward Arber, is. John Smith’s most popular book is The Generall Historie of Virginia Vol 1. An Accidence, Or, the Path-Way to Experience: Necessary for All Young Sea-Men, or Those That Are Desirous to Goe to Sea: Briefly Shewing the Phrases, Offices, and Words of Command.

In his book An Accidence or The Path-way to Experience: Necessary for all Young Sea-men (), John Smith, who founded the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown, Virginia, listed Hues' book among the works that a young seaman should study.

An accidence or The path-way to experience: Necessary for all young sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to sea, briefly shewing the phrases, offices, and words of command, belonging to the building, ridging, and sayling, a man of warre; and how to manage a fight at sea.

AN ACCIDENCE for Young Sea-men: Or, Their Path-way to Experience. THE Captaines charge 1 is to commaund all, and tell the Maister to what Port he will go, or to what height. 2 In a fight he is to give direction for the managing thereof, and the Maister is to see to the cunning 3 the Ship, and trim.

• Log book of the U.S.S Brandywine from • Capt. John Smith’s treatise on the duties of sailing men, called An Accidence or Path-way to Experience. Smith, folk hero who married the Indian princess Pocahontas, and royal governor of Virginia, wrote this precursor to the Bluejackets’ Manual in Or, the Path-Way to Experience to Erect a Plantation (London: Robert Milbourne, ), p.

For Barbour in Smith, Complete Works, vol. 1, p.the use of the title here and on the title-page of the Description of New England therefore referred ‘more’ to ‘a promise than a gift’.

A friend to navigation. London, Smith, John. An accidence or the path-way to experience for young sea-men. London, a book combining charts and sailing directions with the tables.

FULL of errors: "Another item is Captain John Smith’s treatise on the duties of sailing men, called An Accidence or Path-way to Experience. Smith, the governor of Virginia who married the Indian princess Pocahontas, wrote this precursor to The Bluejacket's Manual in ".

Smith’s book titled An Accidence or The Path-Way to Experience is published. Smith’s book titled The True Travels, Adventures, and Observations of Captain Iohn Smith, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America from Anno Domini to is published. Smith’s book titled Advertisements for the Unexperienced Planters of New-England.

A Captain John Smith wrote An Accidence, or the Path-Way to Experience() and offered elemenatary instruction on seamanship in Sea Grammar () an enlarged version of the first book. Cited in a footnote to The Tempest, Arden edition. A different Captain Smith (Captain Edward John Smith) was at the helm of the RMS Titanic on its only voyage.

John Smith (c. January – 21 June ) was a English soldier, explorer, and was a leader of the first settlements at the Virginia Colony in He explored the rivers of Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay and drew a map of the Chesapeake Bay area and New England.

Smith's books and maps were very important in supporting Englishmen living in the New World.The library's rare book room, a climate-controlled vault being renovated inAnother item is Captain John Smith’s treatise on the duties of sailing men, called An Accidence or Path-way to Experience (), a precursor to The Bluejacket's Manual.Accidence or The Path-way to Experience.

Necessary for all Young Sea-men, or those that are desirous to goe to Sea. The book offered practical advice on various duties aboard ship and explained terms related to rigging, types of vessels, and ordnance. It also explained the navigational instruments and skills required of a seaman.

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