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State Papers Relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, Anno 1588 : Volume 1

By: Navy Records Society (Great Britain); Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915

...PANISH ARMADA VOL. I. 47657 STATE PAP RELATING TO* %^ THE DEFEAT OF - '- ANNO 1588 S . : > 3Q^ ! ^ 4-Xv ' ( H) EDITED BY JOHN KNOX LAUGHTON, M.A., R.... ... ( H) EDITED BY JOHN KNOX LAUGHTON, M.A., R.N. V X Professor of Modern History in King's College, London VOL. I. 47657 a PRINTED FOR THE NAVY RECORDS ... ...hat they are not answer- able for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications. For these the responsi- bility rests ent... ...o extend this work to two volumes^ the second volume will be issued this year, in immediate sequence to the present. The letters of Lord Hood are thus... ... next year. August, 1894. INTRODUCTION. THE defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 has been rightly described by Sir Edward Creasy as one of the deci... ...rks alike the approaching downfall of Spain and the rise of England as a great maritime power. England had indeed always believed in her naval power, ... ...hwell, his daughter's husband ; and most of the seamen whose names make up the maritime history of the century : Frobiser, Thomas Fenner and his cousi... ...1540. Hawkyns, some years older, and of a family rising to wealth by trade and maritime adventure, was a native of Plymouth. The relationship between ... ... bags, necessary lading charges, clerks' wages, surveyors' wages and all other incidents pertaining to sea service, which maketh a further increase of...

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Sea Dogs

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...John Hawkins was a Sea Dog in the 1560s. The Sea Dogs were Englis... ...e active from 1560 to 1605 and had permission by Queen Elizabeth I to deal in acts of piracy and to attack the Spanish, as they commonly did, despite ... ...se of the official document named Letters of Marque[2] In the 1560s, John Hawkins was an important figure in the Sea Dogs and main... ...avendish, Humphrey Gilbert and Martin Frobisher.[4] In 1588, Francis Drake, John Hawkins, Walter Raleigh and Martin Frobisher were... ... Pirate battles and incidents ... ... Paris Declaration Respecting Maritime Law ... ...avendish, Humphrey Gilbert and Martin Frobisher.[4] In 1588, Francis Drake, John Hawkins, Walter Raleigh and Martin Frobisher were... ... Pirate battles and incidents ... ... Paris Declaration Respecting Maritime Law ...

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Mentone and Its Neighbourhood : The Past and Present

By: Muller, George A; Somerville, James Ewing

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... .... Miiller, a cousin of the more cele- brated ProfessorMax Miiller, resided in the neighbourhood of Mentone for some thirty years, and died in 1891. He... ...arge tract of country extending from the Rhone to the Magra, including the Maritime Alps and a large part of northern Italy. 1 The Ligurians 2 were di... ...a land like this. Traces of his temple are found in many places within the Maritime Alps. IOVI M CETERISQ DIIS DEABUSQ IMMORT TIB CL DEMETRIUS DOM NIC... ...y conclude that T. C. Demetrius was stationed at Nice as procurator of the Maritime Alps, most likely under the emperors Valerianusand Gallienus, betw... ...e decisive blow was to be struck, all was ready. At the momentous hour two incidents happened that seemed to portend signal failure. On preparing and ... ...193 ally, I merely mention the names of two connected with some historical incidents. The Grande Salle des Grimaldi, the monumental chimney of which h... ...dder to the cross ; the soldiers dividing Christ's garments, and many more incidents acted with evident earnestness by the prin- cipal actors immediat...

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Francis Drake

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...lizabethan era. Drake carried out the second circumnavigation of the world in a single expedition, from 1577 to 1580, and was the first to complete it... ...ion. Elizabeth I of England awarded Drake a knighthood in 1581. He was second-in-command of the English fleet against the Spanish ... .... He was second-in-command of the English fleet against the Spanish Armada in 1588. He died of dysentery in January 1596[1] after unsuccessfully attac... ...e was second-in-command of the English fleet against the Spanish Armada in 1588. He died of dysentery in January 1596[1] after unsuccessfully attackin... ...rted proudly in his 1591 portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts now at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. On one side is a state portrait of Elizabeth by... ... gules.[29] The arms adopted by his nephew Sir Francis Drake, 1st Baronet (1588–1637) of Buckland were the arms of Drake of Ash, but the wyvern withou... ...en it overcame the Spanish Armada that was attempting to invade England in 1588. As the English fleet pursued the Armada up the English Channel in clo... ... Pirate battles and incidents ... ... Paris Declaration Respecting Maritime Law ...

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Documents Authentiques et Inédits Pour Servir À L'Histoire de la Marine Normande et du Commerce Rouennais Pendant les XVIE et XVIIE Siècles

By: Gosselin, E. (Edouard), 1811-1876

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...y which may ba bibliographically uniqua, which may altar any of tha imagaa in tha raproduction, or which may aignificantly changa tha uauai mathod of ... ...ouve- ment commercial et industriel extraordinaire. Les approvisionnements maritimesdevinrentpour les né- gociants une branche nouvelle et fructueuse ... ...t moyaux d'œufs battus on tonneaux ». (1) Le mouvement imprimé au Commerce maritime depuis deuxsiècles se trouva malheureusementinter- rompu par diver... ...ôtes du Maroc, les lies Téné- rife et Lancerote. (1) Entre les expéditions maritimes de 1383 et le dé- part, en 1392, de Jean de Bethencourt pour les ... ...ituer. A la suite de cette assignation , des sentences de l'Amirauté etdes incidents de procédure sinombreux alors, il y eut enquête, puis contre-enqu... ...ndus, mais on no put liquider le compte des frères Morel ; il y eut tant d'incidents que, ni la veuve Ango, ni les sieurs Morel, ne virent la fin du p... ...e Centurion malgré les longs plaidoyers du, sieur du Chillou et les divers incidents de procédure qu'il souleva au cours du procès. - 38 - Sans parle...

