Cunard


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Cunard

(kjuːˈnɑːd)
n
(Biography) Sir Samuel (1787–1865). Canadian shipping magnate, founder of the Cunard line
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The 13th of April, 1867, the sea being beautiful, the breeze favourable, the Scotia, of the Cunard Company's line, found herself in 15@ 12' long.
At last the Hudson came into view; and, at a quarter-past eleven in the evening of the 11th, the train stopped in the station on the right bank of the river, before the very pier of the Cunard line.
Hardly a week after his decease, one of the Cunard steamers brought intelligence of the death, by cholera, of Judge Pyncheon's son, just at the point of embarkation for his native land.
The latter character carried it hollow at this period of the voyage, and triumphed over the Sanguine One at every meal, by inquiring where he supposed the Great Western (which left New York a week after us) was NOW: and where he supposed the 'Cunard' steam-packet was NOW: and what he thought of sailing vessels, as compared with steamships NOW: and so beset his life with pestilent attacks of that kind, that he too was obliged to affect despondency, for very peace and quietude.
Because I count on you to ring up the Cunard office first thing tomorrow; and you'd better book a return on a boat from Marseilles.
CRUISE IS SURE TO MAKE AN IMPRESSION LEARN the art of the sea with a Cunard experience.
A Cunard spokesman said: ''Guests will have the opportunity to meet Sherree and watch her create new work live on board, adding a unique and fascinating new dimension to a Cunard voyage.'' See cunard.co.uk for more details.
Get in the art of the sea with a new Cunard experience.
This week it's hats off to Cunard, which has just unveiled a stunning millinery masterpiece, created in collaboration with legendary headpiece-wrangler Stephen Jones OBE.
WHEN the Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 departs the Pier Head on July 16, bound for New York, the most famous passenger shipping line in the world will be writing another chapter in its 179-year history.
Liverpool will become part of Cunard's Northern Atlantic Westbound Crossing route, linking the city with Iceland, Canada and New York,reports the Liverpool Echo.