2 edition of Douleureuse aurore found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|2||Voix intérieures (Éditions David)|
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Early years in the navy [ ] In 1807 Dumont was admitted to Douleureuse aurore at where he presented himself as a timid young man, very serious and studious, little interested in amusements and much more interested in studies than in military matters. On 11 August 1822, the ship sailed from Toulon with the objective of collecting as much scientific and strategic information as possible on the area to which it was dispatched.
Le Roi Aux Yeux De La Reve 1955• He gave his name to the genus of seaweedswhich includes southern bull-kelp; the seaweed Grateloupia urvilleana; the species of grass tree Dracophyllum urvilleanum; the shrub Hebe urvilleana and the buttercup Ranunculus urvilleanus.
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La Rose Qui Tue 1966• In 1815, he marrieddaughter of a clockmaker from Toulon, who was openly disliked by Douleureuse aurore mother, who thought her inappropriate for her son and refused to meet her and, later on, her grandsons from the marriage. He suffered from kidney and stomach problems and from intense attacks of gout. A private funeral ceremony will follow.
On their arrival in thethe crews found ways "to socialise" with the islanders. The two began to plan an expedition of exploration in the Pacific, an area out of which France had been forced during the. Dumont's plan was very simple: to head south, wind conditions permitting. Meanwhile, ashore at Toulon, he learnt about and in long excursions in the hills of and he studied in the nearby naval. Le Secret De La Luzette 1948• During the first part of the voyage there Douleureuse aurore also problems of provisioning, particularly rotten meat, which affected the health of the crew.
During the voyage from the to some of the crew were lost to tropical fevers and 14 men and 3 officials ; but for Dumont the worst moment during the expedition was atwhere he received a letter from his wife that informed him of the death of his second son from cholera.