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Imperial Japanese Navy

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...869 until 1945, when it was dissolved following Japan's defeat and surrender in World War II. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) was f... ...dissolved following Japan's defeat and surrender in World War II. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) was formed after the dissolution o... ...ry of Congress Country Studies, The Japanese Navy was the third largest navy in the world by 1920, behind the Royal Navy and the United States Na... ... operation from the fleet. It was the primary opponent of the Western Allies in the Pacific War . The origins of the Imperial Japanese Navy go bac... ...lads date to 1859 with the French Gloire ("Steam, Steel and Shellfire"). In 1588 Toyotomi Hideyoshi issued a ban on Wakō piracy; the pirates then... ...tics and mechanical sciences, seclusion however, led to loss of any naval and maritime traditions the nation possessed. Apart from Dutch trade ship... ... The Nagasaki incident involving the HMS Phaeton in 1808 and other subsequent incidents in the following decades led to the Shogunate to enact an ed...

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Pritchards' Digest of Admiralty and Maritime Law

By: Pritchard, William Tarn, 1820-1901; Hannen, James Chitty, 1851-1903; Aspinall, James Perronet, 1844-1898; Smith, F. Gordon; Pritchard, W. Benning (William Benning), 1849-1913; Jones, Algernon

...TCHARD Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND MARITIME LAW, VOL. II, THIRD EDITION Title: PRITCHARDS' DIGEST OF ADMI... ...AW, VOL. II, THIRD EDITION Title: PRITCHARDS' DIGEST OF ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME LAW, VOL. II, THIRD EDITION Author: W. TARN PRITCHARD Language: En... ...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...15. FrenchLaw .1147 1. Generally.* 1. A registered ship orany share there- in may be made a security for a loan or other valuable consideration; and t... ...ghai, constituted by the order a port of registry, see the China and Japan Maritime Order in Council, 6th Aug 1874. 5 ' (11) And as to consular fees f... ...engers, is not bound to employ a licensed pilot in the river Thames. Ibid. 1588. Under the 332nd section of the M. S. Act a pilotage authority, with t... ... ibid. p. 1030, Nos. 1636—1642. 409. The result of abandonment is that all incidents to the thing abandoned pass with it. Thus, claims on account of c... ...g original jurisdiction over the subject- matter, hadjurisdiction over its incidents. Ibid. 96a. Held, further, that the court had jurisdiction over a...

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Privateer

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...g Confiance, a privateer vessel commanded by French corsair Robert Surcouf in October 1800, as depicted in a painting by Ambroise Louis Garneray ... ... to the 19th centuries. Some privateers have been particularly influential in the annals of history. Sometimes the vessels would be commissioned into ... ...eaking, vague, often depending on the source as to which label was correct in a particular circumstance.[1] The actual work of a pirate and a privatee... ...er hanged for piracy. The Paris Declaration Respecting Maritime Law of 16 April 1856 was issued to abolish privateering. It regula... ...ivateers were part of the English fleet that opposed the Spanish Armada in 1588. Privateers generally avoided encounters with warships, as such encoun... ...tary and economic competition with Spain - which had been monopolizing the maritime trade routes along with the Portuguese helping to provoke the firs... ...rticipated in the successful English defence against the Spanish Armada in 1588, though he was also partly responsible for the failure of the English ... ... prominent positions in American seaports, from where they continued their maritime trades (Bermudian merchants controlled much of the trade through p... ... Pirate battles and incidents ...

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Dictionnaire de Droit Commercial : Industriel et Maritime, Contenant la Legislation, La

By: C. B. Merger, J. A. Ruben de Couder, Goujet (Charles)

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...... ...EUn !O. rue Svumut, ~u DICTIONNAIRE DE D.ROIT COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIEL ET MARITIME CONTBNAftT LA LKGlSL.\ TI0~, LA JURISPRUDENCE, L'OPJ:'lO!'( D... ...!~.t~~ T~n:'~-·'-·-j~~ 1., . ~:,:-_".Iia~;~!:~ :a :·.J.c~~.i.:J .. ~'d II, ,in~,~ ".f •• ':'.") .~.·.'~1. 11·=t:,~.lil·; .I~r ::~::'~( ::~':g-,,!~5t.... ...airement dans tous les ouvrages publies sur Ie m~me su­ jet. Seine, 17 avril 1588 (Annal., 58. 245). 376. Mais si les plagiats etaient nombreux et s'... ... 1 et luly. Buis clOB, 185. Hulslier, SO. Immunit6, 65. Incapacit~, 24. Incidents, 136. IncompatibiUtt\, 6t. Industrie, 93 et salv. Injure, 63... ...8), a ete reglementee d'abord par les decrets du 4 juill. 1853, sur la ~che maritime cOtiere dans les quatre premiers arrondissements maritimes (art... .... 1273; Rousseau at Defert, n. 19; Alau­ zet, n. 282~; Laroque-Sayssinel, n. 1588. 108. Propriete non trarumile. - 11 est indispensable, pour que la...

