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Deeds that won the Empire
W. H. Fitchett
|Statement||by W.H. Fitchett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x,328, p., leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||328|
Bookseller My Book Heaven (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title Deeds That Won the Empire, Historic Battle Scenes Author The Rev. W. H. Fitchett Book condition. This set contains: 'Deeds that Won the Empire', written by W. H. Fitchett, and published in by John Murray. With a frontispiece, fifteen plates of portraits, and eleven plates of plans. 'Deeds that Won the Empire' tells about the pivotal battles and events that helped Britain to acquire power in their Empire.
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Deeds that Won the Empire Hardcover – Aug by William Henry Fitchett (Author) See all 17 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: 1. But what really brought him before the general public was a series of articles which were published in The Argus under the title of Deeds that Won the Empire.
They were collected and published in book form in Melbourne in and in London, in The book eventually ran into 35 editions and aboutcopies were : W. Fitchett. Deeds That Won the Empire: Historic Battle Scenes Paperback – March 7, by William Henry Fitchett (Author)Cited by: 1.
Deeds that Won Deeds that won the Empire book Empire. The tales here told are written, not to glorify war, but to nourish patriotism.
They represent an effort to renew in popular memory the great traditions of the Imperial race to which we belong/5(5). Deeds that Won the Empire were collected and published in book form in Melbourne in and in London, in The book eventually ran into 35 editions and aboutcopies were sold.
Size: 9h x. Deeds That Won the Empire: Historic Battle Scenes Paperback – Janu by William Henry Fitchett (Author)4/5(7). These, surely, are deeds of which only a sailor's courage is capable. Let a few such stories be taken from faded naval records and told afresh to a new generation.
In July the gun cutter Viper, commanded by acting-Lieutenant Jeremiah Coghlan, was attached to Sir Edward Pellew's squadron off Port Louis. Deeds That Won The Empire by W. Fitchett,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). Buy Deeds that Won the Empire by W. Fitchett from Amazon's Fiction Books Store.
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The "splendid isolation" of to-day is no novelty. Inas it threatened to be inGreat Britain stood singly against a world in arms, and it is scarcely too much to say that her fate hung on the fortunes of the fleet that, in. the. Deeds that Won The Empire.
Book Excerpt. ships on either side of it. The Captain, it should be remembered, was the smallest 74 in the British fleet, and as the great Spanish ships closed round her and broke into flame it seemed as if each one of them was big enough to hoist the Captain on board like a jolly-boat.
Deeds that Won the Empire by Fitchett, W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at William Henry Fitchett (9 August – 25 May ) was an Australian journalist, minister, newspaper editor, educator and founding president of the Methodist Ladies' College, : 9 AugustGrantham, Lincolnshire, England.
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H. (William Henry) Fitchett ()."Deeds that Thrill the Empire - Volume II" By well-know Authors. Foreword by the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Derby, K.G. Undated, believed to be First Edition, published by Hutchinson & Author: Rt.
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