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Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston

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Captain Cook, his Life, Voyages and Discoveries, by W.H.G. Kingston.

This book is not a series of fictitious adventures of the great Captain Cook, the eighteenth century navigator and explorer, but a straightforward statement of his life Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston and achievements. It is therefore more of a biography than an adventure book for boys. However, the man was so great that his biography can indeed be read Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston as a well written book of adventures.

CAPTAIN COOK, HIS LIFE, VOYAGES AND DISCOVERIES, BY W.H.G. KINGSTON.

CHAPTER ONE.

CAPTAIN COOK HIS LIFE, VOYAGES, AND DISCOVERIES.

EARLY TRAINING.

Among all those Englishmen who, from a humble origin, have risen to an honourable position, Captain James Cook is especially worthy of record. His parents Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston were of the peasant class his father having commenced life as a farm labourer, Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston and his mother being a cottager's daughter. Probably, however, they were both superior to others of the same station, as the husband, in process of time, became farm bailiff to his employer a Mr Thomas Skottowe. This was about the year 1730, and the farm of which he had the management was called Airy Holme, near Ayton, in Yorkshire. Not far from this place, at the village of Marton, Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston near Stockton upon Tees; his son James was born, on October 27, 1728. James was one of nine children, all of Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston whom he survived, with the exception of Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston a sister who married a fisherman at Redcar.

The father of this family spent Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston the latter years of his life with his daughter at Redcar, and was supposed to have been about eighty five years old at the time of his death; so that he must have had the satisfaction of seeing his son rising in his profession, though probably he little thought of that son as establishing a fame which would be handed down in history.Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston

James Cook does not appear to have enjoyed any peculiar educational advantages, but owed his subsequent advancement chiefly to his own intelligence, perseverance, and diligence. He first went to a village school, and was afterwards sent, at the expense of Mr Skottowe, Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston to an ordinary commercial school, kept by a Mr Pullen. He continued there four years, and was then apprenticed to Mr William Sanderson, a grocer and haberdasher at the fishing town of Straiths, ten miles from Whitby. It may be supposed that Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston the occupation in which he was engaged was not suited to his taste. The sea was constantly before his eyes, and the desire to seek his fortune on it sprang up within him, and grew stronger and stronger, till in about a year after he went to Straiths he obtained a release from his engagement with Mr Sanderson, and apprenticed himself to Messrs. Walker and Company, shipowners of Whitby. He Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston went to sea for the first time Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston when he was about eighteen, on board one of their vessels the Truelove collier, Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston [Note 1] of four hundred and fifty tons burden, trading between Newcastle and London. The lad soon showed that he was well fitted for his new profession, and in 1748, not two years after he had commenced it, we find him especially directed to assist in fitting for sea the Three Brothers, a new ship of six hundred tons. While he served on board this ship she was hired by Government as a transport; and on her Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston being paid off she was employed in the Norway trade.

After making several voyages Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston in the Three Brothers up the Baltic, young Cook was promoted to the rank of mate on board the Friendship. He Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston had by this time gained the goodwill of his employers; and had made several other friends on shore, who, before long, were enabled to render him essential service. He was now known as a thorough seamen; indeed, from the moment he went on board ship, he had steadily applied Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston his mind to acquiring a knowledge of his profession. Still he served on as Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston mate of the Friendship till the breaking out of the war between England and France in 1756, when he made up his mind to push his fortunes in Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston the Royal Navy... Continue reading book >>

Captain Cook His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries by William Henry Giles Kingston

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