Cutter, V.


Regency Press, 1st.ed., 1985. 156 pp., frontis + 15 other photo-ills & map endpapers. D.j., 20 x 14cm. FINE. John Hindley, born in 1908, was son of a Lancashire cotton merchant. In 1928, he undertook a voyage to many ports of the British Empire and around other parts of the Far East. During his outward voyage from Liverpool aboard the S.S. DESMOSTHENES, Aberdeen White Star Line, he kept a diary of all he saw and heard on his way to South Africa, Ceylon, India, Australia and New Zealand. He also took passage in Blue Funnel's T.S.S. ANTENOR, HECTOR, and NESTOR, as well as other ships. This is the story of that adventure.

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