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Huntingdonshire and the Spanish Armada

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English defeat of Spanish Armada

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The Spanish Armada [microform] : a Lecture

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The Armada (book)

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The Spanish Armada : A Descriptive Historical Poem August 13Th, 1874

By: Wright, W. H. K. (William Henry Kearley), 1844-1915

...rd, viz., the arrival off our shores, and subse- quent defeat, of the " Invincible Armada" of Spain, in the summer of 1588, was the most suitable subj... ...ever bounteous hand His choicest gifts send down. "Dux Famina Facti" Motto of the Armada Medal, 1588. THE SPANISH ARMADA Plymouth, old Plymouth, pro... ...hoicest gifts send down. "Dux Famina Facti" Motto of the Armada Medal, 1588. THE SPANISH ARMADA Plymouth, old Plymouth, proud Queen of the West ! Br... ...sure thou shalt be well repaid, Nor e'er have cause to rue ; But, by my troth, yon Spanish host, That now approach our shore, With pomp and pride, and... ...new-born day, Where watchful ward our vessels keep, In sight of famed Torbay ; The Spanish ships are scattered wide, Far o'er the heaving sea, And hum... ...ack, Like hunters keen and bold ; Eesolved to win bright laurels back, In spite of Spanish gold ; For every port on England's strand Sends forth her s... ... Norman and Hine. Builder, Mr. J. Pethick, of this town. In the ornamentation, the Armada heroes are well represented, a full-length statue of Sir Fra... ...ral in 1585, was consequently chief in command in the expedition against the great Armada, the overthrowof whichwas due in a great measure to his zeal... ...s, she herself taking part in the ceremony. "In commemoration of the defeat of the Armada it was the custom, for more than two hundred years, for the ...

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Armada

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...Armada is the Portuguese and Spanish word for naval fleet, or an adjective meaning 'armed'; Armáda (pron... ...tions and military campaigns Portuguese India Armadas (armadas da Índia), fleets of ships dispatched from Portugal to Ind... ...y Vasco da Gama in 1497–1499 2nd Portuguese India Armada (Cabral, 1500) 3rd Portuguese India Armada ... ...se India Armada (Nova, 1501) 4th Portuguese India Armada (Gama, 1502) 5th Portuguese India Armada (A... ...a Armada (Albuquerque, 1503) 6th Portuguese India Armada (Albergaria, 1504) 7th Portuguese India Arm... ... Military campaigns Spanish Armada or Great Armada, an unsuccessful attempted invasion of Engla... ...ada Ecuatoriana, Ecuadorian Navy Armada Española, Spanish Navy Armada Nacional, Colombian National A... ...n Navy Armada de Barlovento, a subdivision of the Spanish Navy assigned to the Windward Islands during the 1700s ... ... The Armada (book) (1959), a Pulitzer Prize-winning history of the Spanish Armada by Garrett Mattingly Armada (book),...

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Thomas Deloney: His Thomas of Reading: and Three Ballads on the Spanish Armada

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Thomas Deloney: His Thomas of Reading: and Three Ballads on the Spanish Armada by Thomas Deloney; published by J. F. Taylor

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Armada Portrait

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... Woburn Abbey The Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I of England is the name of any of three survi... ...bols of imperial majesty against a backdrop representing the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. Contents ... ...imperial majesty against a backdrop representing the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. Contents ... ... the Tudor Succession (1572) attributed to Lucas de Heere,[3] pre-date the Armada Portrait. English art in this period was isolate... ...sentation than to Renaissance ideas of unity in time and space in art. The Armada Portrait is no exception: the chair to the right is viewed from two ... ...e left, and the background shows two different stages in the defeat of the Armada.[2] In the background view on the left, English fireships threaten t... ...ada.[2] In the background view on the left, English fireships threaten the Spanish fleet, and on the right the ships are driven onto a rocky coast ami... ...bols of imperial majesty against a backdrop representing the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. Contents ... ...ada.[2] In the background view on the left, English fireships threaten the Spanish fleet, and on the right the ships are driven onto a rocky coast ami...

