Pirates Caribbean Sea Early Works To 1800 : Rich newes from Jamaica of great spoyl made by the English upon the enemy, both by land & sea. : Being the substance of a letter from Cornelius Burroughs, steward generall, dated from Point-Cagway.; Burroughs, Cornelius.
Pirates East Indies : To the most honourable assembly of knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Parliament : the humble petition of the adventurers in the ship called the Pearle.; Pearle (Ship)
Pirates English Channel : A Full and true relation of an English vessel newly taken by a company of French pyrats : who, after they had cruelly robb'd her of all her goods, kill'd part of her men : but being afterwards taken by the English, their ships were ordered to be sent prisoners to Wapping Dock and their captains to be confin'd to the Marshalsees, there at next sessions to be try'd for their lives.
Pirates Europe : Mercenaries, pirates, and sovereigns : state-building and extraterritorial violence in early modern Europe.; Thomson, Janice E.
Pirates History 19th Century : Pirates and privateers : new perspectives on the war on trade in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / edited by David J. Starkey, E. S. van Eyck van Hesling, J. A. de Moor.
Pirates History To 1500 : Seafarers, merchants and pirates in the Middle Ages / Dirk Meier ; translated by Angus McGeoch.; Meier, Dirk.
Pirates Indonesia Java Early Works To 1800 : A most execrable and barbarous murder done by an East-Indian devil, or a native of Java-Major, in the road of Bantam, aboard an English ship called the Coster, on the 22. of October last, 1641. : Wherein is shewed how the wicked villain came to the said ship and hid himself till it was very dark, and then he mudrdered [sic] all the men that were a board, except the cooke, and three boyes. And lastly, how the murderer himselfe was justly requited. Captain William Minor being an eye-witnesse of this bloudy massacre.
Pirates Libya 17th Century : Piracy and diplomacy in seventeenth-century North Africa : the journal of Thomas Baker, English consul in Tripoli, 1677-1685 / edited, with an introduction by C.R. Pennell.
Pirates Malacca Strait Of : Acts of piracy in the Malacca and Singapore Straits / by Robert C. Beckman, Carl Grundy-Warr, and Vivian L. Forbes ; edited by Clive Schofield.; Beckman, Robert C.
Pirates Morocco Early Works To 1800 : Newes from Mamora, or, A summary relation sent to the king of Spaine of the good successe of a voyage : which it hath pleased God to giue in taking, and suprising, of Mamora, a port in Barbary. By the armado and hoast royall, of the ocean sea, whereof was captaine generall Don Luis Faxardo: assisted with three galleis [sic] of Portingall, vnder the command of the Conde de Elda, and fiue gallies of Spaine, vnder the Duke of Fernandina.
Pirates Netherlands 17th Century : Tyranny of the Dutch against the English : wherein is exactly declared the (almost unvaluable) loss which the commonwealth of England hath sustained by their usurpation : and likewise the sufferings and losses of Abraham Woofe, then factor at Lantore, and others in the island of Banda / formerly collected in loose sheets by Mr. Woofe himself ; and now illustrated and extracted out of his papers by John Quarles.; Woofe, Abraham.
Pirates New England History : The pirates of the New England Coast, 1630-1730 / George Francis Dow and John Henry Edmonds ; with an introduction by Captain Ernest H. Pentecost.; Dow, George Francis,
Pirates New York : Captain Kidd and the war against the pirates.; Ritchie, Robert C.
Pirates Sale Morocco Early Works To 1800 : A true iournall of the Sally fleet : vvith the proceedings of the voyage. Published by Iohn Dunton, London mariner, master of the admirall call'd the Leopard. Whereunto is annexed a list of Sally captives names, and the places where they dwell, and a description of the three townes in a card.; Dunton, John,
Pirates Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Compassion towards captives : chiefly towards our brethren and country-men who are in miserable bondage in Barbarie. Vrged and pressed in three sermons on Heb. 13.3. Preached in Plymouth, in October 1636. By Charles Fitz-Geffry.; Fitz-Geffry, Charles,
Pirates Singapore Strait : Acts of piracy in the Malacca and Singapore Straits / by Robert C. Beckman, Carl Grundy-Warr, and Vivian L. Forbes ; edited by Clive Schofield.; Beckman, Robert C.
Pirates Spain Colonies : To defend your empire and the faith : advice on a global strategy offered c. 1590 to Philip, King of Spain and Portugal / translated from the Spanish and edited by P.E.H. Hair ; with an account of Spanish material in Dr. Williams's Library, London, by A.M. García.; Andrada Castel Blanco, Manoel de.