2 edition of Francis Drake found in the catalog.
|Statement||Neville Williams ; introduction by Elizabeth Longford.|
|Contributions||Longford, Elizabeth, 1906-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
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Francis Drake has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Francis Drake’s most popular book is The Works of Wisdom By Benjamin Franklin: A Collection of Home. Sir Francis Drake's Journey Around the World: This work, prepared inis the first edition of the earliest detailed description of Sir Francis Drake's world tour of On top of the life of Drake, this book depicts the inner of the English navy of the 16th century and the complexities of the relationship between Europeans rulers.
I wouldn't qualify this biography as a page-turner since sometimes lots of details I started to read this book after I finished all the Uncharted video games/5. Sir Francis Drake: the queen's pirate User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict With 13 Drake biographies currently in print, presenting almost as 5/5(1).
Francis Drake was a fascinating historical character. Born a commoner, he was an opportunist, an adventurer, but most of all he was an entrepreneur. A few fascinating notes from this biography: Drake was at one time a slave trader but seemed to find the profession distasteful and eventually moved into a much more honorable career as a corsair!/5.
Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral, (c. ) was an English privateer, navigator, slaver, and politician of the Elizabethan era. Queen Elizabeth I awarded Drake knighthood in He was second-in-command of the English fleet against the Spanish Armada insubordinate only to Charles Howard and the Queen herself/5.
This book is an incredible tale of first contact of which the first hand accounts were likely lost in a fire in the late s. The book starts off be recounting the known and accepted parts of the voyage from many witnesses of the voyage and Spanish sources. Then it talks Francis Drake book successive voyages by other explorers after Drake/5(66).
Francis Drake is knighted by Queen Elizabeth. Drake's Portrait from The World Encompassed, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Francis Francis Drake book was the eldest of 12 sons born to Mary Myllwaye (spelled "Mylwaye" in some cases) Francis Drake book Edmund Drake.
Edmund was a farmer on the estate of Lord Francis Russell, the second earl of Bedford. The book includes a gripping account of Drake's voyage around the world and his audacious challenge to the Spanish (the author points out that King Philip's naval resources were roughly six times those of Elizabethan England), culminating in his preemptive strike at Cadiz in and his decisive action against the Armada in the English Channel a year later/5(96).
Sir Francis Drake: By: Michael L. and Austin G 5th Period. Log Beginning Novem Coordinates: ° N, ° W Plymouth The weather is clear for smooth sailing.
I left Plymouth in the darkness of night so no one would know that we were leaving. I am captain of this fleet of five ships and commander of the Pelican. Judging by the editorial the book gives a completely wrong picture judging actions from another time and place by modern rules.
Sir Francis Drake had very little in common with the pirate from the movies. He was more of talented gentleman of Cited by: Sir Francis Drake, English admiral who circumnavigated the globe (–80) and was the most renowned seaman of the Elizabethan Age.
Much of his reputation was derived from legend, however, as his life was dedicated to self-aggrandizement. Learn more about Drake in this article. Sir Francis Drake, ?–, English navigator and admiral, first Englishman to circumnavigate the world (–80). Early Career He was born in Devonshire, the son of a yeoman, and was at an early age apprenticed to a ship captain.
Francis Drake toured the world and beat up Spanish treasure ships, stole their loot and gave it to Queen Elizabeth who used it to battle the Spanish and French. Some years, Drake provided half of all the money going into Britain's treasury.
What a guy. He is celebrated in Cartagena, Colombia where he had a house, with his plaque by: 6. This Web site is based on: Sir Francis Drake: a Pictorial Biography, Hans P. Kraus, with An Historical by Lt. Commander David W. Waters & Richard Boulind and a detailed Catalogue of the Author's Collection.
Published in Amsterdam by N. Israel, The Caribbean Raid, Drake's next exploit marks a further step on the road to outright war between England and Spain.
This was the West Indies raid ofwhich showed that the Spaniards were almost as poorly prepared for defense on. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Francis Drake (Drake, Francis, Sir, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.