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The Spanish Armada : a descriptive historical poem August 13th, 1874

By: Wright, W. H. K. (William Henry Kearley), 1844-1915
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Armada de Molucca

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... The Armada de Molucca was the name of the Spanish fleet led by Ferdinand Magellan in the first expediti... ...ies and provisions. The Trinidad was a caravel, while the others were rated as carracks (Spanish "carraca" or "nao"; Portuguese "nau").[1] ... ... Construction and Provisions The expedition, funded largely by the Spanish Crown, provided both 5 ships and supplies for two yea... ..., provided both 5 ships and supplies for two years of travel. The fleet was to be called Armada de Molucca, after the Indonesian name for the Spice Is... ...y down the coast of Africa for a few weeks, but when storms began to batter the ship and Armada set out for Rio. On November 29, 1519 they arrived at ... ...[4] It took over half a year of wandering the Philippines before the Armada de Molucca finally found the spice Islands. During thi... ...ad not intended to circumnavigate the world, only to find a secure way through which the Spanish ships could navigate to the Spice Islands; it was Elc... ...lippines Portuguese Empire Spanish Empire Ferdinand Magel...

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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

...E LIBRARY 1980 PUBLICATIONS OF THE NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY VOL. I. DEFEAT OF THE SPANISH ARMADA VOL. I. 47657 STATE PAP RELATING TO* %^ THE DEFEAT OF -... ...Y 1980 PUBLICATIONS OF THE NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY VOL. I. DEFEAT OF THE SPANISH ARMADA VOL. I. 47657 STATE PAP RELATING TO* %^ THE DEFEAT OF - '- ANNO... ...bly postponed till next year. August, 1894. INTRODUCTION. THE defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 has been rightly described by Sir Edward Creasy ... ...poned till next year. August, 1894. INTRODUCTION. THE defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 has been rightly described by Sir Edward Creasy as one o... ...that the fleet of England was capable of withstanding that of Spain ; that the armada, of itself, was not a thing to be feared ; but they never quite ... ...presentation is childish ; from the historical it is false. False, because the Spanish fleet, after being hounded up Channel, had sustained a crushing... ...chief of these was the exclusive commercial policy adopted and enforced by the Spanish Government in respect of its West Indian and American settlemen... ...f five vessels, whilst carrying on a lucrative though illicit traffic with the Spanish settlements, were caught, in the harbour of San Juan de Lua, by... ...icial inquiry : inquisidor might be an inquisitor, or a magistrate, or, in the armada, the provost- marshal ; and men reported to be lingering in the ...

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Armada Rijeka

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...ball), Primorje EB (waterpolo) and KK Kvarner 2010 (basketball). The name Armada was given in 1987 at a bar in the "Ri" shopping mall in Rijeka, and ... ...ar in the "Ri" shopping mall in Rijeka, and the first game attended by the Armada was the Final of the Yugoslav football cup against Hajduk Split in B... ... of May 1987. The newly formed supporters group named themselves after the Spanish Armada because of the strength they showed in their support. Their ... ...1987. The newly formed supporters group named themselves after the Spanish Armada because of the strength they showed in their support. Their fiercest... ...rcest rivals are BBB (Bad Blue Boys), Torcida and Kohorta. At home games, Armada members gather in the west stand at Stadion Kantrida, from where the... ...- Alone against everybody, and Krepat, ma ne molat - Die but not give up. Armada's mascot is a shark. There are numerous Armada murals around the ci...

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State papers relating to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, anno 1588; Volume: 2

By: Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915, Editor
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Spanish Navy

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... The Spanish Navy is the maritime branch of the Spanish Armed Forces and one of the oldest active naval forces in the ... ...nish Armed Forces and one of the oldest active naval forces in the world. The Spanish navy was responsible for a number of major historic achievement... ...nd Elcano . For several centuries it played a crucial logistical role in the Spanish Empire and defended a vast trade network across the Atlantic ... ...nd Europe and across the Pacific Ocean between Asia and the Americas . The Spanish Navy was the most powerful maritime force in the world in the 1... ...f which Spain possessed the world's third largest navy. The main bases of the Spanish Navy are located in Rota, El Ferrol, San Fernando and Cart... ...s fleets, made up mainly of armed merchantmen with escorts of royal ships. The Armada fiasco marked a turning point in naval warfare where gunnery was... ...the American naval doctrine . Spain is a member of NATO since 1982 and the Armada Española has taken part in many coalition peacekeeping operation... ...erations, from SFOR to Haiti and other locations around the world. Today's Armada is a modern navy with a carrier group, a modern strategic amphi... ...us ships and various other ships, including oceanographic research ships. The Armada's special operations and unconventional warfare capability is ...

