4 edition of Piracy and the English government, 1616-1642 found in the catalog.
|Statement||David Delison Hebb.|
|Series||Studies in naval history|
|LC Classifications||DA86 .H43 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i.e. xv, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||93008651|
10 Public Record Office, State Papers 71/1/21v; quoted in David Delison Hebb, Piracy and the English Government, , I am indebted to Dr Hebb’s book, and to Michael Oppenheim’s account in The Naval Tracts of Sir William Monson, vol. 3, , for my understanding of . A parish was a subdivision of a county and the basic unit of English government. Parishes charged a form of property tax called rates from all the local house owners. 2 It Was Alarmingly Easy To Be Charged With Piracy. According to the Piracy Act and stealing several of his hats. The broad definition of piracy was still on the books in.
Book Review: Piracy and the English Government, – David J. Starkey. David J. Starkey. University of Hull See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Jun 1, ; pp. – Abstract. Piracy, any robbery or other violent action, for private ends and without authorization by public authority, committed on the seas or in the air outside the normal jurisdiction of any state. Because piracy has been regarded as an offense against the law of nations, the public vessels of any state have been permitted to seize a pirate ship, to bring it into port, to try the crew (regardless of.
Piracy and the English Government, Article. Nov ; Sixteenth Cent J J Early Mod Stud; The book engages, among other questions, with two central unresolved problems. Sixteenth Century Journal XXVI/2 () Book Notices Allison, A. F, and D. M. Rogers, eds. The Contemporary Printed Literature of the English Counter-Reformation between and
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Free Online Library: Piracy and the English Government: by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Book reviews Books. Piracy and the English Government,explodes the myth that England was ’a nation of pirates’, arguing that the English people were far more often victims of piracy.
The costs to the economy and society resulting from piracy, which are critically examined here for the first time, reveal that not only were hundreds of English ships Brand: Routledge. Piracy and the English Government,explodes the myth that England was ’a nation of pirates’, arguing that the English people were far more often victims of : David D.
Hebb. Book Description Piracy and the English Government,explodes the myth that England was ’a nation of pirates’, arguing that the English people were far more often victims of piracy. Piracy and the English Government,explores two main themes.
First, it explodes the myth that England was 'a nation of pirates'. In fact, the English people were far more often victims of piracy. The costs to the economy and society resulting from piracy are critically examined for the first time here.
The seventeenth-century war on piracy is remembered as a triumph for the English state and her Atlantic colonies. Yet it was piracy and illicit trade that drove a wedge between them, Piracy and the English government the American enterprise and bringing the colonies to the verge of rebellion.
In The Politics of Piracy, competing criminalities become a lens to examine England's legal relationship with America.4/5(7). The Golden Age of Piracy is a common designation for the period between the s and the s, when maritime piracy was a significant factor in the histories of the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, Indian Ocean states, North America, and West Africa.
Histories of piracy often subdivide the Golden Age of Piracy into three periods: The buccaneering period (approximately to Piracy and the English Government: With Liberty for Some: Years of Imprisonment in America.
Beyond the "Moses" myths: two new biographies examine who Harriet Tubman really was. Maria Antonia Garces. Cervantes in Algiers: a Captive's Tale. Operatic gardening.
New Turkes: Dramatizing Islam and the Ottomans in Early Modern England. HEBB, D. Piracy and the English governmentAldershot: Scholar Press, ISBN MILLER, H.
Pirates of the Far East London: Robert Hale, ISBN X PERKINS, R. & DOUGLAS-MORRIS, K. Gunfire in Barbary. The first edition of this outstanding book was published in Hebb, David D., Piracy and the English government, –, Aldershot: Scolar Press, p.
64 Friedman, Spanish captives, pp Ronald, ‘Some aspects of the origin and nature of English piracy, –’, Doctoral dissertation, University of Virginia,pp. The English government and the problem of piracy: Author: Hebb, David Delison.
Awarding Body: Royal Holloway, University of London Current Institution: Royal Holloway, University of London Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. See also Godfrey Fisher, Barbary Legend: War, Trade, and Piracy in North Africa – (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) Google Scholar Godfrey Fisher, and David D.
Hebb, Piracy and the English Government, – (Andershot: Scolar, ). Piracy and the English Government: Drama and Politics in the English Civil War. Writing the English Republic: Poetry, Rhetoric and Politics, Conscience and Allegiance in Seventeenth Century England: The Political Significance of Oaths and Engagements.
The English Sermon Revised: Religion, Literature and History David Delison Hebb, Piracy and the English Government – (Aldershot: Scolar ); Janice Thomson, Mercenaries, Pirates and Sovereigns; Google Scholar Kris E. Lane, Pillaging the Empire: Piracy in the Americas – (London and New York: Armonk, ); Google Scholar.
The Trophies of Time: English Antiquarians of the Seventeenth Century. Piracy and the English Government: A History of Young People in the West, vol. 1, Ancient and Medieval Rites of Passage.
Kingship and Favoritism in the Spain of Philip III, British Society, Dynamism, Containment, and Change. Piracy and the English Government, – Aldershot, UK: Scholar Press, ISBN ; Wilson, Peter Lamborn.
Pirate Utopias: Moorish Corsairs and European Renegadoes. Autonomedia, ISBN ENEMY OF ALL MANKIND A True Story of Piracy, Power, and History’s First Global Manhunt By Steven Johnson. On Sept. 11,as the Mughal treasure ship Ganj-i-Sawai neared the end of its return.
Sixteenth-century English is re-spelled and punctuated to twentieth-century standards, and all but the briefest foreign phrases are translated. Illustrations are presented within a page of the relevant textual reference, and the page design, with footnotes rather than endnotes, invites rather than repels inquiry into sources.
The Republic of Pirates was the base or stronghold of a loose confederacy run by privateers-turned-pirates in Nassau on New Providence island in the Bahamas for about eleven years from until Although not a state or republic in a formal sense, it was governed by its own informal 'Code of Conduct'.
The activities of the pirates caused havoc with trade and shipping in the West Indies. Piracy and the English Government, Aldershot, UK: Scolar Press, ; dist. Brookfield, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Company. of Joseph II, a book that was chiefly concerned with the vexed question of the emperor's relation to the theories of the Enlightenment.
The book. Providing for the first time a full length account of Paulet's life and his extended role at the heart of Tudor government, this book will be welcomed by scholars of sixteenth-century England as an.The English government didn't concur.
They estimated the cargo to be worth on £, Still, a report from the Venetian Ambassador in London told the privy council that Venice was close to declaring war on England due to Ward's piracy. That ambassador, Secretary Esposizioni, wrote.
By separating the realities of piracy from the Hollywood-inspired fiction, and by tracing the development of piracy through the centuries, this book gives a realistic vision of what piracy actually involves.
The book includes approximately color and black & white images, eight maps, a glossary of sea terms, notes on sources and a s: 9.