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Coals by ship from Newcastle

Ronald H. Parsons

Coals by ship from Newcastle

the 60-milers and other colliers

by Ronald H. Parsons

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Published by Ronald Parsons for Australasian Maritime Historical Society in Lobethal, S. Aust .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Shipping -- Australia -- History.,
    • Steamboats -- Australia -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRonald Parsons.
      ContributionsAMHS (Organization)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE915 .P37 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 73 p. :
      Number of Pages73
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3761437M
      ISBN 100909418667
      LC Control Number2003464928
      OCLC/WorldCa54356902

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The links with the school in Durham remained untilwhen King’s College was granted a separate charter and became the present university. Carrying coals to Newcastle is a well-known idiom for doing something completely superfluous, for taking things where they are not needed.

(Newcastle is a famous coal-mining area of England-- so there is already plenty of coal there.) Taking palm-leaf fans to Spitzbergen is, I think, coined here in this passage, and has a similar meaning, but for a different reason: Spitzenbergen is in. A collier is a bulk cargo ship designed to carry coal, especially for naval use by coal-fired warships.

Coaling at sea was critical to navies and speed of coal transfer was an important metric of naval efficiency. Inforty tons an hour was considered fast and it would take over twelve hours to restock half the bunkers of a typical ship, HMS Collingwood.

Coals to Newcastle discusses in some detail the history of coal mining in Newburn Parish and outlines the development of adjacent mines in the surrounding area. The book briefly documents technical developments in the industry, the expansion of mining away from the River Tyne, and touches on wages, conditions of employment and disasters in.

Carry coals to newcastle definition, Pelham-Holles, Thomas. See more. (idiomatic) To do something that is unneeded or redundant.Herman Melville, chap in Moby-Dick‎[1]: However curious it may seem for an oil-ship to be borrowing oil on the whale-ground, and however much it may invertedly contradict the old proverb about carrying coals to Newcastle, yet sometimes such a thing really happens; and in the.

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He served on a French ship, the Saint-Antoine, that transported coal from St. Thomas to Haiti in Two years later, he was on Skimmer of the. The phrase, "carrying coals to Newcastle," means spending an inordinate amount of energy on something useless, fruitless, or redundant. This idiom arose in the 15th century because Newcastle, England was known throughout the country as a major exporter of coal.

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Don’t carry coals to Newcastle S. Upendran Octo IST The word ‘flagship’ was first used in the navy to refer to the most important ship in a squadron — it was usually. Newcastle Upon Tyne in England was the UK's first coal exporting port and has been well-known as a coal mining centre since the Middle Ages, although much diminished in that regard in recent years.

'Carrying coal to Newcastle' was an archetypically pointless activity - there being plenty there already. Endeavour was a Whitby collier: built in the British coastal city of Whitby specifically to carry coal from Newcastle to London. (Now I truly understand the phrase to carry coals to Newcastle.) She had bluff bows, a square stern, flat “Endeavour: the ship that changed the world,” by Peter Moore (Farrar, Strouse and Giroux, )/5.

Newcastle, the world’s largest coal export port, must “urgently” diversify its traffic, the port’s incoming chairman has said, warning that the “long-term outlook for coal is a threat to. There is a peculiar witticism generally employed to describe a salesperson’s ability to sell virtually anything to anyone: “Like coals to Newcastle.” What is not widely known is that there was an 18th-century entrepreneur from Boston, Massachusetts, who did send a large quantity of coal to Newcastle, a massive mining city in England.

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It's. coals to Newcastle pl (plural only) A pointless venture, in the sense of sending something to a place where it is made, or where they already have an abundance.

attributed to King George V of the United Kingdom (but possibly a then-circulating joke; see wikiquote): No more coals to Newcastle, no more Hoares to Paris.

Coal is the second largest, in terms of trade volume, dry bulk commodity, behind iron ore, transported by sea accounting for about the 25% of the world dry bulk trade.

Due to its high importance for the dry bulk shipping as well as its black color many shipping professionals call this commodity as “black gold”. Image caption The vessel is carry tonnes of coal.

The largest cargo vessel ever to moor at the Port of Tyne has arrived in the river - bringing "coals to Newcastle". The ft ( From England to France. Coals to Newcastle. Finally, I should tell you that someone did once send coals to Newcastle. In the eighteenth century, there was an American businessman called Timothy Dexter.

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We do not actually meet Cook until pagehaving spent the first 29 pages in a learned discussion of how an acorn becomes an oak tree, and how the village of Whitby, on the English coast, grew into a great manufactory of colliers – seagoing barquentines carrying coals to Newcastle.

It is a book rich in detail as the acorn episode indicates.To carry coals to Newcastle means to do something pointless and superfluous. Newcastle upon Tyne (England) was a well-known coal-mining area and the United Kingdom's first coal exporting port. With so much coal already in Newcastle, taking more there was pointless.