Voyage to the Isle of France, the Isle of Bourbon and the Cape of Good Hope by J.H.B.Pierre De Saint

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Published by Asian Educational Services,India .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Africa,
  • Classic travel writing,
  • NATURAL HISTORY, COUNTRY LIFE & PETS,
  • c 1700 to c 1800,
  • Journeys,
  • Mauritius,
  • Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de,
  • France,
  • History,
  • Bourbon,
  • Cape of Good Hope,
  • TRAVEL & HOLIDAY

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages334
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9069702M
ISBN 108120614348
ISBN 109788120614345
OCLC/WorldCa44029591

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SAINT PIERRE, J. A Voyage to the Isle of France, the Isle of Bourbon, and the Cape of Good Hope; with observations and Reflections upon Nature and Mankind. By J. de Saint Pierre, Author of Studies of Nature.

Translated from the French. To which is added Some Account of the Author. London: Printed by J. Cundee, for Vernor and Hood; J. Cuthell; and J. Walker, Contemporary. A voyage to the Isle of France, the Isle of Bourbon and the Cape of Good Hope: with observations and reflections upon nature and mankind / by J.H.B.

de Saint Pierre ; translated from the French to which is added some account of the author. A voyage to the Isle of France, the Isle of Bourbon, and the Cape of Good Hope By Bernardin de Saint-Pierre. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Publisher: London, Vernor and Hood [etc.] Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU Author: Bernardin de Saint-Pierre.

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Bernardin de Saint-Pierre] ; translated from the French by John Parish Printed for W. Griffin London Voyage à l'Isle de France, à l'isle de Bourbon, au Cap de Bonne-Espérance, etc: Avec des observations nouvelles sur la nature & sur les hommes, Volume 1 Bernardin de Saint-Pierre Merlin, - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - pages.

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A voyage to the Island of Mauritius, (or, Isle of France) the Isle of Bourbon, the Cape of Good-Hope, &c. With observations and reflections upon nature and mankind.

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Stedman for the fiyis page of his book. The Mauritius campaign of – was a series of amphibious operations and naval actions fought to determine possession of the French Indian Ocean territories of Isle de France and Île Bonaparte during the Napoleonic campaign lasted from the spring of until the spring ofand saw both the Royal Navy and the French Navy deploy substantial frigate squadrons with the.

Saint-Pierre's book gives an account of the island, including a description of the slavery practiced by the French landowners: the first volume describes the natural history, climate, and local customs of Mauritius; the second volume covers his homeward-bound visits to the Isle de Bourbon (Réunion), the Cape of Good Hope, and the island of.

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With observations and reflections upon nature, and mankind. By a French officer. Translated from the French by John Parish.

A Voyage to the Isle of France, the Isle of Bourbon and the Cape of Good Hope: With Observations and Reflections Upon Nature and Mankind. Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre.

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Voyage to Isle de France, Isle de Bourbon, The Cape of Good Hope With New Observations on Nature and Mankind by an Officer of the King Vol.1 () (Lewis and Maslin, ) GSSP: Global Stratotype Section and Point. Individual Huguenots settled at the Cape of Good Hope from as early as ; the first documented was François Villion.

The first Huguenot to arrive at the Cape of Good Hope was Maria de la Quellerie, wife of commander Jan van Riebeeck (and daughter of a Walloon church minister), who arrived on 6 April to establish a settlement at what.

A Voyage to the Island of Mauritius, the Isle of Bourbon, the Cape of Good Hope, etc. (London, ); Le Baron d 'Unienville, Statistique de I 'ile de France et ses D' pendances (Paris, ); M. Milbert, Voyage pittoresque A l'ile de France d Cap de Bonne Esp6rance et a V'ile de Teneriffe (Paris.

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They remained at the Cape of Good Hope a month, and afterwards continued the voyage to Madras, where they arrived in December, under convoy of the Greyhound frigate. which force rendezvoused at the Island of Bourbon, and the Isle of France (or the Mauritius). Franz Boos (23 December – 9 February ) was an Austrian gardener-botanist in the Age of Enlightenment, a voyager and collector of natural history specimens for Emperor Joseph II of Austria, who reigned from to Boos came from a gardening family that lived in the Grand Duchy of Baden, his father being head gardener in Rastatt, his son Joseph Boos (–) being an.

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; To which are added, The travels of a philosopher, containing observations on the manners and arts of various nations, in Africa and Asia. From the French of M. Le Poivre, late envoy to the King of Cochin-China, and now intendant of the isles of Bourbon and Mauritius.In the neighbouring Isle of Bourbon, which remains under the French government, the roads are still in the same miserable state as they were here only a few years ago.

Although the French residents must have largely profited by the increased prosperity of their .

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