2 edition of Sir Francis Drake and the beginnings of English sea power found in the catalog.
Sir Francis Drake and the beginnings of English sea power
J. D. Upcott
|Statement||by J. D. Upcott.|
|Series||Junior history series|
|LC Classifications||DA86.22.D7 U6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185,  p.|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||27018608|
Golden Hind was an English galleon best known for her privateering circumnavigation of the globe between and , captained by Sir Francis was originally known as Pelican, but was renamed by Drake mid-voyage in , in honour of his patron, Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was a golden 'hind' (a female red deer).Hatton was one of the principal sponsors of Drake's world : Disintegrated and broken up in late s; two replicas exist. Though Drake gives its latitude as 38°30′ N, Samuel Bawlf argues (The Secret Voyage of Sir Francis Drake, , which borrows heavily from Ward's earlier research) that all of Drake’s northern coordinates were deliberately reduced by ten degrees to mislead the Spanish about the .
Circumnavigator of the globe, naval nemesis of Philip II of Spain, Sir Francis Drake (?) personified England's coming-of-age as a sea power. In this long-overdue biography (there has been no. Drake “besought almighty God of his goodness to give him life and leave to sail once in an English ship in that sea.”2 But his present mission ended in failure. Back on the Atlantic side of Panama, Drake met up with Captain Guillaume Le Têtu, a French Huguenot and a privateer.
Drake sails up the Pacific Coast. 1. Drake’s Prayer by D. Bonner-Smith in The Mariner’s Mirror, vol issue 1, , p. 2. The Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Adirmal Sir Francis Drake, Knt by John Barrow (London: John Murray Albemarle Street, ) p. 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 : Random House UK.
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The Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Admiral Sir Francis Drake: With Numerous Original Letters from Him and the Lord High Admiral to the Queen and Great Officers of State (Classic Reprint) by John Barrow | 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 by John Sugden is a wonderfully detailed and documented story of a multifaceted hero of his age.
From common stock he rose to the epitome of British society. He was a corsair who was the plague of Spain's western colonies and their treasure ships carrying vast amounts of silver to fill the coffers of King Phillip/5.
Sir Francis Drake: The Queen's Pirate - Harry Kelsey - Google Books. 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.5/5(1).
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Below is a sample beginning. Sir Francis Drake () was an English sea captain and explorer, one of the heroes of the Elizabethan Age. Second in command during the invasion of. With Sir Francis Drake in command, a fleet of five small Sir Francis Drake and the beginnings of English sea power book left Plymouth in December By the time the expedition reached the Pacific Ocean only one remained, the Golden Hinde.
The adventures of Drake as he devastated Spanish treasure ships, charted unknown lands and became the first captain safely to circumnavigate the globe make this.
Sir Francis Drake Revived, p. 2, relating Drake's revenge on the Isthmus of Panama for the treachery practiced on him and Hawkins at San Juan de Ulúa, calls to attention "the power and justice of the Lord of Hostes, who could enable so meane a Person to right himselfe upon so mightie a Prince".
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. Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral ( – 27 January ) was an English sea captain, privateer, navigator, slaver, a renowned pirate, and politician of the Elizabethan era.
Elizabeth I of England awarded Drake a knighthood in Parents: Edmund Drake, of Crowdale, Mary Elizabeth Drake, Edmund Drake. group of English sea captains in the late s, often explorers, traders, or pirates limited constitutional monarchy government in the late s led by a monarch whose powers.
The defeat of the Armada was one of England's greatest victories and one of the world's decisive battles; it was the "beginning of the end" of Spain as the dominant nation in Europe, and the beginning of English ascendancy. This film brought to you by Encyclopedia Britannica, is the story of Sir Francis Drake.
Sir Francis Drake won England the right of way into a new continent, captured a vast treasure in gold, silver, and precious stones for his queen, terrorized the Spanish navy, and persuaded the people of England to look to the sea for their strength.
Sir Francis Drake Drake was an Elizabethan sailor and navigator, and the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. Francis Drake was born in Tavistock, Devon in about and went to sea as a young boy.
InDrake made one of the first English slaving voyages as part of a fleet led by his cousin John Hawkins, bringing African slaves to work in the 'New World'. Francis Drake was born in the small village of Tavistock in Devon, England.
No birth records exist for Drake. It is believed he was born between andbased on the dates of later events. There are two portraits of Drake which exist that help identify the date of when his birth took place: one, painted in when Drake was said to be 42, meaning that his birth occurred in or.
LibriVox recording of Sir Francis Drake by Julian Corbett. Read in English by Pamela Nagami. In this short book, the British Naval historian, Julian Stafford Corbett, chronicles the adventurous career of Sir Francis Drake (), the farmer's son who became Queen Elizabeth's most feared privateer and her most daring and resourceful naval.
Sir Francis Drake. Born in Crowndale, near Tavistock in Devon c, Francis Drake was one of the most profitable and successful Sea Dogs of all time. The eldest of 12 children, in Drake made his first voyage to the Americas, sailing with his cousin John Hawkins.
This book is part of their Raid Series and tells the story of Sir Francis Drake’s raid on Spanish possessions in the Caribbean Sea. With a force of 21 small ships and 1, men, Drake, incaptured and plundered the cities of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) and.
It was under the tutelage of Drake and his brother mariners that the English learnt to fight at sea so well that Robert Norton, Camden's translator, was able in to look back in appraisal over Elizabeth's long reign, and proudly proclaim that, although the Virgin Queen of the English was.
Home › This and That › Sir Francis Drake’s s Adventure in Panama. Sir Francis Drake’s s Adventure in Panama By MaidensAndManuscripts on Aug • (5). by Heather R. Darsie. During the Elizabethan period, English privateers careened up and down the Atlantic coast of the Americas in an attempt to capture Spanish ships.
Who was Sir Francis Drake. a daring English sea captain a huge fleet of Spanish ships. What great English explorer and sea captain fought the Spanish Armada. Sir Francis Drake. Did the Spanish Armada succeed in conquering England in.
Did England become a great sea power after the defeat of the Spanish Armada, or did it become a. Sir Bernard Drake (c. – 10 April ) of Ash in the parish of Musbury, Devon, was an English sea himself refuted any familial relationship with his contemporary the great Admiral Sir Francis Drake (c.
– ), as their dispute concerning armorials reveals.Failing there, Drake sailed to Panama where he was also unsuccessful. Discouraged and sick, Drake died on 28 January Thus ended the life and career of one of England's great men.
With others, he made English sea power great, carried the English flag around the World, and defended his country against the Armada. Credits.The Secret Voyage of Sir Francis Drake The Secret Voyage of Sir Francis Drake Click on images to enlarge "They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business in great waters; These see the works of the LORD, and his wonders in the deep." (Psalm ).