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Victorian voyage : the shipboard diary of Katherine Mansfield's mother, March to May, 1898 / Annie Beauchamp ; edited by Ian A. Gordon.

By: Beauchamp, Annie, -1918.
Contributor(s): Beauchamp, Harold, Sir, 1858-1938 | Gordon, Ian A. (Ian Alistair), 1908-2004 | Beauchamp, Harold, Sir | Gordon, Ian A | Beauchamp, Harold, :Sir.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Wilson & Horton, c2000Description: 96 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, map, portraits ; 17 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0958361487 (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Beauchamp, Annie, -1918 -- Travel | Beauchamp, Annie, -1918 -- Diaries | Beauchamp, Harold, Sir, 1858-1938 -- Travel | Beauchamp, Harold, Sir, 1858-1938 -- Diaries | Mansfield, Katherine, 1888-1923 -- Family | Beauchamp, Annie, 1864-1918 -- Diaries | Ruahine (Steamship) | Ocean travel | Beauchamp, Annie, -- d. 1918 -- Journeys | Beauchamp, Annie, -- d. 1918 -- Diaries | Beauchamp, Harold, -- Sir, -- 1858-1938 -- Journeys | Beauchamp, Harold, -- Sir, -- 1858-1938 -- Diaries | Ruahine (Steamship)DDC classification: 910.45
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In March 1898, Annie and Harold Beauchap joined HMS Ruahine in Wellington for the six-week voyage 'home' to England. Annie was in her element. Undaunted by early bouts of seasickness, she began a frank and spirited record of the trip, noting her wry observations of fellow travellers and of life at sea in First Saloon. Within days of their arrival in London, the Beauchamps posted Annie's journal back to Wellington, where her mother and sister - and the five Beauchamp children, including nine-year-old Kathleen, later to be Katherine Mansfield - were eagerly awaiting news ..."--Back cover.

"Written for her children by Katherine Mansfield's mother, with help from her husband [Sir Harold Beauchamp]"--P. [7].

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