Drake, Francis, Sir, The World Encompassed by Sir Francis Drake, Being His Next Voyage to That to Nombre de Dios Formerly Imprinted (London: N. Bovrne, ) (page images at LOC) Help with reading books-- Report. The book includes a gripping account of Drake's voyage around the world and his audacious challenge to the Spanish (the author points out that King Philip's naval resources were roughly six times those of Elizabethan England), culminating in his preemptive strike at Cadiz in and his decisive action against the Armada in the Brand: Random House UK.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Francis Drake books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Sir Francis Drake, English explorer and naval strategist, circumnavigated the earth from During these travels, Drake visited the Caribbean and the Pacific claiming a portion of California for Queen Elizabeth and waging battles on the Spanish.
Drake with his crest and the motto “Great things from Small” There is an interesting prayer that appears in books and websites and is attributed to Sir Francis Drake, an English 16th century explorer and soldier.
Anglophiles may be disappointed to learn that Sir Francis Drake, that paragon of English Protestant gumption, was a thoroughgoing rotter.
Drake executed men without good cause, raped and pillaged, tortured prisoners, cheated his partners and crews, and shirked his duties as a naval commander when there was a chance for further : $ In this lively and engaging new biography, Harry Kelsey shatters the familiar image of Sir Francis Drake.
The Drake of legend was a pious, brave, and just seaman who initiated the move to make England a great naval power and whose acts of piracy against his country’s enemies earned him a knighthood for patriotism.
PREFACE. This presentation of the life of Sir Francis Drake in manuscripts, engraved portraits and views, maps, medals, and books, is intended to show him as he appeared to his contemporaries, both his own countrymen and his Spanish of the documentation is from his own lifetime, the balance being from the period shortly after his.
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With Lauren Lee Smith, Chantel Riley, Rebecca Liddiard, Sharron Matthews. The series follows Frankie Drake, a female private detective operating in Toronto in the s/10(K). The Actors "This Englishman calls himself Francis Drake and is a man aged He may be two years more or less.
He is low in stature, thick-set, and very robust. He has a fine countenance, is ruddy of complexion and has a fair beard He is a great mariner, the son and relative of seamen.".
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Francis Drake was born inthe exact date is not known. He was the eldest son, of Edmund Drake of Tavistock Abbey in the county of Devonshire, England. Edmund Drake was a tenant farmer/sheep shearer and a sailor with William Hawkins in during the war with France.
The Drake family was somehow related to the Hawkins family, but File Size: 2MB. Sir Francis Drake John Sugden More than a cruise on the Golden Main—a book of plunder and piracy—or merely the adventures of a superior and charismatic seaman, this is an excellent and highly articulate, carefully documented book of history and comparative religion, that situates Drake within his cultural context, against the background of /5(95).
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Rooms are decorated in soft colors and include a mini-bar and telephone/10(). Sir Francis Drake: The Queen's Pirate, by Harry Kelsey, is published by Yale University Press, P.O. BoxNew Haven, CT$35, hardcover, Author: Historynet Staff. Get this from a library. Sir Francis Drake: navigator and pirate.
[Earle Rice] -- A biography of the sixteenth-century English explorer who became a national hero for sailing around the world, and confirmed that status through his service as a Vice Admiral battling the Spanish. Book Review: The Secret Voyage of Sir Francis Drake ON SEPT.
26,Francis DRAKE arrived in Plymouth harbour aboard the Golden Hinde, completing one of the most famous voyages in world history - an ekm circumnavigation of the globe. Francis Drake was the first of twelve sons of Edmund Drake and Mary Mylwaye. Drake’s conduct as a young apprentice to a ship master was so impressive that the master later gave him his ship.
When he landed in what is now California in the United States, Drake named it Nova Albion (new England). Sir Francis Drake. [John Sugden] -- Examines the man himself and the reasons behind his successes and failures as a commander.
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According to the English chronicler Edmund Howes, Francis Drake was a youth of eighteen years when he sailed as purser on one of the Hawkins ships in the Bay of Biscay. The year was about In the Howes narrative all of Francis Drake's early voyages were in vessels belonging to the Hawkins family, but little else about these journeys is : Harry Kelsey.
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