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State papers relating to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, anno 1588; Volume: 1

By: Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915, Editor
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The Armada

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...The term "The Armada" may refer to: The Spanish fleet that sailed against England in 1588 known as the Spanish Arma... ...The Spanish fleet that sailed against England in 1588 known as the Spanish Armada. An Irish rock band fronted by Jeff Martin ... ...ish rock band fronted by Jeff Martin formerly of The Tea Party called "The Armada" Categories All a...

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State papers relating to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, anno 1588; Volume: 2

By: Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915, Editor
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Spanish Empire

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... Former Spanish colonies ... ... Spanish colonization of the Americas ... ... Spanish conquest of the Canary Islands ... ... Spanish viceroys ... ... Subdivisions of the Spanish Empire ... ...ut of 9 total. A Armada de Barlovento K Kingdom ... ...ut of 9 total. A Armada de Barlovento K Kingdom ...

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State papers relating to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, anno 1588; Volume: 1

By: Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915, Editor
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The Armada (band)

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... Past members Gareth Forsyth The Armada was a three-piece rock band base... ... The Armada was a three-piece rock band based in Cork, Ireland. Fronted by Jeff Martin of The Tea Party, The Armada aimed to encompass the tone of T... ...two hit it off immediately and soon started making music together.[1] The name of the band refers to the Spanish Armada: "We were ... ...it off immediately and soon started making music together.[1] The name of the band refers to the Spanish Armada: "We were like, wh... ...artin] said. "It's massive, but what do we make of this?" That's when Sheehy commented, "It's kind of like the Spanish Armada . . . attacking you from... ...aid. "It's massive, but what do we make of this?" That's when Sheehy commented, "It's kind of like the Spanish Armada . . . attacking you from all fro... ... announced as the bassist/keyboardist through the band's MySpace.[3] Their debut album The Armada, was released through the Kingdo...

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Thomas Deloney : His Thomas of Reading : And Three Ballads on the Spanish Armada

By: Thomas Deloney
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Spanish Head

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... the promontory is often thought to arise from the tale of a ship from the Spanish Armada becoming wrecked in the area, though there is no evidence to... ...montory is often thought to arise from the tale of a ship from the Spanish Armada becoming wrecked in the area, though there is no evidence to suggest... ... Government photograph of the cliffs for Spanish Head Categorie...

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State Papers Relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, Anno 1588 : Volume 2

By: Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915, Editor
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Juan Armada y Losada

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Thomas Deloney: His Thomas of Reading: And Three Ballads on the Spanish Armada

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Spanish wine

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...rds are common sights at countryside. Spanish wines (Spanish: vinos españoles) are wines produced in the southwes... ... spacing of the old vines planted on the dry, infertile soil found in many Spanish wine regions. The country is ninth in worldwide consumptions with S... ...e cava grapes Parellada, Xarel·lo, and Cariñena. Major Spanish wine regions include the Rioja and Ribera del Duero which is known ... ... Classification 3 Spanish labeling laws 3.1 ... ...h the emerging Roman Republic that would lead to the Roman conquest of the Spanish mainland, known as Hispania.[3] From Roman rule... ... the Spanish Inquisition.[3] The defeat of the Spanish Armada by Elizabeth I of England greatly reduced the strength of the Spanis...

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State papers relating to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, anno 1588; Volume: 2

By: Navy Records Society (Great Britain)Laughton, John Knox, 1830-1915
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HMS Armada (D14)

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...he Royal Navy (RN). She was named in honour of the English victory over the Spanish Armada in 1588. Armada was built by Hawthorn Leslie and Compa... ...l Navy (RN). She was named in honour of the English victory over the Spanish Armada in 1588. Armada was built by Hawthorn Leslie and Company on t... ...She was launched on 9 December 1943 and commissioned on 2 July 1945. In 1945, Armada joined the British Pacific Fleet but did not see action during... ...econd World War . The following year, as part of the 19th Destroyer Flotilla, Armada deployed to the Far East, performing a variety of duties while ... ...ast, performing a variety of duties while based there, and the following year, Armada, with the rest of the 19th Flotilla, returned home to the UK, v... ...ty of ports on the way, mainly on 'fly-the-flag' visits. Upon reaching the UK, Armada was placed in Reserve. In 1949, Armada joined the 3rd Destroyer...

