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William Strachey, 1572-1621
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—William Strachey, 2 In , seven ships and two pinnaces (light sailing ships) left Plymouth, England, to supply the newly established Jamestown colony in Virginia. On J , within 7 or 8 days of their expected arrival at Point Comfort, the gateway to Jamestown at the mouth of the James River, 2 (p4) the ships were caught in a Cited by: 1. On this day in history, 4th April , William Strachey, writer and historian of Virginia, was born. When I was researching for my book On This Day in Tudor History, I noticed that William Shakespeare was said to have used Strachey's account of the shipwreck of the Sea Venture as a source for his play “The Tempest”. This made me want to know more about Strachey and the shipwreck.
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Historie of Travaile into Virginia Britannia; Expressing the Cosmographie and Comodities of the Country, Together with the Manners and Customes of the People by William Strachey, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Chesapeake Bay. Harriot’s book is the earliest English publication on the New World (Quinn ). The ﬁ rst use of the word persimmon was in by William Strachey (?–) in Historie of Travell into Virginia Britannia. Other common names included .
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William Strachey's Signet Ring. William Strachey (–) Contributed by Natalie Zacek. William Strachey was a member of the Virginia Council, served as secretary and recorder for the colony from untiland was one of the first historians of the Jamestown ed at Cambridge and Gray's Inn, he wrote verse and befriended poets Ben Jonson and John Donne before serving.
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William Strachey (4 April – 21 June (buried)) was an English writer whose works are among the primary sources for the early history of the English colonisation of North America.
He is best remembered today as the eye-witness reporter of the shipwreck on the uninhabited island of Bermuda of the colonial ship Sea Venture, which Children: Edmund Strachey. Description. Purchas his Pilgrimes () is a vast four-volume collection of travel narratives compiled by the cleric, Samuel includes ‘A true reportory of the wracke’ by William Strachey (–).
This is the dramatic survivor’s account of a ‘most dreadfull Tempest’ and shipwreck on the Bermudas, and a probable source for Shakespeare’s play. Resources about William Strachey (6) The historie of travaile into Virginia Britan[n]ia: expressing the cosmographie & com[m]odities of 1572-1621 book country, togethere with the manners and customes of the people / as collected by William Strachey Secretarie of State Strachey, William.
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Strachey, William. Commonplace book, University of Virginia. Library: referencedIn: Sloane Paper, in folio. XVII century 'The historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia expressing the cosmographie and commodities of the country, togither with the manners and customes of the people, gathered an observed.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Strachey, William, ?; Major, Richard Henry,[from old catalog Volume 6. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Notes. With a Pages: William Strachey Commonplace Book,Accession #, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Notes Forms part of the Tracy W. McGregor Library Autograph Collection. Other Forms Also availabale on microfilm #M Biographical Note Historian, First secretary of the Virginia. Abstract. William Strachey was secretary to the English ambassador at Constantinople and a member of the Virginia Company.
His report of the wreck of the Sea Venture on Bermuda may have been a source for Shakespeare’s the colony in Virginea : Ania Loomba, Jonathan Burton. Author of The historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia, Voyage to Virginia inThe historie of travaile into Virginia Britinia, Historie of Travel into Virginia Britania, A Dictionary of Powhatan, American Language Reprints Dictionary of Powhatan (American Language Reprints, Vol.
8), The historie of travell into Virginia Britania (), The historie of travaile to Virginia Britannia. Volume 6 () is the first published edition of a collection of manuscript records gathered by William Strachey (?–), the first Secretary of the English colony of Virginia. It includes Strachey's own account of a shipwreck, which is believed by some scholars to have inspired passages in Shakespeare's The Tempest, and a list of words Cited by: 2.
William Strachey (4 April – buried 21 June ) was an English writer whose works are among the primary sources for the early history of the English colonisation of North America.
He is best remembered today as the eye-witness reporter of the shipwreck on the uninhabited island of Bermuda of the colonial ship Sea Venture, which was caught in a hurricane while sailing to Virginia.
A True Reportory. William Strachey. A most dreadful tempest, the manifold deaths whereof are here to the life described ‑ Their wrack on Bermuda, and the description of those islands. EXCELLENT LADY‑- KNOW THAT upon Friday late in the evening [1 June ], we brake ground out of the sound of Plymouth, our whole fleet then consisting of seven good ships and two pinnaces, all which from.
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The story reached London and it is believed that Shakespeare based The Tempest on this shipwreck even though his play (performed in ) was set in the Mediterranean.
William Strachey was on board the supply ship Sea Venture when it wrecked in a. Here are excerpts by 64 authors. We begin with ''William Strachey () -- a member of the minor gentry and sometime poet'' -- who on June 2,''set sail on the Sea Venture, the flagship of a fleet of nine vessels carrying colonists to Jamestown in Virginia.
In his book, Wreck & Redemption: William Strachey’s Saga of the Sea Venture and the Birth of Bermuda in a Newly Discovered Manuscript, Sea Venture; Strachey, William (–) First Anglo-Powhatan War (–) A Publication of Virginia Humanitites.
In partnership with Library of Virginia. English, Algonquian (Other), Book edition: A dictionary of Powhatan / compiled by William Strachey ; with two word-lists of Virginia Algonquian from other sources. Strachey, William, ?
Works . For The Colony in Virginea Diuine, Morall and Martiall, &c. () The historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia: expressing the cosmographie and comodities of the country, togither with the manners and customes of the people (); A true reportory of the wracke, and redemption of Sir Thomas Gates Knight ().
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