Captain Richard

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1620s - Significant People
... of later legends) Federico Borromeo of Milan (1564–1631), Cardinal and Archbishop of Milan Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork (1566–1643), Anglo-Irish ... Orazio Grassi (1583–1654), Italian mathematician, astronomer, and architect Richard Grenville of England (1600–1658), Anglo-Cornish soldier, Member of ... of blood Hasekura Tsunenaga of Japan (1571–1622), diplomat Richard Hawkins of England (1562–1622), explorer and privateer George Hay, 1st Earl of Kinnoull of Scotland (1572–1634), nobleman ...
The Glass Bees - Characters
... Captain Richard- A washed up ex-soldier and the narrator of the novel ... In the present, Richard is poor, currently unemployed, and searching for a job and a stable salary to support his wife, Teresa ... Twinnings- A former cavalryman who served with Richard ...
Order Of Battle At The Battle Of Lowestoft - British Fleet
... White Squadron of Prince Rupert Ship Guns Commander Notes Van Colchester 28 Captain Daniel Helling Triumph 70 Vice-Admiral Christopher Myngs Monck 54 Captain Thomas Penrose Newcastle 48 Captain Thomas ... Andrew 60 Captain Valentine Pine Advice 40 Captain William Poole Bear 42 Captain John Waterworth Constant Katherine 40 Captain Francis Sanders Kent 46 Captain Thomas Ewens ... George 60 Captain Joseph Jordan Coast Frigate 34 Captain Thomas Lawson Dover 46 Captain Jeffery Pearse King Ferdinando 36 Captain Francis Johnson Centre Plymouth ...

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    If thee thy brittle beauty so deceives,
    Know then the thing that swells thee is thy bane;
    For the same beauty doth, in bloody leaves.
    The sentence of thy early death contain.
    —Sir Richard Fanshawe (1608–1666)

    The night was thick and hazy
    When the “Piccadilly Daisy”
    Carried down the crew and captain in the sea;
    And I think the water downed ‘em;
    For they never, never found ‘em,
    And I know they didn’t come ashore with me.
    Charles Edward Carryl (1841–1920)