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  • 240 pages
  • The Trafalgar Chronicle: New Series 3:
  • Peter Hore
  • 21 August 2018
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    The Trafalgar Chronicle explores new research about the Georgian navy also known as Nelson s Navy Since the articles support a central theme for each edition, this latest issue focuses on women and the sea during this time period As Margarette Lincoln points out in the opening essay, Women and the Sea, this topic was often overlooked until 1990 when women in the Royal Navy were finally permitted to serve at sea and Jo Stanley s Bold in Her Breeches Women Pirates across the Ages was publish The Trafalgar Chronicle explores new research about the Georgian navy also known as Nelson s Navy Since the articles support a central theme for each edition, this latest issue focuses on women and the sea during this time period As Margarette Lincoln points out in the opening essay, Women and the Sea, this topic was often overlooked until 1990 when women in the Royal Navy were finally permitted to serve at sea and Jo Stanley s Bold in Her Breeches Women Pirates across the Ages was published in 1995 This latest volume of The Trafalgar Chronicle is an important step in furthering our understanding of women s myriad connections with the sea 12 The eighteen remaining articles cover a wide range of topics Peter James Bowman s A Real life Jane Austen Heroine and her Naval Hero discusses the love story of Katherine Bisshopp and George Pechell Questing for Cuba Cornwallis, Nelson s Afro Caribbean Nurse is Jo Stanley s hunt to learnabout the woman who tended Horatio Nelson during his illness in Jamaica in 1780, and to understand why her minor role in his life has been elevated into almost a heroine, and been so widely interpreted on the basis of so very little evidence 28 Kevin Brown examines prostitution and the navy in Portsmouth Polls and Spithead Nymphs Sexual Health in Nelson s Navy Using letters and correspondence, Heather Noel Smith and Lorna M Campbell explore the lives of three women two mothers of midshipmen and Susan Pellew, the commander s wife in I Shall be Anxious to KnowLives of the Indefatigable Women Ellen Gill also references letters to show how women dealt with hardships and separation during war in Letters Home Trauma and the Cost of Conflict in Eighteenth Century Naval Families During this period, soldiers were often transported overseas to fight and David Clammer examines the journeys that their wives experienced when traveling with their husbands in Women All at Sea Soldiers Wives aboard Naval Transports during the Napoleonic War Lucie Dutton s Utterly Charming and Adorable Lady Nelson of the Silent Screen takes a close look at why actress Ivy Close was chosen to play Fanny Nelson in Nelson The Story of England s Immortal Naval Hero 1918 and how Maurice Elvey crafted a love story with tense undercurrents.Lily Style discusses Four Female Ancestors Life in Trade, Foreign Courts and Domesticity, two of whom were Kitty Matcham Horatio Nelson s favorite sister and Emma Hamilton Nelson s paramour The latter and her mother are the focus of Geoff Wright s Emma, Lady Hamilton The Untold Story, where he explores how Emy Lyon became Lady Hamilton Charles Fremantle s Lady Bentinck and the Tunis Slaves is about a woman, dressed as a Royal Marine, participated in a mission to North Africa to recover Sicilian slaves Did Nelson Know Mary Anne Talbot The Strange Story of Mary Anne Talbot by Peter Turner demonstrates why this tale of another woman who dressed as a man cannot be true.Marianne Kindgren and Birgitta Tingdal focus on a female smuggler who became entangled in Gotheburg s last case of piracy in Johanna H rd The Story of a Swedish Piratess The Bank of England prosecuted a number of women whose punishment involved serving their sentences in Australia, which is the topic of Deirdre Palk s Going to the Bay in Utmost of Distress Women Convicts Being Transported to Australia 1803 1824 Karen McAulay and Brianna Robertson Kirkland demonstrate that Georgian women knew what was happening in politics and that they used the medium of music to convey this knowledge to others in My Love to War is Going Women and Song in the Napoleonic Era Each reader of The Trafalgar Chronicle will have their own favorite essays within this collection and I am no different No matter a man s rank or rating, men wanted to give their sweethearts mementos of their love While officers could afford to bestow miniature portraits, those with lesser means left their women engraved coins, both of which are discussed in Sim Comfort s When You See Thee, Remember Me, Forget Me Not Particularly unique in the telling is Joe Callo s Television Interview with Emma, Lady Hamilton The question and answer format allows readers to gain a better understanding of this woman from her perspective, rather than how others tend to portray her Normally, men went to sea and the females in their lives stayed home, but from 25 June 1796 to 1 September 1797, Betsey Fremantle lived at sea on several different ships Tom Fremantle s The Kidnap of Betsey Fremantle A Captain s Romance tells the story of how this young refugee ended up on Inconstant, married the captain, and lived aboard warships until after she became pregnant and he was wounded.The book includes one final essay Sea Surgeons and the Barbers Company of London by Peter Willoughby which doesn t fit into the theme of women and the sea, yet it is equally interesting and important Black and white images are found throughout the collection, and about one third of the way into the book is a color section of illustrations.While this edition isn t as absorbing as earlier volumes, the fact that it focuses on women makes this an important contribution to maritime history

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