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Economy of the Netherlands from 1500-1700

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...on-Competitive Goods 8 Anglo-Dutch Conflict in the 17th Century 9 "Fall From the Top" ... ... of prosperity and was once noted as one of the most dominant world powers in the 17th Century. It was heavily involved in the Atlantic Trade that had... ...nstitutions. This is only one of many benefactors that played a large role in the shaping in the growth and economic change within the Netherlands tha... ...ely, within a short space of time. The army in- creased from 20,000 men in 1588 to 32,000 by 1595, and its artillery, methods of transportation, and t... ...e growing in population. These two provinces were also heavily involved in maritime operations and productions. For most of the 16th century, these la... ...m 1,000 Dutch merchant ships. The second of these wars was a result of two incidents. The first occurred when the English captured two Dutch posts loc... ...ely, within a short space of time. The army in- creased from 20,000 men in 1588 to 32,000 by 1595, and its artillery, methods of transportation, and t... ...e growing in population. These two provinces were also heavily involved in maritime operations and productions. For most of the 16th century, these la... ...m 1,000 Dutch merchant ships. The second of these wars was a result of two incidents. The first occurred when the English captured two Dutch posts loc...

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De Jure Maritimo et Navali : Or, A Treatise of Affairs Maritime and of Commerce

By: Molloy, Charles, 1646-1690; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) Mb; Adams, John, 1735-1826; Gridley, Jeremiah, 1702-1767,

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...... ...a- fure obtained by continued Cuftom the Force ofLaw in reference to Matters Maritime, and of Commerce, as well in Cafes publick as private. By the fi... ... folemn. War may, and hath formerly arifen. Such was the Spanijh Invafion in 1588. So that a State of War may be between two Kingdoms without any Proc... ...xihether capableof vifion as the Land. 'onfderations general, in re- ence to Maritime Cities touch- Sea dominion. Of the Sea, by reafon of its in- hil... ...apableof Di'vi/ion as the Land. V. Confidtrations general^ in re- ference to Maritime Cities touch- ing Sea dominion. VI. Of the SeUy by reafon of its... ... and cleared all the important Objedicns againft juft War, together with the Incidents of the fame ; yet lis main one of Contribution or paying to bot...

...Printing ink; Authores in opere citati--P. [13]-[15] of preliminaries; Wing (2nd ed., 1994); Binding: later vellum. Author & imprint on spine label in gilt. Parisian bookseller's stamp on front pastedown...

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Spain–United Kingdom relations

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... João I of Portugal entertaining John of Gaunt in the early years of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance. ... ... For centuries, the role of England, and subsequently the United Kingdom, in Iberia was coloured by the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance. Relations with Por... ...m have gone to war twice over Portugal's independence. In 1384, at the height of the Hundred Years' War, England provided reinforc... ...009 Gibraltar authorities complained about the presence of a Guardia Civil Maritime Service vessel into the three-mile waters around Gibraltar, escala... ...matic protest by the Government of the United Kingdom.[14][15][16] Further incidents occurred in November 2009.[17][18] In July 20... ...ay talks focused on other subjects such as cooperation on the environment, maritime matters, and ways of further facilitating the Moroccan community i... ... with a fourth, were arrested by the Royal Gibraltar Police.[21] Many such incidents occur, with a more recent event being the arresting of Gibraltari... ...009 Gibraltar authorities complained about the presence of a Guardia Civil Maritime Service vessel into the three-mile waters around Gibraltar, escala... ...matic protest by the Government of the United Kingdom.[14][15][16] Further incidents occurred in November 2009.[17][18] In July 20...

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British Merchant Shipping

By: Jones, Clement, B. 1880

...6)6 . 29, a Q LONDON EDWARD ARNOLD & CO. 1922 [All rights reserved] Printed in Great Britain by Butler & Tanner, Frome and London 'ONIC VERSION AVAIL... ...ritain by Butler & Tanner, Frome and London 'ONIC VERSION AVAILABLE PREFACE In January, 1921, it was my privilege to deliver a lecture in the Univers... ... lecture in the University of Liverpool on the subject of " British Shipping in Relation to British Trade," and shortly afterwards it was suggested th... ...ease in the merchant shipping. Under Henry I, as well as under Henry II, the maritime industry prospered. Ships were growing in size as well as in num... ...owers. 1 All through the Tudor period, the nation was steadily realizing its maritime capacities. Whether the strategic meaning of " ruling the seas,"... ...ercial men with far the greater part of the goods which they exported. " Our maritime commerce," says Mr. Trevelyan, " was conducted by Companies, eac... ...nd of London, for a trade to the rivers of Senega and Gambra in Guinea, Anno 1588." In these letters we can read how the noblemen and merchants, whose... ... two kinds. There are ' navigation risks ' due to perils of the seaand other incidents of navigation, and there are ' carriers' risks ' which are thos...

