3 edition of Smuggling on the Exmoor coast, 1680-1850 found in the catalog.
Smuggling on the Exmoor coast, 1680-1850
John F. Travis
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Get this from a library. Smuggling on the Exmoor coast, [John F Travis; Exmoor Society.]. Smuggling on the Exmoor Coast - by John F. Travi s Paperback, Pages, Published by Exmoor Society ISBNISBN: Lynton and Lynmouth (1st Edition) An Illustrated History by John F.
The Author. John Travis has written and lectured on many aspects of Devon’s history, but is perhaps best known for his books on the rise of the Devon seaside resorts, the history of smuggling on the Exmoor coast and on early Lynton and Lynmouth.
He was a Lynton hotelier for many years, before studying at the University of Exeter and being awarded a Ph.D. for his thesis on the rise of the. A lavishly illustrated book, whose 36 chapters include ones on: Emigration from Devon in the 17th Century, Devonians and the Newfoundland Trade, Privateering 1680-1850 book in DevonDevon's Maritime Trade and Shippingand Devon and Smuggling Well-indexed.
Ships and Harbours of Exmoor Exmoor Press, 11 High Street, Dulverton, Somerset, () ISBN by Graham Farr Prepared by Fenella Rook Paperback, 48 pages covering the Exmoor coast of Devon and Somerset from Barnstaple to Watchet.
Ship names are shown in Italic. SandJ;Story Spandau Ballet by Travis, John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at News of recent legislation to prevent smuggling reached the incoming vessels as they approached the coast, and the seamen, fearful of stiff penalties when they arrived, threw the goods overboard.
Though the bales penetrated by sea water were of course worthless, dry bales were eagerly picked up by the local population, and sold off. Once Smuggling on the Exmoor coast ships foundered on the rocky coast they were looted by the wreckers. Jamaica Inn is well known as the setting for Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name, published in The young author was inspired to write her novel in after she and a friend became lost in fog whilst out riding on the moors, and were lead back by their.
Exmoor is loosely defined as an area of hilly open moorland in west Somerset and north Devon in South West is named after the River Exe, the source of which is situated in the centre of the area, two miles north-west of is more precisely defined as the area of the former ancient royal hunting forest, also called Exmoor, which was officially surveyed – as.
I ready a book on Chinese history, “East Asia At The Center: Years Of Engagement With The World” It was clear that, in about year cycles, people would grow wealthy from illicit trade, that wealth and prosperity would bring bureaucracy, the bureaucracy would crush trade, people would fall into poverty, the bureaucracy would collapse from a lack of wealth to confiscate, and people.
John Travis has written and lectured on many aspects of Devon's history, but is perhaps best known for his books on the rise of the Devon seaside resorts, the history of smuggling on the Exmoor coast and on early Lynton and Lynmouth.
After being awarded a PhD from the University of Exeter, he became a lecturer in social history. Smuggling activity on the north coast focused on traffic with the West Indies, and with various off-shore depots, such as Ireland, the Scillies and Lundy Island.
Ocean-going vessels heading for Bristol found it a simple matter to keep a clandestine rendezvous with small boats off the Devon coast. Thorne, Frank & Thorne, Caroline (eds) Domesday Book Vol 9 Devon Parts I & II, general editor John Morris, Phillimore, Chichester - Principal source on Domesday.
Travis, J Smuggling on the Exmoor coast The Exmoor Society The local history of smuggling. Living on Exmoor Author: Hope Bourne Described as the most significant book to appear about Exmoor since Fortescue's Story of a Red Deer, this is an acute reminder of the fragility of rural life and the environment and a fascinating portrait of the Exmoor landscape and the way of life of its people.
My problems with the book are the following: 1) How could the H fall in love with the h when she was cold and rude to him as I said before. It defied all logic and reason.
The author did not convince me that it was a realistic scenario 2) The romance was not given very much time in this book as most of the story is devoted to the smuggling s: 4.
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An attractive black & white print, rescued from a disbound book about National Trust Properties from The reverse side is blank. Suitable for framing, the average page size is approx " x " or 14cm x 21cm including border. Smuggling on the Exmoor Coast - by Travis, John Paperback Book The.
£ £ + P&P. Last one. The talks are free, but please book on to secure a place. Tales of the Exmoor Coast As a grand finale to their ‘coastal’ themed year 1, Lynmouth Pavilion Project are teaming up with National Park ranger, Tim Parish, to explore all local myths. stories, facts and legends about Exmoor’s coast.
A book about the project containing the design sketches has been published and will be for sale at both the harbour and at the Visitor Centre.
From the 7 to 13 July there will be an exhibition of Sue Webber’s work at the Old Visitor Centre on Minehead Seafront. Smuggling on the Exmoor Coast. This is a perfect shot of Lynmouth by James Walden to go with some of that material - I can just picture the smuggled goods being rowed by cover of.
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