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1650s In Piracy

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1650s In Piracy

See also: list of 'years of Piracy'.



  • March 26 - the Parliament of England passes an act for the redemption of captives taken by Turkish, Moorish and other pirates.
  • April 1 - After being sighted off the Yorkshire coast by a local fisherman, Royalist privateer Captain Joseph Constant and his 30-man Dutch crew are surprised by an attack party led by Robert Colman and Captain Thomas Lassells and captured after a brief skirmish.[5]



Brethren of the Coast is invited to use Port Royal as a base by Governor Edward D'Oley. This was done so that the Brethren would defend Port Royal.[7]



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  3. ^ Herman, Arthur. To Rule the Waves: How the British Navy Sharped the Modern World. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2004. (pg. 172) ISBN 0-06-053424-9
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  5. ^ Leyland, John. The Yorkshire Coast and the Cleveland Hills and Dales. London: Seeley & Company, 1892. (pg. 212-213)
  6. ^ Bennett, Martyn. The Civil Wars Experienced: Britain and Ireland, 1638-1661. London: Routledge, 2000. (pg. 155) ISBN 0-415-15901-6
  7. ^ Port Royal
  8. ^ Keegan, John and Andrew Wheatcroft. Who's Who in Military History: From 1453 to the present. New York: Routledge, 2002. (pg. 21) ISBN 0-415-12722-X
  9. ^ Harris, Graham. Treasure and Intrigue: The Legacy of Captain Kidd. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2002. (pg. 320) ISBN 1-55002-409-4
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  11. ^ American Council of Learned Societies. Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. 8. New York: Scribner's Sons, 1959. (pg. 140)
  12. ^ McCarthy, Kevin M. Twenty Florida Pirates. Sarasota, Florida: Pineapple Press, 1994. (pg. 35) ISBN 1-56164-050-6
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