The track of the ship Hannah rounding the Cape of Good Hope
- Track of the Ship Hannah John Lamb R. N. Commander Round the Cape of Good Hope in June & July 1822.
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- 420 by 200mm (16.5 by 7.75 inches).
Engraved chart, small tear along old fold to lower margin.
Rare sketch chart of the track of the ship Hannah rounding the Cape of Good Hope
Captain John Lamb (1790-1862) was a Royal Naval Officer who saw active service during the Napoleonic Wars. He retired from the Navy in 1814 on half-pay. He then joined the merchants Buckles, Bagster & Buchanan where he served as master of several ships involved in the convict trade from England to Australia. He would later settle with his family in Sydney and amassed a great fortune in the shipping and wool trades. In 1855 he retired to England, but missed his family so much that he returned to Sydney in 1857.