3 edition of Letters on certain passages in the life of Admiral Sir John Hawkins (temp. Elizabeth,) found in the catalog.
Letters on certain passages in the life of Admiral Sir John Hawkins (temp. Elizabeth,)
John Payne Collier
From the Archaeologia: v. 33, p. 191-208.
|Statement||from John Payne Collier...and Captain W. H. Smyth...|
|Contributions||Smyth, W. H. 1788-1865.|
|LC Classifications||DA86.22 .H37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 18 p.|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||04025878|
Such a rogue was the great Elizabethan adventurer and seafarer, the bluff and charismatic Sir Francis Drake, who began life as a slaver and pirate under the notorious Capt. Sir John Hawkins and. English admiral, only son of Sir John Hawkins by his first wife, Catherine, dau. of Benjamin Gonson, Treasurer of the Navy frorn to After an early voyage to Brazil with his uncle, William Hawkins, he served under Sir Francis Drake and Martin Frobisher in the –86 expedition to the West Indies, in command of the Duck.
Sir Francis Drake was one of the most profitable and successful sea dogs of all time. As captain of Golden Hind, he served in the English Navy from – and achieved the rank of Vice Admiral. Drake was trained early on in the maritime arts by Sir John Hawkins, his cousin and fellow slave trader. Drake also was the second man in history to circumnavigate the globe; which he accomplished while . In May he proceeded to sea as vice-admiral to Sir John Hawkins [q. v.], with a fleet of twelve or fourteen ships, to intercept the Portuguese carracks coming from India, but without result, as means were found by Philip II to warn them to delay sailing (Lediard, p. ). In the summer of Frobisher was residing at Whitwood in Yorkshire.
According to Harry Kelsey, the author of Sir John Hawkins (), Charles Howard of Effingham, Lord High Admiral, was "effusive in his praise for the ships" that Hawkins was able to supply. (8) (8) George Gower, Elizabeth I (). Francis Drake was born in Tavistock, Devon in around and went to sea at an early age. In , Drake made one of the first English slaving voyages as part of a fleet led by his cousin John.
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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. The Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Sir Francis Drake; With Numerous Original Letters from Him and the Lord High Admiral to the Queen and Great Officer [Barrow, 1/5(1).
Sir John Hawkins was an English naval commander and administrator, slave trader, spy, merchant, navigator, shipbuilder, and privateer. His elder brother and trading partner was William.
He was considered the first English trader to profit from the Triangle Trade, based on selling supplies to colonies ill-supplied by their home countries, and their demand for African slaves in the Spanish colonies of Santo Domingo Allegiance: England.
a biographical memoir of the late sir peter parker, baronet, captain of his majesty’s ship menelaeus, of 38 guns, killed in action while storming the american camp at bellair, near baltimore, on the thirty-first of august, (bound with) letters on certain passages in the life of admiral sir john hawkins.
lon. Collier, John Payne. Letters on certain passages in the life of Admiral Sir John Hawkins (temp. Elizabeth). - - Held by: WSL: px/HAW: spx/HAW. - Devon. Cornish, George James. A selection from the sermons and poetical remains of the Rev.
George James Cornish, M.A. - - Held by: WSL: s/KEN/COR. - : Ian Maxted. Admiral Sir John Hawkins was an English slave trader, naval commander and administrator, merchant, navigator, shipbuilder and privateer.
Background Hawkins was born into a prominent family in Plymouth in the county of Devon. Sir John Hawkins' "Life of Samuel Johnson" was published inthree years after Johnson's death and four years before Boswell published his biography of Johnson.
Hawkins' biography was available in two forms: as one volume in a set of Johnson's collected works, and as an independent volume. Full text of "A sea-dog of Devon: a life of Sir John Hawkins.
With introd. by Lord Brassey" See other formats. EDMUND SPENSER, English poet, author of The Faery Queen, was born in London about the year The received date of his birth rests on a passage in sonnet lx.
of the speaks there of having lived forty-one years; the Amoretti was published inand described on the titlepage as "written not long since"; this would make the year of his birth or Updated from WikiTree Genealogy via son John Hawkins by SmartCopy: Nov 27UTC _____ excerpt from book (one of several mentioned above) These excerpts are from: Chapter II: HAWKINS OF PLYMOUTH.
Late in the fifteenth century a certain John Hawkins of Tavistock married Joan, daughter of William Amydas of : Joan Trelawny, Heiress of Brightorre. Sir John Hawkins left a widow, his second wife, who was coexecutrix of his will along with Richard.
Richard's wife took up the cudgels on his behalf, for his stepmother dragged her feet in paying over the #3, Sir John had provided in case of need for his son. Richard had married a West Country girl, Judith Hele, and had one child before he left.
(The original spelling has been retained. As is customary, no punctuation has been used throughout the will) SIR JOHN HAWKINS of London Knt. I bequeath £50 among the poor householders of Plimouth, £50 to the poor householders of the parish of St.
Dunstan's in the East London where I dwell and £50 to the poor householders of Deptford where I dwell. The Life, Voyages, And Exploits Of Admiral Sir Francis Drake, Knt.: With Numerous Original Letters From Hi [FACSIMILE] [John, Barrow] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
High Quality Facsimile Reproduction: Barrow, John, The Life, Voyages, And Exploits Of Admiral Sir Francis Drake. In the aftermath of this voyage, he abetted Sir John’s efforts to detain certain prize goods that the Crown had ordered to be returned to their owners In June Hawkins set out at the head of his own expedition, planning to sail to the East Indies via the Magellan Straits.
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Soon afterJohn Hawkins had moved to London and, after marrying the daughter of the Treasury of the Navy, formed a syndicate of wealthy merchants and officials including Sir Lionel Duckett and Sir Thomas Lodge, who were already engaged in Gold Coast trade, Benjamin Gonson and Sir William Winter (d.
This syndicate's period of activity may mark the time when a nexus of interest. Page 60 - We think it be true, that some small men-of-war be taken upon the coast of Spain, but they are of very small moment ; they be for the most part such small carvels as was before this taken from the Spaniards.
Some small number of our men are yet in Spain, which is the only loss, but as we learn, there be not above one hundred left in Spain of them, but many returned already unto England.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. SIR JOHN HAWKINS or HAWKYNS * (), naval commander, second son of William Hawkyns (d.
), and younger brother of William Hawkyns (d. ), was born at Plymouth ina date which seems established by the evidence of the legend on a contemporary portrait, and of the inscription formerly on a tablet in the church of St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, in which his years, at his death in.
Admiral Sir Richard Hawkins (or Hawkyns) (c. – 17 April ) was a 17th-century English seaman, explorer and Elizabethan "Sea Dog", and the son of Admiral Sir John Hawkins. Biography He was from his earlier days familiar with ships and the sea, and in he accompanied his uncle, William Hawkins, to the West Indies.
The Last Voyage, Drake's last campaign was an expedition commanded jointly by him and his old associate Sir John Hawkins, under whom his career had had such a spectacular beginning at San Juan de Ulúa, in Charles Miller Ltd are offering for sale Lot a stained glass roundel bearing the Arms of Admiral Sir John Hawkins.
The roundel display the Arms granted in before the addition of an augmentation in The auction is due 2nd May with an estimate of £ – £1,From that time also, the abolitionist movement, although already active, began an organised, co-ordinated and relentless campaign to abolish the middle passage; a campaign in which Plymouth and people from that city played a significant part.
Part 1. John Hawkins and the origins of the English slave trade. Hawkins of Plymouth.