In the present century, Thomas Ross & Son held a contract from Nattali & Maurice from 1948 onwards for printing and publishing the Voyage.At an unknown date two of the copper-plates (‘Dunsky Castle’ and ‘Hull’) were los T0 A final of Daniell's aquatinting.Ayton's and Daniell's 900 page text was also reprinted on this occasion and published in two volumes in 1978 by the Tate Gallery Publications Department and the Scolar Press.i'm outgoing, spontaneous, adventurous, likes to party but i also love music, reading books and watching movies. i like my games, consoles, phones, computers (can pretty much fix any of that).Fowey was home to the famous novelist Daphne Du Maurier.Local attractions include The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House, Charlestown Georgian Harbour and local towns eg Looe, Polperro, Mevagissey, and our sister town of Polruan across the water within easy reach by car or ferry.
The remaining six volumes have text by the artist himself. The last four volumes were published by Daniell alone.
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Daniell's route took him clockwise round the coast, commencing and finishing at Lands End. Much information about the production and financing of the Voyage survives in the Longman account books (see Iain Bain's publications of 19 cited above).
For the first four volumes the firm of Longman shared the risk of publication with him. Some of the plates were reissued after Daniell's death, for example by Bohn in the 1850s.