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Free eBook The Polynesian journal of Captain Henry Byam Martin, R.N download ISBN: 0708116094
Author: Henry Byam Martin
Publisher: Peabody Museum of Salem (1981)
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Sir Henry Byam Martin KCB (25 June 1803 – 9 February 1865) was a senior Royal Navy officer, and a watercolour artist.

Sir Henry Byam Martin KCB (25 June 1803 – 9 February 1865) was a senior Royal Navy officer, and a watercolour artist. Martin was born in 1803, the second son of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Thomas Byam Martin, comptroller of the navy (1815–1831). Educated at the Royal Naval Academy, Martin first went to sea in October 1818. By 1840 he was captain of HMS Carysfort off the coast of Syria during the Egyptian–Ottoman War. Martin took part in actions off Tartus, and the capture of Acre on 3 November 1840

by Martin, Henry Byam Sir. Published 1981 by Peabody Museum of Salem in Salem, Mass. Description and travel, Ethnology. Henry Byam Martin Sir (1803-1865). Island of the Pacific, Islands of the Pacific. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Martin was born in 1803, the second son of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Thomas Byam Martin, comptroller of the navy . The Polynesian Journal of Captain Henry Byam Martin, . Canberra: Australian National University Press.

Martin was born in 1803, the second son of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Thomas Byam Martin, comptroller of the navy (1815–1831). Martin took part in actions off Tartus, and the capture of Acre on 3 November 1840. O'Byrne, William Richard (1849).

Byam Martin was in command of the 50-gun ship Grampus which arrived in the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) on 13 August 1836. He described the present scene in his journal entry for the 15 August 1846: 'I am delighted with the view from the anchorage

Byam Martin was in command of the 50-gun ship Grampus which arrived in the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) on 13 August 1836. He described the present scene in his journal entry for the 15 August 1846: 'I am delighted with the view from the anchorage. The volcanic formation of the island of Woahoo is particularly striking in the hills round and behind Honolulu. They remind me a little of the coast of Sicily near Mt. Etna; their outline is sharp and peaked & the colours at a certain hour of the day beautiful. I am agreeably impressed for I was not prepared for pretty scenery.

Admiral Sir Henry Byam Martin KCB (25 June 1803 – 9 February 1865) was a senior Royal Navy officer and watercolour artist. YouTube Encyclopedic. A Naval Biographical Dictionary.

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