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English Channel

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...North Sea to the Atlantic Ocean. The name "English Channel" is mostly used in English-speaking countries and on English-language charts. ... ... It is about 560 km (350 mi) long and varies in width from 240 km (150 mi) at its widest to 33.1 km (20.6... ...rom 240 km (150 mi) at its widest to 33.1 km (20.6 mi) in the Strait of Dover.[1] It is the smallest of the shallow seas around th... ... ^ ^ Chartlets published by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency ^ ... ... Land and maritime boundaries: ... ... Maritime boundaries: ... ...ving ships with toxic cargo and oil spills.[47] Indeed, over 40% of the UK incidents threatening pollution occur in or very near the Channel.[48] One ... ...vasion ports. Her climb to the pre-eminent sea power of the world began in 1588 as the attempted invasion of the Spanish Armada was defeated by the co... ...ts were held by a major continental power, e.g. from the Spanish Armada in 1588, Napoleon during the Napoleonic Wars, and Nazi Germany during World Wa...

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Circumnavigation of the Globe; And Progress of Maritime Discovery from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...... ...ch an extent attracted the attention and gratified the curiosity of mankind, in all ages, as the narratives that have been given to the world of the v... ...; and though it consists of fivevolumes quarto, it only brings the annals of maritime enterprise down to the commencement of the reign of George III. ... ...y mountains. Viil PREFACE. With the exception of this last-named discovery, maritime enterprise has of late years been chiefly con- fined to the minu... ...772) Bougainville discovers the Dangerous Archipelago (1768) Maitea Otaheite Incidents during his Stay there Takes a Native with him The Grand Cyclade... ...oups, and Chain Islands Arrival at Otaheite Observa- tion of the Transit and Incidents during their Stay Discovery of the Islands of Tethuroa, Huahein... ...ton Irving has described this event, "one of the most beautiful and striking incidents in the history of the New World," with even more than his usual...

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Doge's Palace, Venice

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... The Doge's Palace is a palace built in Venetian Gothic style, and one of the main landmarks of the city o... ... Venice, the supreme authority of the Republic of Venice, opening as a museum in 1923. Today, it is one of the 11 museums run by the Fondazione Muse... ... it is one of the 11 museums run by the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia . In 2010, it was visited by 1, 358, 186 people. History In 810, Doge... ...each other in groups of six, the twelve wall paintings depict acts of valor or incidents of war that had occurred during the city’s history. Immediate... ...in the world, Il Paradiso, which Tintoretto and his workshop produced between 1588 and 1592.The Scrutinio Room is in the wing built between the 1520s... ...the exploits of the Venetians, with particular emphasis on the conquest of the maritime empire; the only exception being the last oval, recording the ...

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Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester : A Critical Inquiry into the Authenticity of the Various Statements in Relation to the Death of Amye Robsart, And of the Libels on the Earl of Leycester, With a Vindication of the Earl by His Nephew Sir Philip Sydney. And a History of Kenilworth Castle, Including an Account of the Splendid Entertainment Given to Queen Elizabeth by the Earl of Leycester, In 1575, From the Works of Robert Lanehom and George Gascoigne; Together with Memoirs and Correspondence of Sir Robert Dudley, Son of the Earl of Leycester

By: Adlard, George, 1795 or 6-1873; Gascoigne, George, 1542-1577; Sidney, Philip, Sir 1554-1586;

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...THE SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN TO QUEEN ELIZABETH BY THE EARL OF LEYCESTER IN 1575 FROM THE WORKS OF ROBERT LANEHAM* AND GEORGE GASCOIGNEj TOGETHER ... ...orical interest in that work is entirely marred by the fact that the leading incidents, in that otherwise interesting novel, are at variance with hist... ... publicly solemnized in the presence of the youthful king Edward VI, and the incidents connected with the event were noted down by him in his diary, t... ...fferent aspect, as illustrated in the following Moreover, not a few striking incidents and illustrations in regard to the history of Kenilworth Castle... ... Philip and Mary. 2 " The earl held this manor for life, dying lord of it in 1588, when it came to John Walpole, Esq., son and heir of Edward Walpole,... ...bert Dudley in the " Lady Jane " emeute, in the first year of Qu. Mary. 2 In 1588 John Appleyard was High Sheriff of the counties of Norfolk and Suffo... ...een his uncle Warwick who first turned his young imagination to the field of maritime adventure and discovery ; that nobleman had been among the earli...

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History of the Royal Navy

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...was formally created as the national naval force of the Kingdom of England in 1660, following the Restoration of King Charles II to the throne. In 170... ... two had begun operating together from the time of the Union of the Crowns in 1603. The English Navy had no defined moment of form... ...Navy grew considerably during the global struggle with France that started in 1690 and culminated in the Napoleonic Wars, a time when the practice of ... ...cause Harold had a "numberless fleet with expert crews long experienced in maritime dangers and battles". After the Norman Conques... ...z and A Coruña to delay the attack. The Spanish Armada finally set sail in 1588 to enforce Spain's dominance over the English Channel and transport tr... ...ip foiled the invasion and led to the destruction of the Spanish Armada in 1588, marking the high point of Elizabeth's reign. Technically, the Armada ... ...new ships were built between 1650 and 1654. Triggered by seemingly trivial incidents, but motivated by economic competition, they were notable as pure... ... Trafalgar consolidated the United Kingdom's advantage over other European maritime powers. By concentrating its military resource... ...5 Napoleon acted to counter Britain's maritime supremacy and economic power, closing European ports to British tr...

