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The Ship Of Rio - Simon Woolf, Steuart Bedford - A Childs Garden (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Steuart Bedford was at the time of recording a member of the music staff of The English Opera Group and a professor at the Royal Academy of Music. Well known as a conductor, organ recitalist and pianist, he was Simon Woolf's partner for his first recital record of songs by Russian composers.
  2. Jul 22,  · Family of Toddler Who Died from Fall Off Cruise Ship Speaks Out: 'We Have to Go on for Her' this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.
  3. James Abercrombie appears as captain of the ship St. Andrew on 9 SEP , 14 SEP , and on 23 SEP , the only dates in that time interval when the St. Andrew appears on the Philadelphia ship lists. It is therefore likely, but not certain, that this ship was the St. Andrew.] KM.
  4. List of passengers from London to James River in Virginia on the Huguenot Ship Peter & Anthony List of passengers from London to James River in Virginia, being French Refugees imbarqued in the ship ye Peter and Anthony, Galley of London, Daniel Perreau Commander (viz't) 20th of Sept. Monsieur Je Joux, minister.
  5. Ships by Name. * denotes children / more same name people are listed: Hibbens/Fribbens: William & Anne.
  6. May 25,  · Virginia Woolf's travel and literary notebook, – Virginia Woolf’s connection to London is evident in this travel notebook that she kept in her twenties. She writes of her ‘longing’ for the city and the beauty of ‘a wet London street, with lamplight twisted on .
  7. Note: In those instances where more is known about the individual or individuals, hot links have been added. Also Note All Ship's Records have not been added here as yet (Search the Combs Research List Archives for possible additional records). See also Early Combs to Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts for "headrights" of Combs &c. where the names of ships remain unknown.
  8. Sailors were on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If repairs were needed, the captain needed to be able to call on any and all persons on board, who were used to repair sails and mast, man the bilge pumps below decks, or even to leave the ship in order to patch holes in the ship’s sides with wood or sheets of lead that were nailed to the ship.

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