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The intolerable hulks

British shipboard confinement, 1776-1857

by Charles F. Campbell

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Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Prison hulks -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Prison hulks -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.,
    • Prisons -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Prisons -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-233) and index.

      StatementCharles Campbell ; [foreword by Esther Heffernan].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV8648.G7 C36 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 254 p. :
      Number of Pages254
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1206863M
      ISBN 100788400142
      LC Control Number94201789

      The (randomly-named) Fall of the Hulks includes 12 issues: the two "Fall of the Hulks" one-shots, and issues of Hulk, Red Hulk, and Incredible Hulk. Unfortunately, this huge hardcover includes only one of the two one-shots, and only two of those other three runs, making for some extremely confusing reading. The book does in/5(6).   Another interesting book on the British use of prison hulks is The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement by Charles Campbell. doc mcb 18 May a.m. PST.

      (UK, Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books, This collection consists of registers and letter books of prisoners on convict prison hulks in England. The collection contains a letter book relating to the establishment of hulks written from and the registers of prisoners on 19 different hulks between   For a list of British Prison Hulks see: His book describes the terrible conditions he experienced as a convict in Van Diemen's Land (he incorrectly spelled it as 'Van Dieman's Land'). Charles F. (September ). The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement (3 ed.). Fenestra Books. cited in

      James was imprisoned for more than eight months aboard the York Hulk, moored in the harbor at Portsmouth about three quarters of a mile from , or condemned ships, such as the York and the Leviathan, were used as prisons to alleviate the overcrowding at Newgate, and to house convicts awaiting transportation to sight of the hulks at Portsmouth “had the look of slum. Burrows, Edwin G. Forgotten Patriots: The Untold Story of American Prisoners during the Revolutionary War. New York: Basic Books, Campbell, Charles. The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement, – Tucson, AZ: Fenestra Books, Decker, Peter. Ten Days of Infamy: An Illustrated Memoir of the Arnold-André Conspiracy.


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The intolerable hulks by Charles F. Campbell Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a well researched book that provides a link in the time between convicts being sentenced to transportation from England and their actual transportation.

Many of these men were held on the hulks at various ports in England for months and years before being sent to Australia/5(4). Heritage Books, - Prison hulks - pages 0 Reviews Account of how the 18th century's exploding prison population was solved by converting old.

The intolerable hulks: British shipboard confinement,Fenestra Books in English - 3rd : The intolerable hulks: British shipboard confinement, Bowie, Md: Heritage Books.

MLA Citation. Campbell, Charles F. The intolerable hulks: British shipboard confinement, / Charles Campbell ; [foreword by Esther Heffernan] Heritage Books Bowie, Md.

With twenty illustrations, a bibliography, detailed notes, appendices, index, and with a foreword by Esther Heffernan, this 3rd edition of The Intolerable Hulks will prove to be a valuabe addition to the library of the student of British penal history.5/5(2).

The Intolerable Hulks by Charles Campbell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Buy The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement 3 by Campbell, Charles, Heffernan, Esther (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. Convict Hulks [Anonymous], "The 'Warrior' hulk with the 'Sulphur' washing-ship in the distance", from Henry Mayhew and John Binny.

The Criminal Prisons of London, and Scenes of Prison Life, Volume 3 of The Great Metropolis (), p. Secondary Sources. Charles Campbell, The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement, (Bowie, MD., ), pp.

Principal Primary Sources. Two reports of John Henry Capper, Esq. superintendent of ships and vessels employed for the confinement of offenders under sentence of transportation (Parl. Papers,XLVII), p.8; Two reports of John Henry Capper, Esq. superintendent of ships and vessels employed for the confinement of offenders under sentence of transportation (Parl.

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With twenty illustrations, a bibliography, detailed notes, appendices, index, and with a foreword by Esther Heffernan, this 3rd edition of The Intolerable Hulks will prove to be a valuabe addition to the library of the student of British penal history/5(3).

Several specialist books have been written about various hulks and the conditions the convicts were exposed to. Although it does not list the convicts on each hulk as such, Charles Campbell's " The Intolerable Hulks - British Shipboard Confinement " does list the hulks by name, the year they were placed into service, the estimated.

The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement, This site offers detailed information and illustrations of the York,Discovery, Warrior, Success, Defense and Bellerophon hulks.

Link: The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement, A well-illustrated book on the social history of transportation to Australia. Includes excerpts from logs, diaries and official documents.

Bound for Botany Bay: Impressions of transportation and convict life. J.D. Shearer. Sydney. Summit Books, SHE. The intolerable hulks: British shipboard confinement, Charles Campbell.

Charles Campbell provides a list of hulk vessels in the appendices of his publication, The Intolerable Hulks, including their names, the dates that they were commissioned, the estimated time that they spent in service and the places they were stationed. Campbell lists about 44 hulks in his appendices.

The Intolerable Hulks: British Shipboard Confinement (3 ed.). Fenestra Books. ISBN ^ Colledge, p. ^ Brad William, The archaeological potential of colonial prison hulks: The Tasmanian case study Archived April 9,at the Wayback Machine ^ Stiles, Henry Reed ().

Skip to main content. MENU. Search Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors; Societies. The intolerable hulks by Charles F. Campbell, unknown edition, Classifications Dewey Decimal Class /.3 Library of Congress HVG7 C36 Pages: The vessels were a common form of internment in Britain and elsewhere in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Charles F. Campbell writes that around 40 ships of the Royal Navy were converted for use as prison hulks. Other hulks included HMS Warrior, which became a prison ship at Woolwich in February One was established at Gibraltar, others at Bermuda (the Dromedary), at Antigua, off Brooklyn in.The intolerable hulks: British shipboard confinement, by Charles Campbell Heritage Books, SAG library reference: M3/23/3 The English prison hulks by William Branch Johnson published C Johnson, SAG library reference: N3/23/1 Britain's convicts to the colonies by Wilfrid Oldham published Library of Australian History SAG.