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British Merchant Shipping

By: Jones, Clement, B. 1880

...ed'] Prm/tt/ HI Grea/ Britain by Butler & Tanner, Frame and London PREFACE In January, 1921, it was my privilege to deliver a lecture in the Univers... ... lecture in the University of Liverpool on the subject of " British Shipping in Relation to British Trade," and shortly afterwards it was suggested th... ...tish Shipping. This volume is an attempt to carry out the suggestion. My aim in writing it has been to retrace the steps by which we, as a country, ha... ...ease in the merchant shipping. Under Henry I, as well as under Henry II, the maritime industry prospered. Ships were growing in size as well as in num... ...owers. 1 All through the Tudor period, the nation was steadily realizing its maritime capacities. Whether the strategic meaning of "ruling the seas," ... ...ercial men with far the greater part of the goods which they exported. " Our maritime commerce," says Mr. Trevelyan, " was conducted by Companies, eac... ...nd of London, for a trade to the rivers of Senega and Gambra in Guinea, Anno 1588." In these letters we can read how the noblemen and merchants, whose... ... two kinds. There are ' navigation risks ' due to perils of the seaand other incidents of navigation, and there are ' carriers' risks ' which are thos...

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History of Lisbon

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...apital city of Portugal, revolves around its strategic geographical position at the mouth of the Tagus, the longest river in the Iberian Peninsula. It... ... During the Neolithic period, pre-Celtic peoples inhabited the region; remains of their stone monuments still exist today in the periphery of the city... ...then the eventual establishment of Phoenician and Greek trading posts (c. 800–600 BC), followed by successive occupations in the city of various peopl... ...th centuries as the centre of a vast empire during the period of the Portuguese discoveries, This was a time of intensive maritime exploration, when t... ...resent-day Galicia to the Algarve[10] during the Late Bronze Age (1100-700 B.C.). These indigenous communities engaged in maritime and overland commer... ...he mouth of the Tagus,[44][45] but were eventually driven out as the Phoenician colony of Carthage increasingly dominated maritime commerce in the wes... ...s resolution would set the future course of the country. Following the exposure of several conspiracies and various other incidents of their treachery... ... the boats capable of military action in Lisbon, Seville and Barcelona were gathered in an armada sent against England in 1588[200] with the express p... ...mada. Navy Records Society. p. 376.  ^ Angus Konstam (2001). The Armada Campaign 1588: The Great Enterprise A...

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The Complete Poems of Giles Fletcher, B. D.;

By: Fletcher, Giles, 1588-1623

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...TA BAiiiiAilA A3 Preface. T INCLUDED the Poems of the Fletchers very early in my Fuller Worthies' Library; and within a few months of their private is... ...tted that his birth-date was not given by Fuller. Chalmers'^ conjecture of 1588 seems improbable, as in the present volume will be found his 'Canto' u... ...depress his spirits and exhaust his constitution ; a lonely village in the maritime part of Suffolk, more than two hundred years ago, had few consolat... ...-morocco, £1 Ss. SHELLEY'S EARLY LIFE. From Original Sources. With Curious Incidents, Letters, and Writings, now First Collected. By D. F. MacCarthy C... ...pro- fusion of Sketches by William Makepeace Thackeray, depicting Humorous Incidents in his School-life, and Favourite Characters in the books of his ...

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Timeline of Philippine history

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...y, comprising important legal and territorial changes and political events in the Philippines and their predecessor states. To read about the backgrou... ...opperplate Inscription, the earliest known Philippine document, is written in the Manila area in Kawi script. ... ...s Tundo, Tundun, Tundok, Lusung) was a fortified kingdom which was located in the Manila Bay area, specifically north of the Pasig River, on Luzon isl... ... Conspiracy of the Maharlikas (1587–1588)[2][3][4][5][6] 1589 ... ...1972 Suspicious bombing incidents increase all over The Country . The MNLF launches its campaign fo... ... 4,341 passengers and crew. The collision made as the deadliest peace-time maritime disaster of the 20th century. ...

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Ocean's Story, Or, Triumphs of Thirty Centuries : A Graphic Description of Maritime Adventures

By: Goodrich, Frank Boott, 1826-1894; Howland, Edward, 1832-1890

...page G49. OCEAN'S STORY; OR, Triumphs of Thirty Centuries; A GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF ^ MARITIME ADVENTURES, Achievements, Explorations, Discoveries an... ...Schuyler Smith & Co., London, Ontario. 1873. ^0 Sntered according to Act of Congress, in the year 187S, By UUBBARD BROS^ it) the Office of the Librar... ... COMMENCEMENT OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA. PAGE CHAPTER I.—The Purpose of this Work—The Ocean in the Scriptural Period The Marvels of the Sea—The Classic Leg... ...al of which the Ark was built—Its Capacity, Dimensions, apdForm—Its Proportions copied in Modern Ocean-Steamers ....^. ..^. 3fi CHAPTER IV.—The Ships,... ...e—Their Voyage round Africa—New Tyre—A Patriotic Phoenician Captain—The Egyptians as a Maritime People —Their Ships and Commerce—The Jews—Their Geogra... ...upon the Shape of the Earth—The World as known to the Hebrews 4fi CHAPTER v.—The Early Maritime History of the Greeks—The Expedition of the Argonauts—... ... Female Circumnavi- gator—Famine on Board—Remarkable Cascade—Arrival at the Moluccas — Incidents there—Return Home 426 CHAPTER XLIII.—Expedition despa... ...II.—Expedition despatched at the Instance of the Royal So- ciety—Lieutenant James Cook—Incidents of the Voyage—A Night on Shore in Terra del Fuego—Arr... ...f the Bounty—A Mutiny—Bligh, the Captain, with Eighteen Men, oast adrift in tha Launch—Incidents of the Voyage from Tahiti to Timor—Terrible CONTENTS...

