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The Flying Dutchman, or, The phantom ship

Edward Fitzball

The Flying Dutchman, or, The phantom ship

a nautical drama in three acts

by Edward Fitzball

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Published by S. French in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesThe Flying Dutchman, The phantom ship
Statementby Edward Fitzball
SeriesFrench"s American drama. The acting edition -- Vol. 6, English and American drama of the nineteenth century, French"s American drama -- vol. 6
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination35 p
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15149958M

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  The ship was first mentioned in the late s in George Barrington’s seafaring book Voyage to Botany Bay, 2. The legend of the Flying Dutchman is one of those stories that the crew might pass along when a ship is in trouble. There are various versions of the story, all with similarities shared with the legends and myths that preceded it.   His father is the unfortunate captain of the 'Flying Dutchman' A ghost ship that is doomed to sail the oceans, never touching land, until the relic is returned and the father is forgiven for curses to heaven and the death of a crewman, Schriften, who's apparition tries to /5(3).

  The Flying Dutchman refers to a ghost ship that sails the oceans and has been sighted by many sailors throughout history. Legend has it that the ship was cursed to never be able to reach land and sail endlessly in the oceans.. The vast oceans that surround us are deep, dark and mysterious; much like the superstitions and myths attached to marine travels.   Specter ships and the legend of the Flying Dutchman have always been standard traditions and favorite yarns with the old-time sailor. Every maritime country has its own phantom ship, and the legends of these specters of the deep are practically : Heinz Schmitz.


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The Phantom Ship, tells the story of Phillip Vanderdecken's quest to free the soul of his father who has been damned to sail the seas for all eternity as captain of The Flying Dutchman/5. The Fable of the Flying Dutchman Heinrich Heine, The Memoirs of Herr von Schnabelewopski, You certainly know the fable of the Flying Dutchman.

It is the story of an enchanted ship which can never arrive in port, and which since time immemorial has been sailing about at The phantom ship book. A ghost ship, also known as a phantom ship, is a vessel with no living crew aboard. These encompass ghostly vessels from folklore and fiction, such as the Flying Dutchman, or a derelict found adrift with its crew missing or dead, like the Mary Celeste/5(32).

The legendary ship can be found also in Scenes of Infancy, written by the Scottish orientalist John Leyden, a contemporary of Barrington, who would depict the Flying Dutchman as a “common superstition of mariners.” His accounts affirm the phantom ship was most frequently spotted on the southern coast of Africa, where “hurricanes are frequently ushered in by the.

The Flying Dutchman by Albert Pinkham Ryder (Public Domain) At that, the voice spoke again saying, “As a result of The Flying Dutchman actions you are condemned to sail the oceans for eternity with a ghostly crew of dead men bringing death to all who sight your spectral ship and to never make port or know a moment’s peace.

The Legend of the Flying Dutchman In the legend, the ship that became known as The Flying Dutchman was part of the fleet owned by the Dutch East India Company.

These ships traveled between the Netherlands and the East Indies, transporting exotic silks, spices, and dyes back to the Dutch ports. At the time of its last, fateful voyage in Author: Natasha Sheldon. Flying Dutchman: PHANTOM SHIP legend involving a rash oath or punishment for sins or evil. It is the best known of phantom ships legends.

The Flying Dutchman legend has various versions. In the Dutch version, the captain, named van Straaten, was a stubborn man who vowed to sail around the Cape of Storms, now known as the Cape of Good Hope (the. HELL SHIP - The Flying Dutchman book.

Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. “The most thrilling, unputdownable book I've read /5. the flying dutchman Download the flying dutchman or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Universe Expanding Faster Than We Though - Does the Universe Have an Edge Documentary Space & The Universe HD 1, watching Live now. The tale of the Flying Dutchman has been elaborated by many writers, but it is more than a piece of fiction. The phantom ship has been seen many times — and there have been reports even in the 20th century, including the crew of a German submarine boat during World War II.

Genre/Form: Drama Plays: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fitzball, Edward, Flying Dutchman; or the phantom ship. London, Lacy []. At AM the Flying Dutchman crossed our bows, a strange red light as of a phantom ship aglow. Thirteen persons altogether saw her, but whether it was van Dam of the 'Flying Dutchman', or something else, remains unknown.

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The tale involves encounters with the phantom Flying Dutchman ship, and according to aged seafarers aboard, it was also captained by a Vanderdecken, making it unlucky to sail with Philip. But this was a pure fiction adventure novel, written nearly half a century after other authors had introduced the term Flying Dutchman, so can't be considered.

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Author: Marryat, Frederick, Subject: Horror tales Subject: Immortalism -- Fiction Subject: Flying Dutchman -- Fiction Category: Text: EBook-No. Cited by: 3.The log of the royal ship reports a sighting of the Flying Dutchman on J The occurrence happened in the Bass Strait, off the Australian coast between Melbourne and Tasmania.

The log describes a phantom ship that appeared in an unusual glowing red light.5/5.