THE SEAFARERS - THE PIRATES.Splendidly illustrated in colour and black and white taken from original paintings, cartoons, artefacts and prints

By: Botting, Douglas., and

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THE SEAFARERS - THE PIRATES.Splendidly illustrated in colour and black and white taken from original paintings, cartoons, artefacts and prints by Botting, Douglas., and the Editors of Time-Life Books
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Time-Life, Alexandria, Virginia. 1978. They were a ruthless gallery of murderous rogues who made war on the world, known upon every sea and in every port they were the Pirates: Henry Every, roamed the Red Sea in 1695; Edward England pillaged the Caribbean until the British Navy despatched him elsewhere in 1718; Stede Bonnet, a retired army major a satanic dandy who raped and pillaged South Carolina in 1718; Charles Vane boldly defied two British men-of-war at Nassau in 1718; John Rackman known as 'Calico Jack', plundered the West Indies in 1720 he and his female companion Anne Bonny were much feared; Bartholomew Roberts a superlative seaman was the greatest pirate of his day launched his career in 1720. Howell Davis died in 1720 would pose as a merchantman aboard trading ships, once at sea he would shoe his colours and take command; Edward Teach, prowled the seas in 1716, known as Blackbeard he would dress in black and was known as 'the devil incarnate'. Near fine condition. 176pp. 285 mm x 225 mm.

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