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Palace of Westminster

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... Location of the Palace of Westminster in central London ... ...ter its tenants, the Palace lies on the Middlesex bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London. Its name, which derives from... ...es: the Old Palace, a medieval building complex that was destroyed by fire in 1834, and its replacement New Palace that stands today. For ceremonial p... ... 4 Security 4.1 Incidents 5 Rules ... ...truction in the 1834 fire and depicted the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. The project was put on hold in 1861 (by which time only one painting ... ...on Group, are always on duty in and around the Palace. Incidents A famous attempt to breach the security of the... ... National Maritime Museum ... ... Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City ... ...le City Maritime Greenwich ...

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Ocean's story, or, Triumphs of thirty centuries : a graphic description of maritime adventures

By: Goodrich, Frank B. (Frank Boott), 1826-1894; Howland, Edward, 1832-1890

...page G49. OCEAN'S STORY; OR, Triumphs of Thirty Centuries; A GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF ^ MARITIME ADVENTURES, Achievements, Explorations, Discoveries an... ...Schuyler Smith & Co., London, Ontario. 1873. ^0 Sntered according to Act of Congress, in the year 187S, By UUBBARD BROS^ it) the Office of the Librar... ... COMMENCEMENT OF THE CHRISTIAN ERA. PAGE CHAPTER I.—The Purpose of this Work—The Ocean in the Scriptural Period The Marvels of the Sea—The Classic Leg... ...al of which the Ark was built—Its Capacity, Dimensions, apdForm—Its Proportions copied in Modern Ocean-Steamers ....^. ..^. 3fi CHAPTER IV.—The Ships,... ...e—Their Voyage round Africa—New Tyre—A Patriotic Phoenician Captain—The Egyptians as a Maritime People —Their Ships and Commerce—The Jews—Their Geogra... ...upon the Shape of the Earth—The World as known to the Hebrews 4fi CHAPTER v.—The Early Maritime History of the Greeks—The Expedition of the Argonauts—... ... Female Circumnavi- gator—Famine on Board—Remarkable Cascade—Arrival at the Moluccas — Incidents there—Return Home 426 CHAPTER XLIII.—Expedition despa... ...II.—Expedition despatched at the Instance of the Royal So- ciety—Lieutenant James Cook—Incidents of the Voyage—A Night on Shore in Terra del Fuego—Arr... ...f the Bounty—A Mutiny—Bligh, the Captain, with Eighteen Men, oast adrift in tha Launch—Incidents of the Voyage from Tahiti to Timor—Terrible CONTENTS...

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Nationality Rooms

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... Rooms ring the three-story Gothic hall, named the Commons Room, in the Cathedral of Learning ... ... The Nationality Rooms are a collection of 29 classrooms in the [6] In addition, the Nationality Rooms inspire lectures, seminars, c... ...ed by Ruth Crawford Mitchell at the request of Pitt Chancellor John Bowman in 1926 in order to involve the community as much as he could in constructi... ...ine Bruhns.[23] The room is associated with various stories of unexplained incidents that have resulted in claims that the room is haunted.[23][24] ... ...iron fireback and andirons commemorate the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 and an inscription above the fireplace is from Shakespeare's King Rich... ...ia Erie Maritime Museum ... ...ine Bruhns.[23] The room is associated with various stories of unexplained incidents that have resulted in claims that the room is haunted.[23][24] ... ...iron fireback and andirons commemorate the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 and an inscription above the fireplace is from Shakespeare's King Rich... ...ia Erie Maritime Museum ...

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The Commercial Laws of the World, Comprising the Mercantile, Bills of Exchange, Bankruptcy and Maritime Laws of Civilised Nations : Volume 21

By: Scrutton, Thomas Edward, Sir 1856-1934; Bowstead, William, D. 1935

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...), LL. D. (MELBOURNE). COUNSELLOR AT LAW, BERLIN AND PARIS, PROFESSOR OF LAW IN THE LAW SCHOOL OF THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVER- SITY (CALIFORNIA)... ...WS OF THE WORLD COMPRISING THE MERCANTILE, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, BANKRUPTCY AND MARITIME LAWS OF ALL CIVILISED NATIONS TOGETHER WITH COMMENTARIES ON CIVI... ... LE DROIT COMMERCIAL, LE CONTRAT DE CHANGE, LEDROITDESFAILLITES ET LE DROIT MARITIME DE LA FRANCE ET DE SES COLONIES. THE COMMERCIAL LAW (INCLUDING B... ... COMMERCIAL LAW (INCLUDING BILLS OF EXCHANGE), THE LAW OF BANKRUPTCY AND THE MARITIME LAW OF FRANCE AND OF HER COLONIES. PAR G.HORN AVOCAT A LA COUR D... ...d 111 Civ. Proc. C). 45 France: Organisation et administration judiciaires. Incidents. Plusieurs incidents peuvent se produire au cours d'une instanc... ...cidents. Plusieurs incidents peuvent se produire au cours d'une instance: A. Incidents relatifs a la competence et h la composition du tribanal. a) In... ...pel se fait par une declaration au greffe (art. 391 et s., C. Proc. Qv.). B. Incidents rclatifs a la situation personnelle des parties. a) Caution jud...

