Some articles on captain, captain william:
... She was commissioned in 1695 under Captain James Moodie, and joined Berkeley's squadron ... In February 1696 she was under Captain William Whetstone, and in 1697 under Captain William Clevland ... In 1702 she was in service under Captain William Prother, serving with Rooke's fleet at Cadiz in 1702 before proceeding to the West Indies ...
... Engaged for 25 minutes Warley Captain Henry Wilson Engaged for 15 minutes ... Alfred Captain James Farquharson Engaged for 15 minutes ... Royal George Captain John Fam Timmins Engaged for 40 minutes ...
... On her maiden voyage, she was commanded by Captain Francis Wagstaff, leaving Inishtrahull on 6 September 1875 ... In early 1876, Wagstaff was replaced by Captain William Robertson, who died in 1878 after only making two voyages on the vessel ... Ozanne, but in 1884, Captain Ozanne handed over command to Captain William H ...
... Glorious First of June HMS Caesar Third rate 80 Captain Anthony Molloy 67 ... HMS Bellerophon Third rate 74 Rear-Admiral Thomas Pasley Captain William Johnstone Hope 31 ... Extensive damage to masts ... HMS Leviathan Third rate 74 Captain Lord Hugh Seymour 43 ... HMS Russell Third rate 74 Captain John Willett Payne 34 ... HMS Royal Sovereign First rate 100 Vice-Admir ... Second rate 98 Rear-Admiral Benjamin Caldwell Captain George Blagdon Westcott 31 ... Damage to masts and rigging ...
... Alternate Designation 1st Arkansas Light Artillery September and October 1861 Captain David Provence Captain John T ... Humphreys Captain John W ... Battery 2nd Arkansas Light Artillery July 15, 1861 Captain Franklin Roberts Captain Jannedine H ...
Famous quotes containing the words william and/or captain:
“No hand has been allowed to touch
The rose I hide,
Though eyes have looked upon it and desired it.”
—Unknown. The Thousand and One Nights.
ErPo. Erotic Poetry; the Lyrics, Ballads, Idyls, and Epics of LoveClassical to Contemporary. William Cole, ed. (1963)
“John Gilpin was a citizen
Of credit and renown,
A train-band captain eke was he
Of famous London town.”
—William Cowper (17311800)