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Angry Island

by Margaret Mackay

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Chicago • New York • San Francisco

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 p275  Bibliography​a

The Commentaries of the Great Afonso Dalboquerque. Hakluyt Society's Series, 1875, Vol. 53.

W. H. Moreland, Voyage of Peter Floris to the East Indies, 1611‑15.

Elaine Sanceau, Indies Adventure. London, 1936.

Jan Brander, Tristan da Cunha. London, 1946.

Ed. F. C. Danvers and W. Foster, Letters Received by the East India Company from its Servants in the East, Vol. 1. London, 1896‑1902.

P. A. Munch, Sociology of Tristan da Cunha, 2 vols. Oslo, 1946.

Biographie Nationale de Belgique. Brussels, 1905.

Henri Dehérain, Dans l'Atlantique : Sainte-Hélène aux 17ème et 18ème siècles ; l'Archipel de Tristan d'Acugna. Paris, 1912.

Henri Dehérain, L'Occupation de Tristan d'Acugna par la Grande-Bretagne. Paris, 1912.

J. B. N. D. D'Après de Mannevillette, Le Neptune Oriental. Paris, 1775.

Augustus Earle, Nine Months Residence in New Zealand. London, 1832.

Thayer's Note: The work's full title is A Narrative of a Nine Months' Residence in New Zealand in 1827; together with a Journal of a Residence in Tristan d'Acunha, an Island Situated between South America and the Cape of Good Hope. The Tristan journal, which includes one illustration, takes up pp285‑371.

J. Holman, A Voyage Round the World. London, 1834.

Thayer's Note: In four volumes, Vol. I, II, III, IV — this last volume titled "Travels to China, New Zealand, Van Diemen's Land, Cape Horn, etc." but explicitly stated by the author in his initial "Advertisement" to be the 4th volume of his larger work.

Allan B. Crawford, I Went to Tristan (with Appendix on Shipwrecks). London, 1941.

Sir John Barrow, Voyage to Cochin-China, 1792‑3. London, 1806.

 p276  Aubert Aubert Dupetit-Thouars, Mélange de Botanique et de Voyages : Description Abrégée des Iles de Tristan d'Acugna. Paris, 1803.

J. G. Lockhart, Blenden Hall.º London, 1930.

Scottish Geographical Magazine, Wreck of the Blenden Hall, 1821. 1905.​b

B. A. Morrell, A Narrative of Four Voyages to the South Seas, 1822‑31. New York, 1832.

W. F. Taylor, Some Account of the Settlement of Tristan d'Acunha. London, 1856.

George MacCall Theal, Records of the Cape Colony, Vols. X, XI, XIV. Cape Town, 1897, 1902.

Royal Navy Blue Books on Tristan da Cunha.

Thayer's Note: At least one of the Blue Books was briefly online, in Accounts and Papers [of the Parliament, House of Commons], Session 13 February 1906–21 December 1906, Vol. LXXVIII but with the continued shrinkage of the Web, it has altogether vanished.

Tristan d'Acunha, Scottish Geographical Magazine, Vol. 21, 1905.º

Douglas M. Gane, New South Wales and Victoria in 1885. London, 1886.

Douglas M. Gane, Tristan da Cunha, An Empire Outpost and Its Keepers. London, 1932.

Douglas M. Gane, Tristan da Cunha, A Lonely Island. Empire Review.

Rev. John Miller and Oswald W. Brierly, The Cruise of H. M. S. Galatea, 1867‑8. London, 1869.

Sir C. Wyville Thomson, The Voyage of the Challenger, 1873‑6, Vol. 2. London, 1877.

H. N. Moseley, Notes of a Naturalist on H. M. S. Challenger. London, 1892.º

Stanley Rogers, The Atlantic. London, 1930.

Katherine M. Barrow, Three Years in Tristan da Cunha. London, 1910.

Captain Raymond Rallier du Baty, 15,000 Miles in a Ketch. London, 1912.

Rose Annie Rogers, The Lonely Island. London, 1926.

Rev. H. M. Rogers, articles in The Times and the Manchester Guardian, 1922‑25.

Cdr Frank Wild, C.B.E., Shackleton's Last Voyage, The Story of the Quest. From the Official and Private Diary kept by Dr A. H. Macklin. London, 1923.

 p277  Rev. A. G. Partridge, Tristan da Cunha, The Isle of Loneliness. London, 1933.​c

Dr Erling Christophersen, Tristan da Cunha, trans. by R. L. Lenham. Oslo, 1940.

Adrian Seligman, The Voyage of the Cap Pilar. London, 1939.

D. M. Booy, Rock of Exile. London, 1957.

The Times, London. Many back numbers.

The National Geographic Magazine. Various back numbers.

Thayer's Notes:

a Other bibliographies of Tristan da Cunha onsite, with surprisingly little overlap:

Gane 1932

Encyclopedia Britannica 1911

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b I find no article by that title in the Scottish Geographical Magazine for 1905. I believe this is a duplicate reference to the article listed elsewhere above.

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c There was a 1st edition, 1933, with no photos. The commoner 2d edition, 1940 (not 1946, which is probably a typographical error) has photos.

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