..., Guatemala, Cuba.--X. San Salvador, Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.--XIII-XIV. Great Britain and Ireland.--XV. British dominions and protectorates in Europe and Africa.--XVI. British dominions and protectorates in Asia.--XVII. British dominions and protectorates in America.--XVIII. British dominions and protectorates in Australasia.--XIX. Sweden and Norway.--XX. Denmark...

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History of slavery

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... labor Field slaves in the United States ... ... Blackbirding in Australia Human t... ...a Human trafficking in Australia Slave r... ...avery in the 15th century; in Lithuania, slavery was formally abolished in 1588; the institution was replaced by the second enserfment. Slavery remain... ... the 14th century which decimated much of the European work force.[68] The maritime town of Lagos, Portugal, was the first slave market created in Por... ... 48 ^ Records indicate at least two earlier incidents. On 23 November 1739, in Williamsburg, Virginia, two white men, C... ... Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (1861) ... ... the 14th century which decimated much of the European work force.[68] The maritime town of Lagos, Portugal, was the first slave market created in Por... ... 48 ^ Records indicate at least two earlier incidents. On 23 November 1739, in Williamsburg, Virginia, two white men, C...

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A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot; With a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery Illustrated by Documents from the Rolls

By: Biddle, Richard, 1796-1847

.... FROM llll: 1 IliUARY OF DR. FRANCIS LIEBKR, Professor of History and Law in Columbia College, New York. THK GIFT OF MICHAEL REESE, Of San Francisco.... ...e end of the term. MEMOIR OP SEBASTIAN CABOT; A REVIEW THE HISTORY OF MARITIME DISCOVERY. ILLUSTRATED BY DOCUMENTS FROM THE ROLLS, NOW FIRST PUBL... ...1498 . ^ 1 , .. . . ,. . . 78 IV CONTENTS. CHAP. XI. Voyage to Maracaibo, in 1499 . . ^ , J k< ^* 90 CHAP. XII. Correspondence between Ferdina... ...ers the service of Spain 13th September, 1512 Revi sion of Maps and Charts in 1515 Appointed a Member of the Council of the Indies Projected Expeditio... ... < . .213 CONTENTS. vii BOOK II. CHAP. I. Review of the History of Maritime Discovery, so far as may be necessary to exhibit the pervading inf... ... work published during the present year (Lardner s Cyclopaedia, History of Maritime Discovery, vol. ii. p. 137). North West Foxe (p. 16) had changed i... ...ed no tidings," is not in the manner of a Chronicler making a note of incidents as they occurred, but is very natural in a person looking over th... ...ngage in such an enterprise. The pure and lofty character to which all the incidents of his life lay claim, renders us unwil ling to credit what could... ... though of great importance and responsibility, supply, of course, but few incidents for record. We might expect to find the project of the North-West...

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Slavery

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... labor Field slaves in the United States ... ... Blackbirding in Australia Human t... ...a Human trafficking in Australia Slave r... ...idden in the 15th century; in Lithuania, slavery was formally abolished in 1588; they were replaced by the second serfdom. In Kievan Rus and Muscovy, ... ... at least Comanche of Texas, also owned slaves.[8] The maritime town of Lagos was the first slave market created in Portugal (one ... ... Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (1861) ...

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A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot; With a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery Illustrated by Documents from the Rolls

By: Biddle, Richard, 1796-1847

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...this Memoir) from the heirs of Charles Joseph Harford of Bristol, England. In the great fire at Pittsburgh in 1845, Mr. Biddle's Library and with it t... ...ation for this book has been made. MEMOIR or WITH A REVIEW THE HISTORY OF MARITIME DISCOVERY. ILLUSTRATED BY DOCUMENTS FROM THE ROLLS, NOW FIKST PUBL... ...ed him ..... 213 CONTENTS. vii BOOK II. CHAP. I. Review of the History of Maritime Discovery, so far as may be necessary to exhibit the pervading inf... ... recognized on high modern authority "as the best review of the history of maritime discovery relating to the period of which it treats that had appea... ...eturned no tidings," is not in the manner of a Chronicler making a note of incidents as they occurred, but is very natural in a person looking over th... ...ngage in such an enterprise. The pure and lofty character to which all the incidents of his life lay claim, renders us unwil- ling to credit what coul... ...e, though of greatimportance and responsibility, supply, of course, butfew incidents for record. We might expect to find the project of the North-West...

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List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom, 1998

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... Measures of the N. Ireland Assembly (1973–1974) Orders in Council for Northern Ireland ... ... This is an incomplete list of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom in 1998. 1-1... ... The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Radioactivity in Sheep) (Wales) (Partial Revocation) Order 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 72) ... ... The Hovercraft (Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims (Amendment)) Order 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 1257) ... ... The Merchant Shipping (Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims) (Amendment) Order 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 1258) ... ... The Civil Aviation (Investigation of Air Accidents and Incidents) (Guernsey) Order 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 1503) ... ... Motorway (Minley Interchange Connecting Roads) Scheme 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 1588) The Prisons and Young Offenders Institutions...