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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
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Spanish Royal Guard

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... Branch Spanish Armed Forces Type ... ... The Royal Guard (Guardia Real) is an independent unit of the Spanish Armed Forces dedicated to the military protection of H.M. the King ... ...o the military protection of H.M. the King of Spain and the members of the Spanish Royal Family. It currently has a strength of 1,900 troops. While th... ...nit. Its members are recruited from the ranks of all three branches of the Spanish Armed Forces and receive the same combat training as regular soldie... ...The present functions of the unit include the protection of the members of Spanish Royal Family, of the foreign Chiefs of State in visit to Spain and ... ... (Army) Armada Española (Navy) ... ... (Army) Armada Española (Navy) ...

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The British Trident; Or, Register of Naval Actions, From the Spanish Armada to the Present Time

By: Archibald Duncan
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Spanish–Moro conflict

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... Fighting between Moros and Spanish persist until the Spanish–American War, then the Moro Rebellion aga... ... Strength Spanish and Christian Filipino soldiers Moro... ... Spanish colonial campaigns ... ... The Spanish–Moro Conflict was a series of wars lasting over several centuries f... ... was a series of wars lasting over several centuries from the beginning of Spanish colonization of the Philippines, to the Spanish–American War when S... ...chronicled between the fleets of praus and the Spanish fleet known as the "Armada de los Pintados". The Jesuits had endeavoured in 1666 and 1672 to ha... ...chronicled between the fleets of praus and the Spanish fleet known as the "Armada de los Pintados, The Jesuits had endeavored in 1... ... In 1771 de Anda, the new captain-general, reorganized the Armada de losPintados, but the incursions continued. In this year a Spanish... ...chronicled between the fleets of praus and the Spanish fleet known as the "Armada de los Pintados," The Jesuits had endeavoured in 1666 and 1672 to ha...

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The British Trident; Or, Register of Naval Actions, From the Spanish Armada to the Present Time

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Spanish Point

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...eaks in County Clare. The name refers to the wrecking of some ships of the Spanish Armada off the coast. (archival records) History On the coast, 2.5... ...County Clare. The name refers to the wrecking of some ships of the Spanish Armada off the coast. (archival records) History On the coast, 2.5 km... ...archival records) History On the coast, 2.5 km from Milltown Malbay, Spanish Point was named after the unfortunate Spanish who died here in 1588... ...fter the unfortunate Spanish who died here in 1588, when many ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked during stormy weather. Those who escaped from t... ... unfortunate Spanish who died here in 1588, when many ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked during stormy weather. Those who escaped from their sin...

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The British Trident; Or, Register of Naval Actions, From the Spanish Armada to the Present Time

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Spanish gunboat General Concha

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... ( gunboat ) or more technically "Third Class non-armored Cruiser" of the Spanish Navy which fought at San Juan, Puerto Rico, during the Spanish-... ...rdenfelt guns and two 25 mm. Maxim machine guns. She was named after Spanish Navy Brigadier Don Juan Gutiérrez de la Concha, governor of the in... ...operational and ready for duty the General Concha was assigned to the then Spanish colony of San Juan, Puerto Rico where she served mainly as a coa... ... Rico where she served mainly as a coastal surveillance vessel until the Spanish-American War began in April 1898. The U.S. Navy soon establishe... ...emite moved in, resulting in a short, running gun battle, from which the Spanish quickly broke away. Isabel II and General Concha had a poor top... ...safety. *Alejandro Anca Alamillo and Lino J. Pazos Pérez Naufrágios de la Armada Española y otros sucesos marítimos acaecidos durante en siglo XX . M...

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The British Trident; Or, Register of Naval Actions, From the Spanish Armada to the Present Time

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Spanish aircraft carrier Dédalo

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...ted States Navy 1943–1947 and 1948–1955 as Ship badge= /> Dédalo (Spanish for Daedalus ) was the first Spanish aircraft carrier and the ... ... the first Spanish aircraft carrier and the second aviation ship in the Spanish Navy (after the seaplane tender and balloon ship Dédalo th... ...loan was converted to a sale in 1972. Dédalo initially deployed with the Spanish Navy as an helicopter-only antisubmarine warfare carrier operatin... ...AV-8S single seat and two TAV-8S two seat aircraft were delivered to the Armada Española throughout 1976. A second batch of four AV-8S aircraft wa... ...sky S-55/CH-19s, AH-1 Cobra s, and other specialized helicopters from the Spanish army, air force, and navy flew from her flight deck. During her Sp...

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The Spanish Armada ; Or, The Attempt of Philip Ii. And Pope Sixtus V. To Re-Establish Popery

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