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Twelve years of unceasing toil was the price the Atlantic Telegraph cost its projector; and not years lighted up by the assurance of success, but that were often darkened with despair: years in which he was restlessly crossing and recrossing the ocean, only to find on either side, worse than storms and tempests, an incredulity which sneered at every failure, and derided the attempt as a.
"The Atlantic Telegraph," said the late Chief Justice Chase, "is the most wonderful achievement of civilization, and entitles its author to a distinguished rank among public benefactors. High upon that illustrious roll will his name be placed, and there will it remain while oceans divide, and telegraphs unite, mankind."5/5(1).
The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph is a Fiction Short Story Book. This book says that When Columbus sailed from the shores of Spain, it was not in search of a New World, but only to find a nearer path to the East. He sought a western passage to India.
He had adopted a 5/5(1). The Atlantic telegraph. Cover: Save page Previous: 1 of Next: View Description. View Image & Text: Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives Bulletin: Digitized Rare Books and Manuscripts from Archives and Special Collections.
William Howard Russell’s book is perhaps the most spectacular work on the Atlantic Cable, with lithographs after the original watercolours made by Robert Charles Dudley on the Great Eastern cable expedition, along with others made by Dudley at that time representing scenes from the earlier expeditions.
Page size is 11¼" x 8"; image size approximately 8¾" x 6". An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. The story of the Atlantic telegraph [microform]: by Field, Henry M.
(Henry Martyn), Publication date Canadian Libraries. Microfilm. The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph Henry Martyn Field, american author and clergyman () This ebook presents «The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph», from Henry Martyn Field. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected.
Table of Contents About this book MOTTO PREFACE THE BARRIER OF THE SEA. The Atlantic Telegraph William Howard Russell, british-irish reporter () This ebook presents «The Atlantic Telegraph», from William Howard Russell.
A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS BOOK THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH FOOTNOTES. The Atlantic Telegraph; its History from the Commencement of the Undertaking into the final success in London, G.W.
Bacon, 12mo, pp. [Data from Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time, by Joseph Sabin. Published by the author, New-York, Links are to Google Books].
Transatlantic telegraph cables were undersea cables running under the Atlantic Ocean used for telegraph communications. Telegraphy is now an obsolete form of communication and the cables have long since been decommissioned, but telephone and data are still carried on other transatlantic telecommunications first cable was laid in the s across the floor of the Atlantic from.
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The Atlantic Telegraph () by Sir William Howard Russell - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg. After several unsuccessful attempts, the first telegraph line across the Atlantic Ocean is completed, a feat accomplished largely through the efforts of American merchant Cyrus West Field.
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The Story of the Telegraph, and a History of the Great Atlantic Cable: A Complete Record of the Author: Charles Frederick Briggs, Augustus Maverick. Canada From Afar is the fruit of the remarkable flowering of obituary writing in the London Daily Telegraph during the past ten years. These lively portraits of Canadians are informed, witty, sometimes quirky, occasionally include royal courtiers, politicians, businessmen, soldiers, sailors, airmen, scientists, explorers, novelists, artists, and even journalists.
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With. The lines of electric telegraph are increasing so rapidly, that the length in actual use cannot be estimated at any moment with accuracy. At the commencement ofit was stated that the length.
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InWilliam Howard Russell () published this work, the official account of the July expedition on board the Great Eastern to lay a cable along the Atlantic Ocean floor between Valentia, Ireland, and Foilhummerum Bay in Newfoundland.
It is illustrated with 26 lithographs of watercolours by Robert Dudley, who also travelled with the expedition. Canada from Afar: The Daily Telegraph Book of Canadian Obituaries. David Twiston Davies. Dundurn, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. 0 Reviews. Canada From Afar is the fruit of the remarkable flowering of obituary writing in the London Daily Telegraph during the past ten years.
These lively portraits of Canadians are informed, witty. The Canadian Atlantic telegraph [electronic resource]. ([S.l.: s.n., ]) (page images at HathiTrust) Memorandum on the Pacific cable and the telegraph service of the Empire [electronic resource]: respectfully submitted for the information and consideration of members of the Coronation Conference / ([Ottawa?: s.n., ?]), by Sandford.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate The book's author was R.J. Mann, a popular science writer of the time, although much of the content was provided by Wildman Whitehouse, the Atlantic Telegraph Company's Electrician.5/5(1).
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In and the German Atlantic Telegraph Company laid two trans Atlantic cables from Borkum, Germany, to New York via the Azores. Within twenty four hours of the outbreak of World War 1 both of these cables had been cut and were later used by Britain and France.
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As well as books about the Atlantic cable itself, I found others describing important aspects of telegraphy, both landline and undersea. Many were technical; a few provided a broader view of the impact of the industry on society and business. One of the latter was Jeffrey Kieve’s “The Electric Telegraph”, which covered the entire history.
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I enjoyed this book very much and learned a lot from it. Some of it was material that I learned so many decades ago, and greatly enjoyed, but never had to use in my career in physics.
Much of what fascinated me the most were the practical applications, particularly regarding the trans-Atlantic telegraph s: New York: Firth, Pond, c First edition. 4to.
5 pp. Music only. At head of the front wrapper: “Cordially Dedicated to Cyrus W. Field Esq. of New York / by the Publishers.” FieldAmerican businessman who started the Atlantic Telegraph Company, led a group of investors that financed and laid the first transatlantic cable that was completed the year this march was published.
The American Cyrus West Field realized the importance of communication with Europe more than most people did and he had a dream to lay a telegraph cable across the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. What was the name of the book he wrote about his efforts to do so.
Telegraph. The telegraph (Gk, tele, meaning "far," and graphein,"to write") was conceived in in North America by Samuel Morse, and in Europe by the English partnership of William Cooke and Charles is a means of electrically transmitting encoded messages through the systematic opening and closing of electric circuits.
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