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The Commercial Laws of the World, Comprising the Mercantile, Bills of Exchange, Bankruptcy and Maritime Laws of Civilised Nations : Volume 15

By: Scrutton, Thomas Edward, Sir 1856-1934; Bowstead, William, D. 1935

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...E COMMEKCIAL LAWS OF THE WORLD VOLUME XV BRITISH DOMINIONS AND PROTECTORATES IN EUROPE AND AFRICA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ALSO THE RIGHT OF TRANSLATION I... ...WS OF THE WORLD COMPRISING THE MERCANTILE, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, BANKRUPTCY AND MARITIME LAWS OF ALL CIVILISED NATIONS TOGETHER WITH COMMENTARIES ON CIVI... ...ditions and regulations of the company, in the same manner and with the same incidents as if so much thereof as would, if the company had been formed ... ...ut every such company shall be wound up in the same manner and with the same incidents as if this Act had not passed, and for the purposes of the wind... ...shall have and be capable of exercising in Gibraltar all the powers, rights, incidents, and privileges conferred under this Order, and shall consist o... ...n as the "Consolato del mare" of Perellos appeared in 1697; they are chiefly maritime in character and are derived from the maritime laws of Barce- I... ...ip-building, every purchase and everj' sale of one or more vessels; 8. Every maritime adventure; 9. Every furniture and every sale of furniture, tackl...

..., Guatemala, Cuba.--X. San Salvador, Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.--XIII-XIV. Great Britain and Ireland.--XV. British dominions and protectorates in Europe and Africa.--XVI. British dominions and protectorates in Asia.--XVII. British dominions and protectorates in America.--XVIII. British dominions and protectorates in Australasia.--XIX. Sweden and Norway.--XX. Denmark...

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A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot; With a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery Illustrated by Documents from the Rolls

By: Richard Biddle

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ... MEMOIR - .. OF SEBASTIAN CABOT- , -- WITH A REVIEW OP THE HISTORY OF MARITIME DISCOVERY. ILLUSTRATED BY DOCUMENTS FROM THE ROLLS, NOW FIRST ... ...RTIKtS LANW. OHAKING (]"ROSS. .... . •• 4 JruI publUM:tl • Carey and 1.. in. an. ~me, odtlfDo • • • • A MEMOIR OF ; SEBASTiAN CABOT; WITH ... ... Blade, while in that sit.uation, to extend the commerce anti est-ablish the maritime greatness ofEngland."-Ib. c, 'Vc cannot part ,,-ith this able a... ...ork. published during the present year, (Lardner'S Cyclopm~ia, His­ tory of Maritime Discovery, vol. ii. p. 137.) North West Foxe~ (p. 16) had chang... ...turned no tidjngs,," is not in the manner of' a Chronicler making a note of incidents as they occurred~ but is very natural in a person look,ing ove... ...ngage in such an enterprise. The pure and lofty character to which all the incidents of his life lay claim, renders us unwilling to credit what cou... ..., though of great importance and responsibility, supply, of course, but few incidents for recol-d. We might expect to find the project of the North-...

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A Memoir of Sebastian Cabot; With a Review of the History of Maritime Discovery Illustrated by Documents from the Rolls

By: Richard Biddle

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...OIR . . OP SEBAs'rIAN CABOT· , wlTa - . A REVIEW 0 .. THE HISTORY OF MARITIME DISCOVERY. ILLUSTRATED BY DOCUMENTS FRbM THE ROLLS, 1109 #1IiI... ...VOf'Ige or IG8 . 78 • .... iv CONTENTS. CHAP. XI. Voyage to Maracaibo, in 1499 CHAP. XII. Correspondence between Ferdinand of Spain and Lord W... ... ~ I I ~ CONTENTS. . yii BOOK II. CHAP. I. ReYie... of the History of Maritime Discovery, 80 far as may be necessary to exhibit the p~ influen... ...ith its train of errors, is copied into Dr Lardner's Cyclopedia (History or Maritime and Inland Discovery, vol. ii. p. 137). Foxe, who made a yoyag... ...etunled DO tidings," is not in the manner of a Chronicler making a DOte of incidents as they oce~rred, but is very "natural in a person looking ove... ...age in such an enterprise. The pure and lofty charactel a to which all the incidents of his life lay claim,. renders us unwil­ ling to credit what c... ...ttlough of great importance and responsibility , supply, of course, but few incidents for record. We might expect to find the project of the North-W...

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Drake and the Tudor Navy; With a History of the Rise of England as a Maritime Power

By: Corbett, Julian Stafford, Sir 1854-1922

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...ORBETT. DRAKE AND THE TUDOR NAVY: with a History of the Rise of England as a Maritime Power. With Portraits, Illustrations and Maps. 2 Vols. Crown 8vo... ...With 4 Portraits (2 Photogravures) and 12 Maps and Plans. 8vo., 21*. ENGLAND IN THE MEDITERRANEAN: A Study of the Rise and Influence of British Power ... ...utta. DRAKE AND THE TUDOE NAVY WITH A HISTORY OF THE RISE OF ENGLAND AS A MARITIME POWER =>* r^ JULIAN Si COEBETT IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. I. ' Whosoeve... ... in all the various phases of his life, with every aspect of the Elizabethan maritime upheaval, but throughout Europe he was recognised and applauded,... ... set in gold, and surmounted with the ship and globe crest and engraved with incidents of the circumnavigation voyage ; a panel from his ship carved w... ...eets, the French at St. Helen's, the Eng] sh seemingly on the Spit Sand. The incidents of the various days are confused. The ' Great Harry ' isshown i... ... 261) says 3,000 pesos. A peso = a real of eight. Sarmiento confuses the two incidents and says they took 3,000 pesos in silver bars. THE VOYAGE OF C...

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