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Ramage (novel)
... Ramage is the first novel in the Lord Ramage novels by Dudley Pope ... It is set during the French Revolutionary Wars and later in the series during the Napoleonic wars ...
Lawson P. Ramage - Early Life and Career
... Taking his nickname from his hair color, Ramage was born on 19 January 1909, in Monroe Bridge, Massachusetts ... physical examination because of his eye injury, Stephen Moore quotes Ramage "I took the opportunity to memorize the eye chart so that when I returned I had no problem ... Confronted with a subsequent eye examination, Ramage relates he passed the eye examination "by just exchanging the card before my right eye and reading ...
Ramage
... Ramage is the surname of several notable people, including Henry Ramage (approx ... Ramage US Navy Rear Admiral John Ramage (1748–1802), Irish-American painter Lawson P ... Ramage (1909–1990), a Vice Admiral and noted submarine commander during World War II Peter Ramage (born 1983), an English football (soccer) player Rob Ramage (bo ...
Cecil Beresford Ramage
... Cecil Beresford Ramage, MC (17 January 1895 – 22 February 1988) was a British barrister, actor and Liberal politician ... Following his education at the Edinburgh Academy, Ramage was commissioned as an officer in the Royal Scots at the outbreak of World War I ... Instead of taking up acting as a profession after university, Ramage read law ...
Ramage (novel) - Plot
... Nicholas Lord Ramage is the third lieutenant on His Majesty's ship Sibella, but assumes command when the Captain, and the First and Second Lieutenants are killed by fire from a French ... As the new Captain, Ramage decides to abandon the sinking ship ... Before he abandons the ship, Ramage retrieves some documents and the late Captain's last orders ...

Famous quotes containing the word ramage:

    My lute, be as thou wert when thou didst grow
    With thy green mother in some shady grove,
    When immelodious winds but made thee move,
    And birds their ramage did on thee bestow.
    William Drummond, of Hawthornden (1585–1649)